Hey. My name's Crystal. Just joined in this group [just realized there was one>. I'm 16 weeks & 2 days today. Just thought I'd let you know that if you have any questions about anything, then just let me know. I'll be happy to help in any way possible. :)
hi to both of you guys(girls) :) welcome!!! how are you feeling? any morning sickness? is this baby number one? i myself am on baby number two, found out it was a girl a little over a month ago. i can help you too if you have any questions. :D
Thanks!:) This is baby number 1 for me. I had horrible all day sickness and my doctor prescribed me some Zofran. It is working wonders. Congrats on finding out you are having a girl :) I would also like to have a girl!! I might be able to find out at my next appt. I am not having twins, just 1. How far along were you when you found out you were having a girl??
umm i think i was let me check, i forgot, like 20 weeks i think... sounds about right. i was 24weeks and a day if i remember correctly. still trying to find a good name for her. her favorite pastime right now seems to be kicking my bladder :P i'm kinda sad though, i'm leaving this board in 3 weeks :( i guess that's a good thing though. :)
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