had my 37 wk dr's appt today. i've been seeing obgyn 2 times a wk due to mild pre-e. well today dr said it's getting worse so i'll be induced....tonight!!!!!!! i'm so scared for the baby but also very excited to meet her. i def didn't wake up thinking "today's the day!" i figured it'd be another routine appt and another few weeks to go. well at 9:00pm i go into L&D and start my labor. i'm already a 2-3 and soft so we'll see how quickly it progresses. honestly i didn't think it'd be this fast....i didn't even have the diaper bag ready or my stuff yet! i'm sure i'll be sharing the birth story soon. good luck mommies-to be!
OMG! I am happy for you but OMG! for me. I was due Feb 25 and am now 2 weeks overdue and you weren't due till almost a full month after me and you're gettting your baby??! Wow it seems so impossible! LOL Good luck tonight, hope all goes smooth as can be :) Can't wait to read your story!
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