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Tiphawee?
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lestersgirls posted:
Just checking in to see if you've had any progress since your last post. I know you were having contractions. Maybe this means you're in the hossy and will be posting a birth story soon!
Steffanie (37),Lester (30), DD1 (8-14-03), DD2 (4-12-05), Angel Baby @6 weeks (6-17-08),  Baby Boy Kellan Lester Due 10-12-10!
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Tiphawee responded:
no nothing still contracting tho..
 
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Lainey_WebMD_Staff replied to Tiphawee's response:
It will happen! My DIL is waiting too, at 1cm and she isn't due until the 8th but really wants to have the baby sooner. She may have to wait another 2 weeks!
 
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bap528 replied to Lainey_WebMD_Staff's response:
I've been thinking about you Lainey. Wondering how things were going for your DIL. I sure hope it will be sooner than later. Keeping you in my thoughts. Nothing like being a grandmother!!
 
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Lainey_WebMD_Staff replied to bap528's response:
I keep an eye on your posts waiting for news bap. I love all the birth stories but hate the ladies graduating to new communities Grrr!

It will happen for Tiphawee very soon.


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