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Just a suggestion... But you might want to take out how far along it says we are. Mine says I am 32w2d and I am actually 35w2d! It would probably be easier if you didn't have to keep track of that! Lol.
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Report This| Share this:"Our List" Due Date List for 04/04Just a suggestion... But you might want to take out how far along it says we are. Mine says I am 32w2d and I am actually 35w2d! It would probably be easier if you didn't have to keep track of that! Lol.
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