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Lol, not sure if you caught my last update or not, but my prenatal appointment was moved from the 10th, to the 19th.
Amanda, DH, DD[19mo], 3 BFPs: Oct 3rd and 4th,2010; EDD: June 16th, 2011! Blue team! Ninth Appt. May 19th
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