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Dialated to 2 cm!!!
Harely posted:
Dr. appt this morning said I was dialated to 2 cm. Going all out now! Going to clean house, garage, shop, and push mow the lawn! Little ones are down for a nap, and older ones get home in a couple of hours. Hopefully this works! Would really like to have this baby very soon, 2 reason's: Husband needs to get back on the road and make money, plus would like to have a aug birthday, we already have 2 in sept. the 20th and 22nd. Lots of pressure in my lower back, contractions have not been very strong or regular, so hopefully they will get moving here soon!
nikndan13 responded:
Good luck hope you get your August baby if not at least it will prob be early September : ) hope to hear your birth story soon : )
korin81 responded:
Awesome! When is your due date? Sending you some labor vibes
Korin(31), DH(26), DS(3), DD(1), Khloe Madison EDD: 10/18/12
Harely replied to korin81's response:
Due date is sept. 22, but this is # 8. Can't believe I made it this far. No contractions that I can feel, but tons of pressure in my back and bottom. We already have 2 birthday's in sept, really hoping we can have a aug baby. Leavng it in God's hands! But am ready to have her!

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