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    Week-by-Week Pregnancy Calendar
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    QueenOfStarWars posted:
    I think this is the BEST of the pregnancy calendars I've seen. It's so easy to use, too. Just click on which week you are and read the info about the week.

    One of the things I love is the real-world example of the size of the baby (from a Kit-Kat candy bar to a foot-long hot dog)!
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    ntherelng responded:
    I've not used that one, but one of my favorite sites is
    www.i-am-pregnant.com

    It has week by week photos of the baby and tells you exactly how many days you are, how many weeks, which month you are in, and how many days until your due date.

    Hope you enjoy!

    Renee
     
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    PGinSJ replied to ntherelng's response:
    I'll need to check out the second website but the first rocks! And you're right it's totally funny.


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