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    carried low and had a girl

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    I think it depends on the shape of mum I'm really tall and have a long body so both my Preg I have Carried low but I think its coz I have loads of room! I have a ds already and expecting a dd in wks

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    Low, both with dd and again this time. I'm 29 weeks, and expecting a second girl.

    I carry so low, its a bit ridiculous, like hanging down between my legs just about.

    I was just out at a shopping centre and was so envious of other pregnant women with neat and tidy, high up bumps. They look like they can move around so easily, not me.

    Vent over, so back to the point, I really think its more about Mum's anatomy, rather than sex of bubs.

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    Hi

    I carried high with all of mine including number four lol I have 3 boys and 1 girl (well almost 3 boys 2 ATM and three will be here in about 10 weeks)


 

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