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    Default I didn't know i was Pregnant.....

    HAd three day's off sick last week and got addicted to this show! It blew me away that some people could have no idea but Then on Friday morning my aunty posted a pic on FB of a baby girl that was a new surprise addition, Turns out my cousin hadn't known she was pregnant and gave birth to a full term baby girl Both are doing fine but if i didn't know someone it has happened too i wouldn't believe it, and i'm too scared to ask my cousin how she didn't know as she had only given birth to her son 12 months before....Both my cousin and Kaylah are doing great

    Does anyone else watch this?

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    Yep & I wish it would happen to me lol

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    Nah it always ****s me off when rush off to hospital to 'cut the cord'!!

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    Wow that is a surprise. I love that show. Wish it would happen to me.

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    I dont mind it.

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    I always wonder how is it that in most of the stories you see/hear the woman has absolutely no idea and suddenly a baby falls out when going to the toilet!?

    Why can't labour be that quick and easy for the rest of us!

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    This happened to a friend too. We were at her lingerie hens do just weeks earlier and she was strutting around in next to nothing, she looked totally normal.

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    I love that show..I find it fascinating that some women have no clue what pregnancy symptoms are..But then I have too much knowledge on symptoms due to TTC so I guess that if youre not TTC and never have then you dont know what to look for?

    But yes I love the show and Im also addicted to A Baby Story and occasional fan of Make room for Multiples...Anything about babies and you can guarantee Ill watch it

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    I used to watch this when i had foxtel, fascinating.
    I doubt it would happen to me - the giant belly would give it away, if nothing else
    I always wish i could be one of those who finds out they are pregnant at around 20 weeks - pregnancy always feels way too long when you find out at 4 weeks. I'm not sure i'd cope very well with going into labour not knowing i was even pregnant though - what a shock that would be!
    I love hearing the stories, it seems so unbelievable but obviously it does happen.

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    I love I didn't know I was pregnant! So fascinating to me as I was a whale at full term.

    A baby story infuriates me like no other I don't watch it anymore. Soooooo intervention +!!


 

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