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    wow 86cin, I must be a whale, lol!!

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    I've been showing since 8 weeks!
    Here's me last week at 12+4.
    Excuse the fearless! Lol.
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    oh hun, wow, its going to be a big bubba?!

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    Hoping not lol. Thinking I'll slow down (hopefully!)

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    Must be bloating!!! Considering baby is only tiny at that stage!! Lol. Very jealous though. 33 weeks and my belly is tiny! :-(

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    I went into my first appointment at the hospital at 8 weeks, and the nurse/secretary thought I was there to have my 16 week scan.

    I was insanely massive. I was also almost 3 weeks overdue, so you can imagine the gut on me when I went in to give birth. At 10 weeks I wasn't able to put my shoes on by myself. I wore slip-ons and ugg boots for the entire pregnancy because shoelaces were an impossibility.

    DD was a touch over 10 pounds.

    Super jealous of your gorgeous bump brooke88, I'm dying to have one again.

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    I just looked bloated for the first 6 months of my pregnancies. Even at my skinniest (size 12) when pregnant with DD1.

    Brooke, your pic is so lovely

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    Aww thanks guys

    It's amazing how much you do miss it once it's gone!

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    i am just showing now at 17 weeks am 18 weeks this week i have got the belly belt (great invention). I know you show earlier if you had a baby before but never heard of showing at 5 weeks? (Not having a go at you) I would aks your GP.

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    No your not a whale eveyone grows differently. Im 180cm so had a lot of area for then to hide in before they popped out! And i had a 8lbs 10oz and 9lbs 1oz!!

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