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    Default When did u start to show and get a baby bump?

    Hi I am 13.5 wks and no baby bump yet (with my first).

    Jut wondering when ppl started to show and get a baby bump ?

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    18-19 weeks its a very long wait! But it's finally here

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    with my first I didn't even tell work until I was 20 weeks, they had no idea. I did have a little bit of a pot, but not really noticeable to anyone that didn't know I was pregnant.

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    U wouldn't have noticeably known I was pregnant until after 20 weeks.

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    I noticed a little belly at 20 weeks but others didn't really notice until 25 weeks.

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    Not until 25weeks with my first. 18weeks with my second and 15weeks with this bub.

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    If I pushed it out then around 16wks, but without doing that not until about 20wks. Longest part of being pregnant!

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    Wasn't until well after 20wks for me. We didn't tell anyone until that point and noone believed I was half way preg!

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    First baby here, 9 weeks for me I am now 16 weeks and am enormous already... Definitely only one in there...

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    18 weeks with my DD. I'm only 8 weeks with bub #2 & I already have a small bump! My OB warned me that you tend to pop earlier with second & subsequent pregnancies.


 

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