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    Talking Ooooh it's stormy!!

    It stormed just before my waters broke with my first bubby at 38+6! Now I'm 39+2 and I can hear thunder again! My hopes are up hahaha.

    I remember the midwives telling me that the birth suites really fill up on stormy nights - something to do with the change in atmospheric pressures causing women's water to break. Anyone else hopeful with me???

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    I'll hope with you.....yay for a baby very very soon


    ETA: For you...not for me I'm only 24ish weeks
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    Ohhhhh how exciting!!!! tightly and lots of for labour!!!

    Come one bubba!!!

    Good luck.

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    lol yes!! my waters broke 2 years ago during a massive storm.

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    YES! I am really hoping it happens too! So tired of waiting. DD2 was born in the middle of a storm, so here's hoping it happens again... and that the storm promised for my area shows up pretty soon.

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    I'm 39+1 and hopeful too!! Although no storm on the horizon here, even though it is soooo darn hot today! Hurry up baby girl, I want you out of my belly!!!

    Good luck!

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    Me! I'm in down near Ipswich and its been storming and raining all morning, so nice Im 38 + 4 so probably won't do anything for me but you never know

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    Haha thanks for the support girls! And good luck to everyone else with fingers crossed too!

    I am totally into this storm theory - I just got a show!! HOOORAY!! Totally unreliable but at least it implies things may be happening!

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    Good luck! DD was born 6 weeks ago on the windiest day Sydney had seen in 6 years.


 

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