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    Default When did you start showing?

    I've popped out and I'm 12+1...no hiding this little pot belly hehe

    First bub I didn't show til 20-24 weeks so having a little belly this early is crazy to me, but I'm loving it

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    I've just started to feel like I get a bit of a bump after a meal, but most of the time I think I still look the same as always I was hoping I'd start to pop a bit by now but not yet.

    I do have pretty good abs though so maybe I'll stay tucked in a bit longer...

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    Default When did you start showing?

    I was exactly the same as you, wishing my belly would hurry up and grow!! I started to notice it getting a bit round at about 15-16 weeks, and it became more pronounced and more obvious to others at around 19-20 weeks.


 

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