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    I showed at around 24 weeks with my first.

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    Wow I'm jealous of everyone saying 20 weeks!! This is bub #2 for us and I'm 13 weeks and definitely have a bump. I'm struggling to hide it now.

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    Im not huge right now but there is a definite 'bump' and I'm 17weeks

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    I'm the same as some of the PPs - I showed from about week 18/19 with DD, and this time around I already have a slight bump at 12.5 weeks. I feel much more bloated than the first time, too.

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    Im 10 weeks with number 2 and showing. I have scoliosis so my extra spine curving shape doesn't help. Number 1 I showed definitely at 16 weeks.

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    24 weeks I started to look pregnant. Bub was on the small side though born 6p 6oz

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    This is my first and I started showing at about 12 weeks not massively but was obviously to me, family and some friends. I'm now 14 weeks and when I wear tighter tops it's definitely there

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    I'm 15 weeks and I'm still not showing. Kinda disappointing.. Hoping I'll pop in the next few weeks

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    This is me at 15 weeks! Humungous!!

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    Hehe cute bump I'm a little smaller I'm not as big but it's definitely there. Funny how we are so excited about our bumps


 

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