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    Anyone else have a similar story?


    Mumma to Connor James - 25/8/2011
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    Yea I said from about 12 weeks that I had a gut feeling that I was gonna have bub 1-2 weeks early and my gut feeling was right, I had her at 39weeks

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    Well, with dd1, she wasnt early but the day before I went into labor, I had pulled up in woolies carpark thinking I'd go in and grab a trolly full of groceries. I got out of the car and started walking but I just got a strange feeling like I shouldn't do it. I felt like struggling with a trolly of groceries would send me into labor. So I didn't get anything and I drove home. Next day contractions started. Hmmm.

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    I have a feeling I'll go early but I think that's because there's ladies in my DIG with early labour signs/hospital stays and strict bedrest etc for it so I'm probably more worrying. Although a friend's mum who is a bit psychic said she had a dream that I'd give birth either the 16th or 18th of July and my due date is the 28th.

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    With DD I felt from pretty early on that she would come a week or 2 early (despite common opinion that first babies go over 40wks usually). At 37+1 she still took me by surprise because I didn't think she'd come that early.

    This time I've had a feeling from almost the start as well that this one will come a bit early, DH has also recently declared that he believes bub will come at 38w. I'm 34w and we both agree it looks like I've dropped this week gone - will see what the OB says on Fri. Only time will tell if our instincts are right or not!

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    My whole pregnancy with DD2 I was saying Ill go on the 10th I was almost chanting it! Was due on the 23rd but went into labour on the 10th & DD was born at 5 mins past midnight on the 11th!! I just had a feeling about that particular date!

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    I have had a feeling since beginning about an early arrival, just that gut feeling around 35 weeks don't know why just do hopefully it is more like 37

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    My first came at 38 weeks, my second at 37 weeks...this one I have a sense may come at 36 weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by judi83 View Post
    I have had a feeling since beginning about an early arrival, just that gut feeling around 35 weeks don't know why just do hopefully it is more like 37
    For some reason I'm feeling week 35 too, when are you due judi?


    Mumma to Connor James - 25/8/2011
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