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    Wow that was fast! He really wanted to meet you guys didn't he!
    He is gorgeous, congratulations girls!

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    Beautiful bub ErinJess!

    Thinking of you FullofHope and Lissy. Xoxox

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    How are you feeling Betty?

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    So there is hope for me to have an easy birth if I do get induced!! Looking at getting induced at day 10 had enough now feeling heavy and just very over it

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    So would that be Tuesday?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goldie77 View Post
    How are you feeling Betty?
    Feeling huge! Bub is right in front of/ under my ribs most of the time. 34 weeks and I believe he's weighing about 3kg already. I have been convinced to leave work early too -- probably in 2 or 3 weeks.

    How are you doing Goldie?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goldie77 View Post
    So would that be Tuesday?
    Yeah I have another sweep Monday +more acupuncture and then will go from there..

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    Fingers crossed she comes before then, but I'm sure you will be glad when its all over!

    Don't stress over the size Betty, maneesh said I was looking at 8 or 9 pounds and she was 7'7.
    He was pretty close but hopefully he over estimates and your bub is a nice size. Are you planning on having an epidural, or are you just playing it by ear?

    We are doing well thanks, they grow up so fast! Way faster than the pregnancy ever went. I don't mind though, the interactiveness and smiles are so great. I'd have then over the newborn stage any day

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    Have to have a C/S because my placenta is too close to the 'os'. So the size isn't really a big deal -- I just feel unwieldy!

    Glad you're enjoying your little one, I can't believe that I'll have an actual baby soon. Woo!

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    Oh yeah I forgot about that.
    Have you booked in yet?


 

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