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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    Until I was pregnant I thought babies grew in the womb part by part like Mr Potato Head or something. Like a new part grew each week.

    Oh the shame.
    Stop it! Dying laughing here 😂😂😂😂

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    Until I was pregnant I thought babies grew in the womb part by part like Mr Potato Head or something. Like a new part grew each week.

    Oh the shame.
    That's amazing. And terribly cute!

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    Until I was pregnant I thought babies grew in the womb part by part like Mr Potato Head or something. Like a new part grew each week.

    Oh the shame.
    HAHAHAHAHA
    10/10 for imagination.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    Until I was pregnant I thought babies grew in the womb part by part like Mr Potato Head or something. Like a new part grew each week.

    Oh the shame.
    Oh the mega mega lols that were had when I read this and reread this.... and reread it again, but then I remembered your thread about your car keys that one time at band camp hahaha xxx

    😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

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    Dh and I got caught eating the new cream egg mcflurry by ds who snuck out of bed oops

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    My confession is that I wish I was someone else. I struggle so much to be happy. Sick of it.

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    Mine is that I got a tiny wee bit of satisfaction when I walked back into the house after a very quick trip to the shops to find DH juggling and stressed out with the babies... I'm talking 15 minutes max! Welcome to my day love

    Oh and I ate a whole bag of liquorice bullets for dessert 😒 no self control

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    Until I was pregnant I thought babies grew in the womb part by part like Mr Potato Head or something. Like a new part grew each week.

    Oh the shame.
    My MIL is a midwife and she once looked after a lady that was convinced babies come out of your belly button. Not sure where she was when antenatal class was on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
    My MIL is a midwife and she once looked after a lady that was convinced babies come out of your belly button. Not sure where she was when antenatal class was on.
    ETA: she was looking after her while she was in labour. Poor lady got a crash course in anatomy.

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    Ouch!

    I knew someone who thought kissing would get her pregnant... She came from an extremely religious conservative family. Poor girl (whilst in school) was sitting on a bench crying her eyes out thinking she pregnant, it took several of us to reassure her... And explain the birds and the bees. 😕


 

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