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    Question "nesting", how long after did you go into labour?

    just curious to know how long after you got that nesting urge you went into labour?. i finally had that "nesting urge" yesterday. i started to get jittery and wanted to do cleaning and stuff (i cleaned the WHOLE house and packed things away)
    any way last night i had weird sensations in my belly and the WHOLE night i could not sleep. i tried to, my eyes were closed and all but i could not shut my body off or my brain.
    today all i want to do is sleep and i have lost my apetite

    thanks in advance

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    any one

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    Oh how exciting!!!
    Brings back lots of memories.
    I have a 6month on bubba.
    I was nesting throughout my whole pregnancy.
    Towards the end I did get very tired.
    When I started to have my Braxton hicks, 3 days before my labour I must have done over a hundred laps walking around our swimming pool trying to get that baby moving.
    When are you due?

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    And like you, I just couldn't stop thinking!!!

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    About 3 weeks. I think my body knew he was coming he was 5 weeks early, and I started at 31-32 weeks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Violet belle View Post
    Oh how exciting!!!
    Brings back lots of memories.
    I have a 6month on bubba.
    I was nesting throughout my whole pregnancy.
    Towards the end I did get very tired.
    When I started to have my Braxton hicks, 3 days before my labour I must have done over a hundred laps walking around our swimming pool trying to get that baby moving.
    When are you due?

    in a week and a half wow i could never do that, i dont even know how i managed doing what i did yesterday! 2mins into a walk i need to sit again. (overheat really easy)
    congrats on your bubba.

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    Thanks, not sure how I did it either.
    It was slow believe me lol
    And it didn't look much like a walk, more a wobble.

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    UmmInayah- haha hope i dont have to wait 3 weeks. that would kill me lol. pretty cool how the body works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Violet belle View Post
    Thanks, not sure how I did it either.
    It was slow believe me lol
    And it didn't look much like a walk, more a wobble.

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    I started nesting in the Saturday and waters broke Sunday and had DS Monday morning. Quite a surprise as he was born at 32 weeks


 

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