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    I started nesting about 30 weeks both times. My house was unsually show house clean and always had freshly cooked cakes or cookies on the bench and washing dry in the sun :0

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    At 35 weeks and had bub 36 + 6

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    I started nesting at 4am the day before my due date, after waking up and deciding I needed to rewash his towels and washers! Then I ironed them, cleaned my bookcase and cupboard under the stairs and made cupcakes. Then woke dh up with bacon and eggs for breakfast at 6:30am.

    I had a 'show' at 9:00am that day, got very light contractions from about lunch time ( not painful), full on contractions at about 11am the next day and had him 5pm ( his due day, the day after I had my show and nested).

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    I've been nesting off & on for weeks & still no baby.

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    With all of mine it was about 3 days after

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1CrazyMoose View Post
    I started nesting about 30 weeks both times. My house was unsually show house clean and always had freshly cooked cakes or cookies on the bench and washing dry in the sun :0
    This has been me all week (36w5d). I think it's because I've finished work and actually have time to tidy the house. I was baking cookies at 4am yesterday though!!

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    DS1 - didn't have time to nest as my waters broke at 31+5 days.

    DS2 - started nesting at about 35 weeks, he was born at 38 weeks. And braxton hicks from about 37 weeks, very mild.


 

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