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    Hi,

    First Time Mum to be. Very excited. 34 & Due 20th Feb 2017. Happy to be part of this community

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    Hi!
    I'm new to all of this too. I'm 35, first time mum and due 1st Feb. I noticed there isn't a Feb group in here. Maybe we can be the start of one

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    Hi Blush,
    Congrats, very exciting! Goodluck with everything.

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    Another newbie here! I'm 10 weeks with my first baby and due Feb 19th 2017, very excited but wow some weird pregnancy symptoms!

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    Hi ladies I'm a first time mum too 32 and in syd
    on the downward spiral now with only 7 weeks to go due sept 28 but induction coming my way due to gestational diabetes
    good luck to you all!

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    Hi ladies,

    Oh wow Kristyj!! So close now, all the best!!

    Amzieadlaide88 - I was getting weird symptoms too. They've seemed to ease up now that I'm 13wks I think.. Don't know for sure because I have a stupid cold.

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    First time here too! Can't believe how quickly it's gone. Two weeks away from the third trimester now, due Nov 18!


 

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