"Well want to the doc yesterday and I'm having a boy. my baby boy weights 1lb and 9oz. He's name is christopher lee crisp after his daddy. I'm so happy right now I feel like he's here already but not till nov. :-( I can't wait to see him ..."
hey, congrats on your pregnancy. I found out i was pregnant when i missed my period. i felt like my period wasnt coming the day i was expecting it, but i had cramps like usual but i knew i wasnt getting my period. Thats when i decided to take a pregnancy test and i got a very faint positive, and i wasnt sure so next day i took another test and this time it showed up a little more. i wanted to be sure so i bought a digital clear blue pregnancy test and it said pregnant. I also did blook work to confirm, and i'm PREGNANT. How did you find out?
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