About Me: Female, 34, Grande Prairie, AB, member since Feb 2008
i have a 4 year old daughter named Taryn who was 9lbs 1 oz when she was born (she was 9 days over due), and newborn son named Cohen who was born on September 24th weighing a whopping 10lbs 5ozs (he was 7 days overdue)
Hey there... I saw in Shadowserpants post that you're still waiting for your wee-one to arrive... just thought I'd send a note to say I hope it happens real soon (do you have an induction date yet?). Oh, and eat fresh pineapple... oddly enough, whatever it is that speeds up the process isn't in the juice, it's in the actual pineapple itself. Good luck to you!
hey, thanks for replying to my quiestion, yea i think i will wait it out and leve the primrose i have started to get really bad pains and alot of them, yea i no about the pineapple setting labor off but its not the juice hun ur ment to eat fresh pineapple there is something in it that aint in it when it is juiced or tined...good luck with haveing ur baby hun :) x
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