"My soon will be 3 months tomorrow and he has a fever I don't know if i should be worried or if I'm just being paranoid. On Wednesday he had a temp of 99.6 it went away that night then last nighty he started running a fever again it is ra..."
aww lol . thts funny, but im glad u and ur baby are doing good for the most part. i think mine is going to be daddys girl she kicks alot when hes around, and he puts his head to belly an talks to her lol. but yeah i feel ya, i feel drained all the time. it does suck. we only got about 3 months left though.
yeah i know lol, we dont have to much longer. And im feeling pretty good for the most part, i have alot of stretchin pains, and sometimes i get sharp pains, an back pain but other than that, im good. wat about u??
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