Hello Ladies! I am wondering if any of you have been in the same situation and if you due date moved. I am due on May 9th, my DS is measuring 1 week bigger. I see my Doctor on Tuesday, do you think he would move my due date to May 2nd, or just keep it where it is?
My baby boy is measuring too big too....first the u/s tech said two weeks, then she changed it to about a week ahead. She said the doc most likely won't change my due date because 1. boys are bigger 2. both my DH and I are large (tall and "big boned"). I go back to doc next week so we'll see what he says...prolly get on me about what I'm eating...lol. :) Wishing you the best!
Thanks everyone! I think it was just wishful thinking lol. Any ideas on how to make the last stretch fly by? I had 4 friends and family just give birth within the last 10 days (ALL BOYS).. crazy I know :P
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