A place where mom to be can come and relax. Take a break from the day to day stress with friends and vent, even ask those questions we need answers to. Come on in let's share our pregnant stories and announce the birth out our little miricals!
I was 2cm for 4 weeks with my son. And when my mom was pregnant with me she said she was 4cm with me for 4 weeks. Back then they didn't induce until u were 2 weeks past your due date so I was 2 weeks late. She laughs because she was bowling on her due date. She said she was trying to shake me loose. haha
Lol mel cute story! Man 4 weeks! Im getting very anxious and uncomfy! They said in my u/s this week thay she is big! on tuesday she was weighing 6lbs 5oz my nurse was shocked said she is going to be big baby!
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