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!
Lol that's what umeati.g right now lol too funny! Julz it will be soon! Walk walk walk! the week before I had my son I peed myself in the middle of Costco! I thought my water broke too. the last weeks of pregnancy are so frustrating with contractions and what not. I went to hospital about 4 times and the day before I went in I was contracting every 5 min and they sent me home just to go back at 5 am with 2 min apart. They kept me then lol.
Yay were gonna be med help aunties soon! Whoohoo!
So close!!! And don't worry about the peeing. I have to run to the bathroom a few times....and haven't made it. And I'm only 1/2 as far as you. :) can't wait for the update that you are getting ready to push!
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