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!
So I am starting to feel a little soreness in my bbs and I just love it! Also feeling a little queasy in my belly all day long. I can't complain, I am loving every moment of it. i just need it to continue for another 35 weeks or so. I don't want to lose this one. looking forward to feeling the baby move. I noticed my first son about 20 weeks or so, and found the sex out about 12 weeks. I think i am going to keep the sex a secret from the family this time. They still don't even know that I am pregnant! Hope you all have a great day!
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