Omg!! I'm 35 weeks today.. time has gone by quickly!! TVIS Friday is my last biweekly appt, she plans to check me for dialation! My baby shower is this upcoming Sunday also. Then ill start my weekly appts! Pregnancy has been easy thus far .. this time I will be trying for the vbac! I had a twin pregnancy in 2010 which was emergency c section due to preeclampsia. They were born at 34 weeks 5 days.. and I just passed that mark.. I haven't lost my plug yet but with the twins I lost it at 32 weeks
Time sure has flown by ....I'm also 35 weeks due date is may 21 and my baby shower is also this Sunday for my little girl ....already have a 3 1/2 yr old son :) congrats to you and I hope the rest of your prwgnancy goes smoothly...and what is a vbac??
I'm 36 weeks 4 days.. its getting closer and closer.. my doctor doesn't check for dilation only if its necessary.. my 1st came at 39 weeks, 2nd at 38 weeks so we will see when this baby boy decides to come:)
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