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Hey ladies am a first time mom and am so excited but am 26weeks and ma belly is small is dat normal jst askin....
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Each woman is different in her pregnancy, I started showing around 22wks but I'm on baby number 5, some women sometimes never show at all. At the end of pregnancy is when the baby really starts getting bigger maybe then you'll notice your bump more!
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I started to show at 20 weeks, but stayed Simi small untill around 36 weeks, then I popped. I thought I was small the whole time but my son weighed 7lb7oz.
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Hi im 25weeks 5days im small to but everyone keeps saying ill pop right out near the end. Every woman is different and you may or may not get bigger towards the end of your pregnancy. I haven't got any strech marks thanks God but everyone keeps sayin I will near the end hopefully not
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I'm 26 weeks today and  My belly button hasn't pushed out yet. I have a tummy and the belly button is right there just not out yet lol
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Thankz ladies@k-bmomma ma belly button is bushing out but i dnt have strech marks and i hope i dnt get thm
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Thankz ladies@k-bmomma ma belly button is bushing out but i dnt have strech marks and i hope i dnt get thm
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