okay so today I am 39 weeks and 2 days um I vomited on yesterday and I couldn't eat anything all day yesterday... there has been a sick feeling in my stomach that I cannot get rid of even after the vomiting I don't know what's going on I have been feeling contractions but they haven't been consistent and they haven't been seeming to get worse. this pregnancy is so different from the others that I've had I'm just a little anxious I guess and getting antsy because I'm ready to have the baby. believe it or not I had three cousins they were actually pregnant with me in all three of them have already had their babies one of them was due on the 4th which is 4 days before me she had her baby like March 25th so you can only imagine how this is getting under my skin
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