Hiya everyone. Just had this sudden realisation that our due dates are creeping up really really fast.. 15 weeks till my bub will be here, so just over 100 days, I just can't believe it. Of course of the fourty ish mommies on here that post some will have their bubs much sooner or much later than their due dates in August, but one things for sure, I'm nervous and excited and praying for us all and our precious bundles. They will be here before we realise it! That first trimester drags by but after that its just flown! Anybody else feeling the same way? Xx
It's crazy how fast it's all going.. As much as I want bub here I want it to slow down because I know once bub is here he/she will grow up so fast.. I completely agree I can't wait until we see the first posts about labour!! So so exciting.
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