Sorry for intruding... I'm in July 2013 baby group. But saw this was a new group and thought I would nosey and saw your post. My 1st daughter was due Dec 7th (2005) and born Dec 12th :) 12/12 and her daddy's birthday is 11/11 lol best of luck ladies :)
Well my original due date was Nov. 19 but I had a ultra sound yesterday and I was 6 weeks 3 days and changed my due date to December 1. My cycles range so I must ovulated late. So hello ladies. This is my second pregnancy. My dd is 4 and will be 5 in Nov. I don't really have any symptoms just going pee a lot and tired. I never got sick with my daughter so hoping its the same with this one. How is everyone doing?
I'm due dec. 1st with my second. I just had my daughter Dec. 28th 2012 so needless to say my husband and i are still in shock. I would love to hear from mom's who have children very close together. See my post "pregnant with a 3 month old" I'd love any advice.
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