Hello all, im 22 weeks today this is my 2nd pregnancy. i have a daughter and she is 3. As soon as the test was positive for my daughter i joined the oct 09 group; but with this one i totally forgot lol so here i am.
It's going pretty good the 1st tri was kinda on the hard side but once I hit week 12-13 it got so much better. My suspicions were conformed that I had a posterior placenta at my 19 week scan i haven't been feeling my little guy that often (yay team blue). Now at this point I can feel him like I would a few weeks ago
Hello :) I'm 18wks 3days. I have a 7yr old daughter. I'm kind of nervous. I was 19 when I was pregnant with my daughter. I feel kind of like it's my first pregnancy :/ we have our 2nd scan next Friday so hopefully find out what we are having? I think boy? Lol. I'm glad your pregnancy is going well :)
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