I'm due July 14th with my little girl, my first (: what's gonna be interesting is seeing when she actually comes out because her daddy's birthday is July 5th and our anniversary is July 10th. hopefully she gets her own special day.
I'm starting to get scared. Well I mean, I've been scared but now it's really getting close. 46 days away from having a little girl. Our life will revolve around her. It's scary to think about. I am excited to see her but I'm more scared than anything.
I'm due July 20th with our first little boy. We have 2 girls already. Our anniversary is July 16th and of course there's July 4th and a whole bunch of birthdays in the month. So I have people making bets on when I'm going to go LOL!!! I hope you all have safe, easy delivery!!!
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