me! cant believe it lol i was originally due on the 15th but they put me back a week at my 35 week appointment & that alone added on a lifetime! im due today & have 40 week check up at hospital later. this is my second, my first was born 3 days earlier & was more than convinced this little one would have been here sooner!! how are you feeling? xo
I am pretty certain we aren't having any more babies, but this delivery was way better than my first and took half as long! I totally agree that I miss some things about being pregnant, though, like the kicking, but I am glad to begin reclaiming my body! :-)
Haha - we were gonna wait a while for baby #2, but oops - she was ready for us before we thought we were ready! We wouldn't change it for the world, but be careful if you really do want to wait a while - LOL ;-) Oh, and now we have 2 in diapers (18 month old and newborn) - oh well, they'll be out of them soon enough.
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