Pregnancy: Aug 2010 Babies Community
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1173196 tn?1292916490

So.... who is still pregnant????

Just wondering who is still waiting on their little one and how much longer everyone has. Seems like most have gone early. I'm due in 4 days but I'm pretty sure Liam will be late. He could actually be a September baby if my midwives let me go that long.
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Avatar universal
still pregnant here - well my doctor has my due date as aug 28th but she always measured as sept 1st. i also think she will be late. my guess is sept 5th.
541150 tn?1306033843
I'm still pregnant, Karen :-) But Noah is supposed to be here on Thursday, Aug 19th. So I've got like 3 more days to go. I'll be 39 weeks and four days.
1173196 tn?1292916490
I'm glad I'm not alone. I haven't seen anyone on here go past their due-date.

jschoch - I saw your mood. I was reading up on group B strep and I don't think you need to worry. I would be nice if they tested us sooner though. Maybe they could get rid of it before L&D.

PrettyKitty - You only have 2 days! You must be really anxious and excited. Can't wait to see Noah's birth staory.
Avatar universal
Hi,I have 1 week to go as planned c-section for 25th Aug.
Getting really anxious and can't sleep.My bags have been packed ready to go for the last 2 weeks now incase Sapphire was to come early.My midwife said I was measuring a week ahead of my due date a few weeks ago.
I'm so glad I'm having a spring baby as start of spring 1st Sept here in New Zealand,spring flowers in the garden and baby lambs jumping around on the farm down the road from me--very cute.

Good luck to you all and how exciting for us.
1173196 tn?1292916490
Oh wow, I thought you were loopy for a second. LOL. It's towards the end of summer here in the states. Only 1 of my inductions was planned, and I remember being so excited that I didn't sleep for at least 2 days before the big event. It's a wonder I could push him out  :)
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