Well from my experience there is no truth in the tale. My children's heart rates were all over the place. Congratulations on your pregnancy! Hopefully 20 weeks will get here soon and you'll be able to see what gender your baby is then .
Oh boy ice, snow and just nasty weather in Indiana. I could moan about the fact that the kids were out of school for almost a week. Thankfully returning to school today. I could moan about the horrible temperatures, when I am clearly ready for spring. I could moan about my inability to sleep a full night because I've been in this house far to long, and need to get outside and breath in the fresh air. But this post isn't about me, what are you ladies moaning about on this Monday Morning?
Have a great day everyone and a wonderful start to your week! EmmaView Thread
How was your holiday weekend? Are you feeling a bit burnt out from all the coming and going? What Moans do you have this morning? For me, it's Monday after a long weekend, and I have so much to do! I love short weeks with long weekends but it sure does make the next week seem even more crazy. I hope you all had a wonderful new year I look forward to hearing from you on how you are doing!
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