Congrats to you! Im pregnant with my 2nd due July 19th. My son is only 3 1/2 months old right now!! didn't think I would conceive so soon. But this baby is a blessing!! he/she is due only 12 before my sons 1st birthday!!!View Thread
Me (29) DH (27) 4 fur babies - 1st baby DS born on 7/31/11 - prego again with 2 due on 7/19/12! - hoping for pink team!!
Hello, I cant believe im already back on this board! Just had my son on 7/31/11 and now preg. with # 2 due 7/19/2012!! took a test yesterday at work and then one at my phy. office. POSITIVE!!! We are in shock but very happy!! praying for a little girl!View Thread
Me (29) DH (27) 4 fur babies - 1st baby DS born on 7/31/11 - prego again with 2 due on 7/19/12 (OMG) come on pink team!!
I just had my first baby on July 31, 2011. Just took a pregnancy yesterday and it came out positive! according to my last period, my due date is July 19th! 12 days before my son's 1st birthday! This is going to be one heck of a journey!!!! View Thread
Me (28) DH (26) 2 fur babies (both 1) - 1st baby EDD: 7/31/11 - BLUE TEAM!!
Im not sure how far along u have to be to hear the h/b, but I had my 1st u/s at 10 weeks and u could clearly see a baby. even if you were 7 wks along, I would think, with an u/s they could as least see an image of a baby and / or the hear beating.
with your hcg levels raising, that is GREAT news! I would def. get a 2nd look before you do anything (like a d&c).
I have been at my current job since July 2010 as a temp. I was hired in November 2010. Since they count from my actual hire date, I do not qualify for FMLA. Also, I do not have job protection since I haven't been working for the company for 12 months. I was told that I could ask for PFL (paid family leave) through the state and that can give you about 6 extra wks. So, it will be up to your company to keep on the payroll or not.
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