sorry i havent checked in. Umm i would love a girl as i already have 3 boys. my oldest is 17, then 13, and last 10. However i wouldnt mind another boy either. so i went to the doctor and he told me i am measuring a head of time so i am due March 11th too... And i got moved to every month since we are doing so great. i go Sept 24th for the gender check, i cant wait i have already been shoping for boy and girl, i figured i could donate what i cant use. lol i know i am a dork. so how are you doingView Thread
awww thats cool, we are due right by each other. I am pretty lucky my doc does a ultra sound everytime i go in and i go 2 times a month. (high risk.) I already hyave 2 pics. lol anywho. what do you want a boy or a girl?View Thread
I am sure if you are not bleeding now, everything is fine, what color was it? Have you and Hubby had sex ? Do you take baths? It could be a ton of diffeerent things so dont panic... When you see you doctor and find out let us know if all is well and how you are doingView Thread
know i followed tlkittykat, Heather and a couple of others for ever when they were prego. I had lost a baby in 2008 i started with web md when i was prego then. I stalked so many people on here searching there every symptom to see if i had what they had. and i finally got prego again in 2013(another loss) and here i am again a year later. Hopefully it sticks.View Thread
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