Fine I guess. Really no symtoms except no energy...suprise! I see OB on feb 16th. Pretty excited DS is the one who tipped me off.. it's very weird.. so weird that I googled it. For the last two weeks he has been pulling my shirt up lol and putting his head on my belly.. I tell him.. " no that's mommys tummy..where is your tummy....." and he would just ignore me lol...Google ... not the only one who has had a toddler predict pregnancy.. kind of freaked me out.. not going to lie. View Thread
I know this is bad..but im 5 weeks with my second and all i have to do at night is put ds 18 mo.. in my bed ( i know i know) and turn on CARS....I put the TV sleep mode on for 30 minutes..and when the TV turns off he knows it's time for night night..it works for us. I know that 1. he should be in his own bed and 2. TV is not the best solution. But it gets him still and calms him down ...and we sleep all night long View Thread
That is good! Not much longer and you will be able to know 100% . How far along are you? I see my OB on the 16th of Feb for my one-on-one with his nurse whom I love to death. Im pretty scared about this pregnancy I had a m/c in September 2011 at 8 weeks But hopefully!!! We will both be just fine View Thread
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