We have a four year old girl, she will be very excited to have a younger sibling. Last night she asked me when she was going to get one. I just told her, "Sooner than you think" We are afraid to tell her because she is known to spill beans!View Thread
I am so suprised that your docs didn't want to do any testing or us at all. Especially taking your past into account. But! Keep a happy heart and a positive mind, everything will be great!
My periods have been so strange since going off the pill in June this summer, I have gone an average of forty days between cycles. So when I see the doc Monday and they ask me for my LMP I'll have to tell them 8/23 but I worry that is going to give me an off DD too. We'll see Excited for you!View Thread
My name is Lyndsey - I just found out I am preggers for the 2nd time! Not sure when we are due just yet, our first appointment is on Monday.
My Husband and I have a daughter, Lydia she is 4 1/2 and when she finds out she is going to be a big sister she is going to flip out! I can't wait. We are waiting to tell her because we don't want her spilling the beans to her Grandmas
I was on these boards when I was pregnant with Lydia years ago and my how they have changed since then! But I remember that they were very useful, helpful, and friendly. I look forward to sharing my journey and experiencing yours as well
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