Hmm I am currently 32w 3d and this is my first..so I assume I will start packing between 34-36 weeks...I feel so lost about all of this packing bag thing..I dont want to pack too much and I dont want to pack too little ugh! lolView Thread
lurking from 3rd tri. I have heard that some people never get the line..and that is perfectly normal...I am light-skinned..and the line is very noticeable. It started to show more at 20 weeks..I am now 32 weeks and it is very dark...HTH!View Thread
I understand your situation but I think you should just toughen up sweetie...I know how hard it can be on your body..I found out i was pregnant when I was in my 1st month of college..and keeping myself awake was pure hell..but I didnt give up and neither cdan you..especially since you only have two months left of school...and I agree with the ANOn2286..about the spelling and grammatical errors...so please stay in school it will pay off in the end! There's nothing like receiving that diploma and walking across that stage on graduation day!
Aww I can understand..I wouldnt get on either if my husband was off.. ; )..Man I wish I could be relaxing but I am at work...my left side is killing me..and idky(Ugh)...Oh my! You must be..I hope the pain subsides soon...View Thread
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