Symptoms and conditions: baby has been doing some painful rolling motion. I have also had some back pain. Other than that feeling pretty good.
Other: Still waiting for another ultrasound to confirm it's a girl. The girl parts didn't look like they did with my first daughter and the whole pregnancy has been so different so I am not 100% convinced.View Thread
We just found out we are having another girl! We are happy but now the battle begins to name this child. (My husband and I have very different tastes in girl names). Unless I can convince him to agree on Zoe, it looks like the baby's first name is going to be Madelyn. How do these sound:
I am sitting at work and I can't stop crying. I have been sad all day and to make matters worse today is my 8 year wedding anniversary and my husband totally forgot He is out of town and won't be back today after allView Thread
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