a HUGE thanks to the three of you!!! Your input is greatly appreciated! I will call the midwife in the morning!! We've got to keep her in there at least 4 more weeks!!! Thanks again and best of luck and much love to your little ones on the way!View Thread
Hi everyone, I am steadily having more( buckle over because it hurts) cramping daily and am wondering if I might be slowly getting close?? I am still only about 33 weeks... our ETA is Halloween. I am also wondering about peeing a lot but just very little at a time. Is anyone else experiencing this? I feel fine otherwise and wonder if she is moving downward and just squishing my bladder. Thanks for letting me pick your brain!!! -my last pregnancy was 11 years ago and this one is so vastly different!!!
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