I am registered at Target. I was wanting my husband to attend, but he may have to work. As of yestarday one of my co-workers told me she is planning one at my job, she already set the date, and sent e-mails out to everyone in our department. I have to talk to mil to see if she want to do have one for the family; which is fine. I will have everything i need then. View Thread
Well, looks like plans for my baby shower will fall on me. My mother-in-law agreed to help. (Sigh) Beggars can't be choosers. As long as i have one, that's all that matters. I just don't want to wait to long, don't want to go into labour at my shower. That would not be good.View Thread
We are about neck and neck, i will be 30 weeks on tuesday. When was you last check up? Make sure you let your doctor know whats going on, call him no matter what time of day. If your working they may put you on bedrest until you get ready to go in the hospital. When is your due date? Mine is November 12, but i feel like he may come early.View Thread
I've been having a few lower abdominal pains here and there, i told my nurse at doctor's office and she told me to make sure to stay hydrated and not do anything strenous and if it happens again to call them. Also having hip pain on left side, i just assume it was the way i sleep on my side all the time. My husband says he think my hips are spreading, could be both. 2 months seem far away. I'm ready is all i can say, just hope i don't have a stubborn boy who wants stay inside. View Thread
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