so i am almost there! 37 weeks and 2 days. weekly doc appts start tomorrow. last day of work is 12/21.
quick question? this is my second and i think i lost some of my mucus plug this weekend. it was kinda of yellowish clear and showed up when i wipped friday nite. sorry for the TMI but it kinda looked like snot ( i know tmi lol) it wasnt alot but i had some more on sunday afternoon. could this be my plug? i remember it being the same color with my oldest son. no pink or red just a light yellowish color. from what i read online it can be a few different colors and every womans body is different just wanted to see everyones opinion. i really hope i am diliated when i go to the docs tomorrow fingers crossed.View Thread
hi my name is allison. i cant believe that i am starting my 3rd tri already! Our son Nicklas Alexander is due on Jan 2 (but we are hoping sooner). this will be our second boy. heres to a happy and healthy last few months!View Thread
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