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heathermarie246
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Registered: ‎07-30-2013

Re: First Time Moms

Hey! I'm a first time mommy to be too and I'm so excited! I'm 17 weeks today and just found out last week were having a little boy!:smileyhappy: my fiancé is leaving for the army a week from today and is going to miss most of the pregancy, I need some advice on how to keep busy while he's gone and I'm not working in a few months? Also, I started to show a little, but not much, when is it normal to start showing a lot during your first pregnancy? Thanks!!:smileyhappy: and congratulations everyone!!!!
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Mommy-Caitlin
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Registered: ‎08-09-2013

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I'm 15 weeks & 3 days along. I am a first time mom & a little scared on what to expect. My sister has a little boy who is only 3 years old & he is a hand full. So it's a little stressful for me. I'm due January 29, 2014. I have nothing for the baby and is stressed that I wouldn't Havre everything I need. Money has been an issue since day one. Any advise will and can help! Please & Thank You!
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afigorski73
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Registered: ‎08-12-2013

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I'm pregnant with my first child and 8m due January 30th. I have a hard time sleeping as well as the rest of you ladies. I had a question I'm 15 weeks soon to be 16 weeks and I'm not really showing at all, should I be concerned? I know everyone's pregnancy is different.
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pbarilla0716
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Registered: ‎08-15-2013

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I'm with you all on the sleeping nonsense.  My biggest issue is that I can get to sleep at night, but when I have ot wake up to use the bathroom (which is a whole other pain on its own), I can't get back to sleep for a couple of hours, if at all before that alarm goes off.  I read that to alleviate waking up to pee, you should try to avoid liquids after 4pm...who the heck can do that anyway?

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seal121281
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Registered: ‎08-25-2013

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My husband is in the army. I say to scrap book pregnancy moments for him and start planning baby's room to busy yourself. The time really does go by fast even when it don't seem like it.
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k_mccaffity
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Registered: ‎11-12-2013

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Hey ladies I'm a new mommy and I am 30 weeks and im due January 22nd and I also have type 1 diabetes now I know every one is different but I feel as thou I am going to be like so nervous and im going to mess up something how do I get rid of that because deep I know I will be the best mom every any advice
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angelicawhite6966
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Registered: ‎11-19-2013

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Hi everyone I'm 30 weeks pregnant with my 1st baby( boy) I'm due 1-27-14 at first I was really happy do not get me wrong I'm still really happy but I'm starting to get sacred I have already had false labor and I do not know what to expect when its time to deliver my son can anyone please help me out and let me know what I should be ready for
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