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Posted 13 December 2012 - 06:27 PM
Hi ladies, I wanted to let you know that after TTC after 5 mths we are expecting our rainbow baby.I'm 16 weeks pregnant & due on the 30th May 2013. It's a little strange how we tried for 5mths & fell pregnant around the same time as Vallon & our rainbow babys due date is 5 days later than Vallon. We like to look at this as Vallon being our baby's guardian angle watching over is little brother or sister, trying to take a little of the pain away for these dates.I want to thank everyone on this site we have let me vent at time & without your support think I would have gone crazy. I will change over to the other forum now, but will keep you up to date. Big hugs to everyone.
Posted 13 December 2012 - 08:31 PM
TRR Congrats! Guess what! Im due the 31st of May! Anita's due date would of been 10th of June so 10 days later! So if you need someone to talk to just send me a PM.
Im freaking out til i can get past 25 weeks... even though i have had no issues this time around i still am worried as im 16 weeks tomorrow and havent felt baby move yet.. but i know it will be a matter of time!
I havent told anyone as I dont want people to worry over me and nor do i want to cause them concern either!
I'll probably talk to u in the due in may forum anyhow
Posted 13 December 2012 - 10:24 PM
Glad everything is going well T, often thinking of you.
Hope to catch up with you in the new year, we will try an organise another catch up with the ladies xxx
Posted 14 December 2012 - 02:39 AM
I have had two angel babies with a due date of 31st of January and little Anna was also due on the 31st of January. The 31st of January is also the date our Ruby passed away. I like to think that all three of our girls have some sort of connection - all being little mothers day miracles and even though two of them are no longer with us, they were all little blessings and much loved!
I wish you a very smooth, complication free pregnancy.
Edited by ~ky~, 14 December 2012 - 02:40 AM.
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