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SEPT 14 - Due Dates


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#1 M!ssy

Posted 19 January 2014 - 02:01 PM

Congratulations on your :BFP:

Reply with your due date and any other details you want to share (eg age, location, ages of any other children)

September 2014 Due Dates


:bluestork: :babygirl: :babyflip: :babyboy: :pinkstork:

1st

Kathtan - 35 - Melbourne - DS 6yrs & DS 7mths - #3

Cellent - #1 2yrs - #2

2nd

3rd


bindy30 - 37 - Brisbane -  DS 17yrs - #2

Emily of New Moon - 38 - Sydney - DD 2yrs - #2

4th

mad77 - 36 - Sunshine Coast - #1

Sandy-pie - 41 - Brisbane - DS 5yrs & 3yrs - #3

5th

6th

Kris123abc - 31 - #1

7th

8th

Lisags - 33 - Adelaide - #1

9th

KoalaTeeTime - 28 - Sydney - #1

Chervin -  DD 3yrs - #2

Zebidee - 34 - Adelaide Hills - DS 2yrs - #2

10th

CassieC - 28 - Northern Beaches Sydney - #1

11th

12th


MsPowell - 30 - Perth - #1

Loz*Star - 30 - Sunshine Coast - DD 11yrs, DS 6yrs & DD 5mths - #4

Neuron jockey - 34 - Melbourne - Furry kid 2yrs - #1

13th

Akadia - 31 - Sutherland Shire - #1

14th

Scarletphonenix - 35 - Brisbane - DD 18mths - #2

15th

deejie - 34 - Melbourne - DS 4yrs & DS 2yrs - #3

16th

PrincessOopsie - 32 - Newcastle - DS 4yrs & DD 2yrs - #3

Possum88 - 25 - Perth - #1

17th

kbree - 26 - East side of Melbourne - #1

18th

Diamonds-3 - 22 - Brisbane - DD 4yrs - #2

19th

Yoonseon - #1

20th

M!ssy - 32 - Newcastle - DD 1yr - #2

21st

MuseFan2010 - 32 - Brisbane - #1

CC2014 - 29 - Adelaide - #1

22nd

jane12 - 26 - NSW - DD 2yrs - #2

Star12 - 28 - Sydney - DD 2yrs - #2

23rd

Kaylzzz - 24 - Melbourne - #2

Heatherdv - 39 - Hunter Valley - DS 3yrs - #2

Ez1904 - 30 - Adelaide - #1

MrsJohnson - 41 - DS 19mths - #2

24th

Iliketoflounce - 22 - QLD (moving to Cooranbong) - #1

twilightangel - 29 - Brisbane - DS 10, DD 8, DD 6, DS 1 - #6

elemeno - 30 - Sydney - #1

ItsTheSimpleThings - 32 - Canberra - DS 3yrs & DD 1yr - #3

cbmum - 36 - Perth - DS 6yrs & DD 3yrs - #3

ms-meow - 33 - Brisbane - #1

25th

berrysparkles - 30 - Brisbane - #1

BelleChar - Me 34, DH 34 - Gold Coast - DD 2yrs - #2

26th

**Taylor** - 29 - #1

perpectual_sound - 28 - near Port Douglas QLD - DS - #2

27th

Lissy1085 - 28 - Ballarat - #2

baobab - 35 - Melbourne - DS 2yrs - #2

cynvero - Meadowbank - #2

28th

DecafJane - 35 - Brisbane - DD 18mths - #2

Princesspeachzz - 36 - Sydney - #1

29th

bean1977 - 36 - Melbourne - DD 3yrs - #2

Aphreal001 - 32 - #4

30th

Cameron86 - 27 - Adelaide - #1

Mrs_L - 31 - Perth - DS 2yrs - #2

:pinkstork: :babyboy: :babyflip: :babygirl: :bluestork:


- Our angels -
Gone but never forgotten
Nikki baby1
*LiMa*
rhurbarbandcustard
3littlegents
oriental lily
Tmay0183
Burro
RachH
Amymatildakate

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Edited by M!ssy, 24 April 2014 - 05:53 PM.


#2 Musefan2010

Posted 19 January 2014 - 03:20 PM

Aww it is so nice of u to do this M!ssy :-) it might help me keep track of everyone, our DIG is growing fast!

I'm 32, 1st baby, due 21st sept, living in Brisbane.

#3 Kaylzzz

Posted 19 January 2014 - 03:38 PM

How nice of u missy! Im in melb, 24, and this is our second baby, due on the 21st sep.

#4 yoonseon

Posted 19 January 2014 - 03:40 PM

Will be first bub for me. I think I'm due on the 19th. :-)

#5 Iliketoflounce

Posted 19 January 2014 - 03:47 PM

At the moment in Qld moving in 3.5 weeks to Cooranbong (45 minuets from Newcastle)

Baby 1 Due 24

#6 heatherdv

Posted 19 January 2014 - 04:51 PM

Great idea Missy :)

DS is 3 in a few weeks.  This will be #2.  We're just about to move to our new house out in the vineyards of the Hunter Valley.

Due date 23rd Sept.

#7 bean1977

Posted 19 January 2014 - 04:59 PM

Awesome idea!
I am 36 and in Melbourne.  this will be our 2nd (our DD has just turned 3) and this one is hopefully due on the 29th Sept.  Had 2 miscarriages last year so hoping for a sticky this time!

#8 twilightangel

Posted 19 January 2014 - 05:01 PM

Thanks Missy

I am 29. In Brisbane. Baby # 6 for me.

DS 10
DD 8
DD 6
DS 3
DS 1

Due date 24th September.

Edited by twilightangel, 19 January 2014 - 05:02 PM.


#9 Sandy-pie

Posted 19 January 2014 - 05:02 PM

Good idea :-)

I am 41 and live north of Brisbane, I have 2 DS's aged 5 & 3 and due on 7 sept

#10 Burro

Posted 19 January 2014 - 05:16 PM

Thanks for doing this m!ssy.

Snap bean1977!

My due date is the 29th. I have a 3 year old and im 35. Im also from Melbourne. I had a chemical recently so im a bit nervous - Im still testing daily.

#11 M!ssy

Posted 19 January 2014 - 06:10 PM

So glad you are happy for me to do this, like musefan I was losing track of everyone!

#12 Lisags

Posted 19 January 2014 - 07:23 PM

My due date is the 8th, this is our first baby.  I am in Adelaide.

Oh I am 33 ooops

Edited by Lisags, 19 January 2014 - 07:37 PM.


#13 MsPowell

Posted 19 January 2014 - 07:46 PM

Great idea!!

I am 30 my edd is the 12th sept, first baby and we live in Perth

#14 elemeno

Posted 19 January 2014 - 08:10 PM

I am 30, live in Sydney and due with our first- tentatively 24th Sept. May be 21st though so will get back to you if it changes.
Hope we all have a uneventful 8 months!

#15 Kathtan

Posted 19 January 2014 - 09:13 PM

This is such a great idea!  It will be great to keep track of everyone.

I'm 35 and live in Melbourne. DS1 - 6, DS2 - 7 months. Due date 1/9/14.



#16 berrysparkles

Posted 20 January 2014 - 07:13 AM

Good idea!

I am 30, live in Brisbane, first pregnancy.

Haven't been given an exact due date yet (my cycles are a bit irregular) but according to my dates and Fertility Friend it is around the 25th September.

#17 Kris123abc

Posted 20 January 2014 - 09:10 AM

This is sweet! Good on you for setting this up.

Due date: 6th Sept. I'm 31 and this is our first baby.

#18 Chel085

Posted 20 January 2014 - 10:16 AM

Thanks for setting this up!

Im 29, baby #1, due 26/09
:)

#19 Scarletphoenix

Posted 20 January 2014 - 12:18 PM

35 from Brisbane. Baby #2. DD is 18months.  EDD is a bit unclear probably 15 September.  Will get an update after scan with OB first week of Feb.

#20 RachH

Posted 20 January 2014 - 12:45 PM

Great idea :-) Hi I'm Rachel (Rach). I'm 39, live in Canberra, have two kids (19 and 12) and my EDD is 3/9 :)

Edited by RachH, 20 January 2014 - 12:46 PM.


#21 deejie

Posted 20 January 2014 - 02:15 PM

Good thinking, M!ssy!

I'm 34 and in Melbourne
EDD 15th September
Third baby, we have DS1 4 years and DS2 2 years

#22 heatherdv

Posted 20 January 2014 - 06:57 PM

Missy, forgot to mention I'm 39 :)

#23 PrincessOopsie

Posted 21 January 2014 - 06:31 AM

Hi ladies

My edd is a little up in the air but I am currently go by the 15th (or so p tracker worked out)

I'm from Newcastle 32yrs DS-4 DD-2 #3

:D

#24 Aphrael001

Posted 21 January 2014 - 08:49 AM

Hi all,

I'm 32 and due with #4 on 29th but it is still early yet.

Cheers,

A

#25 Possum88

Posted 21 January 2014 - 10:44 AM

Hi All,

Im 25 and due the 16th with my first baby. Im from Perth.

Nice to meet you all :)

P



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