Hi there ladies, My name is Erin and i am due with my FIRSt bub (2nd pregnancy) as per my latest scan 18th Sept. it has changed a few times and i just keep going backwards..... started at 7th sept but we will stick with 18th for now... if anything changes i shall let you know.
I have updated all the info, I think it's all correct but if you notice any mistakes or would like me to make any changes then please let me know.
Hope everyone is doing well? Time is really dragging for me. Just can't wait until 20 week scan to find out if baby is a he or a she! Haven't got my scan date yet but was told to expect it to arrive in the post in the first or second week of April, so not long to wait now. At least when I have an actual date I can officially start the countdown!
Does anyone have a bump yet? I can only really see mine if I push it out, but standing naturally there is still nothing can't wait until it's obvious!
Anyone care to share their ultrasound pics? Here are mine from 12+4. That feels like a lifetime ago now! Anyone good at gender guessing?
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