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yinksilot (16.7 days ago)
In Feeding and Care > Nutrition





photofemme13 (19.4 days ago)
In Fertility > Age 30 to 35





ayen (20.8 days ago)
In x > Pregnancy after Loss
Hi there, it is true that being honest with what happened can really help. I also wanted to share a free site that could help moms to be calculate their due dates. http://www.babyduedatecalculator.net/





grosslawn (21.1 days ago)
In Health and Development > Development animation





vanessasmile (25.6 days ago)
In Health and Development > Development animation
I`m super excited. I just found out that I`m 7 weeks pregnant.





amandamuse (40.3 days ago)
In x > Miscarriage
hello everyone well i had two babies one girl and one boy well 2 days before christmas i found out i was pregnant again and in jan everything is good but then in feb everything took a turn for the worse for me and my husband i miscarried and now im pregnant again for the fourth time on the 27th of this month i get to see how far along i am but to be honest i dont see how im pregnant again bc im on the depo shot but i guess god wanted me to have this baby im to excited





amandamuse (40.4 days ago)
In x > Miscarriage
hello everyone well i had two babies one girl and one boy well 2 days before christmas i found out i was pregnant again and in jan everything is good but then in feb everything took a turn for the worse for me and my husband i miscarried and now im pregnant again for the fourth time on the 27th of this month i get to see how far along i am but to be honest i dont see how im pregnant again bc im on the depo shot but i guess god wanted me to have this baby im to excited





stardustlullaby (45.2 days ago)
In Health and Development > Development animation
31 weeks and 3 weeks today!
I`m so excited to meet my tiny princess!
Just 8 more weeks and 4 days until due date and I`ve been cleaning my house like crazy to get ready for her to get here. I`m wraooed around her tiny finger already!





flo5356 (55.8 days ago)
In Health and Development > Development animation
hello came sameone help me i have a miscarage in march 6 2014 and knew i mist my periad agin on May 24 2014. my last period was on april 25 2014 so i am 5 days late today is 28/05/14 i take a text on the 27/05/14 it was negetive do i need to sill wait so i can do other test. please came sameone help me.





princesschanell (66.4 days ago)
In Health and Development > Development animation
30 weeks yay she only has 10 weeks to go cant wait to meet her





princesschanell (66.4 days ago)
In Health and Development > Development animation
30 weeks yay she only has 10 weeks to go cant wait to meet her





aprillventer (70.6 days ago)
In Health and Development > Development animation
hi im 14weeks and showing





aprillventer (70.6 days ago)
In Health and Development > Development animation
hi im 14weeks and showing





kvalles91 (75.4 days ago)
In Health and Development > Development animation
yay!! about to turn 35 weeks!! 35 days to go!!





Melisa2002 (77.4 days ago)
In Health and Development > Development animation
yay! i am soo happy!
I am nearly 21 wks pregnant! :)
My Baby boy is kicking soo hard!
I am 20 wks and 6 days!
Due Date: 17/09/14





teamhill122314 (81.8 days ago)
In Health and Development > Development animation
Yay I`m almost 7 weeks, I jst can`t believe I`m pregnant ! ! !





babyvelez (86.9 days ago)
In x > Missed Abortion
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kvalles91 (105.1 days ago)
In Health and Development > Development animation
30 weeks!! 5 more day and ill be 8 months!!!





Mama Jay (109.1 days ago)
In Feeding and Care > How long should you breastfeed
With my first son I breastfed for a year, I hope with my son to come I can do the same thing...





bryandra (111.2 days ago)
In Health and Development > Development animation
almost 13 weeks, (: i wish time would go by a little faster. im not showing...





domosplace (111.2 days ago)
In Health and Development > Development animation
SOOOO COOOL 5wks i cant wait to see my nugget on the scan : )





ChoclateMommie (112.3 days ago)
In Health and Development > Development animation
17 weeks!!! so anxious for my 21 week scan...i will be finding out if my baby a boy or girl; sooooo excited!





kvalles91 (117.3 days ago)
In Health and Development > Development animation
almost 29 weeks!! I cant wait for my baby girl





Rea (120 days ago)
In Health and Development > Development animation
I used pregnancy test and the result is negative :(





Sarita (120.4 days ago)
In Health and Development > Development animation
good one....







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