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Old 12-30-09, 03:56 PM
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Default 19 days... checking in, talking to myself, etc

Well... it's December 30th so I guess the baby is going to be a 2010 baby! I'd love it if he came tomorrow though!
Or even New Years Day!

I am wondering how I'll do when I actually have to go back to work next week! I'll survive I suppose, and it'll keep my mind occupied.

I have a doctor's appointment tomorrow too so maybe she'll check me and tell me I've made some progress.

I can remember wondering what people were talking about when they were at the end of their pregnancies with all their aches and pains and such. I'm always nervous (I hate surprises!) about when it'll happen and having my heart set on a vaginal delivery, but I've never been so uncomfortable and exhausted. DH keeps saying "good thing this is the last one!" I think he wants me to remember this time so I don't get anymore "ideas."

If you made it this far... congrats.
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Old 12-30-09, 05:37 PM
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Wont be long now. I remember going in at 37weeks to the day and he said "ok tonight I need you to be at the hospital at midnight." I was like "What, tonight?" They could say that tomorrow. Maybe, right? It wont be much longer and you will be holding that cute little boy!
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I keep checking in here to see if you've popped yet!

Did you plan on working up until the day of? I'd probably try to get on medical leave before just cuz it was always so hard for me to waddle around in my last month!
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Old 12-30-09, 08:22 PM
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I can't believe it is so close already! Maybe your doc will tell you to go in tomorrow night?!
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I doubt she will, but I am hoping that she will at least check me to see if I'm dialated at all.

I can't go on medical leave now, because I only get 12 weeks in all to have the baby, so if I start my FML now, I will have to go back when the baby is only 8 weeks old instead of 12. I'm planning on working right till the baby's born, so that's why I'm hoping to pop soon!
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