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16 weeks today. Where is the time going???

16 weeks today. Where is the time going???

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  • Tracey and Neil Tracey and Neil's Avatar 01-21-09 | 06:45 PM
  • The time until I was 12 weeks went really slow, but now each week is flying by!! Maybe a little too quickly!
     
  • Dopey406 Dopey406's Avatar 01-21-09 | 06:48 PM

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    I love reading your updates!!
     
Thank you Dopey406!
Tracey and Neil (01-23-09)
  • Keepers Keepers's Avatar 01-21-09 | 07:11 PM
  • I can not believe that you are already 16 weeks. I love it. Cant wait to see your little one in your arms.
Thank you Keepers!
Tracey and Neil (01-23-09)
  • wendysue611 wendysue611's Avatar 01-21-09 | 07:20 PM
  • I know how you feel Tracey! It's amazing how certain times in pregnancy go so slow and the next thing you know a few weeks have gone by. I'm really excited for you!
Thank you wendysue611!
Tracey and Neil (01-23-09)
  • Valleygirl Valleygirl's Avatar 01-21-09 | 07:27 PM
  • I can't believe you are 16 weeks already. Personally I truly loved being pregnant and even though I was so happy to have my babies in my arms I was always a little sad when the pregnancy was over, it always seems to go by too fast, enjoy every minute
     
Thank you Valleygirl!
Tracey and Neil (01-23-09)

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