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Due in May 2017??

(11 Posts)
jennymac31 Sun 11-Sep-16 11:19:47

Morning Ladies

Just found out i'm 4 weeks pregnant with baby no 2 and wanted to see if there was anyone else who due to have their baby in May 2017?

Apologies if there is already a thread in existence for this due date but I couldn't find it when I originally searched on mumsnet.

Bethany0903 Sun 11-Sep-16 11:28:01

Yes I'm due May 18th so excited my baby number 2 too grin

2sCompany Sun 11-Sep-16 11:50:44

May 2017 - anybody out there? | Mumsnet Discussion

2sCompany Sun 11-Sep-16 11:51:08

Congratulations to you both!

Suzie2287 Sun 11-Sep-16 12:00:40

I'm due at the beginning of May 😊

Prinny94 Sun 11-Sep-16 12:15:17

I'm due in the middle of may smile I'm about 5 weeks smile Congratulations smile

Mummyandwife85 Sun 11-Sep-16 16:20:18

Hi ladies 🙆😘 fount out yesterday on mine n hubby's 6month wedding anniversary that we are just over 4weeks pregnant (my 4th his 1st) we are due 16th may ⏳⌚⏰😊 xx how r u all feeling?? Xx

user1474185230 Mon 19-Sep-16 10:14:57

Hi Ladies,

I just found out I'm pregnant with baby no 2 due 28th of May (my grandma's birthday which is nice) Pregnancy test picked it up 5 day before I was due!!! Never had that with my 1st!

Have you had any symptoms? I've had bad nausea really early on which made me test earlier than normal.

Hope everyone enjoys it!! X

JOMH1982 Mon 19-Sep-16 10:33:02

Yep! Due middle of May, very cautious though as this is pregnancy no. 5 but would be our second child. Good luck to us all xx

LaBelleClara Mon 19-Sep-16 11:43:01

Hi ladies, new to these boards - am 4+4 with my second pregnancy (first one ended in mmc in June at ten weeks), due at the end of May.

Congrats all!

Mummyandwife85 Mon 19-Sep-16 11:53:40

I'm due 16th may with my 4th 👶🍼 congratulations ladies xxx best of luck with ur tiny bubba's😍👶🍼😍

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