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When you due

(15 Posts)
maza09 Tue 10-Jan-17 14:54:30

Anyone else due in march

MrsChrisPratt Tue 10-Jan-17 15:25:18

Yes, 22nd. What about you?

ExpectoPatronummmm Tue 10-Jan-17 18:31:11

Yes 23rd smile

Brussels1 Tue 10-Jan-17 21:09:46

Yeah 30th where are you guys having your baby's! grin

MrsChrisPratt Tue 10-Jan-17 22:08:03

I'm in the West Midlands, and planning to go to Russels Hall hospital.

maza09 Tue 10-Jan-17 22:08:03

Im due on the 4th and derriford cornwall

Brussels1 Wed 11-Jan-17 11:32:16

I'm in the north west and going to Preston hospital

Mouse510 Wed 11-Jan-17 21:45:14

Yes, I'm due the 5th, I'm in Perthshire and planning on going to a mlu.

FashionMommy Fri 13-Jan-17 09:43:53

Mid March smile

BeccaSays Fri 13-Jan-17 10:42:35

Yes 12th March in Norwich. There's a March babies thread, look in the antenatal clubs.

Pointlesscrap Fri 13-Jan-17 13:13:14

I'm supposed to be due on the 2nd March if this baby turns the right way in time for my next scan if not then I'll be going in earlier for an elective c-section. Totally fed up now

kathrynelizabeth3005 Sat 14-Jan-17 15:11:12

Becca, I'm also in Norwich and due 15th of April! Are you delivering at the N&N? 😘

BeccaSays Sun 15-Jan-17 10:42:46

Kathryn, yes at the N&N. Its my first baby, is it yours? smile

Pointlesscrap my baby is also breech at the moment, got 32 week scan tomorrow. Have you tried any exercises to spin yours? I was googling about it yesterday. I'm hoping I'll get some advice at the antenatal classes.

kathrynelizabeth3005 Sun 15-Jan-17 20:48:32

Becca, yes it's my first! smile
I've PM'd you!

Pointlesscrap Wed 18-Jan-17 00:03:20

Yes Becca I've been doing the stretches and bouncing on the birthing ball. They won't attempt to turn the baby as I've had a previous placental abruption so I'm doing what I can with the help of Dr Google smile

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