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I am pregnant for the first time and would like some other moms and moms to be to talk to about the stuff I'm going through and what I should be doing to prepare for baby to come home.
Hello! I'm pregnant for the first time also and feel very clueless. :)
I don't know if you are still looking for other moms, but I'm in Minot and just had a baby boy in November. I am a SAHM and would love to have another mom to talk to!
Let me know if anyone is still around, I'd be interested in getting this group going again!
First timer as well. Just found out Sunday. Hate that they make you wait so long to go to the doctor's. I have so many questions already! Excited for what is to come.
Also a FTM here. I delivered my son at 39w on 3/21/13. Perfect 8lb 0oz with 10 tiny fingers and 10 tiny toes.
I live in the Greater Bangor area and would love to connect with other FTM's, especially since I am doing this solo for the next few months until Daddy comes home from Afghanistan.
I'm by no means an expert, but I've already done the pregnancy thing start to finish, so if I can answer any questions for those of you still going through yours, I'd be happy to help.
My biggest piece of advice for pregnancy and afterwards is to listen to your gut and your instincts. You know your body and will know your baby better than any doctor ever could. If you're pregnant and something doesn't feel right or normal, don't ignore it. If you're at home with your infant and they're acting odd to you, don't listen if a doctor says it's normal. You know what's normal for your baby, so make sure they listen when you tell them something is wrong and get it checked out.
Feel free to message me at any time. I'm also on Facebook if you want to look me up. I'll be around trying to get my stupid signature to update instead of giving me the error message a billion times.