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Mommaof3Girls 3 kids; Kansas 52 posts
9th Oct '12

Ok. Well I'm not at all upset but I just see a lot of people jumping all over some of the women in these posts. Just saying some people in these posts need to take a chill pill and quit jumping all over others. : ) Not specifically this post but I've seen it a lot in other posts so I was just saying go back and reread before you be rude to someone.

That girl Amber +2 2 kids; California 6981 posts
9th Oct '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Mommaof3Girls:</b>" Ok. Well I'm not at all upset but I just see a lot of people jumping all over some of the women in these ... [snip!] ... this post but I've seen it a lot in other posts so I was just saying go back and reread before you be rude to someone."</blockquote>




I think you need to be here a little longer before you decide to tell the rest of us bow to act

Mommaof3Girls 3 kids; Kansas 52 posts
9th Oct '12

Ok. I'm done being nice to those of you who want to act like little b***hes to everyone!! You have no idea how long I have being using this site. Just because I just got an account and got tired of see all the "KNOW IT ALLS" bash others doesn't mean I haven't been a guest on here for quiet some time. I'm typically a very laid back easy going kind of person but I'm totally sick of b***hes like you running your mouths all over to other women on this site trying to belittle and downgrade them and what they believe. If you don't agree with what someone has to say you can say it NICELY you don't have to be a hateful b***h about it. So that being said DO NOT reply to me again. Now maybe you find something a little more constructive to do with your time then sit behind your keyboard and act like your hot shit and know EVERYTHING there is to know about pregnancy.

That girl Amber +2 2 kids; California 6981 posts
9th Oct '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Mommaof3Girls:</b>" Ok. I'm done being nice to those of you who want to act like little b***hes to everyone!! You have no ... [snip!] ... with your time then sit behind your keyboard and act like your hot shit and know EVERYTHING there is to know about pregnancy."</blockquote>



Feel better, hypocrite?

Mommaof3Girls 3 kids; Kansas 52 posts
9th Oct '12

Hypocrite?!?! Really??? Bahahahaha. I never came on here claiming I know ANYTHING. I am just simply standing up for the woman who got attacked for saying she was "term at 37 weeks." WTF does what she believes have to do with you anyways?!?! If you don't agree, leave her damn post and she will eventually figure it out on her own... That's all I was saying. Don't tell me that I haven't been here long enough to see that there are a bunch of jealous b***hes that love attacking others on this site when they don't agree with what the other is saying. In other words. DROP it and MOVE THE f**k ON already! Have a lovely day. : )

That girl Amber +2 2 kids; California 6981 posts
9th Oct '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Mommaof3Girls:</b>" Hypocrite?!?! Really??? Bahahahaha. I never came on here claiming I know ANYTHING. I am just simply standing ... [snip!] ... they don't agree with what the other is saying. In other words. DROP it and MOVE THE f**k ON already! Have a lovely day. : )"</blockquote>



She said full term in her OP, as you can see in the quote in the second post of this thread. We just told her that 37 weeks is term, not full term, so she would t freak out as badly.



As for you being a hypocrite-- must be nice to waltz in here and tell people how theycan and cant talk to other people.

Cynthia Stevenson Due October 18 (girl); 2 kids; Elko, Nevada 184 posts
9th Oct '12
Quoting !*Waiting for December*!:" I am due 12/12/12 and I keep thinking I am term around 11/21/12 and here in a about two weeks that's ... [snip!] ... that. I don't know why. I am so excited to meet him but it's just scary, that I'm going to be a mommy. Were you scared?"


ok full term is 40 weeks yes but you can safely deliver any time after 37 weeks.. so dont stress about that lol... and yes having a baby is scary as shit lol but once you have him you will completely forget about evry thing else lol... i was scared with my first and second and im on my 3rd and yes im scared and nervous and excited all at the same time so yes its normal... :)

Mommaof3Girls 3 kids; Kansas 52 posts
9th Oct '12
Quoting Cynthia Stevenson:" ok full term is 40 weeks yes but you can safely deliver any time after 37 weeks.. so dont stress about ... [snip!] ... my first and second and im on my 3rd and yes im scared and nervous and excited all at the same time so yes its normal... :)"


Ahhh. Nice to see someone nicely explain something on here. Kudos to Cynthia Stevenson for being polite. : )

That girl Amber +2 2 kids; California 6981 posts
9th Oct '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Mommaof3Girls:</b>" Ahhh. Nice to see someone nicely explain something on here. Kudos to Cynthia Stevenson for being polite. : )"</blockquote>




We werent even rude, unlike your crazy ass

Cynthia Stevenson Due October 18 (girl); 2 kids; Elko, Nevada 184 posts
9th Oct '12
Quoting Mommaof3Girls:" Ahhh. Nice to see someone nicely explain something on here. Kudos to Cynthia Stevenson for being polite. : )"


no problem i dont like people being rude to me either and honestly i find it pointless when they get their panties in a bunch haha plus she asked a simple question about being scared not what term and full term... its just words

. , ., VA, United States 74525 posts
status 9th Oct '12
Quoting Mommaof3Girls:" Ok. I'm done being nice to those of you who want to act like little b***hes to everyone!! You have no ... [snip!] ... with your time then sit behind your keyboard and act like your hot shit and know EVERYTHING there is to know about pregnancy."

Someone's angry. Take your own advice.



And to people posting links, there's just as many that say 40 weeks is full term. It's actually common sense when you think about it. How long is a full pregnancy? 40 weeks. 37 is term as in they won't stop it if you go into labor. That's all.



http://www.whattoexpect.com/pregnancy/your-baby/week-40/company.aspx
http://www.babiesonline.com/pregnancy/week-by-week/week40.asp




Pregnancy is considered "at term" when gestation has lasted 37 complete weeks (occurring at the transition from the 37th to the 38th week of gestation), but is less than 42 weeks of gestational age (occurring at the transition from the 42st week to the 43rd week of gestation, or between 259 and 294 days since LMP). "Full term" refers to the gestation having lasted 40 weeks from the first day of the mother's last menstrual period. This is the end of gestation on average. Alternatively expressed, this corresponds to a gestational age of 40 weeks and 0 days,
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pregnancy

AnniesMama Due November 14; 1 child; Hughes Springs, Texas 37 posts
9th Oct '12

GIRL.... i am TERRIFIED... and I'm already a mom to a sweet little girl!! We just celebrated her first birthday in July!! So, it hasn't been THAT long since I had her.... HOWEVER, she was born at 28 weeks, But that's not what I'm scared of....lol. I'm already (almost) 35 weeks, and as each week passes, I get more and more terrified.... of EVERYTHING..... Contractions...back labor.... epidural (my last didn't take)..... DELIVERY..... just everything..... not counting how I am going to manage 2 little ones, still in diapers... don't worry, hun, you're not alone!! :))

Pickle Due September 2 (boy); 1 child; 1 angel baby; Kentucky 4205 posts
9th Oct '12
Quoting Amberchik78:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Mommaof3Girls:</b>" Hypocrite?!?! Really??? Bahahahaha. I never ... [snip!] ... As for you being a hypocrite-- must be nice to waltz in here and tell people how theycan and cant talk to other people.


You are being rude she's right.

Pickle Due September 2 (boy); 1 child; 1 angel baby; Kentucky 4205 posts
9th Oct '12

i'm due around the time you are and this is my first and i'm really nervous about the birth not so much about having him here. just don't know what to expect since every birth is different! congrats hope you have a easy delivery!