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Are we there yet?


Ok... I have to confess. I am getting impatient and is secretly wishing that beanie will arrive really really soon.

Only a few days away from full term, yet i feel like time has kinda slowed down and it is sometimes hard to stay focused at work. I feel like i have been pregnant forever, and cannot wait to get rid of the heaviness.

While some mummies to be are fearing the pending labour, here i am wishing i can just press the fast forward button and get on with it.

Am i the only one feeling this way? Anyone care to share?



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  1. Anonymous8:41 pm

    Yes my dear, it's like that one! Enjoy your few more days and lots of sleep. Cos when your little one comes... it's sleepless nights for a LOOONGGGG time - Lis

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