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Looking for Mums to be in Canberra area
Im due 23/4


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#1 Nicole42

Posted 06 February 2013 - 01:15 PM

Hi ladies,

I'm just starting to look around to see if there are any other mums to be in the Canberra Area. Have been having some issues with bubs dad and am doing this on my own now... sad.gif  mad.gif

I'm due 23 April however may be having a c-section at about 36 weeks due to low lying placenta (wont know until start of March though).

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#2 BabyBumpAndBree

Posted 09 February 2013 - 10:05 AM

Hi Nicole! I'm a mum to be on the 16th of August and live in Canberra.

I'm sorry to hear that you are doing it on your own now but you're a strong woman and all you'll need is a good support system original.gif

If you ever want to chat or meet up for lunch (I'm new in Canberra and I know it can get pretty lonely) you are more than welcome to message me!

-Bree
P.s I live on the South side original.gif




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