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Guessing time!!

Ok, it's getting close. Time to guess his birthdate, weight, length..
(hints: at the 30 wk sono they said he was measuring about 5.5 lbs, and my due date is January 20th..)


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  1. Que Deus abençoe você e sua linda família,saúde a todos.Feliz Natal e um ANO NOVO cheio de paz e alegrias.

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  2. Lady, you are getting ready! My guess is January 17, 7 lb. 8 oz, 20"! Is there a prize? (I guess you are the one who gets the prize!)

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  3. Jan 21, 7 lbs 2 oz, 20 inches. You are looking awesome! Hang in there!

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  4. I'm going to guess January 15th too, it's my brother's b-day and that is a lucky day indeed! 8lbs, 9 oz. 19 inches long. You look fabulous! I hope you feel as good as you look. oxox

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  5. Great self-portrait! Best wishes on your labor and delivery, whatever date he's born. Congratulations!

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  6. Wow, that went fast. Time sure does fly. I will guess 1/23/2013 (my son's birthday) and 7 lbs. 15 oz. 19 inches long. You look great!

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  7. i'm guessing the 23rd too...it's my birthday!

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  8. Jan 18th, 8lbs 2oz, 20"
    congrats to you!

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  9. January 14, 7# 5oz, 21"
    Best wishes to you and the family. What a nice Christmas gift to you all!!

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  10. January 16, 7lb 14.5 ounces. 19 1/2 inches. I'm sure this will be the winner - I'm fairly intuitive. Good luck - you look great!

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  11. 25th December, 3kg, in a stable. But maybe that's a bit early? So, instead, how about the Orthodox Christmas date of 6th December? Happy waiting! And how nice that you probably don't have to travel on a donkey to the maternity ward.

    Your blog is a delight: it got me paper-piecing all over the place. Thank you!

    xx JJ

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  12. January 21, 7lbs. 6oz, 19" long and another redhead, I predict.

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  13. I am going to guess 8lbs 2oz for weight (not sure kg) and I think he will be 19 & 1/2 inches long born on January 15th.

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