My mom has asked me at least a dozen times what my EXACT due date is. I am full-term starting April 1st (37 weeks), so I could go anytime in April. So I just say I'm due in April. There is no reason whatsoever for someone to need to know the exact due date - it's just a guess based on the average length of pregnancy. How exactly is that information useful to her in any way?
No matter how many times I tell her that I'm term any time in April, I keep getting hassled. She keeps asking like I've never said anything and she's just curious. "Do you have an actual due date?" "Have they told you when you're due yet?" "You keep saying April, but what DAY???"
IT'S NOT AN EVICTION DATE! Why are people so consumed with the specific date when it's just a guess? If you go to an OB, they're going to change it five times anyway, it's not like it's an exact science and they can predict exactly what day the baby will be born. You know I'm full-term for the entire month of April, why is knowing the specific day I'm 40 weeks so all-fired important to you??