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#1 of 2 Old 07-09-2011, 04:15 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Our baby shower is tomorrow!!!!!!  WHOOOOOOOO HOOOOOOOOOOO!

 

Our original EDD was the 17th, moved (due to measurements) back to the 29th then to Aug 3rd.

 

Well, considering how SMALL the baby and I both are...we've moved our preparations back towards the 17th...though he's welcome to bake for as little or as long as he wants.  Ok...that's a lie!  He can't come until AFTER Wednesday...as my Rhogam won't arrive from out-of-state 'til MOnday, and the pool won't be here til Wednesday.  THEN...he may come! :-)

 

So, my mom and I are at Costco this afternoon purchasing stuff for the shower, and just pushing hte buggy, my mom grabs my wrist.  And says, "OH MY YOU ARE HOT!"  I didn't feel warm.  And I wasn't over-working myself as Mom went and got a flat-bed adn made me "ride" for most of our shopping!

 

During supper, I asked DH if he thought I felt warm.  He said yes.  Should we be taking any precautions?  Does he need to go purchase a thermometer?  If I'm "warm", what do we do?

 

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I'd get a thermometer. If you have a fever, you may be more suceptible to sickness (if you arent already getting sick) and there may be people who are carrying sickness at your shower. I'd hate to have a cold during labor.

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