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A slow start? Maybe?

I think I may be slowly losing my plug.... (men and anyone with a delicate tummy stop reading now, ok?)

All of yesterday, and again this morning, when ever I have gone to the loo I have had some snotty stuff on the loo paper. There's no pink or brown in it, so it's not a proper "show" but I think the plug might be starting to come away. It's very different to last time, where I just woke up one morning with back ache and had a proper "bloody show", but after seeing some posts by the other mums & mums-to-be who have had or are having similar I can't help but feel hopeful that this could be (all be it very slow) a start....

I'm not having any other signs at the moment, no physical ones anyway. On Sat eve I wound up with pains under my belly when I did the last of my mental tidy up but they went away. Although it was the next morning when I started to get this gooiness.

I think I might take Jack for a walk to the park today. I've already had a cup of Raspberry Leaf Tea. I'll leave Mark here to carry on with his papering, and hopefully digging out the electric fans since neither he nor Jack are sleeping in this heat (I'm loving the warm, but that's me). Maybe a good walk will help to jiggle things around a bit.

Still.... only a couple more days and I'm back as the hospital. So we shall see what's what when I get there! I'm getting very impatient now. I want my baby!

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