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Sunday, January 2, 2011

Tickers..

So I updated a ticker for Grace and put one up for the new baby, but the one for the new baby is wayyyy off. The most I can be is exactly 4 weeks, and it is saying that I am almost six weeks?? So if you guys look at that it is wrong. I've been trying to fix it, but it's not working.. ohh well. Just wanted to let you guys know.

UPDATE>> I fixed it, but I had to put in that my due date was Sept. 11th (versus Aug. 28th-ish). That thing is almost two weeks off. They should look into fixing that. Oh well.. at least it is tracking me from where I am supposed to be.

6 comments:

  1. If you got pregnant on December 5th, like you said in the previous post, then you would be 6 weeks along. (And it would make your due date August 28th.) Doctors say that when you get pregnant you are already 2 weeks along. :)

    Congrats on the baby!

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  2. yea the tickers can be aggrevating

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  3. Ohh really?? I had no clue. No one has ever told me that, even my doctors. Do you know why they do it that way?

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  4. My doctor said that the reason is because they usually go from the first date of your last period, not the date you actually conceived. And the First day of your last period is usually 2 weeks before most women get pregnant. So they add the 2 weeks to get a more accurate due date.

    That sounded really confusing when I just read it back to myself. Hope I didn't confuse you!

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  5. It is confusing, but I understand it lol.

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  6. O wow cool!!!! I knew it was some crazy math but not exactly what. That is awesome!!!

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