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Baby SW MI Planner - when?

PlannerByDay

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Tranplanner said:
Should we be starting a pool? :)!!!! [/B]

A guess the baby delivery date and time.

My guess: Saturday the 17th at 12:10PM

Good Luck SW MI Planner on the delivery and I wish you and your new family and lifetime of joy and happyness
 

NHPlanner

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Ok....if we're going down this road.....

Boy

9 lbs, 10 oz

January 20th @ 7:22 AM

Edited after soliciting some "expert advice." ;)
 

Gedunker

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Congratulations and Best Wishes SW MI Planner! Becoming a parent is the coolest (and just a little scary).

My guess is
A Girl
8lbs 12oz
19 inches
19.1.2004
5:26 am

10 little fingers and 10 little toes!
 

Planner Groupie

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Because apparently I am "no fun", I thought I would throw in my guess

My first vibe was boy

9lbs 1 oz

Jan 23rd

no idea on the time. Those little suckers come when they are ready
 

nerudite

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I'll pick Monday, January 19 around 3:00 a.m. I'm guessing it will be a girl.

It's about time something good happens on a Monday!
 

JNL

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I reckon a 9 pound boy on Sunday 18th at 4:23am.

All the best for a nice easy delivery SW MI Planner!
 
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Good lord folks! I'm going to break from the prevailing sentiment and go smaller -
Girl
7lbs 2 oz.
January 18
2:31 am
 

Tranplanner

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Downtown said:
Good lord folks! I'm going to break from the prevailing sentiment and go smaller -

Uh...SW MI Planner already told us the baby weighed 8lbs a week or so ago. I think that's why we're all betting on it being a BIG baby!
 

Jen

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Best wishes on this momentous occasion!!!

My guess:

beautiful Girl
Wednesday jan 21
not less than 9lbs 8 oz.
 

Trail Nazi

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I am going to guess smaller too because ultrasounds are not always accurate when determining weight.

Jan 19th
7:58 a.m.
Girl
7 lbs. 11 oz
 

Wannaplan?

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Wanigas? said:
Thursday, January 15, 2004 at 1:15 pm and it will be a boy, 8.5 pounds.

Just got word that SW MI Planner had a girl on Thursday, January 15, 2004 at 11:58 pm at 9 lbs - 1 oz and 19.25 inches long.

Mother and father are doing great!!
 

biscuit

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Alright SW MI Planner! Best wishes to both the baby and new mom! :b:

Well, Wanigas guessed the correct date but Planner Groupie was the only one to get the correct weight (I was only off by an ounce), so I suppose they will have to share the naming rights of the newborn. ;-)
 
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donk

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Alright SW MI Planner! Best wishes to both the baby and new mom! :b:

Well, Wanigas guessed the correct date but Planner Groupie was the only one to get the correct weight (I was only off by an once), so I suppose they will have to share the naming rights of the newborn. ;-)

So that makes the baby's official name

Wanigas Planner Groupie Biscuit or is Biscuit Planner Groupie Wanigas better?

Congrats
 

Zoning Goddess

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Congratulations to you on your new daughter! And she arrived on her actual due date, how rare is that? Looking forward to seeing some new-baby pictures!
 

JNA

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Congrats :-}
Glad everybody is doing well!

? On naming are you traditional by using family names or going trendy?
 

Gedunker

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Outstanding! Congratulations to Mom, Dad and baby! Now get some sleep! :-D
 

mendelman

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Congrats on the new life creation! I heard newborns are a breeze! ;-)

JNA said:
? On naming are you traditional by using family names or going trendy?

Yeah, you need something like 'Taylor' or 'Austin' or 'Cascade'. Something wonderfully gender ambiguous.
 

SW MI Planner

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Thanks everyone!! I'll get a picture posted shortly. We are all doing well, trying to get situated. Can't believe I'm off work for 12 weeks.

We went with a really traditional name - Josephine Grace. She is named after two of our grandmothers.
 
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