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    Sunday night tv show: In The Womb

    http://www.nationalgeographic.com/channel/inthewomb/

    Check out this show...it's called In The Womb and it's on Sunday night... I am really excited to see it!!

    Before it takes its first breath,
    a human baby has been through
    an incredible transformation...

    From a single cell to a complex, self-sustaining organism. With ground-breaking photography, computer graphics, and 4-D imaging, In the Womb reveals this amazing process as the first heart cells begin to beat, the nerve cells flicker to life, and the senses develop.





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    I just set Tivo to record it. Thanks for the heads up!
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    My husband just told me about this. How cool will that be to watch! I cant wait! The little sneak preview was amazing. I wonder if they can hear that much. I guess we will see. Thanks for posting that.
    Tammie


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    awesome preview! i have tivo all set for it (isn't tivo the best!!)
    Sarah (32) & Bobby (32)
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    **Bump**

    Just a reminder to watch this tonight!!





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    I just found out we don't have have the National Geographic Channel. I'm so bummed because I had been looking forward to watching it all week.

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    That show was wayyyyyy too cool! How awesome was it to see more of where our babies would all be according to the show. I loved it. It also gave me reasurrance about my babies and how they will do if I give birth early. I wont go past 36 weeks but that show seemed to think that everything is totally fine if you just make it to 35! I just hope and pray I can make it that far!
    Tammie


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    i only watched the first half....fell asleep at 9! but i tivo'd it, and i'll be watching the rest of it later on today. but what i saw was pretty cool!
    Sarah (32) & Bobby (32)
    Cami ~ 6yrs old
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