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That is a good question, probably not, although I remind him when the week turns over, which is tomorrow - double digits, finally He, too, will know better once I am later in the pg, he will also probably know when I hit the 2nd trimester, because I will be doing a countdown - lol!
I'm pretty sure my husband doesn't have a clue how far along I am or what our actual due date is (he does know it's in June sometime ). He get's better about it towards the 3rd trimester though, at least he did in the past.
I tell him every saturday how many weeks I am, because That's when it changes. I also have it written on the Calendar on the fridge. With all that said, if someone asked him how far along I was he probably wouldn't know exactly lol
I'm pretty sure he has no idea. I remind him every week when I tell him the baby's newest development (fingernails this week!) and he always says "ew", but I bet if someone asked him how far along I was he'd just say "Well she's due in june..so.. A couple months or something"
Kailey(21) Cloth diapering, breastfeeding, babywearing, extended RF'ing, slightly crazy mommy to Ashlynn (3 1/2 * 1/28/10) and Matthew (13 months * 6/20/12)
My husband has more trackers/ticklers on his phone than I do.
He could probably give you the information without looking on his phone though. He could also tell you how big the baby is, when second trimester starts and whats new with baby this week.
He usually tells me
He's more excited than me most days.