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baby dancing

baby dancing
 n.— «Those of you who are familiar with mummyblogs may be aware that it is something of a bloggy tradition to post in knee-trembling detail about every step of the pregnancy saga from the pre-conceptual stages onwards—the initial decision to try, the charting of ovulation dates, the timing of what is coyly referred to in ‘Net pregnancy-group parlance as “baby dancing,” the Two Week Wait.» —“More on the pregnancy story” by Sarah Good Enough Mum (United Kingdom) June 26, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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