If you’ve made your way to The Bump because you’re newly-pregnant, congratulations! We have a sneaking suspicion more brand-new moms-to-be will be visiting the site today, since a new study marks Jan. 17 as the most common day to get a positive pregnancy test.
The date comes two weeks after the UK’s National Babymaking Day (Jan. 2), a date flagged for falling 38 weeks (the length of an average pregnancy) before Sept. 26, when the highest number of babies are born.
With this data—and their very own study of 1,435 moms— ChannelMum decided to take…
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