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    Yay Thermo!

    I don't have much to report on, except that I'm still getting 'morning' sickness The ginger, vit B and seabands don't work, so I'm just riding it out

    I had a pretty bad reaction about HBing from a friend the other day - she is appalled that I'm not having an OB Then she found out I didn't have one with DS either and she was just gobsmacked. Meh, oh well.

    Scarymary - Congrats on finishing work!!

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    Still suffering nausea here. Some okay days then shocking days, its awful.

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    hey ladies

    i hear you on the crazy GP's! we only moved here this year so i haven't even found a regular one yet. The only one i have been to was for DS and he told me to panadol my child every 3 hours for at least 3 days because he had a temp...of 37.6!!
    Needless to say i had a few things to say and he had a very grown up hissy fit and we haven't been back since!
    IM's all the way for us!

    risk wise im feeling a whole lot safer out of the medical system! i also drive and car and my DP is in the military...so having a baby doesn't really seem all that risky!

    Nice to see two more in here Congrats Aya and Thermo!

    Oh and about having to get transfered to hospital...my midwife told me a very interesting thing...it takes a minimum of 15 mins to set up a theatre (most of the time much longer)...so even if you were in the hospital, you still have to wait! It's only a 15 min drive to my hospital so i not stressed about that!

    AFM - i have somehow managed to get gastro Not sure how i managed to get it AFTER finishing work! (i work in childcare)...but it is not nice. DP is on late shift tonight but i made him get up and take DS to daycare. Now i just have to survive the time between picking him up and putting him to bed! (only about 3 hours!) Belly Bubba is complaining cause he/she is hungry...but so far i can't keep anything down

    Thermo - guess what my midwife just bought?? ... A thermomix!! Im so super jealous right now!

    Hope everyone and their bubbas are doing well today

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    I hope your feeling better soon DB I'm not surprised, they have an interest free period at the moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Aya~ View Post
    Kymmy - You were just "lucky" Thats what my GP told me when he found out I freebirthed last time

    Hi everyone I used to be DramaQueen

    I am having another homebirth this time with a lovely IM.

    I have been (stupidly) going to the hospital in between visits with my IM, to try and save some money off her fees, but I seriously can't take their BS any longer so am just staying with the IM

    I am about 23 weeks, due in early March.

    Hope to keep up with you all
    Oh sorry I completely missed this post I blame the iPhone!

    Congratulations I look forward to hearing about more of your journey

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    Hi Thermo and Aya, Congratulations and so nice to see you in here. And hi everyone else.

    Needed a shot of sanity today. Having a minor temporary (I hope) freakout . Don't know if it's about the birth or the 18 or so years after Lol. Prob set up by DH spending the day at home today and managing to be under my feet while almost competely ignoring me (sob story).

    Anyway - reading everyone else's posts have helped I think. Only still half freaked out .

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    Spicemum, I went through a 6-or-so week MAJOR freekout at the thought of having a child. No one else around me would admit to ever feeling that way and I was really worried I'd ruined my life forever. Thank God I'm over that now (minor freekouts every now and then) and am really looking forward to meeting bubba. So don't worry, you're not alone

    Just a quick question for everyone: who of you are getting scans and who aren't? I'm so happy to know that I'm going to have a daughter, but I also feel a little guilty and am confident I won't be getting anything done next time.

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    No scans here unless I feel the need

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thermolicious View Post
    No scans here unless I feel the need
    Same. Like last time.

    Welcome Aya.


 

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