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    Jfb - Woooooooooo hoooooooooooooo yipeeeeee another baby on the way.....i'm thinking boy already....don't really know why.....that is such fantastic news....I have the biggest smile on my face

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    Yip yip yahoo!!!!

    Awesome news JFB, so happy for you... and yes, i can understand your relief with the one!!!!

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    Jfb - Just did a post and its gone

    Woooooooooooooooooooo hoooooooooooooooooooo excellent news...

    CONGRATULATIONS another bubba on the way for you and us go our little tread.....go.

    I'm already thinking blue again for you.........will you find out the sex????

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    JFB - woohoooo... congratulations....so happy for you, dh and H
    Thank goodness!!! mmm, thinking blue as well. Don't they say high hcg for boys? not sure where I got that from, or is it high heartbeat?

    M4N - fantastic news on amnio

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    hi

    thanks, i wasnt too worried re twins...H's level was similar. still u never know....i just say boy cos seriously on dh's side there are no girls so i honestly beleive when u get no gender of one side for two generations there has got to be sperm deficiency happening anyway i guess the NT scan will be around 22 Oct i think so all going good til then.

    amum, no dont think we will find out sex i like the surprise. kismet the high hcg and hb is girl...but for H it was wrong, he had both and he is alllllllllllll boy.

    as for clingyness well..H is just starting to get like this....constantly wants to be picked up, dinner time its always me he tries to scab off, wants me to hold him when he watches tele etc....wot can u do except try every distraction strategy known to man.

    welld one mum4nay on the results, big relief, now u can relax and sell / buy houses.

    spot: thanks for popping in, i read your post in the 35+, so sorry life is a downer right now and with your poor doggie so ill , take care of yourself.

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    Congratulations JFB I'm also thinking boy for you!!!
    Mum4nay glad your scan came back all ok, I don't envy you cleaning & selling etc.

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    JFB...Woohoo congratsI am thinking a boy as well..

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    Jfb, just wonderful news . One healthy little bubs growing away in there

    AFU, visit to step dads was as expected - everything gone, minus a couple of tapestries mum had done, so I did manage to grab those. Mum's piano he had given to my brother who did not even bother showing up to mum's funeral (mum would be turning in her grave) so I am going to ask the executor to see if he can make my step dad get it back; other than that, I have no chance of doing anything more as the solicitor said my step dad can dispute the will based on the fact that he has been with mum for over 30 years making her posessions his. I will have to take satisfaction in the fact that I will just never have to see my step father again. I have no need to tolerate him for mum's sake anymore. He did not even have the decency to scatter mum's ashes out at sea as she had stated in her will. I hired the boat and he was too busy to come. Good riddins to him.

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    Alittle - very disheartening situation for you. I'm glad you got to do your mum's final wish for her without him around and now you can rid him from your life forever.

    JFB - E's hcg certainly wasn't high and heartbeat was average so can't say I'd believe that theory anymore. There's always a 1st for everything, trends in gender can be broken too!

    Evie on anti-b's for minor ear infection, her clingyness is becoming a habit too. Must admit it's nice when she wants her cuddles but she just seems to want them when I need to be doing something. I've come to believe from watching friend's kids over the years they have a radar for when you are occupied, particularly when you're on the phone, that's always a good time for them to act up.

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    Alittle. Gosh he sounds like a piece of work. You will always remember and treasure your mum. And you are right you never have to see him again. And he can live out his life selfish and alone.

    Kismet. Maybe it's the age? A lot of us seem to have clingy babies at the moment. I don't so much mind the cuddling it's the CONSTANT book reading that's killing me


 

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