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    Hi,
    Sorry to crash this thread but i lived on king island and had the option of either tassie or Victoria for my ante natal appointments and where I wanted to give birth.
    I think it depends where in tas you are


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    Quote Originally Posted by NessaM24 View Post
    Hi,
    Sorry to crash this thread but i lived on king island and had the option of either tassie or Victoria for my ante natal appointments and where I wanted to give birth.
    I think it depends where in tas you are


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    Well that would make sense! Did not think of that

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    Hi ladies!

    DP and I have just moved back to tassie after years in Brisbane.

    We are on the eastern shore and expecting our first bub at the end if next month. I've been referred to the Royal but as yet I've not heard from them so I am currently Hospital-less

    I don't really know anyone here as all my old friends have either moved or we lost contact.

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    Hi LoveyDovey

    Welcome back. I'm on the Eastern shore too. Hope you're prepared for a good old Tassie winter...

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    Hi baby may

    I'm so loving this cooler weather right now...since being pregnant I hardly feel the cold. DP on the other hand has the heater pumped up to the max already!

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    Baby may and lovey dovey i'm on the Eastern Shore too. I currently have the heater on and DH's thermals on

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    Majestic Hiss...that's usually how I am too! I'm just finding it so warm lately...must be a pregnancy thing!

    DP is away on business so I am able to have the house as cool as I like. It was like a sauna in here the other night as he left the heater on allllll night long. I had to sleep on top of the doona!

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    I'll be moving (back) to Hobart in around 2yrs - have been up here on the Gold Coast since 2007 and I'm royally sick of it here LOL Too blardy hot!

    Being that I've lived on both the Eastern and Northern Shores, I'm finding it hard to decide where the kids and I want to live when we come back (have a sister/niece/nephew in Moonah, but a friend in Howrah), so I think it'll have to come down to where the appropriate schooling is for us. DS has Asperger's and ADHD so I'd need a school that understands and is empathetic/inclusive to those with special needs ..... anyone have any recommendations for me?


 

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