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    Congratulations NellyS!!

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    Default The "yes, no, yes , no" ttc thread (for confused people who wnat a baby 'oops')

    Heres hoping. I think we may have DTD on the wrong dates & then my partner was away, that may have been my problem and we also only got to "do it" twice.

    Are you excited? How far along would you be? 3-4 weeks?

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    Default The "yes, no, yes , no" ttc thread (for confused people who wnat a baby 'oops')

    I used the fertility friend app to track my best time it seemed to work , we were dtd about every second day. It still hasn't really sunken in yet, plus I'm a little nervous because I have friends wedding to go to and everyone is going to question why I'm not drinking. But really I'm super excited as is DH, the clear blue test said I'm between 2 and 3 weeks. I feel like I have be a grown up now lol

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    Default The "yes, no, yes , no" ttc thread (for confused people who wnat a baby 'oops')

    People won't notice as long as you don't say no to an alcoholic drink.

    Hold it, you don't have to drink it you can also tactically forget your glass somewhere and then get another one in front of your friends hehe

    I was quite a drinker and none of my friends suspected anything.

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    Default The "yes, no, yes , no" ttc thread (for confused people who wnat a baby 'oops')

    Haha thanks for the tips I will do that, and it will work!

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    Default The "yes, no, yes , no" ttc thread (for confused people who wnat a baby 'oops')

    How are you feeling Nelly? Any morning sickness or other things?

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    Default The "yes, no, yes , no" ttc thread (for confused people who wnat a baby 'oops')

    No morning sickness yet, just really sore nipples also I get cramps at night but from what I've read that's normal. How are you doing?

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    I just came on looking for a thread like this!!! I have a 10 month old and the plan was always to have another one with an 18-24m gap... Docs have said I shouldn't ttc until dd is 12m but last month I found I was pregnant - I lost it as I wasn't taking my blood thinners (cos we weren't trying) and I was utterly distraught. Up until that point I didn't think I was ready and was terrified of the idea of being utd again. I'm still confused by my reaction because I'm still terrified, but at the same time I'm still desperately miserable that I lost (another) one.... *le sigh* Then I found out my OB is preggers - but if we don't start trying for another month, she should be back off leave and I think DH wants to start trying etc and I'm still soooo confused over how I feel.


 

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