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    My birth plan is pretty much do whatever it takes to have the baby, preferably vaginally though. I am perfectly open to the idea of an epidural

    I feel movements a lot now, but DH still can't feel them, too much fat cushioning her I think. lol.

    So my SIL is in the birthing suite as we speak giving birth to my new niece or nephew. I know it's absurd but I am kind of nervous about going to visit cause in 4 months time I need to push something that size out of my nether regions. And whilst newborns look really small when you are not pregnant, something tells me they look an awful lot bigger when you are.

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    Default IVF Babies Due Jan/Feb/Mar 2013 #3

    Would like a vaginal birth but with frat twins a cesarean may be the only option - whichever is best and less traumatic for bubs. Happy to accept any drugs the doc gives

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beta View Post
    I'm 21 w 5d, have felt the first really obvious kicks and hubby could feel it too! Awesome feeling..
    Beta, we just felt our first real kick/thump too over the weekend on Sat. I was lounging around the sofa and pressing on my belly and suddenly felt a thump! It felt NOTHING like gas bubbles and I was like o o. Then I felt a second pretty soon after and called my girlfriend over. She felt the 3rd and we were so stoked. I was particularly happy that she was there to feel our first kicks ever too. It was just too cute for words.

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    Default IVF Babies Due Jan/Feb/Mar 2013 #3

    Hahaha do cute!!! Yesterday I had my first sugar junk binge ate most of a woolies mudcake and a bowl of ice cream lol over the day and bub kicked up a storm it was insane!!!! I think I'm going to have a hypo child.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grebbeci View Post
    My birth plan is pretty much do whatever it takes to have the baby, preferably vaginally though. I am perfectly open to the idea of an epidural

    I feel movements a lot now, but DH still can't feel them, too much fat cushioning her I think. lol.

    So my SIL is in the birthing suite as we speak giving birth to my new niece or nephew. I know it's absurd but I am kind of nervous about going to visit cause in 4 months time I need to push something that size out of my nether regions. And whilst newborns look really small when you are not pregnant, something tells me they look an awful lot bigger when you are.
    Hahaha I'm sure you're right! Congratulations on your new niece or nephew

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    Wow another thread already!

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    Roll Call

    Due in January 2013
    4th - Smyles
    7th - Kell72
    10th - LillyPonds
    10th - Grebbeci
    10th - Motherwillbe
    15th - Mammainwaiting
    16th - Beta
    23rd - MrsP
    23rd - Nala9000
    24th - Beeanksta
    25th - ivfmum09
    28th - Mrs E 116
    29th - khutch (csect)


    Due in February 2013
    6th - Meshell23
    6th - Broomdyke
    7th - jparness
    8th - gampa
    16th - Bindi1
    19th - SL1009
    21st - Nebiskus
    22nd - Dextersmum
    24th - AmyEL
    27th - Crafty45

    Due in March 2013
    2nd -Dragonfly17
    2nd -Bambean
    2nd - Nicsta83
    7th - Adden
    11th - Kmvw
    13th - Rafiki (twins, Proberly come mid Feb ? )
    15th - Mrs Simmo
    21st - Rachael3 (twins, most likely due 5th)

    Due in April 2013
    1st - Calli202

    Our Precious Angels
    Mich4761
    Bronwyn

    Scans & Appointments
    Grebbeci - OB and Morph scan 28 August
    Nala - OB and Morph scan 31st August
    Rafiki - nt scan
    Rachael3 - nt scan
    Khutch - morph scan 6 Sep, OBGYN 12 Sep
    SL1009 - OB Appt 11th September
    LillyPonds - OB 13th September
    AmyEL - OB 14th September
    Gampa - Morphology scan 14th September
    broomdyke - OB gyn 4 sep, morph scan 19 sep
    Nicsta83 - 16 week scan
    Gampa - OB appointment 21st September
    SL1009 - 20 week scan, 28th September
    AmyEL - 20 week scan, 11th October
    Adden - 20 Week Scan, 11th October
    Rafiki - 19 week scan, 19 th October
    mrs simmo - 20 week scan, 29th October


    To make changes, just reply with quote and make the changes and then remove the "quote" sentence at the beginning and end of the post. Please make sure you have the very last list to avoid other Mummies to be from being dropped off .
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    What Your Expecting Roll Call

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    Motherwillbe

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    Feel free to update when you find out by putting your name under the appropriate heading.

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    Thanks for adding the roll calls LillyPonds

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    My birthing plan is very simple... Get baby out! Doctor is there for the rest, whatever he thinks is safest for me and bub is what I will go with... I am not anti drugs or anti c-section... whatever is needed on the day!

    XX


 

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