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    Atleast it is almost the weekend now
    Just had call from DF his boss has now sequestered him to keep working in Narrabri grrr does he ignore the fact that we should be busy doing wedding stuff. Obviously wont get to taste test food before said wedding as only allowed to do so Sunday nights and the men may never get suits, Why do things keep coming to stress us out.

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    Does mean that will be doing more research online and talking about babies lol

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    Default Anyone else waiting to start TTC in a couple of months or more?

    We'll be here to talk about the precious little things

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    Quote Originally Posted by LowAMHonly25yo View Post
    We'll be here to talk about the precious little things
    70 days till wedding tomorrow so guess that means 70 days to TTC had a astronomy reading done on here by another hubber yesterday and by September- December will at least be anywhere from 4-40 wks PG. and most fertile on days into honeymoon so that does actually work.

    Was quite jealous of one of our juniors at work last night who is 18wks PG and fell on her honeymoon. she was complaining that she is upset can't drink on Anzac day lol, although she has not quit smoking yet. I know she is excited and I said you just dont want to be designated driver do you lol, I know that will happen. We are meant to be going to a big catch up in sydney in May with all the people off our Europe bus tour. Hoping to be PG and not drinking then but will have to give excuses as to why not drinking as they are not close friends so don't want any of them blurting anything out on facebook till further through. The one baby my mum lost was at 16 weeks so they had told everyone by then thinking they were in the safe zone.

    Work needs to be told early on so you are allowed to access Maternity Leave but will leave till about 14 weeks anyway when get there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wobblermummy View Post
    70 days till wedding tomorrow so guess that means 70 days to TTC had a astronomy reading done on here by another hubber yesterday and by September- December will at least be anywhere from 4-40 wks PG. and most fertile on days into honeymoon so that does actually work.

    Was quite jealous of one of our juniors at work last night who is 18wks PG and fell on her honeymoon. she was complaining that she is upset can't drink on Anzac day lol, although she has not quit smoking yet. I know she is excited and I said you just dont want to be designated driver do you lol, I know that will happen. We are meant to be going to a big catch up in sydney in May with all the people off our Europe bus tour. Hoping to be PG and not drinking then but will have to give excuses as to why not drinking as they are not close friends so don't want any of them blurting anything out on facebook till further through. The one baby my mum lost was at 16 weeks so they had told everyone by then thinking they were in the safe zone.

    Work needs to be told early on so you are allowed to access Maternity Leave but will leave till about 14 weeks anyway when get there.
    Woohoo for astronomy reading! FX for it being right & at the end closer to 40 weeks!

    Just need a creative reason why you can't drink, like being on antibiotics or something maybe?

    Thats sad about your mum sorry to hear it! my mum lost my older sister 10hrs after she was born and another baby close to full term not good!

    I hope none of us have to go through that ever!!!

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    Default Anyone else waiting to start TTC in a couple of months or more?

    Quote Originally Posted by wobblermummy View Post
    70 days till wedding tomorrow so guess that means 70 days to TTC had a astronomy reading done on here by another hubber yesterday and by September- December will at least be anywhere from 4-40 wks PG. and most fertile on days into honeymoon so that does actually work.
    Woohoo for 70 days!! Will be here before you know it!!

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    Thats horrible to hear about your poor mum Low and your siblings you never got to know. This year is going so fast already doesn't feel like should be at February already.

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    well my very discounted PG tests arrived in the mail today all ready to be used in the next few months and my new OPK's are somewhere enroute from America, I wish Amazon was in Australia with its cheap products lol. What a productive day and also have found some gorgeous Bridal lingerie to get us there lol, even though from what I've heard from most friends and everyone else too buggered at the end of the wedding, but will have some gorgeous stuff for the honeymoon anyway.

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    Hi all - I am planning to start TTC in June this year. I want to have my studies completed before my husband and I start a family. My sister had her first last week though and he's so gorgeous it makes me wonder why we're waiting?!

    Does anyone else question their decision to plan TTC in the future?

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    HI Newlywed, we are waiting only cause we are getting married in 2 1/2 months. couldn't afford it while working overseas and would never have wanted to give birth in the UK didn't trust the hospitals I worked in myself lol. Glad that the time is nearing to an end for both exciting times though.


 

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