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    Quote Originally Posted by ToniS View Post
    Really really sore and cranky. Normally when we travel once off plane and transfered into his chair we put backpack on the back of DPs wheelchair and he holds onto his laptop and I help him up the ramp carrying my bag and laptop. Today get off plane and the air staff have taken off with DP leaving me to lug 2 laptops, backpack, overstuffed nappy bag (pressies from family) and handbag. It's just about killed me!
    Hopefully you're nice and relaxed now. Sux that you had to carry everything. Damn those air staff

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    Quote Originally Posted by waitinghoping View Post
    Ques for those who r having baby 2 or more.. When did u "pop"? I remember my belly popping out and starting to grow after 10 weeks with dd (once the uterus gets higher than the pubic bone) but I've been feeling the past 2 days like it's on the move now.. I'm nearly 9 weeks.. Just curious!!

    Eko- not long now! A bubs for Easter how exciting!!!

    DD told me my breath smells like "poo" after I spewed today (charming!) cos she demanded a hug and wouldn't let me brush my teeth.. Haha! 3 year olds have no tact...

    Speaking of which we have her entrance interview for school tomorrow.. Whoa scary!! She seems so little still!! She's excited

    Sorry for no personals, I'm on my phone and am hopeless haha! Hope u r all well xx
    Enjoy your school interview. Seems so young to be organising schools

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    Quote Originally Posted by dream girl View Post
    Thanks. We just face timed on our iPads and I ended up a blubbery mess. I have plenty of women tell me that they would love their husbands to go away for a week but I'm just not like that. I love my hubby and love having him home!
    DP often works away and I hate it every time. Even 1 night I hate but it pays the bills so I just cope with it. We talk every day at least once on the phone and often do Skype as well.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lil Smurfy View Post
    Hopefully you're nice and relaxed now. Sux that you had to carry everything. Damn those air staff
    Yeah much better now. Glad to be home even if I am having my glucose test this morning.

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    Awww dream girl I understand. Even when DP does night shift I get sad

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    Good luck with the glucose test Toni x

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    Yeah working away suxs Dh goes on projects for 8-9 month periods he comes home on the weekends but is gone all through the week. I think in July he heads off again out West, currently he is working locally and is home every night yay!!

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    Good luck Toni

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    Hi ladies,

    I hope your all feeling well and having a great day!

    Just wondering to those if you that are finding out or found out the sex of bub did you try any home tests? The intelligender boy/girl test, the baking soda test etc? And did it work? I'm going to do the baking soda test at 12 weeks since it doesn't cost anything. The intelligender is $60 eep. With DS I had a surprise birth but with this one I'm desperate to find out!!!! Anyone else desperate to know?

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    I'm desperate to know because there are so many things I want to buy and I can't without knowing the sex!

    I wouldn't waste my money on intelligender though, and all the other tests are really just old wives tales with a 50/50 chance!

    Having said that, I have already checked out the Chinese gender predictor and done the ring test (inconclusive!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow road View Post
    I'm desperate to know because there are so many things I want to buy and I can't without knowing the sex!

    I wouldn't waste my money on intelligender though, and all the other tests are really just old wives tales with a 50/50 chance!

    Having said that, I have already checked out the Chinese gender predictor and done the ring test (inconclusive!)
    What did your Chinese calendar predict? Mine said girl and that's what I would like.


 

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