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    Quote Originally Posted by wobblermummy View Post
    I'm a registered nurse been out of uni for 9 years now. Just work in a medical/surgical unit but loved being in maternity was such an amazing experience and such a privilege to be able to help in other families new beginnings.
    It's a good career for also working part time whilst raising a family - I know quite a few mums who pick up a night shift or a weekend shift along the way when their DH/DP is home.

    What sort of percentage off did Pumpkin Patch have?

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    was 30% off so made gift a good deal off

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    Speaking of sales...

    Mothercare closed down last week and I picked up $250 worth of stuff for $24! Bras, swimmers, dress, pants, bath stand...needless to say Df doesnt know although he would just laugh!

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    Pumpkin patch have lovely mat clothes too though. With DD I picked up a work skier for like $25 and lived it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wobblermummy View Post
    was 30% off so made gift a good deal off
    Have to start shopping for kids' next year winter clothes...it's quite fun if the styles are okay and one can get the sizes. It's hard to get girl trousers this year that aren't skin tight though!

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    Hmm well still no af, was due yesterday, had some cramps today, boobs not as sore as yesterday. Had one tiny bit of brown discharge, as in less than a quarter of a five cent piece, and later some pale pink discharge, again a very small amount.
    Hmm trying not to get my hopes up that this is a late implantation, I suspect I ovulated about 14-15 days ago, I don't chart, im just going by ewcm, so I dunno maybe implantation?

    Any thoughts ladies? Anyone had a later implantation? Or know anyone that has?

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    fx DaenerysT!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaenerysT View Post
    Hmm well still no af, was due yesterday, had some cramps today, boobs not as sore as yesterday. Had one tiny bit of brown discharge, as in less than a quarter of a five cent piece, and later some pale pink discharge, again a very small amount.
    Hmm trying not to get my hopes up that this is a late implantation, I suspect I ovulated about 14-15 days ago, I don't chart, im just going by ewcm, so I dunno maybe implantation?

    Any thoughts ladies? Anyone had a later implantation? Or know anyone that has?
    It's not over yet! Hoping the best for you. Bodies are so hard to read sometimes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smash023 View Post
    Congrats Kelsie - that is wonderful news :-)

    I don't want to test yet as I am sick of getting BFN's and being disappointed so I guess I will just wait for AF to arrive.

    All of you that have BFP's did you have any pre-pregnancy symptoms?
    Hey, I honestly didn't any symptoms, besides the day I tested - felt like I was going to faint and had hot flushes - all before I tested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bebedayz View Post
    Congrats to Kelsie

    Question for all: Do you guys start a pregnancy diet (ie eating allowed foods etc) before you find out you're pregnant? AF isn't due til 27May and I'm not sure if I'm lucky enough to be pg!

    To all
    Nope. The only thing I stuck to was taking Elivit every night and a baby aspirin. I haven't had an alcoholic beverage though for about 3 months, for some reason I jut didn't feel like it. Although now I do, typical! haha I am also a smoker of many many years (10+) and was still smoking, until the day I found out I was utd - no more ciggies for me, a great way to give up! haha


 

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