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    We had 4 eggs, 1 fertilized and extremely lucky to get bfp first go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kmvw View Post
    Crafty it took us 4 times, 1 stim & 3 natural fets. I have no embies left sadly so I need to do another stim.

    I know some won't agree but I'm tempted to go overseas for gender selection as we both would love a son.

    Financially we couldn't afford to do numerous stims for more than two children. I wanted more than two children but I don't think my body would cope with more pregnancies.

    So sad I've packed away Ella's 00000's & 0000's, I'm also not ready for her to start rolling over she is only 11 weeks she has been trying for a week and managed to start rolling in her side today. We've also had numerous poo explosions this week, out of newborn nappies now

    I bought her a Lamaze pond symphony (activity play mat) from Target she absolutely loves it! So cute when she starts talking to her pond friends
    Km we have the Lamaze pond symphony too Orlando loves it too!!

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    So I don't think I posted my update from the kidney specialist on Monday. He said that our tests we've already done show that his right kidney is borderline not functioning properly so we have to repeat the tests - poor baby - and then see how the results come back again. We have his ultrasound booked for Friday and then his horrible nuclear imaging (involves putting in a drip needle) next Wednesday at the royal children's hospital. Will then have a follow up on the 20th may to find out whether we just keep an eye on the kidney or whether he needs to do the next level of testing which would be x-rays under anaesthetic praying it doesn't get to that!

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    Wow SL that's a lot to deal with!!

    So this might sound like a stupid question but we are going out to a friends on fri night...we will likely be there 7-11. Now Ivy normally has a bath at 8, then feed then bed by 830-9...

    In this scenario what do I do...they have a porta cot so I suppose ill change her into pj's and pop her in The cot. The annoying thing is we will have to wake her to get home which will likely be confusing....what do people do in these scenarios...I realize it sounds silly but I'm asking anyway

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    I don't think it's a stupid question Nic, we take Ella to my parents for dinner every Wednesday night. She is hard to settle after leaving, but you can't stop everything you do. Just go with the flow and your instincts, I'm sure you will be fine. Enjoy your night and don't stress too much. They need to be a little flexible every now and then

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    Yea ill just have to see how we go

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    Good luck Sl and keep us posted on his results ( feels like I know all your little bibs now).

    Nic when I went to my cousins wedding a few weeks ago I changed him into his pj's and sleeping bag ,fed him at the normal bed time (6.30) then put him in the stroller. He laid there awake for awhile but then went to sleep ( I just draped a muslin over the pram). He woke at 11 for a feed bottle of ebm. Then slept again. He did wake when I had to put him in and out of the car but went back to sleep at home with a bit of a top up feed.

    You will be fine just do what you can to make it as normal as possible. It's only a short time in their lives so don't stress about it. Remember your relaxing now

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    Also KM we go to my parents every wed but haven't been last 2 since I have had this routine, before that it was just bed when we got home

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    Yep I'm sure we will be fine having a bad nap day today, she is already overtired...hate those days!!!

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    Wow sounds like a lot of us got lucky and fell really quickly. I still look at Zoe in awe, can you beleie after everything, we all actually have these little munchkins!

    Nic we went out for dinner last weekend. Zoe usually has her last bottle around 9.30 so we tried to stick to that, changed her while we were out and fed her. She fell asleep on the way home and went down again pretty quick. If you can try and stick to her normal times food wise I think it should be ok. It's such an effort to get out of the house now isn't it. Remembering what to take and get bubs organized, takes forever!

    We are off to our first mothers group thig tomorrow through the MChN. Hopefully it will be ok.

    How did ivy go for the rest of the day Nic?

    SL you are really having a hard run. I hope Orlando is ok. I can only imagine how traumatic it is for you and DH.

    Lol KM we had just moved up to the infant nappies as well. They look so much bigger but the newborns were just getting too tight around the legs


 

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