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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil Smurfy View Post
    You could be on the phone to them all day
    ooh yay for winning stuff too!

    I know, I was up to 25 minutes and had to hang up as my work phone started ringing

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    Lil Smurfy I hear you on the pain. It was one of my factors for choosing a c-section. I can deal with after surgery pain but the thought of labour pain sends me into a spin. Hugs hun

    My sister just texted me to say she got me the baby car seat I wanted. Yayyyyy! It's usually about $350 and I would never spend that much but she got it on special at toys r us for half price!!

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    I thought about a c section. I went private partly so I would have that option. I heard a bit about hypnobirthing, so have signed up for one of their courses. I'm really hoping that will help. The classes start in 2 weeks, can't wait.

    Choccie (or anyone else), what do you wash your MCNs in? And when washing them 6 times before use, can you skip the washing detergent after the first time?

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    Here is some info Lil smurf!!


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    Cannot seem to win at the moment.

    Work is chemically cleaning the office that I am in for 4 hours Friday morning and we are expected to stay in the building as they do so.

    I researched and apparently VERY bad for the baby (as I already knew) but work doesn't know I am pregnant so I don't know how to get out of it.

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    Pull a sickie

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    Thanks Choccie. And MCB I agree with Choccie, call in sick on friday

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    Yup Michelle I would call in sick.

    Just heard from DP who is stuck on a plane at Brisbane airport because they can't find his wheelchair, again! Wish he wasn't flying alone hate when this happens to him

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    Quote Originally Posted by MichelleClareBear View Post
    Cannot seem to win at the moment.Work is chemically cleaning the office that I am in for 4 hours Friday morning and we are expected to stay in the building as they do so.I researched and apparently VERY bad for the baby (as I already knew) but work doesn't know I am pregnant so I don't know how to get out of it.
    Eff that MCB!! Either chuck a sickie or tell them that any harsh chemicals cause your respiratory distress so you can't be there. Back it up with a certificate from your doctor and they can't say squat hun. You poor thing ... your work is hell bent on making you miserable

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    Quote Originally Posted by ToniS View Post
    Yup Michelle I would call in sick.

    Just heard from DP who is stuck on a plane at Brisbane airport because they can't find his wheelchair, again! Wish he wasn't flying alone hate when this happens to him
    That is terrible. Damn airlines need to be more careful


 

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