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    Oh, wow, Tommi and Sunshine, tough week for you. I am very sorry to hear about your loss, Tommi. That must have been quite a shock, Sunshine. Not surprising you feel teary now. It’s probably just sinking in. Glad everything is okay, though. You both take care of yourselves.

    I have a question about sports. Is anybody doing any running? I am going most mornings but usually not more than 5 km, maybe 8 on the weekends. But I can definitely feel that I am quite short of breath and I have to slow waaaayyy down. I am 16 weeks now and was wondering if anybody has similar experiences. Also, the tiredness, which was really bad between 6 and 8 weeks is back. So I am wondering if I should have my iron levels checked?

    Hope the rest of the week is going well for all of you!

    Due date update:

    #January#

    Kalshy?
    10th - Sunshinebell (girl)
    13th - bunnikins (boy)
    17th - Twocam (boy)
    20th - Gilliebean (boy)
    20th - 4furbabies
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    21st - chook11
    22nd - QI2013
    24th - Tommi (boy)
    24th - CDNinOZ
    31st - Pilbara (boy)
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    #February#

    20th - cheekynumum
    26th - Maria (boy)
    Littlesunflower?


    #March#

    4th - KD0085
    5th – LissyP (Boy)
    7th- Musical Gal
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    Lissy - I asked my ob back at 8 weeks whether I'd be okay to keep running as I was only just getting back into it when I got my BFP (stopped just before transfer). He gave me the all clear, but the one time I tried it the following week, I only jogged a few hundred metres before I stopped. Not cause I was out of breath or anything, but something just told me to stop; it didn't "feel" right. So I've just stuck with brisk walking since then. Lately I've had a few days where I feel out of breath just walking down the hallway at home, so I think you're doing extremely well to be still running 5-8km! Maybe your body is just telling you it's time to slow down.. perhaps do a half-walk half-run instead. ETA: I had a week of extreme tiredness a few weeks back, then found out at my next scan that the baby was suddenly measuring ahead, so the increased tiredness could definitely be a growth spurt.
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    Thanks, Sariele. I understand what you mean. I would not have run if I had any weird feelings but I have to say that I usually feel good doing it. One time, must have been around week 11, I was meeting a fried for a lunch time run and I had pretty severe cramping so that I almost cancelled but then went and intended to turn back if it would persist. But amazingly enough, the run really helped and I felt good the rest of the day. Even now I feel mostly good and when I get a bit huffed, I just slow or walk as you say. I am not pushing anything, that's for sure. But I really like being out there and it wakes me up in the mornings.

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    Good for you. Ob told me that so long as it feels fine, you're good to keep going. He said he just wouldn't recommend running any marathons. I wish I was as motivated as you! I have to force myself to go out walking these days, and even then I probably only manage it 3-4 times a week!

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    I just got the best phone call of my life. Our little BOY is less than 1:10,000 for T21, T18 and T13, and his sex chromosomes are also normal. I cried happy tears for the first time this whole pregnancy, lol. Even though I knew it all along, I can't believe we're going to have a son!

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    Due date update:

    #January#

    Kalshy?
    10th - Sunshinebell (girl)
    13th - bunnikins (boy)
    17th - Twocam (boy)
    20th - Gilliebean (boy)
    20th - 4furbabies
    20th - kelly reilly
    21st - chook11
    22nd - QI2013
    24th - Tommi (boy)
    24th - CDNinOZ
    31st - Pilbara (boy)
    Tinkerbell79?

    #February#

    20th - cheekynumum
    26th - Maria (boy)
    Littlesunflower?


    #March#

    4th - KD0085
    5th – LissyP (Boy)
    7th- Musical Gal
    7th- Sariele (Boy)
    14th - GDYB03
    17th - LindsayWA
    23rd - Jedihouse
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sariele View Post
    I just got the best phone call of my life. Our little BOY is less than 1:10,000 for T21, T18 and T13, and his sex chromosomes are also normal. I cried happy tears for the first time this whole pregnancy, lol. Even though I knew it all along, I can't believe we're going to have a son!
    Love happy news...
    what a wonderful way to start our day. :thumbup:
    Can imagine your excitement, relief and overwhelmed tears of happiness

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    Great news, Sariele!

    I think I have to lay off the doppler for a while. This morning, after an argument with DH, and not feeling any movement, I tried the doppler, and couldn't find the heartbeat for ages. However I could hear the cord beat and the baby moving around. Eventually after lying slightly to my side found the horse hiding in a corner. I was late to work because of all this. Now sitting at my desk at work, getting a few little nudges, so feel better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sariele View Post
    I just got the best phone call of my life. Our little BOY is less than 1:10,000 for T21, T18 and T13, and his sex chromosomes are also normal. I cried happy tears for the first time this whole pregnancy, lol. Even though I knew it all along, I can't believe we're going to have a son!
    Great news Sariele! So happy that it all worked out perfectly for you x

    Have a good weekend everyone!

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    Hi Ladies

    Congrats to everyone on their their little blessings. I have been following your thread for quite a while now but haven't joined in. So many little bits and pieces to keep up with. I thought if I don't join in soon I will miss my chance :-)

    So many baby boys entering this world in 2014. Hubby and I are going to leave the sex unknown so we get a little surprise at the end of our amazing journey. We are due on the 19th of January.

    Just wanted to drop in and say HI to you all and I look forward to hearing more as the pregnancies progress.


 

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