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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Ted View Post
    One does need to make plans...I like the ones that end in healthy babies! And there's still hope at this point in the cycle - even if it is only CD6 - lol!
    I even considered whether it was going to be a leap year or not - thinking - oh no...want to avoid the whole 29th thing! Were you born on a leap year? If so, that would have been a close call.
    Haha!! That's what everyone says to me! 'Oh, you're a leap year baby!' No, that's the 29th. 'Oh, you're so lucky then! You just missed it!' No, it wasn't a leap year when I was born, so no danger! Do your kid a favor and don't choose the 28th.

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    Congratulations Holly! What great news!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Ted View Post
    My kids tell people what we bought them as they are giving them the present - and I think...why on earth did I bother to wrap it?! One fathers' day I had absolutely axed myself in order to get to the shops and get DH a nice coffee grinder (did all the research and somehow fitted it into the day, fully pregnant with little ones in tow), only for DH to get home and our eldest to tell him straight out what we were giving him!
    Haha! At least they have the excuse of being children! What's mine?!
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    Yay Holly! Congrats on the big fat POSITIVE!! So excited for you. How will you tell your DH?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HollyGolightly81 View Post
    Really? I've never had a faint test line. My opk instructions tell me to try not to drink water the two hours before testing and I've read on other pregnancies sites that drinking too much water effects the outcome.
    Mine is fainter too after I've had more water. I try not to but I drink lots of water through the day at work... So find it difficult to stop sometimes...


    RIP Angel Baby ~Skye~ 21/11/2012

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomie View Post
    Yay Holly! Congrats on the big fat POSITIVE!! So excited for you. How will you tell your DH?
    I've already called him! It's the impatience! He'll be home in about an hour.

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    Congrats Holly... Fx for a sticky xx


    RIP Angel Baby ~Skye~ 21/11/2012

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    I just noticed something funny in the shower. Last time I was pregnant I got a 'skin tag' in my armpit (a little mole-type thing, very annoying when shaving!). The dr said not to worry, it's from increased blood flow and would fall off when I wasn't pregnant anymore. It finally fell off a couple months ago. Just went to shave my armpits and it's there again!
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    Congrats on the BFP Holly!!

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    Congrats!!!!!

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