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    I'm planning on 35 weeks (13 weeks away!!!)

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    17 for me after today - not that I'm counting!

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    Not sure playing it by ear. Either 34 or 36 weeks. 9-11 weeks away!!!!

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    Hi everyone,
    I'm also thinking 36 weeks but if i start getting overly tired or sore will finish at 34. DD1 i worked until 2 weeks before but I'm feeling it a lot more this time and want some quality time with my girl before she becomes a sister.

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    Yeah I was thinking 34/ 36 weeks. My job is already getting harder, so 34 weeks sounds like a good idea. My employer has given me the option to come in for just 1 or 2 days if I'm still able to towards the end but I have lots of holidays up. So I might just take them.
    Last edited by Qloulou; 26-06-2013 at 12:25.

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    34 or 35 weeks I will start mat leave. That might change depending on when my replacement starts

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    Well, my mind is willing to work until 36/37w....
    i am just asking every day as it comes....that's why I am packed so early :-(
    I STILL can't tolerate meat/fish/eggs...poo...but at least the nausea is minimal, and no further pain/loss...so temporarily life is back to normal.
    tried out a ergo baby carrier....mmmm not sure about that one...going to try a Manduca...don't like the baby borjn....any one else tried it?

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    I have been recommended a baby sling Baba?? The baby shop recommended wait until bub arrives then go in and try some with bub as it will help to make a decision....

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    We got a Bjorn before DD was born but I don't love it. It's the one with the extra lumbar support but I still found it uncomfortable - and DD was a small baby.
    I've done a fair bit of research this time (there are some very helpful threads here on BH) and I've moved away from a Bjorn style carrier as it doesn't hold baby's legs and hips in the right position.
    So I'm thinking I will get a stretchy wrap to begin with like a Moby or a Sleepy Wrap. Then when baby is a bit bigger I will get a soft structured carrier - I'm looking at the Ergo, the Manduca or the Boba.

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    Happy shopping ladies. I am so far behind the 8 ball getting the nursery ready. I'm worried as hubby has to finish the shed to clear out the spare room to move my son in there so we can start the nursery. Hubby is not motivated to do the shed so we are stalling. I cant get on the shed roof to fix the ridge capping either because of the fall I took at 6 weeks pregnant causing me problems with leg clotting. ARGH!!!!! 16 - 18 weeks left to get this done and starting to panic.

    Thinking of not stopping work either. DJ jobs are only here and there, I am doing 5 - 8 massage treatments a week, am at school anywhere from 8 - 25 hours a week depending on my subjects I'm finishing and starting and painting with my hubby when he has work on. Has anyone thought of working right up to birth?


 

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