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    What time do you ladies put your bub to bed? And when are they waking? I think it's amazing that ivy wakes at 6 almost on the dot every day !!!

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    Myles goes to bed 7pm & wakes at 7am... If he has a bad arvo gap I put him down at 6:30 & he will still be up at 7... This morning he slept till 8! Yay!

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    Well I've made an appointment to see our FS to start the journey for the next bub... It's not till 28th Feb next year so a while away now but feels good to have an appointment booked... Still have to get my AMH level check which I will do this week... It that's low I'll change our appointment to ASAP... My brothers GF & one of my best friends are due in Feb so reckon my clucky levels will be sky high by then!!


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    How are you going Gampa?


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    Quote Originally Posted by AmyEL View Post
    Myles goes to bed 7pm & wakes at 7am... If he has a bad arvo gap I put him down at 6:30 & he will still be up at 7... This morning he slept till 8! Yay!
    Ah that's nice Myles is a good little bub!

    Ivy is normally down at 615 or 630...up at 6. I was putting her to bed at 7 still but then when she continually woke at 6 I thought I best start putting her down earlier and it hasn't changed anything she still wakes at 7.

    Good luck with your TTC journey

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    Sorry 6....I wish 7 haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicsta83 View Post
    What time do you ladies put your bub to bed? And when are they waking? I think it's amazing that ivy wakes at 6 almost on the dot every day !!!
    Hey nicsta Orlando is in bed usually between 7 and 8pm latest and sleeps til 7 ish - sometimes 6.30 sometimes 7.30 but he is up partying for a lot of the night and doesn't sleep through yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmyEL View Post
    Well I've made an appointment to see our FS to start the journey for the next bub... It's not till 28th Feb next year so a while away now but feels good to have an appointment booked... Still have to get my AMH level check which I will do this week... It that's low I'll change our appointment to ASAP... My brothers GF & one of my best friends are due in Feb so reckon my clucky levels will be sky high by then!!


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    Great news Amy fen will be here before we know it! We are trying naturally - positive ovulation test yesterday morning and this morning. Missed ovulation window last month and just caught the end of my ovulation the month before. We'll go for 6 months and then see our fs if we're not pregnant by February/march

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    Hi ladies. Haven't had much of a chance to get online and catch up.

    Gampa hope you're doing ok. Been thinking of you heaps.

    I've just got back from visiting my sister on the gold coast. Was great until I got gastro and then AJ got it (terrifying waking up to him vomiting/choking in his sleep!) and then the rest of the family got it too. Back now and mostly over it thankfully. Still having fun getting AJ down for naps. Well things were improving until our trip and now they've turned **** again from all the disruption and sickness (cause I just did whatever worked while we were away) and now a new tooth too. Trying to be consistent but largely failing :-(. Anyhow I'm booked in to Tresillian for the 17th though I'm really hoping I don't have to go, I've not heard good things.

    We saw the FS a couple of weeks ago. Was sent for an u/s and it looks like I have a polyp which needs to be removed. So booked in for hysteroscopy and d & c next week. We were thinking of going for FET early next year but I'm still so reluctant to wean AJ. Hoping we can try naturally for a bit once I'm through this surgery.

    Hope you ladies and bubs are all well. Will try and catch up on the news soon xx

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    Good luck with the ttc SL!


 

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