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    My NT scan is next Thursday morning and I am really nervous actually im really scared something has gone wrong. I havent had a scan since 7 weeks so its been quite awhile. I have all my fingers and toes crossed that all will be fine I wish you all all the best with your scans.

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    My NT scan is on Wednesday morning FTMumma - I'm excited but nervous at the same time. I had a scan at 9 weeks at my OB's office, but I still feel like it's been ages since I've seen my little blob!

    I'm still getting morning sickness so hoping that's a good sign bubs is doing well.

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    Lots of NT scans next week! Exciting times. I can't wait to hit the second tri, I've heard its a bit nicer then the first!
    Had my worst day with ms yesterday. Broke my daily vomitting record but its strangely reassuring at the same time
    How is everyone's Dh/Df/Dp's been coping with you being pregnant? Mine has been amazing and so supportive and really picking up the slack when I'm to sick to do anything.

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    DH has been wonderful, especially dealing with my mood swings! He is very protective and makes sure I'm not overdoing things - especially being in the middle of moving house. He's also happy to indulge my cravings and has surprised me a couple of times by bringing home foods he knows I've been hankering after He also reads up on things he's not sure about so he understands what I'm going through. I couldn't ask for a more supportive partner.


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    He sounds amazing @Arlais! Mine too is just perfect. So in tune with me and looks after me well...


    Angel Baby ~Skye~ 21/11/2012

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    My DP is still struggling a bit, but that has a lot to do with the fact this was not a planned pregnancy, but he is trying. He certainly doesn't get grumpy with me for my moods like ex DP used to.

    I keep forgetting to come in here now i am on the fb page.... woops!

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    DH isnt always supportive. I know he does a hard job and comes home sore but sick of hearing it all the time. Not once does he ask how I am feeling these days when he knows ms has been bad and struggle alot with pain in my joints and now unable to take any of my pain meds. He did clean half the house yesterday while i was at bridal shower though as he knows i dont want my hands in chemicals and ms too bad anyway. So gets some things right but just forgets the others.

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    They never do things to our standards anyway, we appreciate it when they try and help, but its still there needing to be done.

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    I leave him most of the time now he winges things arent good enough to his standards but winges if not done lol. iF left long enough will do what he wants how he thinks is right but I know is wrong lol. Asked if i wanted to help take bins up driveway tonight its about 40-50 metres i laughed and said seriously im puffing walking from garage to the house no bins for me. I do walk up to get mail every day though and feel awful at the end of it

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    For us it's the opposite way around, DH does most of the cleaning (very high standard) and my share of the housework is doing most of the cooking as well as tidying up and organising things where they belong. We both just pitch in when stuff needs to be done though rather than have set jobs. We both work full time so it balances out nicely for us this way - we also have a similar level of mess we can tolerate before something needs to be done, so it's very rare for either of us to get on each others case about the house. We do argue occasionally of course, just like any couple, but I feel blessed that I have a hubby who is very well domesticated!


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