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    Quote Originally Posted by Mumsical View Post
    I had a problem last pregnancy towards the end as I also show dogs most weekends which involves a lot of running, heavy lifting and just general energy. The last time I showed my dogs was at 35 weeks but I must have been too big as that day I tore all the ligaments in my groin and pelvis and could not move (literally had to crawl to the toilet) for 2 weeks after and beyond that could only walk a very short distance. I find that even now more than 2yrs later if I do anything really strenuous I get really achy in the groin area...
    Hungry Caterpillar stuff is so cute

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    Not sure who the owl fanatic was among us but mumgo have some giggle and hoot stuff on sale today

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    My Ob said I could continue with most physical activity just not start anything new. I mowed the lawn with a push mower at 37w (without shoes as my feet were swollen)

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    I kept fit this pregnancy and last. This time I took about a month off due to MS before the Ob put me on Zofran. I was doing crossfit but my pelvis is too unstable now so I do pilates, run around after a 2.5 year old, and have a pretty active job. Your body will tell you when to slow down, you just have to be smart enough to listen and not think you can do just a bit more.

    Most of our stuff we bought for DD was second hand. You can get great quality stuff if you're patient. Grow years wood cot, change table, dresser, and wardrobe practically new for $800 on ebay. I could have had the mattress but just thought that was a bit gross and bought a new one. The only thing we bought new was our Mountain Buggy swift and 2 baby bjorn products (a carrier and a cot). We didn't bother with things like bassinets and capsules as they're only in them for 6 months and wanted to spend our money elsewhere. I will say we splurged on the Baby Bjorn porta cot. That thing is amazing! So worth the outrageous price tag.

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    Just had my midwives appointment.

    My blood pressure was the lowest it's been all pregnancy (122/80) and fundal height is 32cm (I'm 30+6).

    Little boy is very comfy in the same position he was in last appointment 6 weeks ago and his head is already starting to engage... Apparently it's all good though and common for bub to engage early in first time mums.

    So all in all, very good. We are on track!!

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    Good to hear Rainbow

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    Thanks Pony, I am the owl nut

    good to hear Rainbow!! Not long now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ponytail View Post
    Not sure who the owl fanatic was among us but mumgo have some giggle and hoot stuff on sale today
    Could be me.... Im doing an owl themed nursery

    Rainbow - good to hear everything is on track.

    I bought a combination of new and 2ndhand stuff for DD, same for this bubs (well, theres not a lot of new cos most of it is hand-me-downs from DD!) I didnt have heaps of money to splurge when we had DD, so Ive been saving and some of the things that I didnt really like or wanted to update Ive gone and bought new / replacement this time (eg: capsule, sleepywrap, Ergo)

    AFM - 34 week OB appt tomorrow. Appt isnt with my normal OB, its with the other one she works with. Fx I get to have a scan (I had appt with her at 34 weeks with DD and she did a scan so Fx its the same this time!) I havent had a growth scan or anything so would be good to see bubs, and DD asks every time we go to see baby on the tv and gives my normal OB a lecture whenever we dont

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow road View Post
    Just had my midwives appointment.

    My blood pressure was the lowest it's been all pregnancy (122/80) and fundal height is 32cm (I'm 30+6).

    Little boy is very comfy in the same position he was in last appointment 6 weeks ago and his head is already starting to engage... Apparently it's all good though and common for bub to engage early in first time mums.

    So all in all, very good. We are on track!!
    Glad it all went well saw ur bump pic in ur diary, it's so beautiful

    Pony I'm doing owls too!

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    Waiting I hope you get your scan.

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