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    Quote Originally Posted by Bebedayz View Post
    Lovely names, I like Annabel and Harrison, or Isobel or Charlotte, and Henry :-)
    Ooh - we almost used one of those names for DD, but now some close friends have used it - so it's gone

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    Well if there's no tmi lol ill let loose lol I've booked in for brazillaans around the time of Epu gota have a nice doo for the fs lol
    I've heard of a few shaving disasters of people trying to 'tidy up' before epu or giving birth and cutting themselves. Waxing seems the safer option - I don't go full brazillian - just a tidy up. You brave woman!

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    I'm fussy with names.

    Working in childcare, some names just get vetoed without consideration because of certain behaviors from certain children.

    Naming ds was a nightmare. We had about 8 girls names we couldn't decide on, and no boys names. Df wanted to call him ... Luke skywalker.
    I wanted something uncommon, that didn't remind me of something, that went with dfs last name (which is a common classic unisex first name) I didn't want a double barreled name like "william washington" or "alisha alabama"....sorry for the american names lol

    For girls atm, I like cleo, dakota, astrid, ashlyn, harper... Theres a few more I've forgotten. I think our future dd will be astrid christine. Christine after my mum. Df likes autumn as a name.... I don't I love grace, rose and paige as middle names.

    For boys, I liked deklan but df says no way.... I honestly can't think of a boys name I like. We had a list of about 4 names we were ok with going into hospital. Being wheeled to theatre for my emergency csect df kept asking if we would name bubs...

    My biggest fear was regretting the name we chose. as a result. Ds was born 9.55am, we discussed it and around dinner decided, but we didn't tell anyone until the next morning. Once I woke up and still liked the name, we told everyone.

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    This is what we ended up naming ds. said like ryan. His middle name is luke (me compromising)

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    At the moment I really love Harlow or Summer for a girl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shadowangel0205 View Post
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    This is what we ended up naming ds. said like ryan. His middle name is luke (me compromising)

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    If love the name Luke (it's my dh's name )

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    Quote Originally Posted by shadowangel0205 View Post
    I'm fussy with names.

    Working in childcare, some names just get vetoed without consideration because of certain behaviors from certain children.
    yep - Primary school teacher, know completely what you mean. Even harder though that all the 'nightmare' Australian names from schools are on the list as well as the UK ones for me now - or I just don't know about the Australian ones yet and other people give knowing looks in the staff rooms lol.

    Quote Originally Posted by shadowangel0205 View Post
    Naming ds was a nightmare. We had about 8 girls names we couldn't decide on, and no boys names. Df wanted to call him ... Luke skywalker.
    My hubby's brother actually got away with this one! LOL - twin boys, after a single boy, so they were running out of names, and he was allowed to call him Luke - he still does the 'Luke... I am your father' thing 6years down the line lol



    I so don't think me and hubby will ever agree - he just doesn't like anything. No thats a lie - he has come up with the very helpful Wilbur (wth?!) or has managed to come up with a mash up of our names to produce a truly awful awful awful monikor - I can't say it without giving our names away (and I'm trying to stay anon on here lol) but its something along the lines of 'Be-ary' OMG! You cannot do that to a child! LOL

    There are loads I love, will just have to see when we get to that stage what I can wear hubby down on lol. We were going to be really really sad and follow a naming initial rule, as both mine and hubby's initials spell (very short!) words, as we have the same middle intial too, so were thinking of carrying that on with the kiddies (god that is so sad isn't it? Poor children!). I do have to put my family name in our first born, as my brother can't continue the family line on, and otherwise it will be lost to history but think we will make it a second middle name so its only for the birth certificate type thing.

    Teaching Primary, I also am quite aware of giving them something they can actually spell and read and write in the early years of school too, so nothing too long or that doesn't phonetically sound as its spelt lol (trying to be nice to the teacher as well there!), which isn't something I used to think about at all - but I'm SO over trying to spell completely bizarro spellings of names, its just so horrid when the child and/or parents have a massive go at you for getting it wrong! ARGH!

    But at the moment I'm just focussing on perhaps getting an OPK to turn, and/or some sensible temps, and then a lovely HPT to turn I'll worry about names as they wheel me into delivery lol - don't want to tempt fate too much (says the woman with a cot and pram in her nursery already - there's a really really good reason for that though!)

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    CD18 - let the TWW begin!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Ted View Post
    CD18 - let the TWW begin!!!
    Yeah for the positivity...but cool your horses. I'm on dpo1 (I think - maybe 2, but probably 1) and I'm over it and impatient already lol argh this is annoying!

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    Yes, the TWW should be known as the mental TW marathon! Last time I had symptoms at 7dpo - sooo going to be disappointed if not utd...but so hopeful right now!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Ted View Post
    Ah - noice! I like the femininity of Savannah. That makes me think of another restriction I've placed on our names - all of our children currently have 2 syllable first names! Golly gosh



    I have clexane sitting in my bedroom. Just starting to get a bit apprehensive about taking it. I asked fs if I can take it from o as my little embies have had problems in the initial stages - all he said was that they 'usually' do it from bfp and find that it mostly works ...and left it there. I'm not on any steroids to suppress my immune system and I've heard of others taking it from after o to assist implantation - so I'll give it a crack and if not utd this month then will stop and start again next time. My ANA levels were 640 - so not low and not super high - just enough for body to mess with implantation and then clot the placenta each time.
    My fs seems to think because im borderline atm with my homocysteine levels that I won't need blood thinners but ive heard to many ppl with horror stories with babies passing at 35 weeks because they wernt put on injectables due to their levels being borderline and then having clots in the placenta or cord. Im not keen on injecting myself everyday but hey you gotta do what ya gotta do. I have a feeling my homocysteine levels have risen as Im super tried after doing anything and not feeling so good. I will take aspirin from O just incase. I see my fs on the 12 of November do hopefully ill be telling him im pregnant and not needing to sign surgery papers. Please October/November be good to me lol we did it last year!.

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