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    Just wanted to take a moment to say thank you for all of the wonderful support and advice. I don't know how I would have got through the last 13months without you all, I feel like I know all of you and love sharing your journeys. There crazy hormonal preg lady love for a Tuesday haha x

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsLA View Post
    Wobbler, that sux about maybe having to be rostered to work. What a silly cow if she does roster you on.
    Great announcement, Its so exciting letting the facebook word know. (I think so anyway)

    Rainbow, wow 36 weeks! how exciting that its so close, just think 4 midwife appointments and he could be here

    Cant help you with PPL Channy, are you feeling better now? lots of movements back?


    afm, I went to the doc yesterday (I have bloody hemorrhoids!!! sorry TMI) and upon telling her about my aches and pains, she decided that it would be best for me and bub if I only worked 3 days per week (she knows that my work can be physically, emotionally and mentally straining and draining)
    I was at the hospital on Sat (cant remember if I have told you this or not) had reduced movements and a strong pain at the top of tummy. After speaking to the middy she said if it gets worse come in, but 20 min later rang me back and said, "actually, I think its best if you come in and we monitor you" so off we toddled to see bubs heartbeart for about an hour! (obviously all is fine)
    so in light of this, the pain i am getting in hips and lower back and the wicked waddle I have happening, my doc thinks its best for my body if I rested AT LEAST 2 days per week.

    Im not too sure how I feel about this on one hand I think its great that I get to spend 2 extra days a week at home. On the other hand i still have so much work to do in 5 weeks before mat leave begins! I now only have 13 work days until I start Mat leave
    I know this is ridiculous, but I also feel like my body is failing me. A female body is meant to make babies, and so many other people can do it and work until 38 weeks, Why cant I????? (as said, I know this is a ridiculous notion, and all pregnancies are different, but it is just how I feel atm)

    On another up side, I will be on BH a lot more

    (sorry for the all about me ramble)
    awww Hun don't beat yourself up, you need to rest in order for your little man to grow big and strong and he needs his mummy to be happy and healthy when he makes his appearance in 10 or so weeks. Everyone's bodies handles pregnancy differently and there's no way of knowing how your body will take it.
    But if you need to cut back work just look at it as a blessing and more time to focus on becoming a mummy!!

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    Congratulations Waiting. Sorry it's a bit late but took a month off and missed your big finale. Hope all is well with little Caleb.

    Sent from my GT-I9305T using The Bub Hub mobile app

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    Channy, as the others said, you need to take in proof of birth once bub is born. I think it takes them about 4 weeks from when you proved it, to when it is processed and payments start (they should back pay to date of birth)

    MrsLA, enjoy the rest with having more time off work. Don't beat yourself up, all pregnancies are different. I think Fel was told o stop working at 15 weeks pregnant due to high BP.

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    36 week bump shot

    MrsLA - it's a blessing, honestly. I'm 36 weeks and I'm exhausted now, zero chance I could work until 38 weeks!!! Plus the longer you have to rest, the more time you have to build up oxytocin supplies to help with a smoother labour

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    Rainbow, gorgeous bump. Congrats on 36 weeks. Not long to go now.

    We're going to have so many bubs born in here in the next few months. I'm excited

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow road View Post
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    36 week bump shot

    MrsLA - it's a blessing, honestly. I'm 36 weeks and I'm exhausted now, zero chance I could work until 38 weeks!!! Plus the longer you have to rest, the more time you have to build up oxytocin supplies to help with a smoother labour
    Yay I can't wait to virtually meet ur bub

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    Sorry for over posting but here's my progression shot! I thought I was huge at 20 weeks, haha.

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    Thanks everyone for your kind words. I know you are all right, but I still emotionally find it hard.

    Rainbow, I love that progression pic. I'll have to remember to do one of those.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow road View Post
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    Sorry for over posting but here's my progression shot! I thought I was huge at 20 weeks, haha.
    How did you do that pic??? It's a great idea!!


    Angel Baby ~Skye~ 21/11/2012


 

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