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    Quote Originally Posted by gilliebean1 View Post
    Oh really Sunshine? Is he still in, or did he escape? lol They are fairly good catches I must say!
    Oh they are well trained.... very domesticated! Lol.
    Went in when he was 16 escaped in his 20's. Prob been out for 15years. So well before your time.
    If I need a button put on or heaming... the only part I contribute to is fetching the sewing kit. And he does hospital corners better than me. And irons his own shirts if we're going somewhere dressy!!! Lol. Lifetime skills. Lol.

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    OMG sounds like my hubby! He joined at 18 and has been in for 21 years and can sew and cook and iron and wash and make beds like a pro lol. Thank god, because I am useless - well actually not useless, I just don't do things to his "standard" ;-) In our early days, he used to hover around me when I was doing the dishes or hanging washing out and would fix things I had done "wrong", so in the end I told him that if my job wasn't good enough he could do it all himself He is much better now but is still a control freak! But we love them anyway and really its not such a bad thing that they are self sufficient! Its quite nice having a capable husband hahahaha

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    Thinking if you today Tommi! Stay safe x

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    Thank you everyone! All safe here though we did end up evacuating at 3pm to be safe. Home last night yay and fingers crossed for a much calmer day today. The RFS is doing an amazing job!

    My house and furnishings all smell very smokey though haha we will have to get the lounges and rug cleaned I think when this passes. Very happy we hadn't picked up petri's mattress and pram yet. Haha

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    Tommi... thank goodness you are safe My family lost everything in the Ash Wednesday bushfires when I was a young teenager and it was just devastating. I would never wish that on anyone.

    Gillie & Sunshine... funny about the well-trained husbands. Mine is not military but he worked for many years in hotels and he makes beds, wash dishes, tidies and cleans far better (and more time efficiently) than I ever could

    Kd0085...how are you?

    AFM 27+6 today and had my 28 week scan this morning. My low-lying placenta has moved up so no more issues there. Thank goodness!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twocam View Post
    AFM 27+6 today and had my 28 week scan this morning. My low-lying placenta has moved up so no more issues there. Thank goodness!
    Good news Twocam

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    Tommi - Glad to hear you and your family are safe.

    Twocam - Good news about the placenta moving up.

    My father was in the Air Force and I lived on the Richmond Air Force when I was 3-4 years old.

    best wishes to all,
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    Twocam - good news about your placenta

    tommi - glad to hear you are A-ok

    gillie, sunshine, Lindsay, Kd and chook - how are you all?

    Big hi to everyone else too, hope you are all going well with bumps growing nicely...

    AFM - I had a follow-up scan to my 19 week anatomy scan today (I'm now 25 +6, but OB forgot to refer me)...heart and kidneys could all be properly seen today and looking good. Unfortunately, my placenta has still not moved up (but I'm told there's still plenty of time), bubs is measuring in the 80th percentile, and sonographer said there is also a lot of water, which, when seen together, can apparently be a marker for gestational diabetes, so now slightly concerned, but will have glucose test next week, so not long to wait before finding out.

    xx

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    Hi everyone, hope all is well!
    i had my "ovary" check today - boy am I sore! End story is I get to keep them for the moment however I will now be sharing my midwife with the specialist who will be monitoring me. She also said that if they don't get any bigger then they will look at them when my lil man has come along. Probably drain them before actually removing them (only if absolutely necessary) and make sure not cancerous etc.
    but on a lighter note his heartbeat is very strong and he is growing fast and quick! A little bit bigger than he is supposed to be lol ouchies!!! Will have to go for another US in 6weeks to assess my placenta and ovaries so that's me done doctor wise for a couple of weeks -happy baking everyone

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    Pilbara and Hoots lovely to get your updates. Maybe big bubbas for all of us!
    Yes, still plenty of time for those placentas to move. And hoots good news on the ovary front. I would think you'd be happiy with their wait and monitor approach. Its good they are not going to jump in and remove them now.
    Im back to hospital for another appt again tomorrow. Look forward to getting more info from last weeks scan
    Have a great Friday everyone. Especially our troopers still working! As always hats off to you!:thumbup:
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