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    Default Wake me up when I get to 12 weeks ;-)

    Anyone else just feel like it would be good to literally hibernate until the ms and fatigue has gone? I can't get out of bed, not hungry but feel sick at movement I'm ok just lying here - if I was rich I'd hire a nanny, cook and cleaner and stay in bed for 4 weeks :-)

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    LOL, I felt the same in my first trimester and DH was not very supportive. He thought I was bunging it on.
    It'll be over before you know it

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    Sounds good to me! No ms yet, but I'm still keen to get to the second trimester. We're waiting until after our nt scan to tell the family etc, so pretty excited for that. Baby is my mils first grandchild - can't wait to see her reaction, she's gonna flip!!

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    Oh my god yes. I didn't even get a week or so grace after finding out I was pregnant. I had two whole days of feeling ok and I've felt horribly sick ever since. That was 5 weeks ago. :/ I'm not sure what's worse the tiredness or the nausea.

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    I'd happily go to sleep & wake up at 12 weeks so I can feel more secure in the pregnancy & tell people.

    Only 4 more weeks to go

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    YES! I wish I could have done that!

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    I'm always envious of those mums who don't even realize they are pregnant until they are in their second trimester lol.

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    I was saying to dh the other day that there should be a resort that women go to for the first 12 weeks. With daily scans to check on bub, chefs, cleaners and butlers. An endless supply of zofran. Basically we just lay around by the pool while people do everything for us.

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    This has been me!!! I am just starting week 13 and now I am feeling good in the mornings, but by 12.30pm the nausea kicks in and I am useless until the next morning.
    Thankfully I can go straight to bed when dh comes home and he cooks and puts dd to bed. But I haven't eaten dinner with the family for weeks, I just cant be near all that food......
    Fingers crossed all ms is gone soon

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    Oh PoppyLoppy that would be awesome! I'd definitely go there!


 

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