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    Here's a demo of the Epi- No for anyone else like me who hadn't heard of it before.

    http://youtu.be/Dju1miAaCBY



    👫 First bub for DH and I after 10 cycles of IVF 🎉
    Celebrating and looking forward to meeting Junior - our Baby BOY!!!!
    EDD 24May14 🍼

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    Saw this on FB and thought it was very me :P poor Junior as I am so going to use this idea! Mehhahaha

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    👫 First bub for DH and I after 10 cycles of IVF 🎉
    Celebrating and looking forward to meeting Junior - our Baby BOY!!!!
    EDD 24May14 🍼

    http://www.bubhub.com.au/tickers/ima...D%5B/center%5D

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    JJ so glad your survived the test best of luck for results but reckon if you managed the test that well then you should be home free when should you get results?

    I see OB today (26weeks tomorrow yay) so guess that'll be something we discuss at this appt along with info about booking in circumcision and who we should get to do it and when.

    We want to do it whilst in hospital but their Drs won't do it until 6months so we'd have to get someone in. Another Dr who shares his office with the Fertility specialist we went to charges more as bub gets older but at least will do it early. Not willing to risk my son having to deal with issues and then have it done as an adult as I know it's was pretty awful for a few guys I know that didn't get done as bubs. Personal choice of course and I was on fence but hubby was certain he wanted it and the more I read the more I was convinced too.


    👫 First bub for DH and I after 10 cycles of IVF 🎉
    Celebrating and looking forward to meeting Junior - our Baby BOY!!!!
    EDD 24May14 🍼

    http://www.bubhub.com.au/tickers/ima...D%5B/center%5D

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    Hey Jay was wondering what the Epi-No was, just watched your link and sounds like a good little device to get. I've been worried about childbirth due me having a weak bladder anyway and really don't want to end up with issues and thank you for the detailed list you have put together I am going to copy and paste this.

    JJ Good luck with your results.

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    Great list Jay! Thanks for compiling it all in the one post

    I've heard mixed things about the Epi-no. Some women swear by it and credit it with helping them get through the birth with no tearing or cutting required - others have had physio's warn against it, as you can overstretch the muscles and do permanent damage.

    I probably won't bother, but will at least do some perineal massage to prepare. My sis has never done anything and birthed all 4 of her babies without even a graze - I hope I'm as lucky!

    After nothing for about 2 weeks (which seems like a lifetime!) DH & I dtd - not only was it off the charts amazing, somehow managed to put my hips back in alignment and I'm no longer walking around like an old woman!

    Happy Friday ladies

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    Yay for Arlias *grins & blushes!
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    Ooh La La! Go Arlais!!

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    AFM - OB appt today (we got there early had some lunch then realised out ON was running late and then he left to deliver what he said was a very cute baby and returned about an hour later - life of an OB). He's very happy with how it's all going. Bub was moving heaps but kept his legs together the whole time so now even the OB reckons he's shy haha. Must get his modesty of his mum . Have my referral for GTT too, which he wants done before next appt in a month.
    Also booked his next appt which go to every 2weeks

    After appt I went to target and found a nighty I'll used from now until labour and it'll become my labour outfit as goes to my knees, is loose fit and has a few buttons down front to under my boobies. So it gets all the ticks. Got size bigger to ensure room for bump to grow.
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    My only other purchase worth mentioning was some jeggings OMG they are comfy (will wear them to pregnancy physio tommorow I think) and look good considering I don't do skinny jeans as they make my thighs look huge & generally the crouch area looks loose like I should have some nuts in there.
    I got extra large (normally I'd go the MDM or LGE as was in the 10-12 /12-14 depending on fit) even hubby said they look good enough to wear outside the house (he isn't a leggings man things they bogganise an outfit even though I still wear them, just a loose fit).

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    mine are blue . Will get more next time but they only had 1x XL full length in the target I was in.

    Anyway hope everyone is going well, had a great week and have a fantastic weekend.


    👫 First bub for DH and I after 10 cycles of IVF 🎉
    Celebrating and looking forward to meeting Junior - our Baby BOY!!!!
    EDD 24May14 🍼

    http://www.bubhub.com.au/tickers/ima...D%5B/center%5D

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    Finally made my first big baby purchase today:-

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    Hipod i-fold Stroller.

    Hopefully it should be delivered within the next week or so. Hoping to be able to afford to buy the cot, mattress, and car seat within the next month.

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    Yay for shopping goodies Jay & Catlover!!

    I'm planning on taking a trip to the shops tomorrow - need to buy a 1st b'day pressie for my friend's son, but will also be getting some bits and pieces to start properly getting together my hospital bag. DH is away for the weekend so will get to wander around in my own sweet time without getting dragged into electronics shops and mens boutiques!


 

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