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    We're having so much trouble thinking of boy name number 3. We'll get there but at the moment it feels like we've used the only good ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goosey01 View Post
    Anyone else worried about another little personality, with all their likes and dislikes, coming along?! Our ds2 is just really starting to assert himself and, as to be expected, is very different from Ds1 & dd! A little thing, but for example, they all have such different taste buds! And different body clocks! I feel exhausted just thinking about juggling it all!!!
    I'm really curious to see what this little man will be like. His brothers are so different in every way possible so it will be interesting to see whether he's like either of them....or just his own little person!

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    Thanks GCM and Chippa. It really does help to know I'm not alone. I woke up this morning hoping to feel better but I'm still sad today and then of course....guilty for even being sad!

    Amyd - I'm totally stuck on names. There is one we liked but never used for the other two. DH suggested we use it but I kind feel like that's giving this baby the leftovers lol. I hope that makes some sense?! Xx

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    LouLaa give yourself time.
    Maybe we should all throw some boys names out there for those that are struggling.

    I like

    Noah
    Blair for girl or boy
    Blake for girl or boy
    Alexander
    Hudson
    Jonah

    There that shiuld give you some food for thought lol



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    Great idea GCM!

    I already have an Isaac and a Hamish.

    I like:
    Ashton
    Christian
    Lachlan
    Flynn
    Callum
    Brydon

    Argh there are more but I can't think of them lol


    Me + DH = DS1 (6), DS2 (2) and #3 due September 8th

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    Happy Mother's Day ladies :-) hope you're all getting spoilt!

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    Hi ladies, hope everyone is doing well!

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    All good on this front! Def not sick anymore, but much more tired than my previous pregnancies at this stage. Preg whilst looking after others is exhausting. I'm tucked up in bed by 8.30 every night :-) I have my first hospital appt next week. I'm looking forward to that but also a bit nervous. My last birth wasn't great (shoulder dystocia) so I'm not sure how this will all pan out - but I guess you never do!

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    Nearly 21 weeks. Had second doctors appointment with consultant this time. They have said because I have double placenta front and back I have to have a special scan at 28 weeks to check if the fetal vessels are sitting over cervix or not. If they are because of history of premature rupture of waters they will look at possibility of delivering by c section at 30 weeks. If they are not then will deliver by c section when they break or 37 weeks. History of them breaking at 34,29 and 30 weeks does not help. Has been a **** week and now we wait. No lifting no sex and I am getting married in 2 weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gold coast mumma View Post
    Nearly 21 weeks. Had second doctors appointment with consultant this time. They have said because I have double placenta front and back I have to have a special scan at 28 weeks to check if the fetal vessels are sitting over cervix or not. If they are because of history of premature rupture of waters they will look at possibility of delivering by c section at 30 weeks. If they are not then will deliver by c section when they break or 37 weeks. History of them breaking at 34,29 and 30 weeks does not help. Has been a **** week and now we wait. No lifting no sex and I am getting married in 2 weeks.

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    Oh wow GCM that all sounds a bit scary! I hope things work out ok for you. I'll be thinking of you for sure! I hope you can enjoy your wedding despite your troubles. All the best xxx

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