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    Loulaa I am not sure how they come up with it but had a few friends go through this same place and they have been right each time though I am not banking on it.

    So just to be nosy where is every one from? I live on the gold coast.


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    @LilMiss, we were in the August 2012 group together

    Quote Originally Posted by LouLaa View Post
    What are you looking at car wise?

    My eldest is in year one too
    DF wants a big kind of 4WD, like a Patrol or Landcruiser. I have heard the Mitsubishi Delica is a good one, and still has the 4WD on it. I'm a but concerned about the cost to insure and keep full of petrol of a big 4WD.
    I would be just as happy driving a people mover, but he is so not keen on one, lol!

    Our eldest is in year one too

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    Quote Originally Posted by gold coast mumma View Post
    Loulaa I am not sure how they come up with it but had a few friends go through this same place and they have been right each time though I am not banking on it.

    So just to be nosy where is every one from? I live on the gold coast.

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    Im in townsville

    Quote Originally Posted by LlamaMa View Post
    @LilMiss, we were in the August 2012 group together
    Hi been a while! Congrats again


    me + he = dd1 (July 2007), dd2 (July 2010), dd3 (August 2012), dd4 (due May 2014) + sil (1997)

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    I'm located 2 1/2 hrs inland from Rockhampton.

    As long as you don't let the fuel tanks drop below half way on the 4WD it's fine, once it gets to empty it's well over $200 to fill them up. But they are great for us especially as our OB is 41/2 hours drive a way.

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    Hi ladies!
    I'm 31 weeks with number 3.
    Maybe I'm crazy but I am so excited. Not at all concerned yet about the logistics of a third. Think I'm still just trying to get through each day juggling a physical job and 2 very sweet but active boys.

    How did you all find the jump from 2 to 3? Should I be more worried???

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    Quote Originally Posted by One of THOSE mums! View Post
    Hi ladies!
    I'm 31 weeks with number 3.
    Maybe I'm crazy but I am so excited. Not at all concerned yet about the logistics of a third. Think I'm still just trying to get through each day juggling a physical job and 2 very sweet but active boys.

    How did you all find the jump from 2 to 3? Should I be more worried???
    Its ok not to be worried about it! The only reason why I'm worried about 2 to 3 is because there is only going to be a 12 month possibly 11 month age gap between mine But both my boys are quite laid back so maybe I shouldn't worry so much!

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    I'm from Sydney

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    Quote Originally Posted by One of THOSE mums! View Post
    How did you all find the jump from 2 to 3? Should I be more worried???
    I'll be asking you in a few months time

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    Quote Originally Posted by gold coast mumma View Post
    Hi

    I am 12 weeks pregnant with number 4 too. I have 14,9,7 year old boys. All of them were premmie born at 35,29,30 weeks so hoping for one that will stay put for longer this time.

    This time around have been feeling so nauseous and exhausted so fingers crossed for a girl.

    Is anyone finding out what they are having?

    This is my partners first and he doesnt want to know so I am going along with it even though its killing me.

    Vivienne

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    Hope you all don't mind if I join in. Not pregnant (yet) but hopefully this is the month. If I get a BFP it will be number 4 for me. I'll be in a very similar boat to you @goldcoastmumma .... My 3 are from my first marriage & 9,11 & 13. Mine are VERY close with each other & I'm nervous that if we do end up with a new bubba - I'll want 2 just so the smallest doesn't get lonely. What are your thoughts @goldcoastmumma?

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    We are definitely going to go for number 5 so number 4 has a sibling in close age. We ideally would like 18-24 months apart. @Legeyt

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