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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
    He's a farmer and he works 7 days a week, sometimes 18 hour days and is away overnight frequently. When my first child was born I was in hospital 5 days and one of those days he couldn't even visit because of the farm. When we did get home he had to go to work that arvo. In almost 4 years I can only remember him having about 10 days off except for 2 interstate holidays.
    Amyd that must be so hard. I have a few friends who are practically single parenting. Def a very tough gig. We'll be here for a chat if you need though

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    Anyone else show super early this time? I can't wait to tell people, but will hold out another three weeks til 12. Had 3 losses before and want to tell the kids first, but my tummy is so round already!!

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    I did show quite early with DS2 but DS1 was only 7 months when we conceived. I'm 7 weeks and not showing but definitely feeling very bloated by the end of the day

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    I'm only 9weeks, but DS2 is only 8months and for the first time I didn't get back to my pre-preg weight. Probably why I feel so frumpy!

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    I'm 18 weeks and I've had to start telling people because I look pregnant. Number 1 I hid till at least 24 weeks - even then people didn't believe me!

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    Oh wow! I think if I didn't have DS2 people would be asking me already! Having said that, when people didn't know me they were surprised with DS2 when I said I was preg til about 20wks. But those who know me knew straight away :-) I'm just looking forward to 12week scan so I can tell DS1 & DD

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    I was massive with my first- very noticable bump by 10 weeks.

    Second I was still having to tell people u was pregnant the week before I had her.

    Third I couldnt hide it past 8 weeks, another massive bump.

    This one ive had a bump for a while but its only been in the last couple of weeks people have realised its a baby bump lol (im 33 weeks) and when I say how far along I am they tell me im small.

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

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    Hey lil miss, what kinda size were your babies then? My last was 9lb5 (and I'm usually 53kg and 5 ft3) so already hoping not to grow such a biggin!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goosey01 View Post
    Hey lil miss, what kinda size were your babies then? My last was 9lb5 (and I'm usually 53kg and 5 ft3) so already hoping not to grow such a biggin!
    First was 7lb 7 (I was 48kg at the time I fell pregnant and am just over 5ft5)

    Second was 6lb 3

    Third was 6lb 14

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

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    I dug out my old pregnancy diaries (well...not really diaries, they are just word documents).

    People starting noticing around the 18 week mark with both kids. I would have guessed it was earlier.


 

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