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    Congratulations cocoblue!!! They are both just beautiful!!!!

    I've been following along with you guys but not posting.

    My bubba boy is due September 19 and I'm finishing up work in 3 weeks - I need to, I'm huge and uncomfortable and my brain has pretty much ceased working, so I'm no use to anyone at work.

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    Allie, this is my last week of work (I'll be 34 weeks when I finish) and everyone seems to think that's early, well that's the feeling I get anyway, maybe I'm just being sensitive?! I'd need a medical cert to work any longer than that anyway so I just thought stuff it, I'll finish at 34 weeks. Especially as we moved in April and still have SO much to get ready, we haven't even put the cot together yet lol.

    I get the impression that people (especially some men in my office) seem to think I'm now on a 6 week holiday LOL!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colbie View Post
    Allie, this is my last week of work (I'll be 34 weeks when I finish) and everyone seems to think that's early, well that's the feeling I get anyway, maybe I'm just being sensitive?! I'd need a medical cert to work any longer than that anyway so I just thought stuff it, I'll finish at 34 weeks. Especially as we moved in April and still have SO much to get ready, we haven't even put the cot together yet lol.

    I get the impression that people (especially some men in my office) seem to think I'm now on a 6 week holiday LOL!!
    with my DD i finished up at 30 weeks, which was the end of the school term. She was born at 37+5 anyway. going by school terms again, i will be about 30 weeks this time too.

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    @MrsTugs I noticed my name has made it to the bfp list now for the other details, DH and I are both 30, and this will be our second child

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    Quote Originally Posted by jussi View Post
    with my DD i finished up at 30 weeks, which was the end of the school term. She was born at 37+5 anyway. going by school terms again, i will be about 30 weeks this time too.
    Are you a teacher @jussi? If so, how did you find working during your pregnancy was?


    Me -26 DH - 28.... TTC since April '14
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    Quote Originally Posted by Katvee View Post
    Are you a teacher @jussi? If so, how did you find working during your pregnancy was?


    Me -26 DH - 28.... TTC since April '14
    BFP July 6th, EDD March 17th
    Yes, at the time I was full time in a class of year 1/2. Now I teach English as a Second Language. I found I was fairly tired - lots of early bed times! But otherwise I coped fine. I didn't have much morning sickness so that helped. I did have some very challenging students though.

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    I've just read this entire thread again :-)

    I loved reading how encouraging you all were for me to actually test.. I got my BFP at 6+5 . I'm now 19+3

    had a doctors appointment today , just a follow up from the scan on Friday. I've got antenatal physio tomorrow at my hospital.

    love feeling bub move, I would share a pic but no clue how.

    Big hugs to everyone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrumbleBee View Post
    I've just read this entire thread again :-)

    I loved reading how encouraging you all were for me to actually test.. I got my BFP at 6+5 . I'm now 19+3

    had a doctors appointment today , just a follow up from the scan on Friday. I've got antenatal physio tomorrow at my hospital.

    love feeling bub move, I would share a pic but no clue how.

    Big hugs to everyone.
    @CrumbleBee we would love to see pics when you work it out

    AFM, I will be testing on 22/7 which will be about cd27 for me, as I have made an appt with my gp for that day. My last three cycles have been 29 days. I want to start doing something more than just bd'ing as we have been trying for over a year now with one mc end of March.
    Today is cd13 and I have given DH the night off tonight ;-)


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    first attempt...

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    Okay , it's flipped bub on it's side, don't get a sore neck looking lol.... I have no idea how to change that!


 

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