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    @Mrs Hopeful congrats on your little girl!
    @Molros it's so hard not to stress about weight gain! I had a real burst of it too, I think I put on 1.5 kg in a week around 18 weeks. Since then I've tried not to weigh myself much cause it was stressing me. As long as your dr is happy I wouldn't worry.

    As for the food thanks for the tips ladies! It's nice hearing what everyone else does. I tend to get a bit caught up with the rules!!

    When is everyone planning on stopping work? I was hoping to make it to 37 weeks but my job is full on physical and this week I've been wondering if that's a bit ambitious.

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    @Mrs Hopeful congratulations!!! Very exciting news for you @Molros I'm sure you look beautiful, try not to worry. I haven't weighed myself once since I got pregnant and neither has my OB so I have no idea how much weight I've put on and I'm not planning on finding out until a good few months after birth! @Willowglen I'm planning to work up until 37 weeks too only because I love my job and it's not very demanding physically so hoping I'll be ok. I'm such a busy person I don't know how I'll go being at home but I think as much rest before the birth is advisable! My friends with newborns are all so tired.

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    I'll be finishing up at 36 weeks at this stage. I work in the nursery room at a childcare centre so picking up babies all day long, I don't think ill last much longer than that. I'm doing my diploma in childcare at the moment so I'll have something to do before the baby comes I have to have all my leave forms in by next week!

    Congrats on a girl Mrs Hopeful!!

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    I'm hoping to finish at 37 weeks. But I suppose it depends how I'm going - not looking forward to the hot weather!

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    I work in an office on a casual basis, so depends on how much work they want to give me but atm plan is to work up to 38 weeks but on a part time basis from about 32 weeks (2/3 days a week)
    Its nice having the time spread out allows me to do shopping before I get huge and uncomfortable and rest when I need to.
    Im knackered most days - anyone else still struggling with fatigue/exhaustion in 2nd and 3rd Trimesters?

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    I'm finishing at 34 weeks, taking my long service and then 12 months maternity leave. Can't wait! I need a bit of a career break.

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    Yes, I'm hoping to take all my long service leave and maternity leave all at half pay. That will at least keep some money coming in for nearly 12 months. I don't think I could get by on nothing for any length of time.

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    I'm finishing at 34 weeks. My job is busy on my feet a lot and I drive to three sites. I'm counting down already!

    Also I most likely will end up delivering early with my higher BP. Anyone else wishing the time would go by faster? I'm trying not to, but I just want to know he's arrived and ok! especially as he's measuring small so off for a growth scan Friday, keeping fingerscrossed he won't drop more behind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flower78 View Post
    I'm finishing at 34 weeks. My job is busy on my feet a lot and I drive to three sites. I'm counting down already!

    Also I most likely will end up delivering early with my higher BP. Anyone else wishing the time would go by faster? I'm trying not to, but I just want to know he's arrived and ok! especially as he's measuring small so off for a growth scan Friday, keeping fingerscrossed he won't drop more behind.
    Im with you I want it to hurry up so I know bub is ok iv been freaking out way to much during this pregnancy I just want to meet her !

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