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    BEST post ever lol.

    Sorry you're struggling though. It's good to have a countdown in days and not weeks. Mine is almost identical to yours....that's to 40wk. My OB won't let me go past 40w1d. That's his rule. But I'm secretly hoping he'll make us induce earlier due to size of bub. Last appt he was still measuring 2wks ahead of his due date.

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    Hopefully @Happyma you will have a short spontaneous labour at 38w, delivering a healthy goegeous baby and won't need to get to 40w! Fx for you!

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    That's what I keep coaching bubby on hehe! 38 is my number.

    How do you get on with not having hubby around? Do you have other support?

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    Raspberry leaf tea from 37weeks and lots of squats! Haha!

    I LOVE having my own time and routine when DH is away, we all miss him, but have our own groove when he is away, its been that way DD1&2s whole lives (he started fifo 2 years before DD1 was born). I don't think I could handle him being home all the time. .. I have always been fiercely independent and even working ft and studying pt I managed - not sure how. Organisation and meal planning is the key I think. We recently moved interstate away from my family and I have no support here (his family is here but tbh they are useless - no offence), but I am not working here atm either (still on leave from my employer) so it's like a bit of a holdiay. I am sure reality will come crashing in when I have to go back to work and manage 3, but that wont be till at least 2017 at this stage...

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    Oh and dd1 is at school and I have dd2 in daycare 1 x day a week (socialisation and a break for me) so although it is expensive, I wouldnt have it any other way, I cherish my 1 alone time day a week to rest and organise everything

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    Totally exhausted today... how is everyone else going?

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    Last day of work today for 12 months!!! They all gave me a great send off with an afternoon tea and a nice card with 2 (twin) gift cards! They were all surprised that I was able to work for this long. 31 weeks today! 45 days till babies. Feet are starting to swell and back aching by the arvo and I'm getting huge. Bring on the next 6 weeks I say.

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    Last day of work today for 12 months!!! They all gave me a great send off with an afternoon tea and a nice card with 2 (twin) gift cards! They were all surprised that I was able to work for this long. 31 weeks today! 45 days till babies. Feet are starting to swell and back aching by the arvo and I'm getting huge. Bring on the next 6 weeks I say.

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    @KitiK I agree, I am totally exhausted this week. The back/pelvic pain has kicked in with a vengeance this week and I had horrible leg cramps last night when I went to bed! I've pretty much been awake since 2am and I've got a day of work ahead of me. At least it's Friday!
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    I am getting leg cramps too @nvandmv! Usually in my calves but got one in my hamstring this am - OMG! Am already up 3 x a night (10pm and 3am for dd2 bottle) and usually midnight to pee and then up at 530 with the kids! I gather its nature getting me ready again for 3 hourly feeds... No such thing as looking fwd to Friday for me :/ hope all you gals having your first bubs are making the most of Fridays! x


 

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