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    Is there a January testing thread yet?

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    Oh congratulations @sydney1980!!!
    @jussi baahahha that's too funny! I've heard of many creative ways that parents get around dtd (when the kids are older)...DD obviously had no clue hehhe bless her and thinking you thought she was a bug

    AFM no symptoms of any kind. I don't think implantation would have happened just yet as I'm 5dpo. Its normally 7-12 days right? I hope next week is full of symptoms. Plllllleeeeessse let the ladies in the TWW and I, get nice Christmas BFPs
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    Quote Originally Posted by clucky_duck View Post
    Oh congratulations @sydney1980!!!
    @jussi baahahha that's too funny! I've heard of many creative ways that parents get around dtd (when the kids are older)...DD obviously had no clue hehhe bless her and thinking you thought she was a bug

    AFM no symptoms of any kind. I don't think implantation would have happened just yet as I'm 5dpo. Its normally 7-12 days right? I hope next week is full of symptoms. Plllllleeeeessse let the ladies in the TWW and I, get nice Christmas BFPs
    Haha we thought we were safe - she's never awake at 4.30 in the morning. We didn't know she was in there until dh suddenly went "oh ****! Child!" And she was already innocently standing next to the bed. Clearly my child is a ninja...

    At least she didn't do what she did about a year ago, when she sprung us and then attempted to climb on too :/ she's only ever sprung us twice thankfully...

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    Oh @jussi that is hilarious! I'm so paranoid that my DS might accidentally walk in on us! But also, good in you guys for being bothered to DTD at 4.30am! That kind of effort must surely be rewarded with a BFP! 😂

    Snap! @clucky_duck I'm about 5/6dpo too. Just twiddling my thumbs until next week. I outright refuse to symptom spot this month cos I did it for the first time last month & was so much more dissappointed with AF arrived. I'm just gonna try & keep busy. I got my new Thermomix on Thursday so that I certainly helping as I cook cook cook! 😊

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    Was meant to get AF yesterday according to 1 app.. But another app says I'm due for AF on Monday.. BFN so far.. Time will tell I guess

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    Quote Originally Posted by McBecks View Post
    Oh @jussi that is hilarious! I'm so paranoid that my DS might accidentally walk in on us! But also, good in you guys for being bothered to DTD at 4.30am! That kind of effort must surely be rewarded with a BFP! 😂

    Snap! @clucky_duck I'm about 5/6dpo too. Just twiddling my thumbs until next week. I outright refuse to symptom spot this month cos I did it for the first time last month & was so much more dissappointed with AF arrived. I'm just gonna try & keep busy. I got my new Thermomix on Thursday so that I certainly helping as I cook cook cook! 😊
    Haha yeah was waiting for af to finish, and we just happened to both wake up at 4.30 so...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jussi View Post
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    I haven't seen one yet.. We're homeless at the moment!

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    Quote Originally Posted by monkey&&me View Post
    I haven't seen one yet.. We're homeless at the moment!
    Here you are x

    http://www.bubhub.com.au/community/f...d-January-2015!

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    Default Dynamic December Testing Thread 2014

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    @EnPointe can you please change my test date to 22nd? I O'd early than I expected...which means I can test earlier too


 

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