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    Quote Originally Posted by HavingitAll View Post
    @Cherrymum2be and @Soques - I have no frosties. Wish I did.

    They say with a c-section you should wait at least 9 months to get pregnant again? anyone know about that?
    @Soques - that's baby love by Robin Barker?

    HIA
    Yes.. By robin barker... My friend knows her personally...

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    Have to agree with @Soques, Baby Love by Robin Barker has been my bible for my babies, highly recommend it

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    Scubagirl u poor thing. Hope the rest really helps. It's so hard to do nothing.
    I'm also going to give breast feeding a good go. Had a disturbing dream the other night that the baby was the size of a foetus and my nipple went long and stringy😳😳😳😳.
    I have no frosties this little bean was my only good one so back to stims for me too. I wanted to try after about 9 months too but will see how I feel really keep reminding myself and partner that we deserve to really enjoy this time☺️.
    Thanks kiktik all advice is awesome😊.
    Happy weekend all😘

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    @Soques @KitiK - I bought the book! THANKS!

    HIA

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    36 weeks today.. . 4 weeks left or sooner hopefully not longer... Before get to meet my little man...

    Had some energy today... Canned 12 quarts of peaches and then made some beet & red cabbage relish and canned 6 pints...

    Here's me in the aftermath... Now time for an egg salad sandwich and a nap...maybe

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    Nice work soques. Looking awesome☺️.

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    Just a quick tmi question for all you ladies... is anyone still interested in dtd? With my first 2, we did right up until the end (and i was interested) this time I cbf (literally) and am so big everything is uncomfortable... am conscious that if it all stops now that its likely to be 3mths that dh goes without (longest time ever in our relationship) wondering what its been like for everyone else so far? Not sure if babys gender has anything to do with it or just that im so much bigger this time around!

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    I haven't been greatly interested @KitiK because of carpal tunnel but maybe at least 3 times he's home (so 3 times a fn). I'm very conscious of him still wanting things so I don't let on on my bad days cause he'd feel bad for wanting to. Sometimes I have to really talk myself in to it. Lol. Mind you, you have 2 littlies already so it's not unusual for you to feel that way

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    I think Im at the f* u dh point of the pg. I couldn't care less about what he (or anyone else) wants right now - I have had to go through this 3 times now so he can just suck it up I think. I am sure if roles were reversed I'd be getting a lot less care and support than I give him! I love him dearly and he doesn't push the issue, just want to say 'i am not interested, and won't be for a while, so, don't even ask - sort yourself out'. Haha! I just don't think they get how hard it is sometimes (particulalry if, like me, life goes on as normal, I struggle through, am independent and hardly ask for help - I guess bc I do a lot when he isn't home he thinks Im physically coping fine!) He tends to get a bit on the cranky side when he goes without (not at any of us, just in general) so I tend to know when he isnt feeling the love... wasnt sure if it was just me and I should try and make an effort, but really at this point, 33w (just about) I am already bigger than what I was full term with the others, am struggling with my own *new* body image and just want this baby out already!

    Feels good to vent that... ☺

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    Sure if you were in his shoes you'd probably want it & not get much. Men do physical work & come home to be mostly pampered. Lol. My cousin couldn't do anything as she was high risk with incompetent cervix & whilst hubby 'complained' he never pushed the issue. I think if you tell him exactly how you feel he will be the same. They are very simple creatures & can't read between the lines. Things need to be spelt out for them ;-)

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