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    9 months!?!? That has gone so fast!!!

    How is everyone doing?

    I am 18 weeks on Wednesday and started feeling little kicks on the weekend. Has made this all real again! Love feeling them!!
    I think I am carrying really, really low as the kicks are really low down and my tailbone is constantly in a lot of pain. I am going to my chiro on Thursday as, along with the tailbone pain, I am getting pins and needles in my legs and my feet constantly ache! So hopefully some realignment will help me out (had a few events lately where I wasn't wearing the best of shoes!)

    Chelsea is doing ok. Had a few rough weeks, but coming through them and now she is teething her last 3 eye teeth. These have been the worst for her, poor little bugger!

    Hope everyone else is doing well!

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    Hi everyone, I've not had access to the app recently but finally got around to reinstalling it today so can now see what's happening again!

    J, I'm so pleased that your chemo is almost over! What does the surgery involve?
    I hope you start to feel much better soon after it's all completed.
    Where in QLD are you travelling to?

    Mamasupial, wow 9 months already. How is she going with feeding at the moment?

    Shelby, I so hope that 4 is your lucky number and this is your month!! Xx

    Miss X, I hope the chiropractic helps because that doesn't sound fun! Yay for feeling movement!! When is your morph scan?

    I'm 18 weeks tomorrow (I think, it's all going rather quickly and unnoticed at times!). Feeling movement since 14 weeks. It's gotten progressively earlier with each pregnancy. 17 wks with T, 15 wks with M, now 14 wks this time. Lovely to feel it otherwise I'd quite forget I'm pregnant now the first trimester exhaustion has worn off!!

    We are currently all in good health but it won't be long before that changes...the way this year has been!!

    I've just moved M to a toddler bed, as part of my progress towards weaning her from the breast. A toddler bed just makes it easier to reach her to settle her using patting and cuddling. So far, it's going well but I'm taking it gradually. Not feeding to sleep anymore but cuddling instead. She is happy with that but still demanding feeds during the day....I'll work on those slowly.

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    Nawww big bed already! They grow up so fast.

    Possums feeding hasn't improved. We have sent a referral to a paed and are waiting to hear back.

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    J and Bond, what age gap did you have between your kids? How have you found it?

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    Bond.... From memory, my morph scan is 14 July.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil Smurfy View Post
    J and Bond, what age gap did you have between your kids? How have you found it?
    There is 2 yrs 9 months between my first two. I personally wouldn't have wanted any smaller (although by accident I have a smaller gap by 6 months this time!!!). For me, by the time he was nearly 3, DS had excellent language and could entertain himself quite well (most of the time). I could trust him to be left playing while I settled bub to sleep, and he just seemed not like a 'baby' anymore. Whereas M still seems like a baby to me in many ways.

    Totally personal preference though, I think it just depends on the family to dictate what feels best. :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamasupial View Post

    Possums feeding hasn't improved. We have sent a referral to a paed and are waiting to hear back.
    Sorry to hear that. :-( Must be very stressful for you while she's still so young. Hopefully the paediatrician can help!! Xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bond Girl View Post
    There is 2 yrs 9 months between my first two. I personally wouldn't have wanted any smaller (although by accident I have a smaller gap by 6 months this time!!!). For me, by the time he was nearly 3, DS had excellent language and could entertain himself quite well (most of the time). I could trust him to be left playing while I settled bub to sleep, and he just seemed not like a 'baby' anymore. Whereas M still seems like a baby to me in many ways.

    Totally personal preference though, I think it just depends on the family to dictate what feels best. :-)
    I agree that the 3 years would be a good gap. That is what I was aiming for with C and the next one.... But seems this Bub couldn't wait any longer! There will only be 2 years, 3 months difference...... I guess I am up for the challenge! :/

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    3 years between my boys and I think it works well.

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    I'm sorry for the lack of personals but thought I should update. I had my first ob appointment today at 9 + 5 but unfortunately no heartbeat was detected. It only happened in the last few days as baby was measuring 9 weeks.
    Had the curette at 7pm tonight and I am now at home ready to sleep so this nightmare of a day can end.
    I may not be around for awhile so apologies for that but good luck to the pregnant mumma's and those TTC XX


 

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