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    And I really think it's worth getting rubella checked. It can be really dangerous if you contract it during pregnancy.

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    I would get blood work done if you haven't had it checked within the last 2 years. I had a full work up prior to my reversal surgery. Only thing I need to do now is have whooping cough injection, I had it the day I had DD3 so 5.5 years ago. It only lasts 5 years right?

    What's a cradle list?

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    It's like a bucket list but of all things to do before having a baby

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    Ah yep I thought that may of been it..
    I just want to fit in some holidays, lose weight and have everything prepared for when baby arrives.. DH said we may be moving next year so we're back to getting into TTCing now so I can have baby before we move interstate. Does leave much time for all my plans lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by TortoiseNotTheHare View Post
    It's like a bucket list but of all things to do before having a baby
    oh yep, I'm a bit ashamed to admit I've been collecting little bits here and there since we decided to start planning last October...

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    Collecting what kind of little bits?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TortoiseNotTheHare View Post
    Collecting what kind of little bits?
    Books, a baby bath ($5 on gumtree), more books, play mat ($10 brand new on gumtree), oh some more books (dr Seuss, little golden books), maternity shirts ($3 from Kmart). Oh and a massive second hand wooden toy box for it all to fit in. No baby clothes or toys as I know they will be a plenty with gifts/ hand-me-downs. Basically anything I see on sale/clearance that is small enough to fit in my cupboard or the toy box so I don't have to stare at it every day of TTC doesn't go well. Also it has to be able to be used for another child that may visit if we don't find success in the TTC business. I've been looking at some portacots and high chairs as well.

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    Hi girls

    Just popping my head in

    JR03 welcome officially how exciting

    Hopefully we both get UTD November.

    I just had a gp app where I checked my iron, thyroid, rubella immunity and had an early papsmear because it's due jan next year but I should be pregnant by then.

    Will catch up on everyone soon DD is awake from her nap

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    Hi all,
    been watching this thread for a little while and after a visit to the specialist yesterday I'm joining you guys here.
    To cut a long story short, My husband and I have been TTC since last year, nothing happened, went to obgyn and was diagnosed with PCOS and further tests lead me down the path of being diagnosed with hashimotos disease. I have to get my TSH level down before TTC, then it'll be time to catch up with my obgyn to get my cycles sorted and regular ready to conceive.
    Hopefully I'll be back on the TTC journey in another 2 months... Although I'm sure you can all understand how it feels to want it yesterday!
    Looking forward to chatting with you all here.

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    Welcome Posie

    I have PCOS and hashimotos too, I like my TSH under 2 to TTC and I like too keep it under 2 throughout pregnancy bit especially the first trimester

    Ohhhh a cradle list that's a good one.

    We went to Japan for a month in April so that's a big one ticked off.

    We would like to go on another holiday bit probably while pregnant as a baby moon.

    Have a few nice meals out would be nice before we get UTD so hubby and I can have a few drinks together.

    No real other things I can think off other than the renovations

    Hope everyone is well



    I stored all my daughters cloth nappies today as she toilet trained at 23 months. Was a bit sad but looking at the teeny cloth nappies was making me cluck cluck!

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