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    Hi Ladies

    Sorry I haven’t been getting on much lately. Between work, a now 2yo (eeek) and being preggie life has been slightly full on! I have tried to catch up as much as possible.
    @SJ565 Its so hard deciding when to finish. With DD I stopped at 35 weeks but was in a very high pressure long hours job. I was over ready by that stage! This time I am officially stopping at 36 weeks but will probably do some casual hours the week after. I am intending on taking the few weeks before bub comes to just spend one-one time with my DD – starting to mourn our last solo time together which is crazy but I hear very normal!

    I changed jobs to a far less stressful role within the same industry after DD and came back 4 days instead of 5 days. Best thing I have done. Would love to do 3 days max but financially I have to do 4 days unfort. You can always start less days and work up depending on how it works for your new wee family?
    @Lisa Maria my due date hasn’t changed at all. With the FET my OB (also an FS) sticks with the dates but just leaves it that bubs size fluctuates. Are you seeing a private or public OB? I have other friends that are in the public system and their OBs also change due dates for IVFers.
    @freakedout44 I did notice that bubs movements fluctuated in the early days. Agree though – if you are ever worried call you OB or hospy ward and ask for some monitoring. I had CTG monitoring once with my DD as I didn’t feel she moved a lot that day, she of course instantly started moving as soon as they hooked me up but at least I knew all was okay. It sends you bonkers doesn’t it.

    AFM
    27 weeks now. Passed my GD test a few weeks ago and all other blood work is looking good. The GD test was horrid blergh! I spent 45mins in a ball just trying to keep the liquid in!

    I can’t believe I start my 3rd trimester on Friday! What?! My morning sickness is still here but just nausea now, I have stopped actual vomiting finally. I had the same with DD my entire pregnancy so did expect this would happen. I have been doing a specialised Pilates program twice per week plus physio sessions because of my lower back pain. My physio recommended I use a sacroiliac joint belt to help – amazing amazing! I have to be very careful what I do but its manageable now.

    I have been told I have a glow now….. don’t feel glowly but I will take the compliment

    I have no idea what to get ready and sorted for a second bubba. I think we will be doing a lot of organising over the Christmas holidays with more car seats and working out what to do with a pram for two kidlets. Bub is getting DDs nursery which is gender neutral so that makes that job much easier (although I do have intense desire to buy many many baby items lol).

    Hope you are all well ladies

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    Barca - Thats so sad, such an unexpected tragedy, Im so sorry. I am relieved that it is something that you and DH will hopefully never experience again and I hope the results have provided a little closure for you both.

    Dancingbutterfly - glad to hear all is going well. I feel the same, want to spend some time with my DD, just the two of us before bub arrives! Yay for 3rd trimester, I cant wait to get there, Im still so anxious.

    Freakedout - how did you go yesterday, did you speak with your OBST, has bub started moving again? I hope all is ok.

    AFM - am narrowing down some names, have about 4-5 now (compared to a huge list of over 20!) with one that I think is the standout (my DD is being very helpful and only likes one name and refuses to even consider others, lol) - but Im keeping my options open for now - its sooooo hard naming someone!
    How is everyone else going with names?

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    DUE IN FEBRUARY 2016
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    I hope you dont mind, but I added Barca's lost angel Johnny - if your uncomfortable with this, I can remove it xx.
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    Thanks @SugarBerry.

    Bubs is kick'n again...still not as much as before, but enough to put my mind at ease after 3 days of hardly anything.

    Obs said it is very common.

    As for names - DH and I have had our girls name picked for ages, but boys names are so hard! We think we have decided on Charlie John (middle name after DHs grandpa) but still not 100% sure if it's 'the one'

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    Freakedout - so glad to hear your little one is moving again, maybe just having a bit of a rest. Boys names are hard, but I struggled with my DD too, I just finding naming someone soooo hard! Charlie is a great name!
    My top few are: Sebastian, Braydon, Liam, Evan and Brandon, middle name will be Robert after my dad - so far Sebastian and Braydon are the front runners....but with so much time still to go, this could change...lol

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    @SugarBerry I really like Sebastian and Liam.
    it's so hard to name someone you haven't really met yet

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    Default IVF babies due January/February/March 2016

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    @freakedout44 glad u can feel movement again! Picking names is so tough! We haven't had any luck yet but haven't actually done much looking, just something we think abt in the background...
    @SugarBerry love all those names! U have quite the list! Don't know if that makes it easier or harder...
    @dancingbutterfly good to hear all going well with u. Yay for passing it GD test. Not looking fwd to mine, still feeling nauseous and worse if I don't eat as soon as I get up so hopefully I can get thru it ok! Good to hear u've found something for ur back too! Yay!!
    @LisaMaria yay for 3rd tri!! Only 3 more months to worry abt the labor lol. I'm sure u'll be fine, forget all abt it straight after anyway as they say lol. I'm feeling much better. Only vomiting 1-2 times a day now and have had some vom free days as well! Still nauseous in the mornings and evenings but much better than 24/7. I'm even starting to get excited abt my pregnancy now!

    Still not feeling movement at 21 weeks I have an anterior placenta so that doesn't help. Had my morph scan and all looks well thankfully. Starting to put on weight too and have a nice bump now!

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    Default IVF babies due January/February/March 2016

    @NizzleRizzle I have anterior placement too and didn't get regular movements for s while, first major movements are not to almost 23 weeks - but then not regular for few more weeks.
    @freakedout44 glad you have felt movement it can be so stressful I'm now at the point where I get very regular movement but yesterday morning I felt nothing for a while until I got kicked in the car on the way to work so guess that what it will be like for the next 8 weeks!

    Names are so hard! We have agreed on Rex as a middle name which was my grandpa 's nickname it's a bit different I know but figured that for a middle name that is ok! Any one suffering with capal tunnel?!!! It's beginning to bug me! Also I'm now booked in for a c-section on 11th Jan... Got another scan in a couple of weeks for good measure then not long..
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    @Rarah11 - wow! Your baby will be here so soon! Bet that date seems so far away for you at the moment though.
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