Wow @JulieMalooley!! Your son and daughter are just perfect!!!
I thought I'd quickly delete the pic if the second line wasn't visible. But if you can see it @winsor I'll keep it up. It's so hard to photograph squinters. Yeah I agree, definitely a singleton. After this afternoons dip I can only pray for a surge tomorrow. xx
Last edited by Tahli; 18-03-2016 at 16:42.
Hang in there Tahli, I can still see it. Just try and keep the faith a little longer.
Lovely photos juliemalooley. It is amazing how developed they are at that gestation. My cousins daughter was born at 25 weeks. My cousin said she was about the size of her foot but everything was there. It was just the lungs that still needed developing.
Neurotic 'pregnant?' lady post...I just POAS before getting ready to go my sisters hen's night. It was 2.45hrs from the last test with no fluids & I was cramping so that was the max I could hold for...and I've got my second line back!! Jesus Christ I'm going to drive you girls insane!!!! (I'm so so sorry that I'm such a mess.)
@Tahli that is wonderful news . The concentration of HCG is so small at this stage it doesn't take much to make those lines fade... I had quite a few anxious moments early on with my FRERs - I consistently found the morning test lines were almost always fainter than the afternoon ones, so I tried to stick to POAS once a day in the late arvo to keep myself from freaking out about fading lines... Now go and enjoy that hens night.
@winsor I've been quietly following your journey from the sidelines and I am so sorry to hear your news. Sending love and hugs your way
Last edited by Felicity Fox; 18-03-2016 at 18:53.
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