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    I thought flying was 36w... I flew quite often last time at 32w and had quite a gut could have mistaken me for a few weeks later but nothing said...obviously long haul not ideal.... I would go family support for sure.... I lived 45 min from mum ( Gold Coast ) whilst on mat leave but moved back to our house in bris 5 min away once started working more than a day a week ( and I stayed at mums the night b4 I worked each week until moved back closer...since I started when ds was 7w).... Not as good for dh work but hey my sanity and support is v imp... Loved getting out to work just that little bit....haven't flown since though ds just turned 2! I do miss travelling a bit but can't risk getting stuck away since ds still bfs.....

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