I cried tears of joy when I checked in and read your post, so happy for you and your family. Boys are wonderful!
I hope that you enjoy telling those around you and enjoy the rest of your pregnancy.
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30-03-2011 21:17 #761
30-03-2011 22:31 #762
You're so sweet! I cried bucket loads myself after the phone call, then had to try and explain to DD through the snot and the tears that mummy was very happy and nothing was wrong! How is everything going with you?
Kaz you're not wrong there...sh!tiest with a capital S!!
Am due September 15. Need to change my ticker but can never seem to figure it out with the est of my signature and after swearing and practically throwing my laptop across the room, DP usually has to take over and "save the day". Doh.
And what about you?...25 weeks! Wohoo!
FunKy sounds GREAT!! I have everything crossed for you!!
stephsmum 30 weeks...the countdown is on?!
I'm with you on the insomnia front and I'm only 16 weeks! God it's killing me! And I hate that whole thing of the more you try to "relax" and "let go", the more awake you seem to get.
That's really sweet about DD feeling the kicks!
AFM - just enjoying a lovely cuppa with not a care in the world...ATM anyway!
30-03-2011 23:06 #763
Had a dr appointment today, Passed GD test fine so dont need triple test thank god, I hated it with my last pregnancy! But the Hospital here seems to be quite strict on weight and I am 3kgs away from being told I am too big and being sent to the Maternity hospital in Perth 200kms away! So we are going to be going walking most evenings in the hopes we can avoid that, I dont want to be away from home! Have only gained 3 kgs this pregnancy so far so hopefully a regular walking schedule will enable me to stay here
31-03-2011 06:22 #764
I am good thanks for asking. I have just taken a bit of a promotion at work for a few months so have been very busy with that and managing home stuff, ds11 is headed off on camp next week then my dad visits and off camping over Easter.
I finally got to my healthy weight range so have started to maintain so that I don't put any of the weight back on.
Ttc was starting to get to me and the dissapointment of bfn so I have taken a step back and will try a much more relaxed approach for a few months before tracking etc again when I return back to my normal job. I just take my baby asprin, megafol and vitamins every day and am enjoying bringing some romance back to dh and I instead of ttc. Dh is on night shift at the moment which has it's challenges but atleast he is at home with us. Apart from that our land titled this week so 2 weeks settlement and then we start building, all plans are completed and supplies ordered so it should all happen quickly from here on in - can't wait to be in our own place, it's been a long time coming,
31-03-2011 09:41 #765
I have been pretty busy and haven't had much time to check this thread lately.
I am a very worried though with something that happened last night and just wanted some advice on if it is something I should be worried about or whether I am stressing over nothing?
I am 27 weeks today but last night I was sitting on the couch and had severe sharp stabbing pains in my lower abdomen which came out of nowhere! The pains were very intense and had me crippled over and in tears. This lasted for about 1-2 mintues and then went to a dull period pain ache. Then the stabbing pains came back again about 10 minutes later and again lasted for a few mintues. This happened three times in the space of half an hour! I have never had pain that bad before and wasn't sure if this is normal or not?? Pretty freaked out by it but I have had no bleeding and can feel bubs moving around today. Has anyone had similar pains or know what this could be?
Hope everyones bumps and babys are well x
31-03-2011 16:23 #766
Tracy CONGRATS hunny I am sitting here with tears ********* down my face!!! I cannot wait til we see piccys of your little one!!! xoxoxoxox
stephsmum on the home stretch now hunny!!! I can't wait to get all clucky over bubby!! xoxoxoxoox
Jaci84 I had contractions that were not fun from 24 weeks with DD and lots and lots of tendons stretching with DS (my first) that at times could double me over. It is great that you are feeling bubs moving around, it wouldn't hurt to get a check up hunny and that will put your mind at ease!!! I had lost of visits to the hospital with DD cheeky thing really made her presence felt!!! wishing you all the very very best hun!!
Well I am not sure whats happening with me!! I had lots and lots of pelvic pain on Sat so bad I saw my doctor on sunday and on Mon I had BT an an U/S Mon was CD 15 and I had not seen a + surge so we thought the Clomid was making a huge cyst. The u/s tech scared me by saying I had lots of cysts on my right side. I was a mess, I cried in the toilets as my last u/s was when I saw my miscarriage was complete and a very very empty uterus, done by a 38 week pregnant lady bought back too many memories. I got my BT back and turns out I hadn't ovulated and I had 2 25mm follis on the Right (causing the pain) and a 19mm one on the left and my estrogen was 1610 and progesterone 11 so almost ready to ovulate I had O pain on the left on Tuesday and a + surge Tuesday night late yay!! so hopefully I have ovulated I am having my levels checked in the morning!!
funny thing is, this cycle I would be due on the day I knew I had actually lost my baby, the 18th of December. really strange, would be a miracle for us to come full circle, I named my lil one Laykin I was only 5 weeks and 5 days pregnant but he held on for 5 days with almost no lining before he passed.......sighs anyway I will see if my progesterone levels are rising tomorrow, Doc wants to make sure they are even though O may of just happened just in case we need to do another u/s
Take care ladies xoxoxoxo
01-04-2011 20:17 #767Senior Member
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Aj... fantastic news!!! I am sooooo happy for you!!! I hope the rest of the pregnancy flies by for you
Angel... congrats on the weight loss! What a brilliant effort!!! You go girl!
Shadow... hows bubs going now? Hope he has settled in to a nice routine for you now
Sniper.. wow.. can't believe how fast time has gone since A was born! Its a shame they grow so fast!
Funky... its your month!! Sounds very promising!!
Jaci.. i had those pains at around 28 weeks as well. Lasted 2 days then went away. I got them so bad while i was in woolies shopping that i had to stop and hold on to a shelf.. dp was standing there laughing cos ppl were looking at me wondering if i was in labour! I put it down to everything stretching away. Hope they have settled for you now.
Hi to anybody i missed.. hope all is well with you all
afm... had a scan on wednesday and bubs is looking super gorgeous! Have another one in 4 weeks and then at 36 weeks the decision will be made on how i deliver. Seems like it will be a ceaser at 38 weeks due to the fibroid blocking bubs exit. As long as he or she arrives safely i dont care how i deliver
Hope everybody has a great weekend
11-04-2011 15:37 #768Senior Member
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What are we all up too?? Have we all become busy
I havent posted as I am super boring at the moment - just plodding along, starting to feel uncomfy...waiting for bubs to change position.
Hope everyone is good x
11-04-2011 15:53 #769
So I find myself in here again! This time things feel different..firstly the fact that we absolutely were not trying to get pregnant as Dh had said no to ivf and I was beginning to come to terms with it..and I have been feeling extremely tired which I wasnt with the others and I have a cold and am generally feeling crappy!!!!
I am 5 weeks and 5 days and so far that is 2 days further than any of the others..I have a scan on Friday to make sure bubs is in the right spot but I am absolutely and completely freaking out!!!!!!!
I will need you girls to lean on!!!
Wish me luck!!
11-04-2011 16:06 #770
Just jumping in to say a biiigg contests to Shadow! So happy your little man has arrived safely! Sorry to hear about the feeding issues!!
Good luck to the rest of you lovely ladies! It's a scary ride but well worth it!
Ashton is now 3.5 months (can u believe it)! And is just one big noisy beefcake! He's great though- started sleeping 10-11 hours through at 11 weeks and feeds like a trooper! Such a little blessing!
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