Happy b'day Ruby, hope she has had a great day.....
Just a quick one....Kade had Pre school today and really needs to go to bed......feral time has hit...
Hope you all have had a great day
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08-05-2012 17:40 #571
08-05-2012 19:31 #572
HAPPY BIRTHDAY RUBY!!!! soooo grown up now, watch out terrible twos!!
Amum feral time hit here three days ago & hasn't stopped
JFB what can they do for tongue ties? Welldone on Es growth, especially with how hard a time you're having.
Fiona I was a freak & worked until my water broke I would NEVER do that again. I think it's really up to you, I worked as I am self employed & if I don't work I don't get $$.
Alittle how's the follies going?
Sonja I have to say Marc seemed to grow way to quick. I bet he is gorgeous now, I hope I get over at the end of the month so I can see him & you gorgeous girls also.
Well I finally packed my maternity clothes away it was sooooo sad, god I hope I get to wear them again
08-05-2012 21:49 #573
Happy Birthday Ruby! Hope you all had a lovely day BK
Nessie, definately keep those maternity clothes handy!
Fiona, I left 6 weeks before due date and was so happy I did. It just gave me enough time to do some sorting around home and to rest when I wanted to. I was just so tired at work and had a rather uncaring boss, so was glad not to have to deal with the pressure from him anymore.
JFB, nice weight gain for E. Good news. Hope Westmead help you out.
AFM, trigger tomorrow and EPU on Friday with transfer on Monday all going well. if this cycle doesn't work then think I'll just do a natural FET next cycle with my last frozen embie and have made an appointment with Warren DeAmbrosis in Qld for August. He is well know for getting old farts like me pregnant and just generally gets alot of good feedback due to his down to earth and caring nature.
08-05-2012 21:54 #574
Thanks everyone. Ruby had a gorgeous day. It was lovely to see her really understand what the day was about. She was beside herself with happiness and excitement all day
09-05-2012 09:26 #575
Thank you so much for your advice & replies.
They made me feel very supported and more at ease to finish earlier if I decide to, still weighing up options as I am feeling a bit better this week. I have a midwofe appointment tomorrow so will chat with her, might split the difference and work to 35 weeks, that gives work a little bit of time to get organised, (as well as me!)
But yeah - so appreciative of the support - made me feel less pathetic and guilty!
09-05-2012 11:01 #576Senior Member
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kismet: how is your mum going?
sonja: i cant the beleive women at ur old work would still be working the day b4 having a baby.....how absurd!
good luck alittle with your xfer.
i meant to tell u....the name we picked comes from two 90's singers (not that im stuck in grunge or anything.......maybe a bit)...Evangeline is a song from the Matthew Sweet album 'girlfriend' and Grace is of course from Jeff Buckleys AWESOMEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE album 'Grace'....
09-05-2012 21:13 #577
JFB - mum has settled down and seems ok atm. I've been busy talking to dementia advisors and it does sound like she is in the early stages of it, I just need to know how to handle it and be prepared as best I can to deal with it and help her when she's out of control as it is only going to get worse. To top that off when I was talking to her dr he informed me my dad may have prostate cancer , I was rather thrown by the matter of fact way he put it as dad hadn't mentioned it to anyone, but after speaking with dad about it I think he was pretty clueless as to what was going on himself. I've booked him into a specialist to find out what is going on. Tomorrow their GP is coming to see both my parents and myself as I have both of them to deal with now and the way they're both going I will need to get a handle on things. So it's been a pretty F**ked up week to say the least.
Alittle - wow that's gone quick, seems like you've hardly had to do anything. Hope it goes well and you don't need to see the guru Dr Wazza, but good idea if you do. I wish I could afford to fly to QLD and do a cycle with him, he's managed to help a fellow bhubber our age get a bfp today on her 1st cycle with him.
Hi to everyone, a tad tired atm but trying to keep up.
10-05-2012 01:27 #578
Kismet. So sorry to hear about your folks. It sounds like a really tough time all round.y thoughts are with you.
10-05-2012 11:53 #579
oh Kismet, you poor thing, dealing with parent health and worries is so exhausting.
Sending you lots of strength and support. Hope it gets sorted or improves and you get a bit of a break.
10-05-2012 13:05 #580
Kismet, all I can do is offer hugs.
What a tough time for you. Xxxx
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