And im so so very lucky DS has so much love. Thursdays are "nanny and poppy day" with my parents and friday is "nunna and nunno day" with ExDPs parents. This has happened every week from the time i returned to work.
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15-05-2012 12:28 #61
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15-05-2012 13:21 #63
i wish you all the luck and baby dust for number 3, and hopefully you get some very excited reactions when you do fall
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15-05-2012 13:26 #64
She told me last time I saw her that she was going to bite her cheeks, and I told her under no circumstance was she to put her teeth anywhere near our dd!!! even gently as she said she'd do so!!! we had a 3d scan done and dd has some very pinchable(sp) chubby cheeks, and she's been warned not to pinch them either. She thinks she's being gentle but she's really really rough!
15-05-2012 14:07 #65-
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Actually my sisters reaction was something I expected, but was hoping she wouldn't say out loud to people. Her exact words to my mother, were:
"I am the older sister and I should have kids first. She is too young (I was 30yo) and is single too. Therefore she needs to abort, right now before it is too late!"
She has been saying this rubbish to all of our family and friends. She moved in with my parents a few weeks ago and now literately locks herself in her room when we come to visit for a few days. She does not want to see or hear DS and me
Luckily for her she has a hotplate, a hot water jug and a toilet/laundry in the garage(where the spare bedroom is).
15-05-2012 14:21 #66
Misschief that's terrible *hugs*
15-05-2012 14:45 #67
I'd probably stay there weeks on end if it was an option just to pi$s her off! haha she wouldn't be able to stay in there forever!
15-05-2012 14:45 #68
15-05-2012 15:59 #69
With my first son, my dad who I was most scared of telling, straight up said 'you are keeping it, aren't you?' He was very excited and so was my mum and family and I was only 19 at the time. I thought they were going to go nuts at me!
I am no longer with my first sons dad and have since married and had another child.. When I announced that pregnancy, my parents were over the moon, his parents thought it was a bad idea and said that I needed to realize that my husbands career was more important than children and his mum offered to look up abortion clinics and get me into some counselling! I was like wtf?? about half way into the pregnancy they suddenly changed and were very excited about us having a baby.. They now think it's wonderful being grandparents!
With this pregnancy, everyone was super excited!
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