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    Default 20 week morph scan results

    When I go for my ultra sound on the 4th ill be having the kids looked after. But the 5th (Friday) I have my doc appt for results and other stuff but I have no one to watch them, they are both toddlers, do you guys think they would be annoyed at the hospital if I brought them with me? I'm going to redcliff hospital, I might be able to get someone to watch them but I'm not sure yet

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    Default Re: 20 week morph scan results

    They might be annoyed but if you don't have anyone to watch them your only choices would be to take them with you or reschedule your appointment for a day that you can get them looked after.

    If I were you I'd just take them, who cares if the hospital gets annoyed.

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    Default Re: 20 week morph scan results

    I took my DS with me to both U/S and my midwife appt so far. The only one I haven't taken him to was the booking in because I knew it would take forever.

    They are probably used to kids coming. Not everyone can get a babysitter every single appt.

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    I have had 2 kiddies at redcliffe and always taken theothers with me. Just be prepared it may be a bit of a wait but sometimes they have lovely volunteers there to get toys, colouring pics etc.
    There has never been a time i have ben criticised for taking them, most of the time the middies love to have achat with them!!
    Goodluck!!

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    My kids almost always have to come with me and it's never been a problem. I find they often have toys they can bring out to amuse them while you chat or you can just bring your own. Some snacks are a good move as well.
    I think it would ridiculous for them to get annoyed, not everyone has babysitters on hand so what else are you meant to do but bring them?

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    I always take my kids to the appts. I try and avoid the ultrasounds but so far had atleast 1.
    Kids are 3.5 and 2. I try and take bribes like sticker books ($2 from the reject shop) and if they get really restless I bring out the biscuits.

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    Default Re: 20 week morph scan results

    I take DS 17 months to all my appointments. He cries when they check my blood pressure & fundal height, etc. but it's only for a minute. I take snacks and some books for while we wait.

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