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    Wow thats a loyal car lol! Pram shopping is so much fun any ideas what one your getting?

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    I like the baby jogger city select. Have read great reviews on it. Keen to check it out in person. Only thing is it's not cheap if we go with this pram we'll look at hiring the capsules for it. Then by the time the twins grow out of it they can use the two baby seats we already have and we can just get a new seat for Lachlan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SH3LL13 View Post
    I like the baby jogger city select. Have read great reviews on it. Keen to check it out in person. Only thing is it's not cheap if we go with this pram we'll look at hiring the capsules for it. Then by the time the twins grow out of it they can use the two baby seats we already have and we can just get a new seat for Lachlan.
    We got the mini gt, reviews are good... Hope it's good! Haha. Ill let you know.

    It's very light and moves easily too.

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    Soundd good. We have the mountain buggy duet. DH loves it just as much, if not more than I do haha. Just keep in mind with capsules then shouldnt be in them longer than two hours at a time

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    Thanks, would love any feedback on prams. I wasn't happy with the pram I had with DS so I want to make sure ill be happy with this one
    Hope everyone here has a safe and Easter!

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    We have the City mini double - I love it, so light and easy to push and easy to fold

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    Try and go into a baby shop and push a few around you will soon learn what you do and dont like. Try not to buy the first one you like and look up reviews. Make sure whatever you get fits in your boot

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    I'm currently 10 +3, how we found out was feeling sick for 2 weeks and thought something was wrong wasn't even thinking pregnancy ( only had my last 11 months ago) so that was the last thing on my mind and I have always had trouble conceiving before 2 years between children (I have 4 boys under 10) so anyways took a home test came back positive straight away (abnormal for me) so the following Monday saw gp she sent me for a scan that got done on the Thursday, I wasn't thinking twins even though u could clearly see on the screen there were two then sonographer calmly turned to us and said " there's two In There alright" lol wow I was in so much shock and think still am as well as freaking out about the whole thing, hoping everything will be just fine.
    It has put a smile on my face seeing how well it has turned out for all u woman and your families. Congratulations to you all

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    Hi ladies,
    its been lovely reading all these stories! Ours is definately an interesting one and any advice would be most welcome. 5 year TTC, cholmid, letrozole, OI, IVF, numerous surgies and 3 FS later.

    Put 2 embies in (so expecting it could be twins), bleeding at 6wks showed two sacs but only one with a heart beat. Continued bleeding and weekly scans from this time showed we lost one (which we were expecting). Scan at 11wks OB having a look, shows me my uterus where i had surgery for septum uterus and then goes 'oh no hang on, that's a second heart beat'. Told not to get hopes up as extremely small and behind the other one.

    We are now 15wks with Twin A and technically 13wks with Twin B. No one that is treating me so far as seen anything like this. We have been told to be optimistically cautious and awaiting a referral to Melb.

    Trying to be excited that there is two and hoping and praying all will go ok. So far scans and bloods have all come back normal for both, Ob said they both look good just 2 weeks apart which is not common this early. Anyway, so for the long story, just keen for some advice and support. x


 

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