I hate surprises and i am terribly impatient so I don't think I could stop myself from finding out the gender.. We've already got a boys name (we will name him Owen after my late father) but if we have a girl I'm at a complete loss! Having worked in childcare for nearly 5 years a lot of kids have ruined names for me lol. I think when we have more children we will probably be happy to keep the gender a secret but first time round I think we'd be better prepared if we knew. Then I can go all silly on the nursery!
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26-07-2013 21:08 #121
26-07-2013 21:17 #122
We've both decided when we are pregnant that we won't find out bubs gender. We have talked about names and have a few but will name when we meet bub. As for when we let people know, I want to keep it quiet for a bit but no doubt he will be telling everyone as soon as we know, he is very excited hehe.. and I can't blame him. Our parents, and siblings will definitely know when we know as will my best friends.
Probably start trying early 2014 although if we fell now it wouldn't matter (house isn't finished yet though ..)
Thoughts and hugs with everyone who have had angel babies xox
26-07-2013 21:19 #123
Vonnie, similar to you-dh is a teacher so when we were talking names, 3/4 of them were automatically out as he had taught or knew a kid at some stage that was a real ratbag by whatever name I suggested we got there in the end thankfully
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26-07-2013 21:25 #124
The next one for us will be a surprise. We found out for all our other children and because we have one of each it will be nice to have a surprise.
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26-07-2013 22:15 #125
This weather is WILD! My car was faulting so had to catch train to work. Thank god I made it inside before the bucketing really started. What area u live in Hope? :-)
26-07-2013 23:36 #126
Tried to talk more about babies with DH tonight...he got a bit grumpy in the end and I didn't know why (got a bit offended), it's because of the new house and moving and tidying this one up so we can rent it out...ugh I'm so silly I just get so carried away with the baby thing that I do forget about the here and now...maybe it's because I'm a pisces (dreamer)
Also started looking at youtube reviews...there's too many and some of the women really drag it out! I have no idea what pram/cot/highchair/carseat to get! It's all very confusing...is there a better way of getting good reviews?
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26-07-2013 23:49 #127
In regards to reviews I tend to just google the hell out of the product and read everything I can.. I've already fallen in love with the Rozibaby pram... Can customize the colours, wheels, accessories and its Aussie! Getting way ahead of myself!
27-07-2013 00:08 #128
27-07-2013 00:25 #129
Just got in the biggest fight with DH. Every time he goes out drinking he fks up and we end up going at it for hours. It's always the same crud: home late, doesn't answer phone, drink driving, he's so young and carefree he doesn't realise he's hurting other people. I should be grateful it's not cheating and lying and beating so who am i to complain but god I'm so sick of it year after year. He doesn't drink often (usually no more than once a fortnight) but every single time he gets TOO drunk and am I really over reacting? I told him tonight enough is enough and he had to prove he cares and not fk up again, but here we are all over again. I don't know how to fix this it's so hard I love him so much and he's such a beautiful person but when he drinks he becomes a ****ing monster!!
Sorry rant over :-(
27-07-2013 02:22 #130
Awe MrsT ... Hugs!! Sounds like you have had a crappy night. It's a shame that he gets too drunk - it's funny how some people don't know what their body can handle! Even though he's not out cheating etc, it doesn't make it less frustrating! What happens when he has had too much? Is it that he becomes loud? Or do you have to look after him?
Did you manage to clear the air before bed? I know you said it's happened before so was wondering what you normally do in this situation.
Eta - just re-read how he comes home late, doesn't answer phone and drink drives. The drink driving - you should explain that you only care for his safety and for everyone else on the road - I would be quite frank and say if I didn't care then that would be a pretty big problem for us. As for not answering his phone - I'm guessing its because he knows he is in trouble lol but he wouldn't be if he stuck to a time! Why does he find it hard to stick to the time that's been agreed on? Who sets the time? Like does he normally say I'll be home by XX:XX ?
Two girls, one dream and baby you are it!
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