Hi ladies.... I see this thread has been going for quite some time but I was wondering if I could join???
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22-10-2013 18:32 #401
22-10-2013 18:41 #402
Melimum you are welcome to join. When will you be TTC?
22-10-2013 19:13 #403
Oh yay! Heres a bit about me...
I have a 3 yr old dd and we had been trying for number 2 since July 2012. I was diagnosed with pcos early this year then after 11 long months trying in June this year we got our bfp. Last Thursday at 21 weeks our little baby was born sleeping after complications picked up at our 19 week scan. its still all very fresh but I want to try again as soon as I can. My due date would have been 26th Feb and we are planning a holiday to nz to visit dps family around that time. When we get home I plan to start ttc.
Look forward to getting to know you all and hopefully we have a short journey :-)
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22-10-2013 19:31 #404
Welcome Melimum, I'm sorry to hear about your angel baby x Are you looking forward to your holiday away?
Let's hope that this journey is short for everyone!!
Two girls, one dream and baby you are it!
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22-10-2013 20:58 #405
Hi ladies. Sorry it's been a while since I've posted. My BH app on my phone went strange and then I couldn't remember my username. But I am back and have taken the liberty of writing it down. What have I missed?
22-10-2013 22:35 #406
Lots to reply to ladies heheh
MrsT I hope you get a diagnosis and that it is something very easy to resolve! My fingers and toes are crossed all will be well again soon .
Michelle, what a fright!! I am so happy to is ok again. That happened to my SIL, it was caused by the placentas of her twins' rubbing together. Any kind of bleeding would be scary indeed.
Welcome Melimum! My heart goes out to you during this tough time. I hope your holiday will be a new start to your road to becoming pregnant again!
I never thought about kiddywinks and the xmas tree. Good idea about putting the decorations not at the bottom. I have a photo of me when I was about two, playing with a bauble at the bottom of the tree. Would be great to get another one of my baby one day.
Looked into delayed cord clamping today: http://www.bubhub.com.au/hubbub-blog...cord-clamping/
Told DH about it...his reaction. "So you'll have a big baby hanging off the end of your placenta until you deliver it" Lol no darling, it's only like that for approx 5-10mins and by then the baby is breathing sufficiently and the cord goes white and flacid as the pulse stops, then it's cut..."Oh ok then". I think the 'birth plan' will be taken as whatever you want from DH, pretty much like our wedding hahah. As long as he's there to support me in my choices, I am more than happy with that I think all this baby info gets a bit too much for him. That's why I am so glad I have you girls to talk to. I think I would drive DH insane otherwise! This is such a good place to get things off your chest Thanks girls x
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22-10-2013 22:57 #407
So hopefully I've never really gotten into reading about these things. When I was pregnant with DD I just simply didn't wanna know anything about anything in fear of being freaked out...anyway my question is what is the benefit of delayed cord clamping?
22-10-2013 23:22 #408
Welcome melimum - so sorry about your angel baby. I have everything crossed that it will be a speedy TTC journey to a take home bub and sibling for your dd.
Hopefully - my DH was very much a didn't want to know and wanted to stay up the head end, do whatever I like but don't tell him kinda guy, then at our antenatal classes they had a dad come in and tell his experience of birth and helping deliver there son. This got DH thinking and decided he wanted more to do with it and was keen to catch but the position I ended up in I sort of helped DS out with a little help from the middie. We did delayed cord clamping and was only a couple of minutes before it stopped pulsing and was clamped then cut. Although I wanted it I was actually really glad when it had stopped and could be cut as it was quite a short cord and it was really awkward holding him and I could feel it pulling inside iykwim. I would do the same again for the benefits but it was weird!
H&H - there are loads of benefits for bub, main one I can remember is receiving extra iron from the cord/placenta. The main thing I remember is that the only possible and not fully proven risk is possible increased risk of jaundice. It was one of those doesn't really hurt but has lots of good things in our minds.
Michelle - sorry about your scare, glad everything is ok, have heard haematomas are fairly common, but scary all the same!
MrsT - hope your ok and your EEG went ok. Do they use the same glue/gel stuff for adults as they do for kids? That's the worst bit - getting it all out!! When do you get your results? Oh and that picture is so true. This morning I realised it had gone to quiet, then I found DS (8months) who has just started crawling, in the toilet with the toilet brush in his hands rubbing it all around. Urgg, I miss when he didn't move!!
23-10-2013 00:38 #409
Oh glad to hear from someone chose to do it Shani! I can imagine it would be a weird feeling, it tugging at you hmm. But, yes the benefits are really amazing and that's why I want to do it. Even if it does feel a bit odd.
I hope we go somewhere that has a dad come and speak from his point of view. It's a bit like having a new grad go and speak to high school students. It's more relative then. For now DH is very much ahh huh, yes hunny, sounds good. Not really taking much in, or maybe he is-who knows! I mean the journey of TTC won't begin until 2014 so really, I am not too concerned by his nonchalant attitude for now
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23-10-2013 08:42 #410
Melimum I am so sorry to hear that. I'm sure it's a devastating time. Please take care of yourself. I understand your need to ttc straight away but you have just gone through something hugely emotional and also physically difficult. Make sure you give yourself time to grieve for the babe you lost and time for your body to recover. I hope you have lots of support around you right now. Biggest hugs to you xxx
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