Ok I've controlled myself it all sounds like things are just about ready to go and you can meet your bubbas! All the best I will be thinking of you xx
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12-01-2014 11:24 #911
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12-01-2014 11:55 #912
How exciting Squiggs!!!
Can't wait to meet your little ones. Hope all goes well.
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12-01-2014 13:49 #913
Haha yeh I know what u mean squigg I am going to have a wax tomorrow as I can't see the downstairs at all. I can't wait to c pics of ur little ones!
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12-01-2014 14:40 #914
I had a wax a week before edd and was the best decision I made as needing surgery after the birth , they would of had to shave me anyway. So glad I could at least avoid that and be a little ore comfortable and hair free while everything is heeling.
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12-01-2014 16:37 #915
I have been getting waxed the whole way through, it just a tidy up either - all off and I can tell you it freaking hurts so much more when pregnant but I would rather put up with 20 minutes of pain than a week or 2 of itching if I had to have my bits shaved for any reason! I shave my legs and luckily still can (advantages of a small belly lol)
If you can, find a therapist that uses hard wax rather than strip wax, it's quicker and less painful in my opinion!
12-01-2014 18:02 #916
Funny u should say that because iv found the opposite I absolutely hate hard wax and have found the pain the same as normal, I also go for xxx. I used to shave and was fine but have had waxing done since I can't see anymore.
13-01-2014 06:26 #917
I just keep it short, trim, and tidy. Waxing eyebrows hurts enough. I couldn't imagine doing that to my lady bits!! Ouchy!!
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13-01-2014 08:42 #918
Lol Squiggs . Good luck and can't wait for news once bubs are here.
I recommend shaving or waxing before you have bubs too - if you require stitches it's much nicer to heal without hair down there! I wax my bikini line but shave the rest - I just do it by feel once I can't see lol
13-01-2014 10:20 #919
I plan on using (trying to use) a mirror once I can't see over my bump
13-01-2014 10:42 #920
You ladies are mad putting a razor down there when you can't see!!! I was so glad i got waxed just before giving birth. Made it much nicer to get a gazillion stitches! I can't imagine dealing with that with hair growing between stitches after shaving.
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