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    Thanks for reminding me about PHI Jay - I'm pretty sure mine covers our classes too

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    Subscribing to read properly later ladies! 5 pages since I last checked in!

    Big head and neck aches for me as well - I've had to take Panadol which I never normally do.

    I'm looking at the city select as it looks good for two babies. So expensive though with all the accessories. But a pram is important to me whereas I'm hoping for hand me down cots etc.

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    I called up today and booked a weekend workshop in March which covers everything we will need plus a 3 hour physio session also but cost me $250 because I'm with HCF and not Bupa more costs! It's so over whelming what you have to remember and book in advance

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    Kj is the $250 for the classes, physio or both? I wasn't expecting it to be that expensive!! Wonder if I can scam a staff discount

    I forgot to say yesterday that I finally felt some movement. It felt like my inside were sommersaulting but nothing since.

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    Good tips on prams! I haven't looked at heaps but looked at the valco snap 3 quickly the other day, very light. Still looking though. Thinking of getting to the sales in the new year when we come back from Adelaide.

    Had a midwife visit today! Baby is measuring perfectly and the heartbeat was music to my ears as usual. The midwife helped DH feel our baby's back through my belly! He was blown away by that. It's nice for him to get to experience something too and I appreciate that our midwife did that for him.

    Still recovering from a bout of gastro on Saturday. And I've had headaches too. Plus not feeling bubs too much. Not sure if I have for sure yet. (I'm just over 21 weeks so don't worry if you're not feeling too much.) Told midwife about not sleeping and feeling sick and she kinda said it's part of pregnancy and we're that we're so susceptible to everything. Not nice but it's just part of the ride I guess. I'm just happy DH is back in town and able to look after me as I go through these things. (He missed the gastro episode...lucky him!)

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    $250 for everything, sat and sunday 7.45am till 2pm and a 3 hour physio on a evening...I want expecting it to be that expensive either or thought I might get some private health care rebate....my movement was like a butterfly/muscle movement it was weird I knew it was the baby because never experienced it before and asked a friend didn't think if feel anything this early at 14wks

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    Kj-the only times I've felt anything I thought was movement was after my NT scan, like my uterus was having a seizure and about 15 weeks I felt like I had been kicked in the ovary. I think you just know when it's something completely different to any sensation your ever felt before.

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    Good Evening Ladies hope you have all had a great day :-)

    wow pram and capsule talk so much to consider definately gives you food for thought and makes things difficult to choose with the range on the market.

    Annerley Congrats to us for reaching 12 week mark exactly today :-). Good Luck for NTg scan on Friday

    DH and I had 12week NT scan today. Morning started off with a scare as i was at work and went to the toilet and noticed brown discharge again but nothing further thus far but lady who did ultrasound noted what looked like a small sac on blood under placenta hopefully it gets reabsorbed by the body

    Trisomy 21 results; 1:3,346
    Trisomy 18 results: 1:33,373
    Trisomy 13 results: 1: 105 047

    So Happy with results. Baby looks healthy and Happy FHR 157

    Thought I would share a few pictures
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    Them pics are amazing spidery for 12wks we didn't get any good ones...congrats on the healthy results

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    Congrats Spiders. How exciting!

    I need to call and book in for antenatal classes too and my private health with Bupa will cover the cost.

    Don't know why I am emotional just in the last week. Must be hormonal. No headache today. Yay.

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