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    Quote Originally Posted by munchkin859 View Post
    What is everyone up to on Mother's Day?


    Our angel ~Skye~ born 21/11/2012
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    Nothing much have DS 3rd birthday tomorrow so will be cleaning up from that. Usually get breakfast in bed and a small gift .

    What about yourself?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shelby27 View Post
    Nothing much have DS 3rd birthday tomorrow so will be cleaning up from that. Usually get breakfast in bed and a small gift .

    What about yourself?
    I think DH is buying a present, and we have lunch with the extended family... 😊


    Our angel ~Skye~ born 21/11/2012
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    Quote Originally Posted by shelby27 View Post
    Do you take clomid or anything or just natural?
    No clomid, just natural. Hopefully the same next time

    I'm not sure what I'm doing for Mother's Day. I've left that up to hubby to work out. My mum is coming over for dinner

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    Shelby, my ttc journey is similar to yours. Toby was conceived naturally first month trying then had to use clomid to fall pregnant with Meadow as I never got my periods back!!! Still haven't after having her nearly nine months ago, but BF a lot still so that's probably why. But may have to use clomid again for #3 which we are thinking about trying for early next year. As I have a pigeon pair we won't be swaying and I may even decide not to find out the sex this time and have the experience of a 'surprise' but DH thinks I'll cave and find out.

    For mother's day we're going out to dinner (although it's never relaxing with kids is it!!) and I'll get to sleep in.

    Strangely, Meadow has slept longer overnight last two nights. A four hour stint on one night then 5 hours last night. Unheard of!!! Maybe because she's been walking around loads pushing her walker so tired herself out. I don't expect it to last!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bond Girl View Post
    Shelby, my ttc journey is similar to yours. Toby was conceived naturally first month trying then had to use clomid to fall pregnant with Meadow as I never got my periods back!!! Still haven't after having her nearly nine months ago, but BF a lot still so that's probably why. But may have to use clomid again for #3 which we are thinking about trying for early next year. As I have a pigeon pair we won't be swaying and I may even decide not to find out the sex this time and have the experience of a 'surprise' but DH thinks I'll cave and find out.

    For mother's day we're going out to dinner (although it's never relaxing with kids is it!!) and I'll get to sleep in.

    Strangely, Meadow has slept longer overnight last two nights. A four hour stint on one night then 5 hours last night. Unheard of!!! Maybe because she's been walking around loads pushing her walker so tired herself out. I don't expect it to last!!!!
    I loved having a surprise with DS1 it drove DH insane not knowing but he knew I wanted a surprise. DH got his way with ds2 and we found out the gender. I reckon I could do another surprise for number 3.

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    Very busy in here suddenly, I check in from time to time but never manage to get time to post. Loving all the updates and seeing pics of all the growing babies. And interesting to read about people ttc again, after all, it's where we all met. Not sure when we'll try again.
    Quick update from us. I'm now back at work part-time. So far so good. Ava is 10months old and has just started standing and holding onto furniture. It's freaking me out a little, she's growing too quick! We're no longer breastfeeding after Ava did a major spak attack and refused to feed. I was sad at the time but have accepted it now. We lasted 10months, longer than I'd ever expected. Here she is enjoying lunch
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    J good luck for your procedure x

    I will pop by more regularly to see what everyone is up to

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    Quote Originally Posted by maybee baybee View Post
    Very busy in here suddenly, I check in from time to time but never manage to get time to post. Loving all the updates and seeing pics of all the growing babies. And interesting to read about people ttc again, after all, it's where we all met. Not sure when we'll try again.
    Quick update from us. I'm now back at work part-time. So far so good. Ava is 10months old and has just started standing and holding onto furniture. It's freaking me out a little, she's growing too quick! We're no longer breastfeeding after Ava did a major spak attack and refused to feed. I was sad at the time but have accepted it now. We lasted 10months, longer than I'd ever expected. Here she is enjoying lunch
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    J good luck for your procedure x

    I will pop by more regularly to see what everyone is up to
    Aww what a cutie!!!

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    Super cute pic maybee

    I am I the only person in here that only wants two children?

    Today has been sucky, Lincoln was a trooper and slept 9-2, then 2:30-8 unfortunately I didn't get to sleep in coz I woke up super sick with pulsing headache, quesy tummy and aching all over. Lucky hubby was home coz he had some quotes to do so he took him out for a couple hours so I could sleep. Now I'm just waiting another 3hrs so it's bedtime and I will have an early night too. It's horrible coz he's so happy and smiley today and I feel I can't enjoy it properly. Hope he doesn't catch it

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    Munchkin glad everything is going so well. We will be at market on mother's day so went out for lunch today.

    Shelby I hope your DS has a lovely birthday party tomorrow.

    Bond Surprises for babies is wonderful. We will be doing surprise again this time.

    Maybee I'm glad work is going ok. Gorgeous photo of Ava. Well done for bf for so long.

    Channy I hope you feel better quickly. Sad you couldn't enjoy Lincoln's good day. And nope, we are only have 2 as well.

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    Not alone Channy, we plan to only have 2. We're just not sure when we'd like no 2. I'd like 2years plus perhaps. Hope you feel better.

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