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29-03-2014 14:06 #111
29-03-2014 21:56 #112
Congrats bayside!!! Twins!!
29-03-2014 22:29 #113
30-03-2014 08:22 #114
Fifomum, I have a close friend who recently went through a similar situation to yours although at a later time in her pregnancy. She was about 34 weeks when her baby suddenly dropped from about the 75th percentile to the 25th. The baby was healthy with no distress and they didnt know why it happened. She continued to drop into the 13th percentile. The baby was born naturally at 37 weeks and she had a straight forward 3 hour labour and her little girl is perfect. Sometimes baby's just don't follow our text book rules. All the best for your next appointment, let us know how you get on
30-03-2014 10:32 #115Member
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Congratulations Bayside that's wonderful news Hope you have a happy and healthy pregnancy
Thanks for your reply Maggieme, I have read so many situations where this happens around 32-34 weeks and having this happen this early is very scary. But I am trying to think positive and just be greatful Ob sent me for that extra growth scan or we wouldn't know. At least now we can keep a very close eye on things and make sure she is ok.
So happy to be having this little girl but just wish I could fast forward 3 months and have her safely in my arms. I havn't stopped worrying this whole pregnancy as I have a really irritable uterus that keeps putting me in hospital or on bed rest, have had episodes of unexplained bleeding right from the beginning, and now her growth looking iffy ahhh.
Wouldn't it be lovely if after the stress of IVF we could just relax and enjoy growing our little miracles!
30-03-2014 18:39 #116
Fifomum it would be lovely indeed. I'm sorry I have no idea or advice about your situation. When will you be able to chat to your ob about it ?
Congrats bayside!! Awesome news!
Not much happening here. Dh is home for the weekend for the first time in 3 weeks and it's lovely to actually spend time together. It warms my heart so much to see how excited he is about this baby. It is an amazing link to be sharing with your live one.
Are you all going to get a bassinet and a cot? The cot we bought can fit our room so I don't see the point of a bassinet. What do you think? Is there any other reason for a bassinet than space in your room?
31-03-2014 11:16 #117Member
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Lillaa does your DH work away? Mine is FIFO, at the moment 4 weeks away 1 week home, it is tough! He has a new job starting up around June though which will be 3 weeks on/3 off. Can't wait!
31-03-2014 13:09 #118
Fifomum no he works in Perth, but long hours, and sometimes nights and we. 4weeks on 1 week off is tough! I bet you can't wait for the change! It is going to change your life, and he 3 weeks he's here will be fantastic for you and bubs!
Got to cuddle a 8 weeks old little girl and a 6 months old boy yesterday, loved it and can not wait to cuddle mine!
01-04-2014 12:37 #119
Just a bit of an in-laws vent here... So they have been saying they want to be involved with all baby related things but not actually doing or showing any sign of involvement ie: ringing me after scans, general text to see how I am going, buying something here or there etc etc then early March my Mum sent out a save the date for afternoon tea (my version of a baby shower!) they have now just decided they are going on a trip and booked their tickets which brings them home 5 days after the afternoon tea so my Mother in Law will miss it.
I am surprisingly annoyed at them for doing this because they said they want to be involved but then decide to do this (when they have had since september when my FIL retired to organise the trip and they have known since mid-nov that I am pregnant and by June we are getting to the business end!)
Am I entitled to be annoyed? or am I overreacting (hormones?!) I think I am actually upset for DH as they just aren't showing the "normal" levels of excitement and in comparison to my Mum who is OVER THE MOON! They are the first grandchildren for both sides of the family.
Thanks for listening ladies
01-04-2014 15:16 #120
I would be a bit peeved too, a call to see how you're going isn't hard.
Could it be possible that they feel a little excluded or uncomfortable with your family being so excited? I know my mum tends to distance herself when she feels like DHs family are kind of taking over a bit.
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