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21-03-2014 11:00 #21
21-03-2014 11:03 #22
21-03-2014 11:11 #23
Yeah they have been really good. They love playing with her now that she's a bit older. When she was tiny they liked to help me bath and dress her, they'd grab nappies for me etc.
To the person looking to upgrade their car, we bought a Mitsubishi pajero. It's not too bad on fuel and is nice and roomy, even with the 3rd row of seats up. The only downside is when you have the 3rd row up you lose pretty much ask your 'boot' space.
21-03-2014 11:24 #24
In regards to the car upgrade as PP said as in the Pajero, the Kluger also when using the third row of seats you lose your boot space where as the Prado you can put one seat up and still use he rest of your boot space. It was a selling point for us, also the boot door opens from the inside so is very easy to get in and out of instead of having to climb behind car seats etc.
21-03-2014 11:34 #25
Hi everyone! I'm 27 weeks with number 4. I have DD1(9), DS(3) and DD2 just turned 1. I'm freaking out about the small age gap but DD2 is SUCH a good baby that I have hope that it will be ok. Thankfully I'm over the MS and now I'm just fighting tiredness and a sore back. Looking forward to chatting with you all
21-03-2014 12:23 #26Senior Member
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I'm pregnant with #3. I'm 6 weeks and the m/s and tiredness has really kicked in this week. I'm finding it hard with after school activities and homework as that's when I'm feeling at my worst.
Any tips on how to get through this trimester? xx[/QUOTE
Hey Loulaa (love that name!)! To answer your question of me, my DS1 is in school, Yr1. He'll be 6 at the end of May. The time has gone soooo quickly!
I'm finding squeezing a bit of lemon juice in water to sip really helpful for the ms, I'll get some oranges for this tomorrow also. And taking my vitamins at night instead of the morning. Hope you (and me!!) feel better soon! After 3 mc before DS2, though I'm grateful to feel like everything is going well, hormones are high enough etc,
21-03-2014 12:34 #27Senior Member
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Julesbwn no idea why they were premmie waters broke and that was it. 1st at 35 weeks he was all good little bit jaundice home in 8 days.
2nd at 29 weeks tried to ward off infrction but after 3 days whole uterus was infected all 3 vessels in the cord he was emergency c section. In hospital 7 weeks found at when he was 18 months has mild cerebral palsy but doesn't stop him from doing much.
3rd 30 weeks they decided to deliver because of what happened the previous time. Home after 5 weeks no problems.
They say I have 70 percent chance of premmie again lets hope I make it to 35 weeks thats the plan anyway.
Loulaa my partner couldnt come to NT scan today and he said if I want to know it is ok but he doesnt so she said 70% sure its another boy!!! It is my destiny to be surrounded by handsome men. Will wait toll 20 week scan and see.
I love my name spelt my way is french and I dont personally know anyone with the same name.
In regards to car upgrade I got a 7 seater holden Captiva I love it can have the back seat split when I need to so I can have 6 seats and sone boot space.
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22-03-2014 07:06 #28Senior Member
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Hope you ladies are feeling better today :-)
22-03-2014 07:12 #29
Pregnant with no 3 or more
Thanks goosey, I wish I was. Just making myself a lemon and ginger tea, hoping it helps!
Viv - Ooooh congrats! 70% ....how do the sonographers come up with these percentages? I'm hearing more and more about them guessing at the NT scan but also many guesses that were wrong. sounds like everything went well though?
22-03-2014 07:13 #30
Ps. Goosey - thanks for the lemon tip, I'll be getting some today!
My eldest is in year one too
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