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    @Lashed - background risk is what the risk is for my age, so essentially, they would have expected a result of 1:354, but instead I was 1:1556 - so an awesome result really. Atleast I think that's how it works!!!

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    Great news bowties!!

    Mrs hopeful and stillfuntrying that's so cute you can listen to their heart beats as much as you like. It feels so real when you hear it hey.

    Armadale how beautiful you saw it kicking. So precious.

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    I saw my two today in a 9 week scan. One was upside down on its head and the other upright so I have named them ying and yang. They were wiggling too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaoLovesLudo View Post
    I saw my two today in a 9 week scan. One was upside down on its head and the other upright so I have named them ying and yang. They were wiggling too.
    Love it! Congratulations!

    Sent from my GT-P5110

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bow Ties Are Cool View Post
    @Lashed - background risk is what the risk is for my age, so essentially, they would have expected a result of 1:354, but instead I was 1:1556 - so an awesome result really. Atleast I think that's how it works!!!
    That is a great result! Thanks for the explanation

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaoLovesLudo View Post
    I saw my two today in a 9 week scan. One was upside down on its head and the other upright so I have named them ying and yang. They were wiggling too.
    Love the names!! So cute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaoLovesLudo View Post
    I saw my two today in a 9 week scan. One was upside down on its head and the other upright so I have named them ying and yang. They were wiggling too.
    That is just too cute!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaoLovesLudo View Post
    I saw my two today in a 9 week scan. One was upside down on its head and the other upright so I have named them ying and yang. They were wiggling too.
    So gorgeous!

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    I'm going pram shopping tomorrow! No idea what I'm doing hopefully I can make a decision easily!
    I've been having panics that there is something wrong with the baby lately...really silly as I have no reason to think that but the panics come nonetheless! Can't wait until my next scan in 4 weeks so I can see that everything is ok. The wait between them is horrible!
    Hope you all had a good weekend
    I'm off to the doc tomorrow to get another script for zofran as I still can't shake this vomiting every few days!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flower78 View Post
    Great to hear good scans and NT results Bow Ties and Amandale!!

    all the talk of prams got me looking on the weekend. Thinking of Bugaboo Cameleon or Rozibaby as it can take a second seat and love that all the colours can be chosen separately. But nowhere to see them in WA!, only order online. They can be sent back within 14 days but I'm not sure. Has anyone seen one?
    Flower, I have a bugaboo cameleon 3 and I love it! The accessories are a bit expensive though, but sometimes there are 25% off accessories and 15% off the bugaboo pram, it's very easy to collapse down the pram(you need to take off the carrycot or seat) and collapse the chassis. It's the best to maneuvre around and is so easy to push and twist and turn. It's also quite light, but the reason why I love it is because it is so responsive to maneuvre.


 

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