Great bump bowties! I'm 15 weeks tomorrow but still no bump here
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30-05-2014 08:58 #851Senior Member
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30-05-2014 09:11 #852
Bloody hell, got the call from the clinic with my Harmony results and apparently there wasn't enough maternal dna in the sample to give an accurate result so I have to do it again! I was all excited thinking we would know our results and gender by Monday but now it will be another 2 weeks! Apparently this happens in 5% of cases...Blah. Heading in this morning to re-do it. Hopefully I'll get another scan too.
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30-05-2014 09:15 #853
Loving being able to "Stick" it out there now.
I've had a couple this week too - comments that is. I was sitting at my desk on monday morning and my boss came around to give me something and stopped mid sentence to exclaim excitedly that I have a bump now! (not something you expect from a guy! LOL)
Thankfully, have only had one person ask to touch it - that was my sister. I flat out refused. There is just something still about not wanting to be touched by other people. I think unless I invite them, I won't be letting anyone touch. hehe
30-05-2014 09:21 #854
30-05-2014 09:26 #855Senior Member
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@bowtiesarecool - your bump really is pretty awesome.
I've had a few 'bump touchers' around too. I don't like it either. Funny how just cause you are pregnant people think they can reach out and touch your bump. I know people are just excited but it does feel a bit rude when you are the recipient of the bump touching!
So ladies...if you haven't thought about childcare - START BOOKING NOW! Most of the people I've spoken to say there is a 15 month wait..... so the sooner you get in the better. Still haven'tdismissed the au pair or nanny idea. I just want options, so we are still booking in at a few centres, just in case.
Also made appointment to do a tour of the maternity ward facility tomorrow. Looking forward to that!
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30-05-2014 12:39 #856
Don't need to worry about childcare here!! My baby will be home schooled until its in high school then its off to boarding school! That will be hard on me But thats just what happens when you live in the bush...
No movement yet for me but I'm looking forward to it! I'm 15+4!! I never really got any MS so i guess I'm a lucky one! I was hoping i would have had my nappies by now but still waiting
30-05-2014 12:41 #857Senior Member
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Gorgeous bow ties!! Whenever skiddles kicks I put my hand there to see if you can feel it on the outside and she won't kick again while its there! Little Bugga haha! 20 weeks tomorrow woohoo!!! Half way!
What a bummer having to do the test again em!
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