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    Out of curiosity, how are you currently referring to your fetus?

    We're calling it bubble, bean and Rex (because it looks like a baby Dino on the preggo tracker app I'm using). My hubby keeps calling it d'Artagnon because he literally wants to name it that and is trying to wear me down. Good luck, not happening. Lol.

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    Olaf, because it was a frosty.... :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharlie View Post
    Out of curiosity, how are you currently referring to your fetus?

    We're calling it bubble, bean and Rex (because it looks like a baby Dino on the preggo tracker app I'm using). My hubby keeps calling it d'Artagnon because he literally wants to name it that and is trying to wear me down. Good luck, not happening. Lol.
    Mostly nugget
    More recently parasite! (Is that too mean?) sucking the life out of me! Making me sick. Kee hee hee! And wouldn't have it any other way!

    I like Rex! Cute!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leafy View Post
    We have a 20 month old and I've taught her that when I point to my belly and say "what's in here?" she says "baby", but I know she doesn't really understand it. For a while she answered "babies" and I would say "Noooooo, just one, one baby", so then when I asked her what was in my belly she would say "one". Very cute!

    Sharlie sorry to hear the bleeding returned. I don't think there is any getting away from how frightening it is no matter whether you know the cause or not. In my last DIG there was a lady who gushed blood every week or two for most of her pregnancy and was fine but I don't think it stopped freaking her out.

    AFM - had 12 week scan on Monday and everything looks good with low risks all round. It helps that my embryo is from 3 years ago given that I am now ancient! Little bub was very active on the scan and the technician struggled to get a good 3D image as he/she wouldn't stop moving. She did in the end though. So reassuring to see all that movement.
    Congrats on the 12wkscan!

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    Hi everyone, I might tentatively join in here! Our bfp was confirmed at blood test today so if all goes to plan I should be due around 23rd March!

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    Hi All,

    I thought I'd also tentativley join this thread. Had my 7 week scan today 1 day earlier. As I had a small bleed this morning freaked me out
    But there is a baby in there, heart beat at 158 BPM, measuring 2 days behind in size. But they are happy enough with everything. So that's another hurdle down. Never been this far before new to this. Due 3rd March

    Ive got a few pages to read back on too see where everyone is at.
    @phee83 congrats on your BFP. Dr Wazza is amazing !!

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    Welcome @francesthecat and @phee83. I think I may have cycled with both of you?!? Or possibly just followed your journey.

    Haha @SleepyDude! We were never lucky enough to get a frostie. But frozen is certainly huge in our household at the moment. Dd says she doesn't need a jumper because 'the cold never bothered me anyway!'

    Had ad my harmony test and scan on Tuesday, all looking good and am 11 weeks today. After going soooo slowly til 7 weeks, it seems to be flying now!

    to everyone else and hope your pregnancy is being kind to you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by frogpossum View Post
    Welcome @francesthecat and @phee83. I think I may have cycled with both of you?!? Or possibly just followed your journey.

    Haha @SleepyDude! We were never lucky enough to get a frostie. But frozen is certainly huge in our household at the moment. Dd says she doesn't need a jumper because 'the cold never bothered me anyway!'

    Had ad my harmony test and scan on Tuesday, all looking good and am 11 weeks today. After going soooo slowly til 7 weeks, it seems to be flying now!

    to everyone else and hope your pregnancy is being kind to you!
    Hi Frogpossum,

    Yes we have cycled together before. I think we both got chemicals not good.

    Yay for such good news on your harmony results.

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    Welcome @francesthecat and @phee83 ! Glad to see the group size growing rather then shrinking

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    What's the go with this harmony test? Does your GP/OB recommend it, do you request it? Is it only if you are high risk?

    Also who plans on finding out genders? We didn't with our first and forgot to ask when she was born, we were holding her and the doctor said "do you want to know what it is?" Hahaha such a great memory.


 

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