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    My cousin uses cloth on Miss 2 from after her morning nap, for the afternoon; she started using them from just before 1yo. They were exy but she got the velcro ones & loves them as she can resize as needed without having to repurchase

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    Had our obs appt today & seems all is going well. Bub was hiding its bits so it's still just called bub ... hopefully next week we find out the gender. Have any mum's from this group had an induction? My doc has offered it to me for 15th April (39wks) as DH works away

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    @BabyOB glad everything is going well. Your sneaky little bubs wants to draw out the anticipation by the sounds of it. This is my first pregnancy so I haven't had an induction, can't help you on that one.

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    On a side note, I just typed in to good old Google 'pregnant and hate work' and had some very interesting reading that popped up! It has made me feel slightly better about things! Some times I feel like I'm the only pregnant person that has to work full time and I am really struggling with my boring job at the moment. Hearing a lot of other women out there feel the same way has brightened my day a bit! Only 17 weeks til mat leave, only 17 weeks til mat leave....

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    Quote Originally Posted by BabyOB View Post
    Had our obs appt today & seems all is going well. Bub was hiding its bits so it's still just called bub ... hopefully next week we find out the gender. Have any mum's from this group had an induction? My doc has offered it to me for 15th April (39wks) as DH works away
    I was induced for my first pregnancy due to pre-eclampsia and my Bub went into foetal distress as soon as they broke my waters and ended up with an emergency c-section 😢 and have heard this happens a lot with inductions but I have also heard lots of great things too. I have to have a c-section again due to having twins but my OB can't give me a date yet but she said it will be at 38 weeks or before as she won't let me go past 38 weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nvandmv View Post
    On a side note, I just typed in to good old Google 'pregnant and hate work' and had some very interesting reading that popped up! It has made me feel slightly better about things! Some times I feel like I'm the only pregnant person that has to work full time and I am really struggling with my boring job at the moment. Hearing a lot of other women out there feel the same way has brightened my day a bit! Only 17 weeks til mat leave, only 17 weeks til mat leave....
    Hahhahaha I TOTALLY know where you are coming from. I got a promotion right as I got pregnant and I keep wishing I didn't have to go to work at all... Thats the luck of the draw in my household though - I am the primary breadwinner so I don't get a choice.

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    I would really like to try cloth nappies. eBay has a good range. The initial out lay is a bit but will end up cheaper. Saying that I'm realistic that sometimes time restraints and convenience will over rule. The cloth ones are super cute☺️
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    Not sure about induction @BabyOB, but I have had a ecsec (horrible) and a planned csec (great). This one is planned so even though I am due abt 22 April will be delivering either on 2 or 10 April (due to ob leave) so looking forward to not having to swelter through the last few weeks so uncomfortably!

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    Hey @BabyOB I have heard that the contractions with an induction are very severe... So if your not good with pain I wouldn't recommend it... My cousin was induced and she wouldn't do it again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sarahf View Post
    I would really like to try cloth nappies. eBay has a good range. The initial out lay is a bit but will end up cheaper. Saying that I'm realistic that sometimes time restraints and convenience will over rule. The cloth ones are super cute☺️
    I think I'll go with disposables in the beginning but also try to give cloth ones a go. Apparently theres some clever hose attachment for the loo to wash cloth nappies off a bit before throwing them in the soak/wash.

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