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    Follow up to the lack of showering post, I haven't shaved my legs since before DS was born 2 years ago I figure since there's nothing more valuable to me than my free time these days, I'm not going to waste a minute of it doing something I think is pointless. Not even any guilt in this confession, I regret nothing!
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    High caffeine levels can be linked to early miscarriage. The research isn't overly clear but caffeine is a stimulant. As we moved during my 3rd pregnancy I had 2 different obstetricians. The first one wasn't worried about caffeine but my second was a bit more wary.

    Personally I gave it up for all my pregnancies but largely because it made me incredibly sick.

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    Just that high caffeine is not good. He says if I gave up last time, and everything went well, I should do the same.

    I had a mc few months ago, so he is a bit scared that's all.

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    what's his reasoning?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mommyindec View Post
    Hubby wants me to stop drinking coffee since I am pregnant, so I stopped buying it. Little does he know my work has an espresso machine, and I make awesome coffees, even the big bosses say so lol.
    My obstretician told me to stay off google when I (sheepishly) admitted to drinking coffee. She said there's absolutely nothing wrong with it so long as you have plenty of water and otherwise have a good, healthy diet

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    Quote Originally Posted by yadot View Post
    My obstretician told me to stay off google when I (sheepishly) admitted to drinking coffee. She said there's absolutely nothing wrong with it so long as you have plenty of water and otherwise have a good, healthy diet
    I figure one coffee a day isn't going to hurt me or the baby. I just don't tell him.

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    I only started drinking coffee during my last pregnancy. I'd never drank it much at all before then. I'd only have one or two a day but couldn't go a day without it. That and tea. Don't know whether it was a craving or just a vice after giving up alcohol and smokes. My new thing was tea and biccies, lol

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    I am always up by 5am Friday.
    It's bin day, and I need to sneak our additional rubbish (we always fill ours up, too tightarse to go a larger size) into other neighbours bins.

    There's something quite thrilling about running through the street in the dark in your jammies carrying a bag or two of rubbish hunting for a bin with space. And if people are around you just keep walking- yes I'm having a walk at 5am in jammies and slippers and some bags here- completely normal, nothing suspicious at all 😁

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    You are hilarious LMS

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Miss Sunshine View Post
    I am always up by 5am Friday.
    It's bin day, and I need to sneak our additional rubbish (we always fill ours up, too tightarse to go a larger size) into other neighbours bins.

    There's something quite thrilling about running through the street in the dark in your jammies carrying a bag or two of rubbish hunting for a bin with space. And if people are around you just keep walking- yes I'm having a walk at 5am in jammies and slippers and some bags here- completely normal, nothing suspicious at all 😁
    Lol this is genius!

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    My 2 year old climbed onto someone's desk at our business, pulled down her pants and wee'd all over it.

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