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    So sorry to hear of all your previous losses girls, must be bery difficult xo

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    Any other second trimester mums to be still feeling queezy and yuck? Im 15 weeks and still have a churning stomach almost every day 😷

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsBMum2be View Post
    Any other second trimester mums to be still feeling queezy and yuck? Im 15 weeks and still have a churning stomach almost every day 😷
    Yep! Definitely not as bad and not throwing up, but just that constant queasy feeling is driving me nuts! I do find the nausea is worse when I'm tired. 14 weeks today so I'm hoping the "magical" 2nd trimester energy boost kicks in soon!

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    @bubbletrouble oh i feel you lovey! I havent hit the energy boowt yet but hopefully its npt far away for you!! I find if i dont eat I'm nauseas, if i eat anything with flavour I'm nauseas Im basically a walking blonde ball of nausea!! went to the meadows country fair with my mum and step dad today and couldnt even stomach more than 5 chips and the texture of the wooden fork made it worse. On to the BRAT diet i go i think 😢

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    I'm so lucky I don't generally have bad nausea or sickness with pregnancy. I was pretty tired in the first trimester but it was similar to when I had chronic fatigue. I had to implement similar strategies to parent and get through the day.
    I'm 16 weeks and feeling pretty good actually. Still have a niggly shoulder but that improved after I got it strapped last week.
    Hopefully 16 weeks provides a turnaround for you all too.

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    I'm 16 weeks and feeling completely shattered but not sure if that's baby or everything going on in my life at the moment but I'm just exhausted. I still have days where I don't feel well either.

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    Hi everyone! Happy Easter!

    I feel you guys on the exhaustion. I've been napping most days sometimes two times a day!

    DH and I had a bit of a sticky beak at a baby store yesterday. We had our first on appt and happy to share that everything looks good! We're slowly starting to let ourselves get excited.

    One question I'm hoping you can help out with is related to prams...They're so confusing! And I know I'm getting in early but Are all prams suitable for newborns up to toddlers or is a different one required for bigger babies?

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    @Snoopa good idea to test them out in store and also ask if you can put them in your boot so you can gauge how much room you'll have and how easy/hard it is to move in/out.
    We bought the city select with the bassinet (we used this so much!) and second seat knowing we'd have more than one Bub. DS still fits in the seat and he's 2.5 yrs.
    We're getting a capsule that fits the pram with adapters and we'll prob get a board that attaches to the back so DS can choose when he wants to walk or stand on there.

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    And Happy Easter !!

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    Good idea about testing it in the car @ELM13!
    I was so overwhelmed by the choice!

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