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Thursday, September 28th 2006, 10:00am

bump size

I think we're 16 weeks in now, and the bump is growing!

But its not growing at a 'steady' rate, is this normal? Some days I look at my wife and the bump seems to be really big, but some other times I look at her and its almost as if the bump has gone down a bit overnight.

Has anyone else had this?

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Thursday, September 28th 2006, 10:05am

Oh yes!! It is baby moving position!!

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Thursday, September 28th 2006, 11:09am

really?

Thats ok then!

We're just waiting for the first kicks, at the moment she's getting twinges & butterflies.

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Thursday, September 28th 2006, 11:11am

It is really strange tho. The amount of times I appeared to get a bump, then it had gone the next day I don't know!!

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Thursday, September 28th 2006, 11:42am

in the beginning my bump def. seemed to be more noticeable at night - robb just enjoy not having to tie your DW's shoe laces at the moment :D
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Thursday, September 28th 2006, 11:44am

Bumps are more noticable at night, if you think at night time you have a major pig out and your stomach looks huge and bloated then in the morning it is as if you haven't eaten in weeks, it is the same in pregnancy :))

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Thursday, September 28th 2006, 11:44am

Or put her socks on or even her knickers for her! :rolleyes: ;)

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Thursday, September 28th 2006, 11:47am

OMG the sock dance!! I miss that!! Wobbling about on one foot whilst trying your very best to get your knee past your belly so you can reach your other foot!! :D

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Thursday, September 28th 2006, 11:52am

I found the trick was to lie on the bed with your legs in the air & try & hook the socks over your feet when one got close enough LMAO :D

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Thursday, September 28th 2006, 11:53am

I was huuuuuuuuge......luckily in the summer so never had too much trouble with socks!! xxx
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Thursday, September 28th 2006, 11:56am

Sorry Diddle - your new name made me laugh --- that's what we call Callum's boy bits :D

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Thursday, September 28th 2006, 11:58am

Tee hee!!! Its s's nickname!! xxx
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Thursday, September 28th 2006, 12:24pm

You're right- I'm already so nervous that I pick her handbag up a night so that she doesn't have to bend down in the morning, perhaps I should consider this a small task compared with putting her socks on!

I keep trying to convince her that she might need to see the doctor for some random thing- purely so I can listen to the heartbeat...

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Thursday, September 28th 2006, 12:56pm

aww bless you
my bump is the same, seems huge from 3pm and people at work think im massive for 19weeks, they keep asking if it twins, i do tell them ive only gained 7lbs and its def only one,
others say i wont go fullterm, but my sister was big with both pg so im expecting the same
im not too bothered as i know i can go back to weight watchers afterwards anyway


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Thursday, September 28th 2006, 1:23pm

I still look like I've eaten all the pies - as my friend told me today!! :D
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Thursday, September 28th 2006, 4:24pm

I definatley have the disappearing bump syndrome!

This has happened all throughout the pregnancy. At night I am huge but it takes until after lunch to start looking like a proper bump and not just a beer belly.

As I am writing this, baby is really moving about in there - wow it's mad, it's like a new bodily function or something which you can't control.

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Thursday, September 28th 2006, 9:20pm

I was at work tonight (nurse) and this doctor looked at me and said how are the twins? I said fine then she looked at me with pity and said "poor you, you must feel like an elephant"!!!! GREAT!!!!!! Am now paranoid i'm fat!!!! hee hee, i know i'm not have only put on the weight on my bump so look really abnormal as i'm a skinny bean everywhere else!!! At least I thought I was!!!

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Thursday, September 28th 2006, 10:16pm

charming :rolleyes: was it a male or female doctor or need'nt i ask :D

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Friday, September 29th 2006, 6:40am

Was a female doctor. All the male ones go completely gooey, they are really caring and sweet, it's quite nice getting all this attention!!! The boys are more likely to give up their chair than the women. One doctor said that I shouldn't be at work after 28 weeks with twins!!!! Am going to try till 32 xxx

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Friday, September 29th 2006, 9:01am

Ggrrr, this winds me up, who would comment like that about the size of a woman who wasn't pregnant? I hope you bleeped her in the moiddle of the night about something really trivial! I'm sure you look beautiful.








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