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Wednesday, September 5th 2012, 1:49pm

Net- i read you only need to be doing light stuff so walking the dog is great and your doing really well esp when you have asthma too , the only reason i am swimming is because my DH is a triathlon freak and i just feel like a big frump beside him if im honest its more of a paddle than a swim lmao and its just to be doing something as he is a chef [zx188] and works alot of evenings so its to curb the boredom. i walk with the girls at work on my lunchbreak but thats more of a chatting session [zx108] but im telling myself its because im trying to be healthy

Tonight it is helping my sister feed the twins and make the dinner cuz she has a kidney infection and im then zzzz cuz today im tired

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Thursday, September 6th 2012, 2:13pm

Hi everyone

Cleo - my DH is also an exercise nut - running, kayaking, mountain biking and climbing. I am usually sitting on the sofa when he disappears out the door to do something healthy (often with some chocolate in hand - ah well). I am trying to make sure I walk every day.

I *think* I may be feeling the first flutterings from the baby - that or it's gas :laugh:
At night time and sometimes at lunchtime (in fact, just now) I can feel a little fluttering/popping sensation in my tummy - very weird. As I said it could be gas, but my midwife said I might feel something from anytime now - all the books I've read says more like 19 -20 weeks for a 1st baby though so maybe I am just imagining it.

Other than that not much else to report. Had a bit more brown spotting today but brown is OK for me - had been warned it could bleed a little bit right up until my due date.
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Thursday, September 6th 2012, 4:47pm

Net- this could very well be you feeling your bubs because all the preganancy books say from around 15 -16 weeks on you can feel, you could be one of these lucky first time mums who can feel it early- cant wait til i feel mine woo hoo. Only 5 more sleeps til my next scan hope everything is ok

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Thursday, September 6th 2012, 10:34pm

net - id say that's deffo baby :)
I first felt her at 16+3 and then not again until 18wks I think it was? :rollseyes:
like bubbles popping but it tickles inside and u can't itch it?
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Monday, September 10th 2012, 5:21pm

Hi everyone....hope your all doing ok! I'm in Portugal at moment :biggrin: just checking alls well high5
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Tuesday, September 11th 2012, 6:58pm

HI Kittenlove, hope it's nice and sunny in Portugal!

Cleo - have you had your scan yet? Was it today?

How is everyone?

Not much going on really, I had to try 7 outfits on this morning to try and find something half suitable for a formal business meeting and lunch. Then after lunch my bump had grown so much I was almost popping out of my skirt! Two of my clients weren't supposed to know I am PG so I had to hold my bag in front of my bump, was quite comedic if I hadn't of been so bloated from lunch! What are you all doing for work wear? I work in a formal corporate office and the norm is shift dresses/suits etc, none of which fit me anymore as they are all so fitted in style. I have bought some trousers and a skirt in the next size up but maternity clothes are too big for me at the moment. Not sure what to do next - Primark maybe for some cheap and cheerfuls to keep me going!

Have also felt more little flutterings - hoping it's all a good sign, have scan Sat and feel really nervous about it.

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Tuesday, September 11th 2012, 9:41pm

I'm sure you r feeling baby and everything is fine on Saturday :D
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Saturday, September 15th 2012, 1:59pm

Hey ladies
wow it is so quiet on here!

Cleo - hope everything is ok?

Amyeliz - I think it must be the baby, don't have it every night but most of them now.

Kittenlove - hope you are enjoying Portugal.

AFM, bleeding started yet again last night, but although heavy it was brown and has stopped again so not too concerned. Luckily I had a private reassurance scan booked for today anyway and all was well, AND we found out we are having a girl!! SO excited.

bab21

Really hope you are all well.

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Saturday, September 15th 2012, 3:54pm

Net - :congrats: on finding out you're having a girl bab19 how exciting & you can now begin to go pink crazy :snigger: Those pesky bleeds are very annoying, i'm beginning to think i'll be having them on & off throughout. But at least you know your lil lol is ok thumbup
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Saturday, September 15th 2012, 6:05pm

Thanks Sazlou and welcome to the second tri!!! Bleeding seems to be more common than I thought - still blinking scary though! I have also been told I may get it throughout my pregnancy - lucky old me!!

Very excited about the pink news I must say. I was convinced it was a boy as well - shows how much I know!
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Sunday, September 16th 2012, 9:25am

hey ladies well im finally making the jump lol, wow a girl net huge congratulations, im dying to know what were having im far to impatient to wit lol.
how are you all seems like a while since ive been on but im backkkkk lol xxx
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Sunday, September 16th 2012, 9:49am

Yay Mrs A - welcome!!!

There was no way I could wait 9 months to find out the flavour, am waaaay too impatient!
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Sunday, September 16th 2012, 9:58am

same here hunni lol, gotmy 20 week scan nextmonth and will be asking right away lol xx
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Sunday, September 16th 2012, 10:10am

welcome mrs a! :D
and weeeeeee another girl!

I'm sure there's hardly any boy pregnancies in comparison at the moment you know :rollseyes:
we're having a girl epidemic :thumbsup:
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Sunday, September 16th 2012, 11:44am

Hi all....I'm back from Portugal. Glad you are all very well thumbup
Welcome mrsA high5
AFM I have my 20 week scan tomorrow afternoon and will not be asking sex.....just want a surprise. Hope I don't see anything I shouldn't! :talkhand: :xxx3:
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Sunday, September 16th 2012, 12:53pm

Good luck for tomorrow Kittenlove! I wouldn't have had a clue at what I was looking at when he told me it was a girl. Just looked like a grey blob, so I am sure you will be fine! I love the idea of not knowing the sex but I know I am just too impatient, so I cracked!
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Sunday, September 16th 2012, 1:13pm

I totally understand people wanted to know the sex thumbup it makes sense! At least you can get ready before hand. We have just decided to wait for the surprise happydance [zx014] [zx014]
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Monday, September 17th 2012, 11:23am

Good luck for today! :D
I wasn't fussed for finding out the sex but then DF wanted too and once we knew we were gonna find out I was really excited lmao
I actually thought I saw a willy on my scan but been told its a girl so doesn't matter what u see hahaha you still can't tell ;)
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Monday, September 17th 2012, 6:30pm

Hi everyone....well had scan. Baby doing well but I was told I have a low lying placenta and need a placenta localization scan at 34 weeks bigcloud ....little bit worried now. Did this happen to anyone else? Also told I have a heart murmur which apparently can happen during pregnancy :xxx3:
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Monday, September 17th 2012, 7:05pm

Hi Kittenlove,

was just flicking through and noticed your post!!!! Glad scan went well and try not to worry too much about low lying placenta...I was told that my placenta was low lying and was partially covering the entrance to my cervix at my 20 week scan with my 1st pregnancy, but I had a growth scan at 28 weeks and it had moved up out of the way completely...I was told that most do so hopefully it won't cause you any problems xfingers XXXX



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Monday, September 17th 2012, 7:15pm

Hey Kittenlove,

Glad the scan went well - I have read about low lying placentas moving up as well in my pregnancy books, so fingers crossed yours will. Sorry to hear about the heart mumur - do you have to have any treatment for it?

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Monday, September 17th 2012, 7:16pm

By the way has anyone heard from Cleo?
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Wednesday, September 19th 2012, 9:10am

Hi Girlies- I am just back to work after a week off, i spent a wonderful week with hubby and bump down in the south of ireland it was fabulous. All i did was walk along beautiful beaches, eat gorgeous food, sleep and swim and spent loads of quality time with my hubby. soz i didnt stay in contact but i was nowhere near a phone or computer just how i wanted it

Kittenlove- I hope everything works out but as far as i have read low lying placenta is common enough and usually moves and try not to worry about heart murmur my sis in law is pregnant with her first and she always has had a heart murmur and she has just be advised that she will have a hospital birth so they can keep an eye but dont perceive any problems

Welcome Mrs A- you finally made it over

Well done girlies on all the girls that are coming along. Hubby doesnt wanna know the sex so i have agreed that we wont find out boo spoilsport

AFM- nothing to report...i had to go lift my notes and was supposed to get scan last week and my stupid consultant wasnt there so got no scan i was so so annoyed and this was before my holidays i didnt let it disappoint me too much. i went to midwife yesterday and heard my LO heartbeat going a mile a minute so i am reassured and i have my 21 week scan on the 16th October so just gonna sit back and enjoy my pregnancy. I have popped definitely so maternity trousers all round. Went walking yesterday and am swimming 2 nights a week and when i am not doing them i am getting the practice in with my twin nephews who are 4 months old now and are just so yummy i could eat them. So im a dab hand at nappy changes, bottle feedings and clothes putting on(not as easy as it looks)

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Wednesday, September 19th 2012, 9:17am

Hi all

Hey Cleo - sorry about my 'where's cleo' post when all you're trying to do is have a relaxing holiday - sounds amazing! My mum is from Co. Wexford and we went on the most amazing holiday there a few years back, driving across the south cost up to Ring of Kerry etc - just stunning. Glad that you heard LO's heartbeat but sorry you couldn't get your 16 week scan. All the best for the 20 week scan.

Not much happening with me other than the fact my bump has suddenly expanded massively over the last 3 or so days - cannot believe the difference a few days have made. In my maternity jeans today for first time, soooo comfy.

Have a good day everyone.
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Wednesday, September 19th 2012, 9:21am

sounds like you had a fab time hunni sounds pure bliss, hhow areyou all ladies,
im 16 weeks today and have midwifes i hope they listen for the heartbeat xxx
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Wednesday, September 19th 2012, 9:26am

Hope it goes well Mrs A - the mw listened for HB at my 16 week check up - she couldn't find it for ages though then when she did it was so loud, so don't panic if it takes a while!
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Wednesday, September 19th 2012, 9:39am

i really hope they listen for it but from my area some do and some dont, i wil be asking though lol xx
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Wednesday, September 19th 2012, 12:34pm

Mrs A- im sure they will they usually have the wee machine with them. It took a while for mine yesterday because they move about so much so as Net says dont panic if it takes a while and then you hear the loud whoosh whoosh whoosh. Forgot to say think i felt the bubbles this morning when i was lying in bed its hard to know but i think so lol

Net i have been in maternity jeans and trousers from about 13 weeks oh so comfy dunno how i lived without them lmao

Holiday was amazing and i had forgotten how beautiful ireland can be its been years from i travelled round it it just shows you your own country can be just as amazing for an old holiday but would love to do scotland maybe when bump arrives and is old enough to travel xxx

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Thursday, September 20th 2012, 1:28pm

Hi ladies I hope we're all good today? Thought I'd come join you guys finally : D
I remember a few of you ladies from previous threads :)

Mrs A did the midwife listen in for you?

Kittenlove glad all was well with baby at your scan, I've known a few people and family members with low lying placentas some had moved by later scans and others booked for a section, also my cousins wife was born with heart murmur and she's about to have her second son any day : D all had beautiful and healthy bouncing bubba's though.

Cleo I've only been to Ireland once I went for the day to Belfast and a service at st Anne's cathereral. I'm off to south Devon for a few days with dh and my kids next weekend good old sun holiday a few days away will be good I hope :)

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Thursday, September 20th 2012, 3:21pm

Lordy Emma-Jayne your nearly ready to move to the third trimester and you have only come over now lol lmao . Good to hear from you and that your baby boy is cooking nicely as you put it [zx218] . Awh i was in the south of ireland down the west by Galway and Westport truly spectular beaches and scenery you really must do it sometime it is fantastic. i hope you enjoy your wee break away to be honest i am ready for another one as we are talking mortgages this week as we are trying to build a house for our new addition and i am so stressed :scared:



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Thursday, September 20th 2012, 5:01pm

Hi all smile2 Glad you are all well. I'm ok thank you Cleo. I'm not going to worry too much about low placenta till I have the scan at 34 weeks.

Is anyone else experiencing tight painful calf? Maybe it's because I'm at work all day but my right calf feels like that. Time to put feet up I think zzzz ] :xxx3:
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Thursday, September 20th 2012, 7:00pm

Cleo I'm lagging begins aren't I :) I've been meaning to write in here for ages but kept getting side tracked. Good intentions and all that :) and better late than never ah : D and thank you yes cooking nicely he he.

Sounds lush : D and bless you needing another holiday sounds all systems go at your end and yes I hope so too I do love Devon cliffs (Haven) spent a lot of time there as a kid holidaying.

Building a house and mortgages sounds promising and exciting sorry to hear your stressed though :( it'll all be worth it though won't it : D

Kittenlove my calves are tight too but I thought mine was down to extra weight I'm carrying around as I've only got skinny legs and I experienced the same with my other three children : D Hope your now in the reclined position chilling now.

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Thursday, September 20th 2012, 7:35pm

Yes I have skinny legs too....maybe it's what you said . It's uncomfortable isn't it? :thumbdown:
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Thursday, September 20th 2012, 8:34pm

Very feels like my legs are going to collapse under me this week ;( I did find previously within about a week or two of having baby it does subside :D


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Friday, September 21st 2012, 1:33pm

hi ladies, nice to see a few more of you in here :D

i had my 24 weeks midwife appt yesterday and belly is measuring spot on! :thumbsup:
she had a feel of baby, and then put the doppler on to listen, and baby kicked the doppler off pmsl
midwife went "ooooo we have an active baby" : D
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Friday, September 21st 2012, 2:32pm

amyeliz- thats so funny about bubs kicking the doppler off lol could be the next olympic judo champ lol lol lmao



Mrs A- Did you get a wee listen at your appointment?



AFM- no updates all systems go with mortgage who knew it was so complicated , we are building our own house from scratch sometimes i think just shudda rented lol lol. And i feel like a swallowed a football most days now lol

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Friday, September 21st 2012, 3:39pm

Hello Ladies,

I have finally made it to this page...I am 15 weeks today and only got better on the sickness about 2 weeks ago! It was really bad i had nausea all the time :puke: so glad to be back on my energy level. I was completely off everything including phones, computers, internet, food but all ok now.

I had a scan at 13 weeks and all ok as LO was seen kicking all over the place. I have felt some movements since and sometimes d left part of my tummy gets hard, ball shape and i'm guessing could be LO's head especially when i'm not so full. I have changed all my pants to maternity as they dont fit anymore and very uncomfortable, so also my bra size! I still manage some tops :)

So glad everyone is doing ok. So sorry no personals as i feel way behind.

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:bye: :party: :weehee: Yeah Jumsy your finally here. congratulations on you LO i know you felt was sick right up to 13/14 weeks but now all ok and energy is good. Sounds really bad i dunno if i feel movements or its my imagination sometimes i believe when i get a sharp sudden pain in my side or abdomen i think its baby kicking that part....well thats what i tell myself.

Been in maternity jeans/clothes for a while and i dunno how i lived without them. dont worry you will catch up soon

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Friday, September 21st 2012, 9:09pm

Amyeliz bless your little princess kicking the Doppler : D Glad to hear your measuring spot on. I read you'd sorted your date discrepancy with your midwife too which is fab, I'm still arguing the toss my end even though he's measuring days ahead they scribbled all over my notes then crossed out because I moaned he he.

Cleo bless you feeling like you swallowed a football I know what you mean, alls systems go sounds good building from scratch must be fabulous as you can put/size everything as you want : D

Jumsy hi :) sorry to hear you suffered badly with sickness and glad its eased now I didn't fit in anything straight off :( very swallow from the start. It's lovely trying to guess what you can feel isn't it :thumbsup: I hope you have a good weekend.

I'm still unsure of my movements during day he shuffles 5.30am/pm and at 10.30 at night he has a rave shaking my belly from side to side like jelly. Apparently is because my placenta in lower my right on stomach very weird never heard of that before.

Kittenlove I hope you enjoy the baby show but no I'm not going :(

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Saturday, September 22nd 2012, 11:08pm

welcome jumsy :hi:
and maybe not judo but we both do Thai-Boxing ;)
must be takin after us already hehehehe

in the bath this morning and I got like the movement across the belly ....
popped out at one side - twisted and settled at other side! was amazing but wouldn't do it again hahaha even tho I urged her too pmsl

something that has freaked me out!
noticed whilst laid in the bath - an X etched into my belly - like scratched? :/
wasn't there yesterday from what I know ... it's freaky and quite big!
not sore tho ... like iv been attacked in the night :/

I can't post a pic until tomorrow or Monday ...
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Sunday, September 23rd 2012, 8:26am

Hello ladies,
Cleo your gifts were lovely so I thought it were about time I made the jump and joined you lovely ladies. It seems all systems go in here in the first tri there is only me and Sazlou left :laugh: Hope you all are having a lovely weekend.


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Sunday, September 23rd 2012, 9:37am

Morning all high5 hope today brings you a peaceful Sunday!

How's everyone doing thumbup ok I hope....

AFM I start pregnancy yoga on Tuesday. I'm looking forward to do as I have high BP so I'm hoping this may keep things calm! Only thing is I work long hours Tuesdays....8 till about 7 so il have to go to the class straight from work and get two busses....not looking forward to that!

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Sunday, September 23rd 2012, 9:38am

Welcome lucyloo :bye:
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Monday, September 24th 2012, 9:04am

Hellloooo Ladies- Hope you all had a lovely weekend.

Welcome over Lucyloo!!!

Emmajayne- it aint all that much fun because you make the final decisions on a house you have to live in the rest of your days imagine you made a mistake and ended up hating it LOL!!! No its a lovely simple house loads of room left around it for big gardens just cant wait to get started the husband is even getting a room for his bikes lol how sad one for the baby one for his bikes (baby 2 and 3) the way he treats them.

AFM- No news worked all weekend so shattered today, alot of stretching and aches and a few pains in my abdomen over the weekend and huge indigestion but i know bubba is growing so i dont mind. Felt more bubbles over the weekend mostly at night when i am lying at rest it is nice to feel them at this stage but cant wait to feel a proper kick so bump can really tell me "mummy im in here". DH asked me for the first time last night do you think the baby is gonna be alright? So innocent god love him, the reason being he hasnt seen bump since 9 weeks and i explained at the big scan we will find out....just as i was calming down now its another worry what happens if its not!!!!Just have to deal with it at the time....fingers crossed. I have midwife next tuesday again so at least i get another listen in on the heartbeat.

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Monday, September 24th 2012, 10:05am

hi ladies sorry for not beenon been so flat out, as for my midwife nooooooo she aid its not routine at 16 weeks to listen so god knows when ill get to hear my little baby so annoyed ;(
on the up side we put all our nursery furniture together over the weekend felt so comforting, and ordered our pram last night its all getting real now xxx
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Monday, September 24th 2012, 1:31pm

Hello Ladies :wave:
Mind if I join in :O I come with gifts :flowers: :chocs:
I've been hanging out with Lucyloo in 1st Tri & thought it was time to jump across.
I've been away for a few days with DH to celebrate our anniversary but sadly had to come home early due to sickness :sniff: I've suffered with sickness from 6 weeks & just when I thought it was easing it decided to return. Another day on the sofa for me with my sick bowl :mood:
Hope you're all well & your beans are keeping safe :hugs:
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Monday, September 24th 2012, 2:39pm

Awh Sazlou your welcome to the second tri and i would love some choccy right about now u read my mind. Im sorry your still sick angel i thout you were getting better cuz i kept checkin in on first trimester on you. Hope you feel better real soon



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Monday, September 24th 2012, 2:44pm

Amyeliz beautiful to watch isn't it so I take it you won't be urging her to do that again but she may do I could see my daughters foot through my skin at full term very strange. As for the X etched in your belly very random good that its not itchy though or sore I will look out for your pic of it.

Hi Lucy loo and sazlou very pleased you took the leap sooner than I did : D Sazlou sorry to hear your suffering with sickness and hugging a bowl ;( I do hope it passes soon for you. Very sad you had to cut your celebrations short because of sickness too. Lucy loo I hope your doing well today?

Kittenlove good on you for arranging yoga your very good I do hope it helps our Bp Hun :) two buses too I have admiration for you I hope you enjoy your session.

Hi Cleo the house sounds fab : D hehe at your husbands bikes boy and there toys as they say I'm sure you'll be very happy when its done, how long will it take to be built? Big gardens are definitely a plus with children helps alot I have a 10ft trampoline and a twin swings and see saw set and a shed full of toy tractors, bikes and other outdoor toys as well. Definitely sounds like your little one is making present known so nice when you can relax and feel/see baby moving :thumbsup: bless your dh all will be fine I'm sure it's such a anxious time isn't it I've paid for two private scans on top of my two nhs ones due to anxiety and I have a 4d scan booked for 28weeks. So roll on your midwife appointment so you can hear your little one again ah :thumbup: I have antenatal appointment with my doctor on Friday morning.

Mrs A :-( naughty midwife not letting you hear you baby I would be annoyed too with my other kids they listened in at 11-14weeks this time my doctor listened in at 12weeks things chance so frequently I do hope you get to hear little one at your next appointment. You are very organised doing your nursery furniture I need to get into gear I think I do have my pram though : D

I hope everyone else is ok too?

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Monday, September 24th 2012, 2:55pm

Emma Jayne- Hopefully all being well the house will be started in the next 3 weeks with the view to have it built by the time bubsy is born in feb but i know it doesnt always work out that way. We were extremely lucky as my father gave all of his children a site to build our houses on with plenty of land round them to make big gardens so im gonna make sure im fully garden equipt lmao I know DH can be so sweet when he sounds worried and i have to admit im anxious about the 21 week scan a bit too but im trying not to let him see that and this is the first time in all my time of pregnancies that im starting to grow a bit of confidence about my pregnancy and my expanding belly helps as well .

Mrs A- im sorry to hear your midwife is being lets say uncooperative, i cant understand why she wont listen in. My midwife does it at every appointment to but my mind at ease she is very good and she has booked me in every 2 weeks with her as well. Maybe you shud just explain to her you would be more comfortable due to history my lovely.

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