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Old Nov 24th, 2015, 09:52 AM   21
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[QUOTE=Suzy t Same - I am bursting out of my bra! Very impressive and a great distraction from my amazingly bloated belly lol. Trying to hide this bloat from work is gonna be a challenge... And also a it sleepy, but dd is 2 so any kind of rest is pretty much out of the question. She's a non napping tornado![/QUOTE]

I hear ya on the boobs. My boobs feel so heavy and swollen. And you are bloated already? I'd love to be bloated I am so excited to see a baby bump so I'd love to see something growing out!



 
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Old Nov 26th, 2015, 09:15 AM   22
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I saw this group before but have been scared to join because I have two previous losses. Ive officially made if further than both and am feeling super nauseous this morning so am starting to have a bit more hope this time around. I am due July 22. Also have very tender boobs that are growing quite a bit! I'm super tired too but partially because I've been sleeping lightly and dreaming lots. Thankfully my daughter is at school 3 days a week so I can take the occasional nap. Anyone have a sense of the gender? My daughter I knew was a girl, my two losses I felt were girls too so was wondering if maybe I just always think Im having a girl, but this one is the first Ive gotten boy vibes from! My daughter really wants a baby sister and hubby is also partail to girls, Im happy either way though



 
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Old Nov 26th, 2015, 10:47 AM   23
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Congrats to you.

I feel boy some days. Girl other. I already have 2 girls and 1 boy. I would like another boy to give my DS another boy to play with and not be surrounded by girls. But either way, as long as it's healthy, that's all that matters.

I can't win today. I feel nauseous if I don't eat and nauseous if I do eat!



 
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Old Nov 26th, 2015, 11:58 AM   24
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Sorry to hear you are feeling icky. My nausea is gone for now. I think 6.5 weeks is when the nausea really hit me with my daughter, Im not looking forward to that at all! Although am grateful for any symptom that tells me things are progressing properly. Has anyone had a scan yet? I have one booked next wednesday, I'll be 6 weeks 5 days. I'm surprised she booked one so early for me but can't wait. Maybe my midwife knows how much better I will feel once I see a bean with a heartbeat.



 
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Old Nov 26th, 2015, 14:30 PM   25
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No scan booked here. Won't get one until 12 weeks.



 
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Old Nov 30th, 2015, 01:31 AM   26
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My boobs are enormous!! Still sleeping in a sports bra and have ordered a maternity bra already! No sickness just kind of waves of nausea.
We had a private scan last week and saw a little heart beat which was really reassuring
Saw my GP on Friday, just waiting to hear from MW for booking appointment



 
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Old Nov 30th, 2015, 01:48 AM   27
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Shall I do a little thingy in original post of everyone's EDD's?



 
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Old Nov 30th, 2015, 05:37 AM   28
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Hi everyone, very excited to be joining July mummies 2016. I have many fond memories of this forum and the April 09 mummies and still have some contact with a few.

Im Nic, my EDD is 14th July '16. We have a daughter already who is 6.5 so we're starting all over again.

Got my 12 week NHS scan booked for the 30th of Dec and looking forward to announcing in the new year. We;ve also booked a private scan mid december just for some reassurance before Christmas.

I feel like rubbish I am so bad at being pregnant, it just doesnt seem to suit me at all, but I checked thoroughly and you cant get babies on amazon prime, so here we are.

Look forward to getting to know you all



 
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Old Nov 30th, 2015, 06:30 AM   29
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Shall I do a little thingy in original post of everyone's EDD's?
That's a great idea! Easier to keep track that way

My boobs are bigger too and SO sore, I dont remember being this sore with my daughter. Morning sickness is slowly ramping up. I think my worst symptom though is my hunger. I am insanely ravenous, I eat all day, and can only get to about 3am before I wake up with the worst hunger pains. It's really cutting into my sleep so I may have to keep crackers or something by the bed so I can get back to sleep properly. Last night I just drank water because I was too lazy to go get food but it took so long to get back to sleep and by the time I finally started to doze off, my daughter woke up I remeber being like this later in pregnancy with my daughter, but not this early, it's making me a bit worried!

I have an apt with my OB-GYN this afternoon and a scan on Wednesday which I can't wait for!

Welcome nibblenic, I was on here with my first too. She is 4 so not quite as large an age gap as you, but larger than most it seems! I'm sorta happy about the large age gap, DD will be in school and I will have the days alone to get to know my new baby. When will you tell your daughter?



 
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Welcome nibblenic, I was on here with my first too. She is 4 so not quite as large an age gap as you, but larger than most it seems! I'm sorta happy about the large age gap, DD will be in school and I will have the days alone to get to know my new baby. When will you tell your daughter?

We've already told her, she is very mature for her age and has a special interest in human biology so has an understanding most kids dont have till much older.

Planning on taking her to the nhs scan, as shes off school but we'll already know if everything is ok due to the private one



 
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