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Old Feb 17th, 2018, 10:36 AM   31
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Urgh because urgh lol even the smell of it ... it's totally someone else's duty to feed our lot!
Completely understand the rebellion though, I was like that too, just not with cat food lol

Yeah this is it, you don't tell them! Otherwise that's it, you've had it! I don't think men quite grasp this.

Yeah we could have seen someone earlier but we wanted to give it time and see if they caught up with various milestones as they had with some, and I was so wary about jumping the gun. They don't work quite the same here I don't think, they do tend to diagnose really early and sometimes the child in question doesn't actually have those problems which becomes apparent later on. But in hindsight it was probably silly leaving it as long as we did with the two youngest as both eldest and I had been diagnosed so it would seem it's me passing down the autism. Does anyone in your family have any diagnosis or traits? My dad does
My lo won't be diagnosed with a placement until 4 as of right now it's just traits. They do that here kids get diagnosed all the time who probably are just a late bloomer but once they're in the school system as diagnosed with autism or autistic traits you will remain. One nice thing is I feel my ds is getting a headstart so that's nice!

Well I'm adopted and do not know any family history, on dh side not that I know of. But they've said to me it's probably on my side as it tends to come from the mother not always but most often! I want to find my birth family just don't know where to start!



 
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Old Feb 17th, 2018, 11:29 AM   32
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Boy - Nausea, sickness, extreme smell sensitivity, daily heartburn, craved more sweet things, good skin, no energy.

Girl - Nausea, extreme smell sensitivity, daily heartburn, craved more savoury things, bad skin, higher energy.



 
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Urgh because urgh lol even the smell of it ... it's totally someone else's duty to feed our lot!
Completely understand the rebellion though, I was like that too, just not with cat food lol

Yeah this is it, you don't tell them! Otherwise that's it, you've had it! I don't think men quite grasp this.

Yeah we could have seen someone earlier but we wanted to give it time and see if they caught up with various milestones as they had with some, and I was so wary about jumping the gun. They don't work quite the same here I don't think, they do tend to diagnose really early and sometimes the child in question doesn't actually have those problems which becomes apparent later on. But in hindsight it was probably silly leaving it as long as we did with the two youngest as both eldest and I had been diagnosed so it would seem it's me passing down the autism. Does anyone in your family have any diagnosis or traits? My dad does
My lo won't be diagnosed with a placement until 4 as of right now it's just traits. They do that here kids get diagnosed all the time who probably are just a late bloomer but once they're in the school system as diagnosed with autism or autistic traits you will remain. One nice thing is I feel my ds is getting a headstart so that's nice!

Well I'm adopted and do not know any family history, on dh side not that I know of. But they've said to me it's probably on my side as it tends to come from the mother not always but most often! I want to find my birth family just don't know where to start!
That's interesting. I didn't know it's more likely to come from the mother's side. Makes sense though for us as I am, and all three of my biological children are.
Hmmm ... I'm not sure. I don't know if it's hugely different between the UK and US but I would think your first port of call would be social services? Unless your adoptive parents know some info on your bio parents?



 
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Old Feb 17th, 2018, 19:41 PM   34
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Boy - Nausea, sickness, extreme smell sensitivity, daily heartburn, craved more sweet things, good skin, no energy.

Girl - Nausea, extreme smell sensitivity, daily heartburn, craved more savoury things, bad skin, higher energy.
Hmm I'm in the both of your lists haha I would love a girl but I'm not getting my hopes up and I will be happy with my newest addition either way! My husband's dad had 6 brothers and 1 sister and the sister was the baby!!!!!



 
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Old Feb 17th, 2018, 19:44 PM   35
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Urgh because urgh lol even the smell of it ... it's totally someone else's duty to feed our lot!
Completely understand the rebellion though, I was like that too, just not with cat food lol

Yeah this is it, you don't tell them! Otherwise that's it, you've had it! I don't think men quite grasp this.

Yeah we could have seen someone earlier but we wanted to give it time and see if they caught up with various milestones as they had with some, and I was so wary about jumping the gun. They don't work quite the same here I don't think, they do tend to diagnose really early and sometimes the child in question doesn't actually have those problems which becomes apparent later on. But in hindsight it was probably silly leaving it as long as we did with the two youngest as both eldest and I had been diagnosed so it would seem it's me passing down the autism. Does anyone in your family have any diagnosis or traits? My dad does
My lo won't be diagnosed with a placement until 4 as of right now it's just traits. They do that here kids get diagnosed all the time who probably are just a late bloomer but once they're in the school system as diagnosed with autism or autistic traits you will remain. One nice thing is I feel my ds is getting a headstart so that's nice!

Well I'm adopted and do not know any family history, on dh side not that I know of. But they've said to me it's probably on my side as it tends to come from the mother not always but most often! I want to find my birth family just don't know where to start!
That's interesting. I didn't know it's more likely to come from the mother's side. Makes sense though for us as I am, and all three of my biological children are.
Hmmm ... I'm not sure. I don't know if it's hugely different between the UK and US but I would think your first port of call would be social services? Unless your adoptive parents know some info on your bio parents?
So my parents used Catholic charities as the adoption agency when they adopted me, at the time Colorado was a closed document state meaning if the adoption was a closed adoption which it is everything is sealed and I cannot find anything. Colorado has since then opened their documents but I was adopted through a private agency so they don't have to show anything. I'm sure there's a way but a lot of work and rather expensive!



 
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I’ve been told by the nub experts baby is 99% boy this time and I have 3 girls already.

With my girls I was being sick more, and by second tri I felt great. I craved sweet things a lot!

This time, I was sick only a few times but ‘feel’ sick majority of the day. I’m still gagging etc when I walk into the kitchen or open the fridge. I have completely gone of chocolate (I normally love chocolate!) and cannot drink coffee (it’s all I ever used to drink) so have moved on to tea which I never used to really like. I’m also still exhausted and feeling crappy (14w now) x



 
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Urgh because urgh lol even the smell of it ... it's totally someone else's duty to feed our lot!
Completely understand the rebellion though, I was like that too, just not with cat food lol

Yeah this is it, you don't tell them! Otherwise that's it, you've had it! I don't think men quite grasp this.

Yeah we could have seen someone earlier but we wanted to give it time and see if they caught up with various milestones as they had with some, and I was so wary about jumping the gun. They don't work quite the same here I don't think, they do tend to diagnose really early and sometimes the child in question doesn't actually have those problems which becomes apparent later on. But in hindsight it was probably silly leaving it as long as we did with the two youngest as both eldest and I had been diagnosed so it would seem it's me passing down the autism. Does anyone in your family have any diagnosis or traits? My dad does
My lo won't be diagnosed with a placement until 4 as of right now it's just traits. They do that here kids get diagnosed all the time who probably are just a late bloomer but once they're in the school system as diagnosed with autism or autistic traits you will remain. One nice thing is I feel my ds is getting a headstart so that's nice!

Well I'm adopted and do not know any family history, on dh side not that I know of. But they've said to me it's probably on my side as it tends to come from the mother not always but most often! I want to find my birth family just don't know where to start!
That's interesting. I didn't know it's more likely to come from the mother's side. Makes sense though for us as I am, and all three of my biological children are.
Hmmm ... I'm not sure. I don't know if it's hugely different between the UK and US but I would think your first port of call would be social services? Unless your adoptive parents know some info on your bio parents?
So my parents used Catholic charities as the adoption agency when they adopted me, at the time Colorado was a closed document state meaning if the adoption was a closed adoption which it is everything is sealed and I cannot find anything. Colorado has since then opened their documents but I was adopted through a private agency so they don't have to show anything. I'm sure there's a way but a lot of work and rather expensive!
I see. That makes things awkward, but probably not impossible. Is there a freedom of information law? I don't know how this would work over there, but here if I wanted all my documents from social services years ago I'd have to make a request via freedom of information and pay a fee of £50 maximum. But, one thing here is they only keep documents for so long and then they destroy them. I don't know if they do this there



 
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Iíve been told by the nub experts baby is 99% boy this time and I have 3 girls already.

With my girls I was being sick more, and by second tri I felt great. I craved sweet things a lot!

This time, I was sick only a few times but Ďfeelí sick majority of the day. Iím still gagging etc when I walk into the kitchen or open the fridge. I have completely gone of chocolate (I normally love chocolate!) and cannot drink coffee (itís all I ever used to drink) so have moved on to tea which I never used to really like. Iím also still exhausted and feeling crappy (14w now) x
I'm sorry you feel so horrible! Hopefully it will pass soon! I have a lot more nausea this pregnancy then ever before I never had ms with any of them (DH says I did with one but he can't remember which one haha) so it obvious if I did it wasn't terrible! The biggest difference is the exhaustion and the acne but I'm also older this time so who knows but thank you for chiming in I really appreciate it!



 
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Urgh because urgh lol even the smell of it ... it's totally someone else's duty to feed our lot!
Completely understand the rebellion though, I was like that too, just not with cat food lol

Yeah this is it, you don't tell them! Otherwise that's it, you've had it! I don't think men quite grasp this.

Yeah we could have seen someone earlier but we wanted to give it time and see if they caught up with various milestones as they had with some, and I was so wary about jumping the gun. They don't work quite the same here I don't think, they do tend to diagnose really early and sometimes the child in question doesn't actually have those problems which becomes apparent later on. But in hindsight it was probably silly leaving it as long as we did with the two youngest as both eldest and I had been diagnosed so it would seem it's me passing down the autism. Does anyone in your family have any diagnosis or traits? My dad does
My lo won't be diagnosed with a placement until 4 as of right now it's just traits. They do that here kids get diagnosed all the time who probably are just a late bloomer but once they're in the school system as diagnosed with autism or autistic traits you will remain. One nice thing is I feel my ds is getting a headstart so that's nice!

Well I'm adopted and do not know any family history, on dh side not that I know of. But they've said to me it's probably on my side as it tends to come from the mother not always but most often! I want to find my birth family just don't know where to start!
That's interesting. I didn't know it's more likely to come from the mother's side. Makes sense though for us as I am, and all three of my biological children are.
Hmmm ... I'm not sure. I don't know if it's hugely different between the UK and US but I would think your first port of call would be social services? Unless your adoptive parents know some info on your bio parents?
So my parents used Catholic charities as the adoption agency when they adopted me, at the time Colorado was a closed document state meaning if the adoption was a closed adoption which it is everything is sealed and I cannot find anything. Colorado has since then opened their documents but I was adopted through a private agency so they don't have to show anything. I'm sure there's a way but a lot of work and rather expensive!
I see. That makes things awkward, but probably not impossible. Is there a freedom of information law? I don't know how this would work over there, but here if I wanted all my documents from social services years ago I'd have to make a request via freedom of information and pay a fee of £50 maximum. But, one thing here is they only keep documents for so long and then they destroy them. I don't know if they do this there
Ok so I looked this up, it seems each of the 50 states here get to make their own laws about opening info, so ever though Colorado decided to open info they did it with stipulations, so I can hire a private investigator to get into all the information for me it will run me anywhere from $1500-$5000 depending on how closed it is, but with me having another baby now with my lo having this diagnosis it may be worth it to know if we're looking for the same traits!



 
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Wow. That's a hefty sum! I wonder how much you can find out yourself? Do you know any details?
There may be a less costly and easier way of finding out medical history to a point. They offer genetic testing here so I'm assuming they offer similar there too? I don't know if that may be less expensive? Although I'm sure you want to find your bio parents anyway for other reasons. I would too



 
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