hahahahaha I'm glad Aaron is asleep when I get up and at work in the morning when I get up... I had to get Connie put my socks on this morning!!! SPD means I can barely lift my left leg up after sleeping..
Aww candy I know how you feel with the SPD! I'm suffering with it too! The other day walking in the snow to the docs and back, was fine, until and sat down! I couldn't get back up again!!!! I was in pure agony and in tears! Has your mw said anything about it? I asked mine and she just said she would refer me to the hospital where they talk to you about how to ease it! these babies cannot come soon enough hey?! Lol xxx
they offered me physio for it but there is a waiting time of 2-3 weeks and by then there's no point really, it really isn't nice! I can't imagine walking in the snow with it!! I barely make the school run anymore are you going for the hospital appointment? xx
It depends how long they take to get back to me. My midwife said could be a few weeks, and I'm possibly being induced in 4 weeks anyway so I think I'll just play it by ear! It's awful!!! The other night i woke up desperate for the toilet and thought I was gonna wet myself coz I couldn't turn to get out of bed! Had I wake Stephen up to help me coz I just couldn't joys of pregnancy! Lol looking forward to having my lil man here and being able to move faster than a snail!
Hi ladies! You guys crack me up! Some of the things discussed on here is so funny! Lol. Thanks everyone for your kind words and well wishes with Riley. I'm definately very happy about the outcome of his appointment and he actually said "eat" yesterday!! Very exciting for a boy that says nothing. Typical that the word he says is associated with food! That's Riley for ya! Lol. Ukgirl- thankyou so much for telling me about your son and speech therapy. It really helps to hear other peoples experiences and improvements etc, so thanks Hun. xx Now on to waters breaking, lol. You girls wanting the dramatic gush are so funny. I actually had it happen twice and didn't like it! My first went in bed at midnight, thought I'd peed myself. My second my partner and I were discussing it. He said " your waters haven't even broken yet (40weeks +3 days) I stood up and they broke, lol. I say he jinxed me. With Riley I was already 8cm and in hospital. I have a feeling I'll probably be in labour this time before they break. Afm- yesterday I had my mw appointment and everything was brilliant! My blood pressure hasn't even gone up!! Though when I asked about the period cramping she said it was odd that I had it because it's due to stretching and usually happens just with your first. I'm not sure how correct this is. She also said once in labour it's very important I tell them that last time I had a PPH so they can fix up the drip ready to go. I'm starting to freak out a bit!! Well I'm off to clean as my sisters and their partners are coming for a BBQ today. Hope everybody has a lovely weekend!
Oh yeah, and meant to say that's great news about your tests coming back good Ready to Mum. Hope your monitor ones are fine too. And I wanted to say about the nursing bra thing, you could always just get the stretchy no-underwire sleep type ones at first as those will be good for when everything swells up and you are not a normal size. And those just come in S,M,L etc so you don't need to worry about cup sizes. I got a couple of those for hospital just so that I have a bit of support and can put pads and hot cold/ packs in them if I get leaky or have a lot of pain. I think I mentioned before that I like those Momamia ones from Pea in the Pod. I got a second of those today as ATM I am busting out of my old bras and absolutely hating anything with wires. Those are so stretchy and the back expands so much that I think they would fit well even through engorgement and what not. They are a bit more $ though, but the sleep bras are usually not very much at all. Hope you find something that works for you!
Kealz howcome they are thinking of inducing you in 4 weeks??
Kirstyrich glad all is going well and hope you have a lovely bbq with the family xx
Kristabelle my friends little girl found a huge kitchen knife in a ball pit near us, when she took it to management they didn't seem too bothered and when she asked how often they cleaned the pits they said 2 times a year!!! you would think it would be more often right?!
so quick question.. a girl on my facebook has just had her baby and he uploads pictures of him calling him sexy... would you/have you ever referred to your child as ''sexy''?
Personally I don't like it. Kids are not sexy at all! :/
Because of the gestational diabetes, they don't want him gettin too big, at 32 weeks he weighed 4 lb 7oz... Lol so they said usually around 38 weeks will be a good time to induce, which I don't mind!
Omg about the knife in the ball pit!!!! That's awful!!!
And the sexy thing is weird I agree!
There are loads of words to describe babies, sexy's not one of them. That rubs me the wrong way, too.
OMG at knife in the ball pit! That would be a mega suing they would get here in the US, I bet. And the cleaning 2 times per year is feral! Kids are lovely, but grubby creatures! Imagine if you only cleaned your house 2 times per year, the authorities would be after you! It reminds me of a thread I read on a pregnancy forum about whether or not its okay to eat soft serve ice cream and some guy was saying it was perfectly safe because he used to work at Carvel and they cleaned the machines once a week. Once a week!! All that milk spinning through full of sugar freezing and melting, sitting overnight, freezing and melting and then you only clean the machines once a week! Bleurgh! Needless to say I have not had any carvel soft serve since then!
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