Nope but we're moving next month to the northwest territories to an isolated village where I can't deliver cause there is no hospital so I'm flying back to Nova Scotia to have the baby where my family lives.
It is for work and there is a health centre with two registered nurses plus I am a registered nurse to, a doc flys in every 3 or so weeks for a couple of days, anything emergency related gets flown to Yellowknife so we're not completely without help, if he breaks a bone we'll get flown out etc. I'd be more worried about the adults in the communities having heart attacks etc, though there is a crash cart at the health centre. Plus will be back in NS 4-5 months of the year visiting and such.
i still think you are very brave, i'm not much of a mover, i was brought home from the hospital to the house i lived in with my parents until i was engaged & have lived in the same apartment with my hubby & now daughter/s since then ! i get attached to where i live - lol
^ wow thats impressive. I've moved TONS! Like 5 or 6 times before I moved out for university then another 7 times to get me where I am today, thankfully our moves won't be as often anymore, I like going to new places but it's exhausting.
ayclobes - Congrats on your dh being able to feel Preston kick! It is so amazing when our hubby's are able to feel it for the first time. My dh talks to my tummy to try and get our lo to kick/move more. It is so wonderful to see them loving it as much as we are.
Taylah - Thanks for letting me know about wish, that's amazing news for her, she must be over the moon! After so many years of trying to get her bfp naturally is brillant.
I'm glad I'm not the only one who feels like there is a party in my tummy on a nightly basis! I really wasn't expecting to feel as much movement as I'm feeling, which is wonderful and very reassuring.
Kelly - Wow, I can't believe that your moving to the NWT! My SIL's parents live in Dawson (YT) and I can't believe how they do it. Although they love it! I think it takes a special person to live in some of those isolated villages and endure the winters on the Canadian north! Enjoy your time back in NS with your family.
It's starting to get hot here so I'm really hoping that I'm going to be able to survive the summer without a pool or air-conditioning. I'm getting a bit better nights sleep by building a fortress of pillows in bed every night to help me sleep. I'm currently using 5 pillows, lol. I think that my dh is lucky that we have a king size bed as there would be no room let for him in a smaller bed with all my pillows!
I'm with ya Sam , love my pillows , my hubby was complaining last night that one was sticking into his bum-lol i told him he would be complaining a lot more if he had a big bun in the oven so shush up ! i too am not really looking forward to the over heating that is on its way , this year is supposed to be one of the hottest summers we have had in a few years - typical bad timing, i usually love the heat just fix it by stripping down to bikini & swimming , not this year that's for sure - not a good look !
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