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Old Jun 11th, 2014, 00:34 AM   841
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I'm definitely looking forward to hitting the 10-12 week stage gdef. I can't take the worry of first tri anymore. I hate it.

It's interesting that you don't like being an only child. I come from a pretty big family (2 brothers and 3 sisters) and my husband does too (2 sisters 3 brothers), and we both love how we grew up and want a big family. It's been a difficult road for us though and I don't know how much more pregnancy and TTC I can do for the next 10-ish years. So might not get the big family we wanted after all.



 
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Old Jun 11th, 2014, 01:11 AM   842
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I'm definitely looking forward to hitting the 10-12 week stage gdef. I can't take the worry of first tri anymore. I hate it.

It's interesting that you don't like being an only child. I come from a pretty big family (2 brothers and 3 sisters) and my husband does too (2 sisters 3 brothers), and we both love how we grew up and want a big family. It's been a difficult road for us though and I don't know how much more pregnancy and TTC I can do for the next 10-ish years. So might not get the big family we wanted after all.
I think if we would've lived closer to town where I had access to other kids and activities, i probably wouldn't have hated being an only child as much. But we lived about 30 mins outside of town in the country and I was very lonely growing up. I always begged, hoped, and prayed that I would get a sibling but it never happened. Now as I'm older and just recently went thru the sickness, care, and eventually the passing of my grandmother, i wish even more that I had a sibling. My mom has 5 brothers and sisters and she had a tremendous amount of help and support throughout granny's illness. I just kept thinking to myself, what if this happens to my mom and dad? It's just going to be me (and dh and dd) having to deal with this on our own. No brothers or sisters to rotate nights of staying with them to care for them...nothing. So I've always said that dd would have at least one sibling so that she will never be alone



 
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Old Jun 11th, 2014, 02:41 AM   843
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I've slightly be slacking in the cooking and laundry area

I've only grown up with my older sister (3.5yrs older) and once I hit around the age of 4/5 we stopped being close and have never been close. I do have an older brother that passed away when he was 2yrs, before my sister and I were born. And then my mom said I was a surviving twin of "vanishing twin", then she had an ectopic when I was 3 that caused a full hysterectomy. I hated growing up with just the one sibling, and our age difference. I always said I'd want 2-3 close in age.



 
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Anyone dealing with insomnia?! It's 2:40am here and I can't seem to sleep



 
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Old Jun 11th, 2014, 02:46 AM   845
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I wake up every night now about 2am! X



 
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Old Jun 11th, 2014, 02:49 AM   846
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I feel tired, I yawn, so I lay down. Then I just lay there and think, and think. Then the tiredness feeling goes away then the next day I'm dragging!



 
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Old Jun 11th, 2014, 03:39 AM   847
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I can't wait for first tri to be done either. I would quite like the midwife to call me back, too. So we can get things started that way in terms of scans and such. So SLOW!



 
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Old Jun 11th, 2014, 03:46 AM   848
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Girlssss is it safe to use hair removal cream???


Need to tidy up lol xx



 
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Old Jun 11th, 2014, 06:47 AM   849
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I'm bleeding I feel completely terrified. It isn't heavy but it's more than spotting and bright red. Spoken to midwife who has said all I can do is watch and wait for a few hours but then go to a&e if I am still worried for a scan on the early pregnancy unit. I can't stop crying



 
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Old Jun 11th, 2014, 06:55 AM   850
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Maisie, don't worry! Are you cramping too? If not, it's probably fine! And if so, it still might be fine. Remember that women think they're getting their period all throughout a pregnancy sometimes.

I've only known I'm pregnant since Monday, and my insomnia is due to me being too excited to sleep, lol. Going in for a beta test today just to finally convince the doc that I'm pregnant- I'm not worried about the number and I'm confident it will be positive. Today I'm only 3+3 but I'm eager to get it confirmed!!

Laura does it say on the box whether it's safe for pregnancy? I imagine most chemicals are good to stay away from, but that it wouldn't actually HURT anything. But I'm not a doctor lol.



 
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