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Old Dec 14th, 2016, 06:20 AM   11
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Not really! The only name that we both like and can agree on is Max! It is growing on me, especially when I put the full name together - Maxwell George. When we chose DDs name, I had actual shivers when I said it all together! Not sure if that will happen this time- boys names are tough!



 
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Old Dec 14th, 2016, 15:19 PM   12
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Happy V Day, Ceri! Maxwell is a lovely name

We've narrowed our list of girl names down to 25 but DH is ready to commit to Evelyn. I'm not sold yet, but we have lots of time to discuss it. We had already decided on a first name of James if baby is a boy, but looks like we won't be using that!

Mrs Unicorn, I loved being team yellow with my first two babies and picking out a boy and a girl name!



 
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Old Dec 14th, 2016, 16:30 PM   13
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there is a group on facebook which is why the thread here probably died down!
All of my baby stuff is in a storage unit up by my parents (the intent was to have all of the baby stuff up front so we could get it if needed but the movers didn't pack it in that way!) so my dad stopped by today to see if there was anything he could grab and bring down to us...i have a bassinet and a pack and play in there somewhere along with all of the baby clothes (girl, mostly, and we're having a boy this time but for sleeping in who cares?) and it's not visible!! Boo.



 
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Old Dec 15th, 2016, 04:49 AM   14
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Ceri - Max is a lovely name. And you're right, we struggled with a boys name too. I think we had just the one boys name we liked, and about 15 girls names!

Pita - I love Evelyn too! But, like you say, there is plenty of time before you need to decide. I wasn't keen on Ivy at first, it was DHs choice, but the more I thought about it the more it grew on me. Now I love it!



 
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Old Dec 15th, 2016, 11:46 AM   15
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Had a little read through as I was originally on the April group but sadly had a MC. So glad to hear you are all doing well.
I am expecting a May baby now



 
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Old Dec 15th, 2016, 15:28 PM   16
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Congrats marypoppins! Sorry for your earlier lose, but congrats for your rainbow baby! Hope all is going well!

Pitakat - one of my best friends has a little girl called Everlyn and I love that name! It's so pretty and quite versatile with nicknames.



 
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Old Dec 16th, 2016, 05:11 AM   17
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Congratulations marypoppins! That's wonderful news!



 
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Old Dec 16th, 2016, 11:54 AM   18
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Due April 25th here. With a baby girl!!!
Ds cant wait to have a little sister and is very involved I just love it!

Ds was 10days early (im only 5ft so he just had nowhere to go) so we think this one will come around the 14th April. Ive just got a very small frame and baby girl is already a measuring bit chunky and squashed in there

Im enjoying 2tri more as have got HG but im no longer sick just have food aversions which is easier to cope with

However I am finding pregnancy itself much much tougher a second time round what with still having to keep with ds's schedual etc..
Its been a very different experience for me this time round but last time I will be pregnant so trying to enjoy it as much as I can



 
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Old Dec 16th, 2016, 16:22 PM   19
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Hi glad 2nd tri is treating you better than 1st! MS is horrible without it turning to HG so I bet your glad there's no more vom! That's definitely been the worst part for me- the sickness was so intense this time I struggled to see the light! Mine finally went away somewhere around 18/19 weeks. I still have heightened sense of smell which is annoying! Especially as I work in a nursery with babies! Lots of smelly nappies and puke!



 
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Old Dec 29th, 2016, 14:48 PM   20
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How is everyone doing? Trucking along here, finally told DH's family at Christmas that we're expecting again and they're very excited! :-)



 
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