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Old Apr 14th, 2018, 05:19 AM   501
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Ruskin contact panorama today, tell them your insurance doesn't cover it and ask if they have a self pay option. Aparently that makes it heaps cheaper. Panorama may still come to be over $200 butchered are apparently other comparable blood tests thatbwill be less doing it that way.
Hubby and I talked and decided we would much rather use the money to buy some extra things for the baby so we are skipping the test

I scored a killer deal deal today got a very nice crib and changing table for 105 at a garage sale . Its a jardine madison convertable crib white it is no longer made and super darling. Its the white version



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Old Apr 16th, 2018, 08:23 AM   502
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Well today has been a strange day my littlest for started nursery which has meant I now only have one at home having had 6 screaming monsters for 2 weeks and apart from running play group this morning it has been a lovely quiet day.



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Old Apr 16th, 2018, 09:22 AM   503
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that crib.



 
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Old Apr 16th, 2018, 10:48 AM   504
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finaly ordered my double buggy this week so excited, got a uppababy vista in light grey, i cant wait to take a stroll with my two in it in october



 
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Old Apr 16th, 2018, 11:09 AM   505
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finaly ordered my double buggy this week so excited, got a uppababy vista in light grey, i cant wait to take a stroll with my two in it in october
I donít need a double obviously but hear the vista is amazing. We are looking at the cruz as apparently quite a bit smaller.



 
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I've never had a pram at all, but definitely needing a double this time. We live on a farm so it will need to be one suitable for rough terrain. So far I've narrowed it down to bumbleride indie twin or baby jogger city mini GT double. I think the final decision will rest on whatever I can find second hand for the best deal. Lol



 
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I've never had a pram at all, but definitely needing a double this time. We live on a farm so it will need to be one suitable for rough terrain. So far I've narrowed it down to bumbleride indie twin or baby jogger city mini GT double. I think the final decision will rest on whatever I can find second hand for the best deal. Lol
I have the baby jogger gt and highly recommend it. It is very robust.



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Does anyone have any heartburn remedies outside of Tums? I can feel it starting already and mannnn, that was my worst symptom the last go-around.



 
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I use a combination of tums and drinking lots of milk and avoiding acidic foods . I have acid reflux and usually take omeprezole but it is not safe during pregnancy



 
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Old Apr 18th, 2018, 13:13 PM   510
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I cannot believe how different this pregnancy is from the first 2. Only a week and a half of morning sickness this time, after being really sick the whole first trimester with the first 2 and the whole pregnancy with that 2nd one, and now I have terrible heartburn, which I didn't really get at all with the first two. At 12 weeks 5 days my midwife said my uterus was 6 cm above my pubic bone, with my first 2, they could barely feel my uterus at 12 weeks. They say third baby is a wild card, but I didn't expect things to be so different this time around. Anyone else on 3rd child? Is it super different?



 
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