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Old Jun 4th, 2018, 08:41 AM   51
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welcome and congrats ladies!



 
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Old Jun 4th, 2018, 11:03 AM   52
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Hi girls been at work today all day and got my bloods done ( work in hospital) hcg is 2000 at 21dpo praying this is my sticky bean! Catch up properly tomoz



 
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Old Jun 4th, 2018, 11:27 AM   53
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That sounds great!
I haven't contacted my doctor yet.. I guess I will soon though!



 
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Old Jun 4th, 2018, 11:47 AM   54
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Those numbers look great

It's a bit boring on my end as I can't book my appointment until I'm 7 weeks, I also don't like the midwife that was my main one last time, really, really don't want her again!



 
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Old Jun 4th, 2018, 13:48 PM   55
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Omg vanilla I remember you!

Congrats to everyone il update the thread later today/tomorrow been struggling to day with my lack of anxiety medication. It’s been a tricky day



 
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Old Jun 4th, 2018, 14:03 PM   56
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Omg vanilla I remember you!

Congrats to everyone il update the thread later today/tomorrow been struggling to day with my lack of anxiety medication. Itís been a tricky day
Ah wriggley I hope your ok! I know how you feel Iíve been there with kg last pregnancy I came off cold turkey threw me a little bit but havenít been on it since let me know if I can help support you at all xxx

@treeroot ah thatís lovely! Iím glad itís gone well for you! xx

Hi to all new Feb to be mammas!! Xoxox



 
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Old Jun 4th, 2018, 16:25 PM   57
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I'm sorry to hear about the anxiety, it's a pain in the butt to deal with



 
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Old Jun 4th, 2018, 20:18 PM   58
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Same on the anxiety Wriggley. I've never been on meds myself, but that doesn't mean I shouldn't have...
This winter I kept playing scenarios in my head where I asked the doctor about it, but never got the courage to make an appointment.



 
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Old Jun 5th, 2018, 08:10 AM   59
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I’m currently in Butlin’s, in the UK with my two little ones and hubby and my parents I am so so so exhausted and it’s only day two. It’s making me emotional lol, my dad doesn’t know and neither do our babies so it’s just a having to get on with it kind of thing my head is pounding and I’ve had my intake of caffeine for the day! Praying I get a better sleep tonight the boys didn’t settle until 10.30PM as they were so excited and were up between them 5 times in the night and up for 6.30 my eyes are all itchy and my brain is pure fog! Sorry for the rant but feel like you girls actually know how bad the tiredness really is I feel like a walking zombie. How are you all feeling xxx



 
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Old Jun 5th, 2018, 10:22 AM   60
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Ah yes, those rough days days Beautiful11 I hope you get that needed sleep!

I'm tired, but not actually more then usual...at least I don't think so. My motivation yo-yos so dramatically that it will be difficult to know if it's pregnancy related or not! Also not feeling nauseous yet (knock-on-wood); I don't remember when it started with my first but it lasted a long time - into third tri. I also think I really overdid it my first tri when I had a big work load at the time and I happened to be in a play which together meant little sleep and no down time. This time around I'm a stay at home mom (mostly by choice, though I wanted part-time work) so at least I'll have a lot more flexibility and less outside commitments/demands. Not that looking after a toddler isn't tiring!

So since I'm sharing my life story apparently - I'm sort of starting a homestead/farmstead/small farm and my plan was to start a CSA next year...not sure how doable that will be with a newborn but I really don't want to give up on that dream!



 
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