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Old May 24th, 2013, 11:55 AM   3221
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What color are you doing the baby's room in?
It's a soft green. It's a little too minty, but I think it'll look good once it's done and everything is in the room.
Sounds nice.... I prefer green to blue (green is my favorite color), and for a girl I prefer lavender to pink (people is my second favorite color!)

If you used dark wood in the room, it would tone down the "minty" aspect of pastel green.... I'm very good with color tones and what compliments what, or tones down, or brightens, etc - but obviously, do what you like, not me! Lol

I don't think we're going to paint the baby's room, just decorate...

Especially since it's a small room and will only be temporary....with my oldest we did a noah's ark animal theme, it was so cute. From an ad in the newspaper, for $40 I got 2 full crib sets (sheet and bumper pad AND matching blanket), a ceramic Noah's ark with a bunch of animals, a lamp with the ark, and a nice picture to hang. There was something I'm forgetting....
But the lady I got it from had twins, in the paper it didn't mention that, and everything was in new condition, couldn't tell it had been used cuz it barely was, apparently those items were temporary until the actual nursery was complete...(found out late she was even having twins)
It was a cute theme and the items would go well with any colors, as the animals were all different colors and the sheets with the animals on them were a very soft beige.



 
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Old May 24th, 2013, 12:45 PM   3222
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What color are you doing the baby's room in?
It's a soft green. It's a little too minty, but I think it'll look good once it's done and everything is in the room.
Sounds nice.... I prefer green to blue (green is my favorite color), and for a girl I prefer lavender to pink (people is my second favorite color!)

If you used dark wood in the room, it would tone down the "minty" aspect of pastel green.... I'm very good with color tones and what compliments what, or tones down, or brightens, etc - but obviously, do what you like, not me! Lol

I don't think we're going to paint the baby's room, just decorate...

Especially since it's a small room and will only be temporary....with my oldest we did a noah's ark animal theme, it was so cute. From an ad in the newspaper, for $40 I got 2 full crib sets (sheet and bumper pad AND matching blanket), a ceramic Noah's ark with a bunch of animals, a lamp with the ark, and a nice picture to hang. There was something I'm forgetting....
But the lady I got it from had twins, in the paper it didn't mention that, and everything was in new condition, couldn't tell it had been used cuz it barely was, apparently those items were temporary until the actual nursery was complete...(found out late she was even having twins)
It was a cute theme and the items would go well with any colors, as the animals were all different colors and the sheets with the animals on them were a very soft beige.
Yeah the furniture is almost all dark cherry-ish colour. I used to work for Dulux Paints (formerly ICI Paints) so I know what you mean about colour



 
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Old May 24th, 2013, 13:15 PM   3223
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Nice! Sounds beautiful!



 
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Old May 24th, 2013, 13:50 PM   3224
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Nice! Sounds beautiful!
I'll post pictures when we get it all done



 
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Old May 25th, 2013, 01:47 AM   3225
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Anyone know if it's safe to ride roller coasters at 11 weeks?
I googled it and it's all over the place - some say err in the side if caution, some women say they went in rides their entire pregnancy....
I know towards the end it would be bad, the placenta being do heavy it could tear....

We're going to Busch gardens on Sunday and I want to ride a couple good rides!
I called my doc today but the office was closed

I think if it doesn't have a lap bar, (but a harness instead, those never push on my belly) and you aren't being jerked around or in free fall it would be ok.

Idk.

Ft, confetti, someone : ever done this?



 
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Old May 25th, 2013, 08:19 AM   3226
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Ft and Angel nice scans!!

Nazz I am glad you are feeling better as for your wedding it is your day so be assertive and let everyone know your decisions are final.

I had a 5 course sit down meal of about 60 persons at a well known hotel by the sea. Here the main thing is the church part which includes singer flowers etc.

I wont have a nursery as we live in a 2 bedroom maisonette. The bedrooms are both bigger than a usual bedroom and the boys will share and if it would have been a girl we would gave divided the and there would be plenty of space for both and a living area :-).

Angel I havent gone on such rides preg mt husband would kill me.



 
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Old May 25th, 2013, 11:27 AM   3227
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No offense girl, but with your MC history I wouldn't even consider it!! Coasters can change every time your ride them depending on the day, weight of the vehicle...you just don't know what will happen. I know it's not fun, but you'll never forgive yourself if you went on the ride and something happened.



 
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Old May 25th, 2013, 18:46 PM   3228
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That's sort of what I was thinking, just seeing if anyone had a different answer.
Oh well, a couple rides my youngest isn't tall enough for anyhow, so we can go on something else :/
I love roller coasters, the more insane the better ! Bummer



 
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Old May 25th, 2013, 20:01 PM   3229
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That's sort of what I was thinking, just seeing if anyone had a different answer.
Oh well, a couple rides my youngest isn't tall enough for anyhow, so we can go on something else :/
I love roller coasters, the more insane the better ! Bummer
Oh I hear ya!! I LOVE coasters. Best coasters I've ridden were at 6 Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia, California and at Knott's Berry Farm Silverwood outside of Coeur d'Alene, WA has the old corkscrew rollercoaster from Knott's, they're pretty decent.

My favourite coaster of all time though is Colossus at Magic Mountain. If you ever saw the TV show Step By Step....it's that big white one they ride in the opening credits. Although they CGI'd (badly) an ocean in front of it...it's a parking lot lol....oh and if you've ever seen Ntl Lampoon's Vacation...that's Magic Mountain



 
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Old May 26th, 2013, 01:23 AM   3230
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I love the vacation movies
"the moose out front should have told ya"

Christmas vacation is my fav



 
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