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Old Apr 19th, 2017, 15:11 PM   1711
Velathria
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i know right? its like since we found out that i have that bicornuate uterus i'm having all the things that people write about.. hope it atleast stays all the way to the end and i can have this little bean naturally.

at least they said because i had my son naturally that its a good chance that i will this time again.

bored but good. just the usual pregnancy uncomfortableness.. XD being on bedrest sucks. I feel so bad for my dh he has to do everything.

With all this he sees though what i have to do all the time with our son and everything XD



 
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Old Apr 20th, 2017, 06:42 AM   1712
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Oh my goodness, bed rest must suck! Is it temporary for now, or will you be on it for the rest of the pregnancy? That would be such a huge stress on your DH! But glad the little bean is sticking around!

AFM - I am back to work this week. DH and Jack are doing good so far at home together while DD continues to go to daycare. Jack still sleeps like crap. Oh well.



 
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Old Apr 23rd, 2017, 12:12 PM   1713
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well it's just temporary to see if the clot will go away and everything keeps looking good. It just scared the doctors and us that there was so much bleeding and clots coming out. And that my cervix was slightly open.

But it looks like the clot is shrinking, so thank god for that



 
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Old Apr 24th, 2017, 09:48 AM   1714
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I hope everything calms down and you can get off bed rest!



 
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Old Apr 27th, 2017, 02:06 AM   1715
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Just popping in!

Nice to see things progressing vel!

How is everyone? Seems like these babies have gotten us so busy



 
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Old Apr 27th, 2017, 02:11 AM   1716
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I just get a sense of sadness coming to this group and BNB. We were such a chatty group but life has gotten the best of all, and I used to be close with a lot of ladies here but it's the same with them. After being here for 5 years you get close to people and it's just sad.



 
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Old Apr 29th, 2017, 09:49 AM   1717
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We are good thanks. Good to hear from you hunni! We are going on holiday on Monday, can't wait. We are off to Canada for 2 and a half weeks, toronto and Ontario. We will be on the road a lot travelling to different places, including Niagara and then up to Huntsville with a few stops on the way. I am so looking forward to getting away from every day life and spending time just the 4 of us. Our extension is coming on well but we have now run out of money so it's going to be a long term project. I am ok with that as I knew it probably would be, but it will be nice not to have to think about it for a few weeks.

Alice is 4 months old now and growing fast. She is not very good at sleeping anymore and wakes up a few times a night. I let her sleep in our bed most of the time as its the easiest way to get sleep! She sleeps very well in our bed and loves to snuggle up close, I feed her when I'm still half asleep so I don't even really notice her waking too much. We have started letting her try bits of food, so far she has tried banana, broccoli, cauliflower, puréed pear and some baby crackers. Oh and she had a munch on a strip of steak recently when we went out for dinner I am not officially starting proper weaning until we get back from holiday as she isn't 6 months yet and I don't want to have to worry about a routine on holiday, but she is so ready for it - always trying to grab our food and having a tantrum if we don't share ours, so I think when we get back we will start properly. I'll probably go for the more relaxed approach and let her try bits of finger foods from our plates. She's done well with the fruit and veg she had munched on so far

Slammerkin hope your return to work went ok?

And Velathria hope everything is still ok with you? any news on when you might be able to get up and about again?



 
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Old May 1st, 2017, 10:24 AM   1718
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hey girls ^^ i'm glad you are all enjoying time with your little ones. can't wait to have that.

Hunni- i get what you mean. It's just very stressful after. it is sad but at the same time you still have that connection with everyone when you come on we didn't forget you
And i am so happy to be able to talk to you all still about everything even though we are all in different situations now. Usually that's when it fades away.
So thanks for still listening to little old me

ATM- I am still waiting for my next checkup which is this friday. So i'll find out how everything looks. Maybe by then the clot will have gone away and i could finally at least move around and do stuff.

Feel so useless. But on a brighter note, i am clearly now hearing the hb of my little one and i actually felt it the other day. It bulged itself out but i can see on the ultrasounds that it's a lively one. ^^ It's always bouncing around and kicking. No surprise i can feel it already ^^

Am going crazy looking at baby stuff online dh might take my internet privileges away from me

But besides all that everything is going pretty well lately ^^ hope it stays like that



 
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Old May 2nd, 2017, 20:26 PM   1719
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Hi all, I'm doing fairly well. Back to work is fine. Pumping is going well. I came home with 20 oz today!

Jack sleeps like crap! Not even sure how many times he wakes, but won't go more than two hours, and wakes more and more as it gets on toward morning. Really quite devastated at the idea of another horrendous sleeper like DD was.

Rose hope you have an awesome holiday. We are going to Ireland for 10 days in June.

Vel glad you're hearing and feeling the baby!

Hunni, hope everything is good with A'mouri!

Haven't heard from shaele in ages! Hope little Zack is doing well.



 
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Old May 19th, 2017, 06:48 AM   1720
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Hi all! Sorry it's been a while, we just got back from holiday. We had a great time I bought an ergo 360 before we went, so we didn't take the buggy. It was so much easier carrying Alice around, I am so glad I bought the ergo. Alice has also regressed with sleeping, she now won't settle in her cot and because I just want an easy life, I have let her sleep with us for the last 3 weeks. DH is looking forward to having the bed back but to be honest I'm quite enjoying the snuggles plus when she's in with us she tends to sleep for longer, and feeding her in the night is really easy. In fact I'm not even sure how many times she wakes now as I Hardly wake up when I latch her on.

We are going to start weaning. I let her have a few tastes before holiday but didn't want to start properly, as I didn't want the hassle while away. The cheeky monkey has started trying to grab our food and gets quite cross when we are eating and she doesn't have any so I think she's ready.

Hope you're all well. Velathria only a couple of weeks and you're half way through it's crazy how quickly things change - it seems a lifetime ago that I was pregnant now.



 
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