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Old Apr 27th, 2013, 04:24 AM   7461
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Hi Stacey - Im good. Just finished watching an awesome film - the intouchables. subtitles as its in French but you stop noticing not far in. Makes a change to watch a thoughtful, film with a plot different from the usual. The French do seem to be pretty good at making films. Even DH really loved it and he's normally a shoot em up/horror kind of guy. Yoga this morning was really good too, it seems to loosen all my stiff and sore parts, relax my mind and reduce all the pregnancy anxiety.



 
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Old Apr 27th, 2013, 05:01 AM   7462
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Hey Stacey, good thank you, how about you?? Bit peeved that my cycles are refusing to regulate! Keep getting random one day bleeds!!!
Dreamers that is in my top ten favourite films!!! Totally love it, so sincere, fabulous acting cried like a baby at the end lol!!
Yoga sounds nice ) I've never tried it. One of those things I've always fancied but never got round to!!
Hope everyone else is well xx



 
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Old Apr 27th, 2013, 09:46 AM   7463
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Hi Stacy, doing well over here. Allergies are kicking my butt and Abigail has a cough but doctor says allergies don't appear this young, I hope not because she's miserable! We are doing the March of Dimes walk today. She was born at 36+2 so just barely considered preemie but want to do it and it's for a good cause. Hope you are all having good weekends!



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Old Apr 27th, 2013, 13:05 PM   7464
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Dreamers- good movie indeed! Yoga! That sounds like fun... I'm not to flexible so haven't tried it lol. I loveeeee horror movies!

Lucy- what a bummer! Hopefully they'll regulate soon! I know it's a pain and pretty frustrating.

Gardens- that's awesome!!!! Good luck! *praying its not allergies* poor baby!!

Afm- not much going on here. Actually hubby only has 3 night shifts left and then it's done!!! He'll be working days now. From 10 am to 9 pm I think. I am ohhhh so excited to have the house to myself and do as much cleaning as I've been wanting too! It's hard to do do much around the house when the husband is sleeping in the room. My room is always dark! Ughhh. First thing I'll be doing is-changing curtains!!! Did I mention I'm realyyyy excited?! Lol.



 
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Old Apr 28th, 2013, 03:13 AM   7465
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I know what you mean Stacey, DH and I are both normally shift workers, but I think I hate it when he's on nights more than me! Turns him into a complete grump, have to creep around the house and not only do we have black out curtains but he insists on hanging blankets over the windows to eliminate any tiny bit of light. It will be wonderful have your DH on permanent days - such a better lifestyle! Enjoy!



 
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Old Apr 28th, 2013, 13:41 PM   7466
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I've started buying baby stuff. I basically have baby on the brain 24-7. Lol



 
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Old Apr 28th, 2013, 17:52 PM   7467
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I've started buying baby stuff. I basically have baby on the brain 24-7. Lol
Hehe, so fun! :-) It's fun watching/reading about all of you going through your pregnancies. :-)



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Old Apr 29th, 2013, 21:07 PM   7468
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Dreamers are you doing prenatal yoga? Do you find it helps to stretch you out?

Or basically this is to anyone actually who can offer advice on starting to get limber.



 
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Old Apr 29th, 2013, 23:02 PM   7469
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Operation - I am doing pre-natal yoga. But i have done other yoga classes in the past and found it did help muscle aches and also helped me relax after a busy day at work. Id recommend giving it a go pregnant or not!



 
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Old Apr 30th, 2013, 20:19 PM   7470
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Babyo- I found prenatal yoga helpful, too. I think you will like it. Are you having lots of aches and pains?



 
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