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Old Sep 27th, 2010, 14:08 PM   391
Mom23monkies
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I am Heather I will be 36 in december and my dh is 37 I have three children from my first husband who was arrested and removed from my home just after my youngest was born.
My DH and I have been together for 6 years and have been married for 2 1/2
I got pregnant in oct 08 and lost triplets (Natural pregnancy but had a d&c) then in may I got pregnant again (again natural twins) and had another mc then in August I got pregnant with just one while on clomid and MC 4 days after I got my BFP
We are waiting for some tests to come back and see if there is a reason i havent been able to hold a pregnancy.
Especially since I had three so very easily
We are currently PLANNING on ttc again after christmas
We just decided that we dont want to have all that stress round the holidays



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Old Oct 4th, 2010, 01:32 AM   392
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Well, he's still a bit nervous about the whole thing but... we've started TTC! Fingers crossed it won't take us too long! Best wishes to you all x



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Old Oct 4th, 2010, 02:16 AM   393
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I am going to be 32 when me and DH TTC. We wanted to pay off our debts and be more stable financialy before we add another mouth to feed



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Old Oct 4th, 2010, 03:22 AM   394
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Hi! Can I join the club? I am 31 and my OH is 44. We are WTT for our first together.



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Old Oct 5th, 2010, 15:33 PM   395
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Hi, is it ok for me to join you all? I'm only 25, but feel a lot older. I've been wanting a baby since I was 18 and expected to start about 23-24.

I'm now a fully trained doctor with a fiance (33) who I've been with for nearing 3 years, and a step son I consider my son, but I've still never had that wonderful pregnant feeling I've been craving for the past 7 years!

It's hard right now, we're in a flat that's already too small for the 3 of us, but need to save up for the next year because we're moving to a new area and want a house big enough to really take root in (we went 5 kids total) Also, since I move into a new nhs trust, I need to work there for over a year to get the full maternity pay which we need since I'm the main breadwinner.

I feel like I'm ready, he's ready, just our life isn't ready, so I'm having to wait until next November even to try, and it's driving me crazy. I always thought it would have happened by now, and must have picked out everything I want from buggy to diaper genie!

Anyway, please let me be part of the group, I feel so much older than most of the others in WTT, and at the rate I'm going will be having number 5 well into my 50s!



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Old Oct 6th, 2010, 00:22 AM   396
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Woo hoo! Just turned 30, now officially a OAP Great idea for a thread x x



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Old Oct 6th, 2010, 12:50 PM   397
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Hi, is it ok for me to join you all? I'm only 25, but feel a lot older. I've been wanting a baby since I was 18 and expected to start about 23-24.

I'm now a fully trained doctor with a fiance (33) who I've been with for nearing 3 years, and a step son I consider my son, but I've still never had that wonderful pregnant feeling I've been craving for the past 7 years!

It's hard right now, we're in a flat that's already too small for the 3 of us, but need to save up for the next year because we're moving to a new area and want a house big enough to really take root in (we went 5 kids total) Also, since I move into a new nhs trust, I need to work there for over a year to get the full maternity pay which we need since I'm the main breadwinner.

I feel like I'm ready, he's ready, just our life isn't ready, so I'm having to wait until next November even to try, and it's driving me crazy. I always thought it would have happened by now, and must have picked out everything I want from buggy to diaper genie!

Anyway, please let me be part of the group, I feel so much older than most of the others in WTT, and at the rate I'm going will be having number 5 well into my 50s!
Hi trainingdoc, first welcome to WTT but secondly you don't have to be with your new trust a year to get your full maternity. You only need to be with the NHS for a year all your benefits transfer from one trust to another. It's the same for your holidays and pension it's classed as NHS service.
Don't know if this makes any difference just wanted you to know.



 
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Old Oct 6th, 2010, 14:07 PM   398
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Hello all, I am fairly new here and thought I'd add my bit. My name is Hayley, I'm 29 (30 in March) and live with my boyfriend of 4 years and our 2 girls who are 7 and 3 (almost 4)

I waited patiently all year for this as I was in the middle of driving lessons but now I have passed, I am working towards December which is when we'll TTC. I have my coil out on Monday so fingers crossed my cycles will be kind to me

Hayley xxxx



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Old Oct 8th, 2010, 12:16 PM   399
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Hi trainingdoc, first welcome to WTT but secondly you don't have to be with your new trust a year to get your full maternity. You only need to be with the NHS for a year all your benefits transfer from one trust to another. It's the same for your holidays and pension it's classed as NHS service.
Don't know if this makes any difference just wanted you to know.
Thanks for the help. It's really hard to ask before even moving into the job without seeming like you're just looking for the maternity pay! I'm still not sure because I'm only a locum, not permanent staff right now what will be included, but since I've been employed by the NHS on a filling in basis for the last 6 years, does that mean I'm eligible now? or is it only for permanent staff? Also, do you know if I went to HR and had a meeting about it, is it confidential? Really feeling lost with all this stuff!



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Old Oct 8th, 2010, 13:35 PM   400
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Hi trainingdoc, first welcome to WTT but secondly you don't have to be with your new trust a year to get your full maternity. You only need to be with the NHS for a year all your benefits transfer from one trust to another. It's the same for your holidays and pension it's classed as NHS service.
Don't know if this makes any difference just wanted you to know.
Thanks for the help. It's really hard to ask before even moving into the job without seeming like you're just looking for the maternity pay! I'm still not sure because I'm only a locum, not permanent staff right now what will be included, but since I've been employed by the NHS on a filling in basis for the last 6 years, does that mean I'm eligible now? or is it only for permanent staff? Also, do you know if I went to HR and had a meeting about it, is it confidential? Really feeling lost with all this stuff!
Not sure about about that one I would think so though but if you speak to HR it is totally confidential. If you don't want to speak to anyone yet most trusts now put all their policies on their intranet so have a look there it may give you what you need. If I can help anyother way just shout. Good luck.



 
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