September 2021 due date babies!!!

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  1. Suggerhoney

    Suggerhoney 41 and Pregnant :)

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    Thank you ladies.


    @Bittersweet
    So happy everything is OK. My little one has been a little quiet today but moving now. I think sometimes there having a good sleep hehe.
    He normally gets very lively at night and early In the morning.
    We went for a lovely evening walk but oh my by the end of it my pelvis hurt. So now sat watching The Karate Kid. Oldie but a classic.

    @MadamRose
    Wow how cool are those pics. U can see features and everything. Such a cute little baba hon makes me melt<3


    Here are some pics we took on our walk.


     
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  2. LoneWanderer

    LoneWanderer Well-Known Member

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    So, so very tired. Like, can barely even move level tired. Guess the second trimester glow has decided to end early.
    I feel cheated.
     
  3. LoneWanderer

    LoneWanderer Well-Known Member

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    Literally me.
    Damn, it's hot.

     
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  4. MadamRose

    MadamRose Mummy to 2 and cautiously pregnant with #3

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    @Suggerhoney looks like you had a lovely walk.

    @LoneWanderer sorry you are struggling with the heat.

    I decided to compare baby to my girls. I think baby definitely has some similarities with my eldest. 29 weeks today! No bump picture as I’ve been in PJs all day so I’ll do it tomorrow!

     
  5. Suggerhoney

    Suggerhoney 41 and Pregnant :)

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    Hahahahaha @LoneWanderer that was literally me last week when it was 27c. I had that stinking cold too and just felt like I was melting it was so hot.
    Thats the only thing about being due in September. U have to be at ure biggest all summer. It got up to 35c when I was pregnant last time and he was a September baby. I thought I was gonna die.

    Today I've found it a bit more bearable. It's not been too hot today.
    I'm not a huge fan of the heat.
    I don't mind it being around 22 23c but any more than that I hate it.

    I have a fan on all night because I get so hot at night and find it so hard to sleep.


    @MadamRose
    I can definitely see the likeness.
     
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  6. MadamRose

    MadamRose Mummy to 2 and cautiously pregnant with #3

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    So 29 week bump picture a day last - I’m back to work (dreading it tbh, first two weeks out if class in the office but not sure what we are doing after)

    Hospital etc have decided that I don’t need a growth scan yet but that I may do in the end will depend on how measurements go at next few appointments as to if I end up needing any.

     
  7. atx614

    atx614 DD and DS

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    Love all the bump pics!! And the 4d pics are so awesome. It’s amazing how you can see the features.

    gah I am so hot too. I just buckled and ordered a maternity swim suit. I had just been wearing a tshirt over a shorts bra and normal swim bottoms but the bottoms are uncomfortable now and the T-shirt makes me feel like a whale LOL. So hopefully it fits and can get me through this hot summer.

    September is when my daughter was born too and it is a hard north month I feel like. You go through the heat of summer. And then when baby is born it is the start of sick season so you have to be extra careful and it’s more stressful I feel like! My son was may and it was the end of sick season and I was much more relaxed with him as an infant.
     
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  8. Suggerhoney

    Suggerhoney 41 and Pregnant :)

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    @MadamRose ure bump has gotten bigger hon. Can't believe ure coming up to 30 weeks that's like the home stretch.

    @atx614
    It's been hot here too. The last few days have not been too bad but its set to be 26c over the weekend.
    I quite like a September due date.
    My eldest were June and August and both years were so so hot so when they were born they didn't get to wear all the cute onesies they just lived in vests.
    My eldest nearly 18 year old dd was 19th Aug and she just lived in a nappy because it was so hot untill September then she got to wear all the cute stuff but she had grown lots by then.
    I loved Tommy being born in September because we got to swaddle him and keep him all cosy.
    The only hard part is being very pregnant through the whole summer.
     
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  9. Suggerhoney

    Suggerhoney 41 and Pregnant :)

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    I've had 2 winter babies too Jan and Feb and hated having too wear a coat and cover up the bump. Maternity clothing is definitely nicer in summer so that's good.
    I've ordered a few more Maternity bits off a site called Shein. Its quite cheep and I just wanted a few more bits just to keep me going with 3 more months still to go.
    Been watching lots of Shein maternity hauls on YouTube and they seem good.
    If I fits nicely I may order one or two more bits. It's hard with the UK even tho it's summer and yes it can get very hot it can also be very changeable and get chilly.
    June is normally a mixed bag month and the July is normally hot. August can be a mixed bag too.
    Some hot days esp early August then usually toward the end esp in the evenings it can get a bit chilly and September is normally a pleasant month but it can go from being warm to cold in a blink of an eye.
     
  10. LoneWanderer

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    On the subject of comparing to previous babies...

    I'm so, so curious to know what colour hair this new lad will have. Me and other half are both brown haired. My dad is ginger, my many siblings are all a mix of blonde and brown.

    My uncle on my dad's side is also ginger - and his two lads (so, my first cousins) both had girls with bright red hair. So, I strongly suspected I'd also have a ginger kid, and I did.

    So now I'm expecting the same again, think I'll get a right shock if they give me a blonde or brown haired baby :rofl:

    But I've just read that the odds are only like 1 in 4 of passing on paternal red genes to a grandchild, even if both parents have the recessive gene. So I am now very curious what we'll get...
     
  11. Zoboe95

    Zoboe95 Well-Known Member

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    I'm intrigued too @LoneWanderer. I have ginger hair, as does my brother, my mum and my dad. OH has dark brown almost black hair, but lg has quite blondish brown hair still. I have a massive family with over 20 cousins, but only one is ginger so who knows!
     
  12. Catmumof4

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    Hi all was wondering if I could peek in and say Hi! I'm due 7th Oct but will be having baby by the end of Sept!

    I have 6 kiddies already, suffer from fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome, I'm ashamed to say I'm overweight so no bump pics from me but I do like seeing everyone progress. Hope your all ok xx
     
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  13. atx614

    atx614 DD and DS

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    Welcome @Catmumof4 ! I am due oct 2nd but will have the baby end of September also.
     
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    Catmumof4 Well-Known Member

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    Thank you! It's odd knowing I'm definitely having her early this time xx
     
  15. LoneWanderer

    LoneWanderer Well-Known Member

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    Officially 28 weeks and third tri today! Just 11 weeks more to go now - eeek!

    Ordered EVERYTHING yesterday - pram, car seat, basket and all that - and bag is packed. Onto the final stretch... it's gone quite fast actually, despite all my whinging :rofl:
     
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  16. atx614

    atx614 DD and DS

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    @LoneWanderer happy 28 weeks!! So exciting to have everything ordered and your bag packed! You are on top of it! What all did you put in your bag? I’ll be packing mine in a few weeks but can’t remember what all to pack.
    Nursing bra
    Chapstick
    Stetchy comfy clothes to go home in
    Baby outfit for going home
    Nursing pillow
    Anything else important I’m missing?
     
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    atx614 DD and DS

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    Yes! That’s how I feel too! My son was two weeks late so I was DONE by the end. This time though I feel like I’ll run out of time at the end since I’ll know the exact date once my doctor makes it. It’s weird that I’ll know the date, but also nice as I won’t have to wonder or labor watch.
     
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  18. MadamRose

    MadamRose Mummy to 2 and cautiously pregnant with #3

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    @LoneWanderer i know with lots of these things they say you have a 1/x chance but I think if your families genes are strong in that area if can always be more likely. Happy 28 weeks and 3rd tri!!! My emergency hospital bag is really but hoping I won’t need it. I literally need to order a newborn sling insert and I’m good to go in terms of everything else.

    @Catmumof4 welcome :)
     
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  19. LoneWanderer

    LoneWanderer Well-Known Member

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    So I've got like 5 baby outfits - last time the boy ended up wearing everything I'd brought, he was quite sicky first few days (section babies don't get the fluid squeezed out of them as well as natural ones) so he was changed a lot. And I was in five days so I got through a ton of clothes too. Hoping nearer the 3 day mark this time.

    Which means I've got tons of nursing tops and bras, leggings, nightie, slippers, washbag. Pads and scar-friendly throwaway pants.

    Formula bottles just in case. Colostrum syringes too. Soft toy for baby. Books, electric fan, list of phone numbers and notes. Think that's it, I'll pack a bag of snacks right before we leave though :rofl:
     
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  20. Catmumof4

    Catmumof4 Well-Known Member

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    I love packing the bag! Feels so real when that is done! This is my first planned section so I'm hoping it will be easier to pack for Lol!

    I'm bottle feeding (please don't judge)
    SOOOO-
    Bottles and milk
    Nappies
    Vests and Sleepsuits
    Going home outfit and jacket
    Bibs/muslins
    Dummy
    Wipes
    My mum always crochet a new blanket for baby
    My bras-knickers and socks
    Slippers
    Support cusion this time around
    Nightys
    Going home clothes
    Wash bag
    Makeup bag (post baby selfies I always look like poo but want to try feel bit better about myself after this one)
    My pillow (can't go anywhere without it!)
    Charger
    Snacks
    Change
    Puzzle book

    (I have a thing all underwear etc for after has to be new lol i never buy myself anything except when I have a baby Lol!!)
     
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