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November 2014- thread 4- 12 week scans and blooming in the second trimester!

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barmybunting Sun 27-Apr-14 12:04:55

Hi everyone, we have run out of posts on our last thread so hopefully we'll all find this one easily enough.

Here is to more positive 12 week scans and enjoying our second trimesters, all feeling more human hopefully!

MrsWombat Mon 02-Jun-14 16:54:15

See you on the other side! grin

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eastmidswarwicknightnanny Sat 31-May-14 18:48:19

Hi all I am 14wks with number 2 due 27 Nov suffering with severe nausea day n night but then I did last time it has to pass at some point

Tigsy Wed 14-May-14 12:28:31

Venus that can't have been easy but if think you did the right thing!

Feeling proud of myself- so far today I've eaten a yogurt and some fruit. This is the healthiest I've been in months! Hoping it can continue and I can fight off the temptation to open some chocolate for a few more hours at least!!

Venus2 Wed 14-May-14 08:31:38

Welcome Sapphire!
Following on from our discussion the other day, I emailed my mum this morning telling her that she can come and stay with us from 2 weeks after I get home from hospital. I know she will be sad to miss the birth (hence emailing her means I don't have to hear her cry) but I just want that bonding time with the baby and DH first.

BrandSnob Wed 14-May-14 07:29:34

Welcome Sapphire! Another due date buddy grin.
See you on the new thread

RandomInternetStranger Wed 14-May-14 01:48:38

Look on Gumtree & eBay & at car boots. I've got a few bargains - in particular I've picked up a few seraphine item for on average £1 each! Be warned seraphine come up huge! I was an 8, am a 12 in non maternity clothes now, but a size one is more than big enough, too big actually!

SapphireFrenzy Tue 13-May-14 23:46:12

Hey all. First post on here. Due date is 13/11 smile

alita7 Tue 13-May-14 23:41:47

Amy I got a lovely stretchy dress that would fit not pregnant to full term I reckon, from my local market last year, it's black with white designs on it, I would wear it to a wedding as it's floor length and really flattering. I think I paid about £10. So Yeh I recommend markets, you can haggle too!

weeonion Tue 13-May-14 23:24:37

amyrose - i have popped into the may thread just to see birth stories....
I'm not joining the facebook group so don't have to juggle and remember that too.. i keep MN and FB seperate!

Here's a new thread for us folks - we only have space for a few more messages on this one..
www.mumsnet.com/Talk/antenatal_clubs/2079384-November-1014-thread-5-the-rainbow-collective-romping-and-limping-into-2nd-trimester

amy83firsttimer Tue 13-May-14 23:19:30

I like to eat waitrose food at Aldi prices! So I cook from scratch. Currently wondering what's the least I can get away with spending on a dress for a wedding on 5th July. No idea how big bump'll be so it'll have to be last minute panic and I hate shopping especially in real life with changing rooms and everything. Anyway, we digress..

Venus2 Tue 13-May-14 23:17:18

Hi BrandSnob
Posy, I'm glad that you are getting some colour back. Must be all the positive vibes being sent from your MN buddies. Hope you can go home soon.
Weeonion, how do you have time to read the May thread? This thread moves at lightning speed and the FB group is building momentum too.

weeonion Tue 13-May-14 23:00:38

brandsnob grin Indeed - babies do not care what label they are dressed in - its all posseted and pooed on anyone with some wee thrown in for good measure.. smile

BrandSnob Tue 13-May-14 22:52:16

Weeonion, even if I could afford it I wouldn't do it out of principle as they'll probably vomit or poo all over it and grow out of it in the blink of an eye

weeonion Tue 13-May-14 22:43:54

brandsnob grin = so you're not like my SIL who refuses to dress her kids in anything that is not donna karan, ralph lauren or baby luis vutton?? she spent �400 getting a custom made ski suit for her 2 month old for their recent ski-ing trip.......

BrandSnob Tue 13-May-14 22:38:51

LOL amy83

I'm nowhere near that bad! There are certain brands I would not wear or put DC in, but I probably wouldn't do designer as I'm not living the Real Housewives life yet. I have John Lewis taste, but I like to pay Co-Op prices.

weeonion Tue 13-May-14 22:29:32

northern - i am over on the east coast seeing my folks ( and possibly telling them about this pg - test results pending)
I will also be back over in july to leave dd with her irish family for her hols and back early aug to collect her - you never know - we could possibly arrange a meet up mid country?? grin

posy - hopefully there is no popping for you tonight!!

I have been reading the May 2014 antenatal thread and the growing number of births arriving... smile

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