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Due March 2015 - on the way to booking in, scans and morning sickness ahoy!

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notoasthere Tue 22-Jul-14 05:42:18

New thread ladies since we are nearly bursting the seams of the first one!

northdownmummy Tue 22-Jul-14 06:21:04

Morning all you chatty ladies.woke up feeling quite refreshed, will it last once I give up being horizontal?

Feeling a little nauseous this morning, but think due to tiredness. Got an hour's sleep, up and down all night, dh has managed to sleep through cat using the litter tray which I can't clean (no gloves yet) so am out of bed and exhausted.

Still pregnant as yet though, so very happy to be exhausted and slightly sick. And on the plus side managed to write some more of my memoir while up very early this morning. Woo!

Ooooh, just thought, might have a cup of tea (usually coffee so not really anything now as I like it strong and black). We have decaff! grin

Hope it's sunny for you ladies this morning!

PickledPorcupine Tue 22-Jul-14 06:35:00

Good morning. Also feeling quite refreshed here.

Rainbow555 Tue 22-Jul-14 06:48:26

Morning to everyone, evening here and feeling very sick as I try and cook dinner! Nausea not really stopped all day and I have been sooooo hungry!
6 weeks today, blood tests came back it is confirmed I am pregnant! (But early so the doc says!) and all else was good except low iron so back on the supps I go!
Also feeling wrecked again, didn't sleep well and just can't concentrate on much!
Thanks for the new thread nottoast
Glad ppl are feeling well today smile

Misty414 Tue 22-Jul-14 06:58:18

Someone please tell me that waking up so early stops eventually. I'm not a morning person and I miss my sleep. 4 weeks today so don't have many other symptoms yet.

Stats for my if someone is compiling - 29 and dc1 due 31st.

Slavetominidictator Tue 22-Jul-14 06:59:34

Can I join you? Got a BFP a couple of days ago but a v strong one this morning. This will be a second dc for me and EDD is 30th March, so just make it into the March club. Feeling queasy already, as did last time even before missed period. Heat doesn't help....

Dinnerfor1 Tue 22-Jul-14 07:09:44

Morning all!

Misty I think it stopped at some point in the second trimester, but now I have a toddler I'm up at 5am everyday!

I'm so tired I'm already falling asleep on the sofa. Going to go for a lovely day out and hope the fresh air keeps me awake!

ZebraZeebra Tue 22-Jul-14 07:18:06

I can't remember who said it on the last thread - but I also had heartburn horribly in place of MS last time. It would hit at 6pm exactly and I wanted to DIE. This time I have all day nausea and I feel awful. Every three hours exactly I get really dizzy and hot and have to lie down. Poor DS is getting the worst of me at the moment sad

If anyone does get horrible heartburn I have the most amazing cure for it. Don't have Gaviscon or Rennies or anything else "cooling"!

I'm not dealing with it very well! Also have a toddler up early for the day. 6+4 today and just feeling so bad. Sorry everyone, moan moan. I'm not even writing a coherent post. I just lay my head down on the table and gorgeous little DS came up with his soft little hands and lay them on my shoulders, like "there, there mummy".

headlesschicken247 Tue 22-Jul-14 07:18:57

Gosh I go to bed and there's a new thread!!
Feeling fairly shattered atm and wishing I could spend the day in bed :-(. Far too nice to be going into work.

MotherOfInsomniacToddlers Tue 22-Jul-14 07:31:07

Misty the waking up early seems to be preparing you for motherhood in my experience! Not had a lie in in nearly 4 years, thought I may as well have dc3 before I get used to sleep again!! Been up since 2.30 with hey fever and pregnancy insomnia which I've had every time, i seem to get it instead of sickness! Thinking I'll try and be productive with it this time!
Can I ask when everyone made their booking appointment? I'm can't remember what I did before I know they do it at 8 weeks but can't remember when I booked it? Only got my bfp yesterday! smile

Purplecircle Tue 22-Jul-14 07:39:41

Morning, can I join please. Found out on Sunday. PFB due 28/3 according to due date calculator.
Haven't been to docs yet.
I've got lots of nausea but not actually sick, sore boobs, caffeine withdrawal headache and the weird smell thing!

Brummiegirl15 Tue 22-Jul-14 07:41:15

Morning all! Thanks for the new thread! Thread number 2... How exciting!!

notoasthere Tue 22-Jul-14 07:48:11

Ooh more new faces! waves

I booked my booking in appointment for next week at 5 weeks - just to guarantee I could get an appointment!

Oh stats wise I'm 23 and my estimated due date is 19th march so I'm 5 +5. smile

Welcome to all newbies!

misty I feel for you! I'm usually an early waker but this is very early isn't it! As motherof says, must be getting our prep in for motherhood!

MotherOfInsomniacToddlers Tue 22-Jul-14 08:00:53

Yep look at the positives, by the time dd arrived I didn't notice any sleep deprivation as I was so used to it. Silver lining?!

Ohhh I didn't do any stats, I'm 28 and this is dc3. I have dd (just turned 3) and ds (nearly 2) yes I must be mad!!

Misty414 Tue 22-Jul-14 08:00:55

Oh god, kids get up at 5am? That seems unneccesarily early!

Was just about to walk out the door this morning when I threw up. I really hope this isn't the start of ms. I'm not even past af due until thursday.

Hi to the other newbies smile.

MotherOfInsomniacToddlers Tue 22-Jul-14 08:01:22

Oh and edd 31/03/15 :-)

MotherOfInsomniacToddlers Tue 22-Jul-14 08:03:43

Misty, very unnessarily early...... There's no explaining that to my kids though sadly!! I have friends that have kids that sleep...... Mine take after their mother and avoid sleep at all costs

Bellabutterfly2014 Tue 22-Jul-14 08:17:17

Morning ladies, I am excited, coil out 2 weeks ago and have just been sick!!! Could this be so early or have I got that bug everyone has round me? Too early to do a test so I guess I'll have to be patient!!!

I too love my sleep, we are ttc and one big fear is, I sleep so well, would I hear my baby cry????? X

ZebraZeebra Tue 22-Jul-14 08:19:30

Stupidly unnecessarily early. If they're not not-sleeping through the night, they're thinking 4.30am is morning. Losers. The lot of them. There's a thread going on at the moment about when did your baby sleep 8 hours. First night we had DS, he slept nine hours. He used to sleep in until 10am. I ACTUALLY WORRIED ABOUT THIS. Then we hit the four month sleep regression and never really recovered wink

MotherOfInsomniacToddlers Tue 22-Jul-14 08:25:02

They are meant to wake up, esp bf babies it's good for them when they are little so I've never stressed about it and gone with the flow.

MotherOfInsomniacToddlers Tue 22-Jul-14 08:26:40

If you want a laugh to ttc this time if we didn't dtd in the evening then we had to set an alarm for 4am so we could dtd before the toddlers woke up! ;-P commitment lol!!

ZebraZeebra Tue 22-Jul-14 08:32:00

Bella you will definitely hear your baby cry! Especially since guidelines suggest you have them in the room with you for the first six months. There's no escaping the little beasts grin Ignores continued co-sleeping

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