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May 2015 - thread 4 - the one where it all gets real!

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Titsalinabumsquash Sun 09-Nov-14 20:51:22

Here we are. If someone could link to the stats that would be fab. smile

Titsalinabumsquash Sun 09-Nov-14 20:54:51

Stats smile

2preteendramaqueens Sun 09-Nov-14 21:09:45

Marking my place grin

Fluffeh Sun 09-Nov-14 21:12:26

Marking my place too.

Mslad Sun 09-Nov-14 21:14:59

ooh marking my place! Thanks tits

winnie1981 Sun 09-Nov-14 21:16:55

Evening gringringringringringrin

FeelingBlessed77 Sun 09-Nov-14 21:23:06

Good evening all.

LinaDee Sun 09-Nov-14 21:25:44

Good evening ladies! Marking my place

plinkyplonks Sun 09-Nov-14 21:54:54

Thanks tits for the new thread smile Old threads for reference:

Thread 1:

Thread 2:

Thread 3:

Royalsteph Sun 09-Nov-14 22:18:55

marking my place grin

speedbird17 Sun 09-Nov-14 22:19:31

Shockingly awful day here, will post tomorrow. Hope everybody well xx

GinIsCalling Mon 10-Nov-14 04:10:29

Evening all! I'm 14 weeks today - officially second trimester. I celebrated by throwing up all my dinner. Hoping that's the last time. Isn't this meant to be the magical moment the sickness clears? Never had any the first time round, but seem to have had a double dose this time.
Hope everyone is well.

Snooky17 Mon 10-Nov-14 05:08:16

Morning, oh the joy of 5 in the morning can't sleep ness. Marking my place and hope your ok Speedbird.

KittyVonCatsington Mon 10-Nov-14 06:30:58

Oh Gin Sorry you are still suffering morning sickness-hopefully it will ease soon!

Thinking of you speedbird

And another week starts...

Titsalinabumsquash Mon 10-Nov-14 06:34:26

Good morning. smile

I hope everything is ok speedbird.

We had a whopper of a storm last night, poor DP has a stomach bug of some kind sad so I'm not sure he'll be making it into work today.

I started knitting more little newborn hats last night, they told me at the hospital that one of the most important things to do should I unexpectedly give birth at hone is to get baby dry and warm on my chest (skin to skin) and pop a hat on to help stags like body temp and heartbeat/breathing.
They only take half hour to make and it's a good excuse to use up all my hundreds of balls of wool, I'm going to day any extras to the neonate unit at the hospital. smile

KittyVonCatsington Mon 10-Nov-14 06:39:15

tori - in answer to your question at the end of the last thread, you can join up to antenatal yoga now at 12 weeks if it is a relatively small group otherwise if a large group (10 or more) wait to 16 weeks as you won't get as much one to one help in large groups.
Although I've been doing regular Pilates weekly since finding out i was pregnant, I was dong regular Pilates before anyway so nothing is new. I think you will find it invigorating but not necessarily very relaxing as the exercises you will be doing will be helping you prepare to be strong for the labour smile

Fluffeh Mon 10-Nov-14 06:57:55

Has anyone done or is considering doing hypnobirthing? I really want to give it a go as I think it will help if I can get the vbac I want.
Ideally I want to labour as much as possible at home and thought hypnobirthing might help keep me calm.

piglet81 Mon 10-Nov-14 07:27:14

Morning all. Fourth thread already, wow!

Fluffeh, I'm looking into it - found a teacher near me who offers a free taster session so going to do that in Jan. Will get a book first to find out more.

Speedboats, I hope you're OK.

Hope everyone has a good start to the week. I've woken up tired and headachy and really don't fancy going to work! Flu jab first though.

CostaLotta Mon 10-Nov-14 07:44:31

Signing in, thanks Tits xx

jazzyjenbo Mon 10-Nov-14 07:50:03

Marking place, thanks for the new thread x

ToriB34 Mon 10-Nov-14 07:52:02

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

speedbird17 Mon 10-Nov-14 08:04:27

Fell down the stairs yesterday morning, really damaged my wrist, but thankfully it's not broken. Jarred my back so badly that this morning I can't move my whole left side. Just very paranoid about baby after my mmc at 11w last November. They did no checks on baby but reassured that they are well protected at this stage... Going to ring midwife today and have thankfully got a scan on Thursday so will have to wait to get my mind at ease, just so frustrating.

mumxof3x Mon 10-Nov-14 08:40:39

Marking my place smile thanks for new thread.

Speedbird sounds scary, I hope you are ok. X

Still have a sicky ds here bless him x

TheWildOnes Mon 10-Nov-14 15:48:42

Marking my place on new thread.

Scan tomorrow at 2, had an early one at 8 weeks but so nervous about tomorrow plus looks like DH wont be able to come with me.

Jenni2legs Mon 10-Nov-14 16:23:04

Hi All,
Had my Scan on Friday, put my EDD one day later 14th May - so c-section on 7th instead of 6th. I think that's good, the longer s/he has to cook the better smile

Hope your scans go well Speedbird and Wildones xx

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