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Calmly and regally gestating our beans in a land of obsessive ILs, placenta horticulture, sweary doctors and naked pancake cravings. It's the JS grads thread 23!

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LaLaLaaaa Tue 03-Mar-15 07:06:13

Welcome, welcome, welcome to the 23rd grads thread... celebrating the success of Just Shagging in getting us viroids upduffed!

For those that don't know, a 'viroid' is from the original JSing thread 1, where someone was trying to type ladies (in reference to all the JSing ladies), but their phone decided to call us all viroids instead!

The name stuck and we've been the JSing viroids ever since.

The thread we have graduated from is here in its 40th outing. WARNING: they're all a bit kerazy not to mention randy!

There is also a Just Mumming thread in postnatal clubs here for once your babies come along, or to keep up with the graduated graduates!

There is also a private facebook group (so it doesn't give the game away in your news feed!)... if you want to join to see photos of new babies etc, just ask in-thread!

The stats sheet is here

So, roll call below please, viroids!

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LaLaLaaaa Tue 03-Mar-15 07:11:23

Name: La
Age: 34
DC: currently cooking DC1 (DS!) who is 21 weeks cooked today!

Make this one a good one!

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laurenamium Tue 03-Mar-15 07:29:56

Thanks for the new Fred la!

batfish Tue 03-Mar-15 07:48:47

Name: batfish
Age: 33
DC: Growing my first - 8 weeks 4 days and due 9th Oct!

minimooo Tue 03-Mar-15 07:49:58

Thanks for the new Fred la!

Name: minimooo
Age: 30
Dc: currently incubating dc1 (32+4 today)

I'll join you in the floor scrubbing lauren, this one's still head up too.

DulcetMoans Tue 03-Mar-15 07:51:25

Do we roll call on here? We have a list!

Name: dulcetmoans
Age: 29
DC: growing number one, 21+5 and size of a bumbag

Right, off to explore my premier inn breakfast offering!

gaggiagirl Tue 03-Mar-15 07:52:34

Name: Gaggia
Age: 32
DC: 3yo DD and currently cooking an 8+5 raspberry due 8th October.

cookielove Tue 03-Mar-15 08:02:05

No roll call for me justice keeping you in my actives.

My Js baby is 6 months and 3 weeks.

cookielove Tue 03-Mar-15 08:03:01

Just keeping not justice lol

LaLaLaaaa Tue 03-Mar-15 08:10:08

It was automatic dulcet! I quite like doing it too smile

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Fleurchamp Tue 03-Mar-15 08:10:59

Name: Fleur
Age: 34
DC: cooking first DC 20 weeks

Thanks for the Fred la

Indigoblue2 Tue 03-Mar-15 08:20:22

Name: indigo
Age: 29
DCs: Currently incubating first at 16+4, an avocado due 14tb August!

DulcetMoans Tue 03-Mar-15 08:30:42

If it makes you happy la!

I don't get the appeal either wil, nor did her mum, but it made her happy. Can't completely remember the reason either. Something to do with replenishing the nutrients lost in labour I think.

At my breakfast, someone else from my conference is here. She's up for the same award as me and she's the one I think will win. Shall I trip her up? (I jest of course, I'll just poison her breakfast)

laurenamium Tue 03-Mar-15 08:40:01

DC: 1 DD age 4, cooking DS 32+3

mountaingirl01 Tue 03-Mar-15 08:40:29

Name: mountain
Age: 27
DC: currently cooking my first fig

Viroids.. Aibu? Told my cousins yesterday. Elder one who has child really lovely said if I ever needed advice come to her. Younger one who also has child (much younger) getting all wise and making comments that obviously show she has had a baby therefore knows it all. It is driving me nuts! Aibu? Is she just trying to be nice?

LaLaLaaaa Tue 03-Mar-15 08:47:28

Bat I'm trying another theory. Accept me!

Dulcet - DO it!

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laurenamium Tue 03-Mar-15 08:54:28

Ah mountain the unwanted advice grin smile and nod, it could be that she thinks she's being helpful and doesn't realise how annoying she is!

batfish Tue 03-Mar-15 09:02:53

Yeaahhhh la it worked! I'm in the gang!

LaLaLaaaa Tue 03-Mar-15 09:04:26


Mountain smile and nod! You'll get loads of that smile

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teejayem Tue 03-Mar-15 09:12:30

New Fred! Fanx La!

Name: tee
Age: 31
DCs: cooking a coconut sized baby boy (26 + 4) due early June...
Family members I'm prepared to push off a cliff: x2

I have a really tight piece of skin between the two piercing sites where my navel ring was. I'm worried it's going to tear sad

Pisghetti Tue 03-Mar-15 09:43:47

Name: Pisghetti
Age: 34
DCs: 1 DS age 13 and cooking DD 38+1

Morning viroids! Having a lady of leisure day. Currently wallowing in a badedas bath. Brow waxing appointment at 12.15 (contemplating having a sneaky cuppa by myself in town but depends on whether a delivery has turned up before I leave) and plans for the rest of the day extend to finishing a cross stitch piece and possibly baking some bara brith. DP is about to don a paper sperm suit ready to spend the day in the loft. I presume he's planning to do something useful up there wink

Tee I'll be honest and say mine tore a little from the top hole up when I was having DS BUT it was a very new piercing and hadn't healed properly. It hasn't gotten any worse this time. If you're using any body moisturisers, concentrate some on that bit. I have a more recent piercing that I need to ask the midwife about too confused

Dulcet the bag is packed! Well nearly... The baby stuff is packed just need some newborn sleep suits and need to wash my dressing gown and nightie to go. There's nothing missing I can't live without. Should anything happen soon I just need to grab a toothbrush and some of the many second hand sleep suits we've had passed on! Spit in her coffee.

Woohoo welcome Bat! Sorry I couldn't get you in confused although it did let me invite you more than once - maybe a problem at my end?

batfish Tue 03-Mar-15 09:56:36

That's OK pis thank you for trying! I won't take it personally grin

batfish Tue 03-Mar-15 09:58:16

Ooh tee I have had a belly button piercing since I was 16 so I'm worried about getting a manky belly button because of the holes when I get fat - but I hadn't thought about it splitting, eeeek! My friend said that she had no stretch marks during her pregnancy other than one between the 2 holes of her piercing haha

teejayem Tue 03-Mar-15 10:33:29

My belly piercing is quite old (12 years maybe?) - I took it out at about 15 weeks because it had started to snag a bit, but since bump has growth spurted it's gone super tight. Fingers crossed.
Pis if your recent piercing is anything like my recent piercing (I had 3 that are less than 2 years old and are in certain...places blush) then I took mine out about two weeks ago. I was pretty bummed. sad but midwife said that two of them would just get aggravated (they were with my heaving boobs) and the other one would have to be taken out for the big event. <sigh>.

RPopz Tue 03-Mar-15 10:41:01

You chatty buggers!

48+3 with DS1 grin

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