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  1. Wow it's been awhile since I've logged on. Thought I'd drop in and share a couple of pics of my identical boys! Nathan and Ryan were born October 7, 2010 at 1125 and 1136. I was 37 weeks 6 days. Healthy weights at 6lbs 12oz and 6lbs 1oz. The end of the pregnancy nearly killed me because I was so huge and gained a ridiculous amount of weight. All is well with our little family and the guys are thriving little pigs. 3 months now and almost 15lbs a piece! Hope everyone had a great holiday season and congrats to all the new mommies and expecting mommies!
  2. Welcome and Congrats on your engagement! We got married at RPTB in April 2009. Stayed 2 weeks and loved every minute of it! You can check out my review -- link in my siggy! Good luck and happy planning!
  3. Andrea -- will def post nursery pics when we've got everything set up! I can't wait to move and get things unpacked and get the kids' room set up. The chaos of the move is driving me crazy. Went to a wedding last night, so I actually had to get dressed up in something other than yoga pants and one of DH's giant tshirts. Here's me at 27w1d! Please excuse the dog food bowls and the bathroom as my backdrop!
  4. Woah! I've been MIA for awhile I guess! Quickie update: Almost 27 weeks now. The boys are doing just fine. Getting monthly growth scans to make sure both are growing at the same rate. So far, so good. Baby A = 2lbs 3oz and Baby B = 2lbs 4oz. I can't believe I've got almost 5lbs of baby in there and I'm nowhere near delivery! My OB says if we all make it to 38 weeks then we'll start talking induction. I'll likely be begging for it by then. I'm feeling pretty good all things considered, just HUGE. As of last week I was measuring 10 weeks ahead (typical for twins) so 36-37 weeks. I'
  5. When I was planning my wedding I ordered a few things from WeddingFavours.ca and I have nothing but good to say about them -- the bonus is I live in Ingerhole, so pick up was super easy! Other friends of mine have since ordered from them and also have nothing but good to say. They just moved into a bigger store this spring, too. Good to see those girls are doing well for themselves!
  6. Great planning thread, Cassie! Beautiful location! Have a wonderful day!
  7. We planned our wedding in 8 months. It was small and simple.
  8. Welcome and congrats on your engagement! Tons of stuff to read up on in the Jamaica forums! Happy planning!
  9. Oh I love your pictures! Brings back good memories! Your dress is beautiful!
  10. I'm a day late, but congrats on your day! Hope it was everything you dreamed!
  11. Yay! Kick-ass review! I miss RPTB everyday. We loved it there as well. At the time I thought maybe we should have tried another resort for our second week, but after reading your story I'm glad we didn't! Sorry to hear about your honeymoon troubles! Can't wait to see pics!
  12. Where are these reviews, ladies!? I'm dying to see/read them!
  13. Ignore people and their useless advice. Both my parents worked when they had my sister and I and we turned out just fine (although that may be up for debate at times We are both well adjusted, contributing members of society and I don't have any ill will toward my parents because they chose to work and make a happy life for the family. Bottom line is to do what YOU feel is best for not only baby and family, but for yourself too! I'll return to work after we have the twins, but only very part-time. Being Canadian we get a substantial paid maternity leave (1 year at 55%, but my employ
  14. I got married at Riu Palace Tropical Bay April 2009. We stayed for 2 weeks and we loved it. I'm pretty sure any Riu or Beaches/Sandals in Jamaica you pick you won't be disappointed. Good luck with your choice! The link to my review of RPTB is in my siggy!
  15. Quote: Originally Posted by ~Andrea~ There is just something so amazing about seeing twins in an u/s! Do they have their own sac and placenta? Sort of! They're monozygotic/diamniotic twins. They have 2 amniotic sacs, but they share a placenta. They're the most common identical twins. Mono/mono twins (share a placenta and amniotic sac) have a really high (60%) mortality rate b/c their cords get wrapped around each other's necks. Crazy how much there is to learn about twins once you're pg with them! We still have potentially big risks with our type of identical twins, but so far everyth
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