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Bisha - the room's beautiful! I love your crib and the turtles are so adorable :) I don't blame you for not being able to wait.

 

Kelly - I feel so bad for you sad.gif I couldn't handle being hungry either. I become a huge biotch when I'm hungry normally and now that I'm pg it's ridiculous. LOL!

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Kelly- If it makes you feel any better mood swings are an actual side effect of blood sugar swings! I'm hypoglycemic-opposite of a diabetic, I have low blood sugar all the time. I get grouchy a lot, and that with the pregnancy hormones are not a good mixture! My FI has to put up with a lot of that too! So keep your chin up, it's not just you!!

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And Bisha- I love your room!! Very cute, we've had our nursery set up for quite awhile! My FI has to do some thinking on rigging the mobile to our crib, the edge is too wide for it to fit sad.gif We paid too much money for it, and the stupid thing doesn't fit! And of course we opened it and assembled it so we can't even return it! It's looking very cute so far!

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Bisha- Very cute room!! I love the turtles and the crib! OMG- you have less than a month to go!!!

 

Kelly- Sorry to hear this whole GD isn't going smoothly! You made me laugh when you wrote about apologizing to your friends; I'm sure I'll be doing the same later on in the pregnancy because they do so put up with a lot!

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So I had my (almost 37 week) appt this morning and boy am I glad hubby went to this one! Baby G is still breech and we have a version scheduled for this Sun morning (hopefully, still waiting to hear back from the doc). If it's not sucessfull or if he turns back, we'll have a c-section scheduled for May 22 which will make hubby's birthday wish come true. He'll be 30 on the 24th and when I asked him what he wanted for his birthday his response was that he wants to be holding his son in his arms! :) I'm a little upset about this turn of events (or lack of turning! LOL) but I did do some thorough research on the topic and am feeling a little better about it since it is pretty safe. We decided that we still have to prepare for the worse (ie emergency c-section) so there's a lot of work to do for us before the end of the week.

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Thanks ladies. Im having a better day today. They did tell me my melt downs were a side effect.

 

Bisha the room is so cute...You are braver than I with the version. I told doc no way. I will just have a "C". My little peanut hasnt flip yet.

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Hey ladies, hope everyone is doing well. I've been hanging in there, just a lot of back problems. A month and a half of work left and then I'll be able to rest a little before she comes. If she doesn't decide to come early. Then I'll be starting my new adventure in being a SAHM. I don't know how I'm going to adapt to that. I think I'm going to be bored when my older ones start school. I guess I'll manage.

 

Bisha, I love the baby's room. It is too cute. Your crib looks like one of the cribs we were thinking about getting.

 

Well I hope everyone is doing well. Everybody enjoy the rest of the week!!!!

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So I had my (almost 37 week) appt this morning and boy am I glad hubby went to this one! Baby G is still breech and we have a version scheduled for this Sun morning (hopefully, still waiting to hear back from the doc). If it's not sucessfull or if he turns back, we'll have a c-section scheduled for May 22 which will make hubby's birthday wish come true. He'll be 30 on the 24th and when I asked him what he wanted for his birthday his response was that he wants to be holding his son in his arms! :) I'm a little upset about this turn of events (or lack of turning! LOL) but I did do some thorough research on the topic and am feeling a little better about it since it is pretty safe. We decided that we still have to prepare for the worse (ie emergency c-section) so there's a lot of work to do for us before the end of the week.
Good luck hun I'll be praying for you :)

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Has everyone received their BRU coupon book in the mail? Just checking in case anyone needs to do some shopping. There's some good coupons in there. There are good from May 8-28th.

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