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Oh yah Martha! That's so exciting! I drank a strawberry Fanta and a bottle of water of the way and he was definitely ready to show his stuff to us. Well after he played with it for awhile!

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Congrats on your little boy, Lisa!!!

 

Congrats on your little girl, Sarah!!!

 

It started to feel so much more real for me after finding out the gender. I can't wait to get back from the wedding to start getting her room ready.

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cheez diva .You need to be taking it easy.I dont want to frighten you but going to bed is just the right thing to do.I hope you are feeling better but dont let your self get into the habit of telling yourself everything is normal, its early days so let your body guide you Also dont let anyone else, more importantly tell you its all ok.If you have any worries you need to speak to a proffessional.I worked in the maternity department for two years.There are hundreds of healthy babies born every day,but im sure you guys would be shocked at how many people leave the hospital heartbroken dont take any chances.My intention is not to scare you all but to make you guys listen to your bodies.As your pregnancies progress take note of what is right for you and your babies.If the movements decrease dont wait a couple of days to get checked out here in the uk, less than 10 movements in a day then you need to get monitored.However if your baby never kicks 10 times a day but kicks less than they have previously get checked out.I dont know any midwife that would moan about someone calling her for this reason.Im sure all of you will be fine the pros for a c-section are you can eat your lunch sitting, your tail end dosent hurt as its not had the trauma,stitches etc and you get off of the housework when you get home lol i cant wait to see more bump pictures .keep posting x

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cheez diva .You need to be taking it easy.I dont want to frighten you but going to bed is just the right thing to do.I hope you are feeling better but dont let your self get into the habit of telling yourself everything is normal, its early days so let your body guide you Also dont let anyone else, more importantly tell you its all ok.If you have any worries you need to speak to a proffessional.I worked in the maternity department for two years.There are hundreds of healthy babies born every day,but im sure you guys would be shocked at how many people leave the hospital heartbroken dont take any chances.My intention is not to scare you all but to make you guys listen to your bodies.As your pregnancies progress take note of what is right for you and your babies.If the movements decrease dont wait a couple of days to get checked out here in the uk, less than 10 movements in a day then you need to get monitored.However if your baby never kicks 10 times a day but kicks less than they have previously get checked out.I dont know any midwife that would moan about someone calling her for this reason.Im sure all of you will be fine the pros for a c-section are you can eat your lunch sitting, your tail end dosent hurt as its not had the trauma,stitches etc and you get off of the housework when you get home lol i cant wait to see more bump pictures .keep posting x
Did I miss something? Is everything OK?

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I think she was commenting on Angela's scare a while back. Angela is doing really well now.

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So exciting!!

Sarah and I both found out yesterday!!

We are having a BOY!!!
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a hot dog! LOL

How the heck can they tell that's a boy? I've tried squinting and I still dont get what's what. Nonetheless, congrats Lisa (even though I know you secretly wanted hamburger!) cheer2.gif

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I was confused by that post too....

 

 

Speaking of not feeling the baby....I thought I felt it a few weeks ago, but now I am not too sure because I haven't felt anything since and I am almost 20 weeks....it's kinda scary, so I am nervous for my appt. on Monday.

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I was confused by that post too....


Speaking of not feeling the baby....I thought I felt it a few weeks ago, but now I am not too sure because I haven't felt anything since and I am almost 20 weeks....it's kinda scary, so I am nervous for my appt. on Monday.
Martha honestly I don't feel Ainsleigh all that much I wouldn't worry, at this point the little movements might be hard to feel. I am sure everything is going perfect!

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