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#1061 Kelly C

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    Posted 23 January 2009 - 11:29 AM

    Congrats Jen! I had to see a specialist, but Im 37. I did the prelim test all came back neg so I have be released from their care.

    Bisha, yes and the hair on my legs is growing like crazy.

    Shea, In the state of Mo they dont really give you a choice on Vaccines. THey have to have them to go to school. I really did want my daughter to get the chicken pox vaccine. Cuz face it we all have had it and are fine. But they made me give it to her.

    I had my check up wednesday. All is good and I get to go back on the 5th to find out the sex of the baby. Very excited. Little early present for hubby. his b day is the 6th.
    Kerrington Danielle was born 6/23/09 12:31 pm 7lbs 14oz.

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    #1062 Bisha

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      Posted 23 January 2009 - 11:56 AM

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      Hey everyone!! I never thought I would be joining this thread so soon before my wedding and also because I didnt think I was able to get pregnant but I am now pregnant!! I went to the Dr on Tuesday and since I had irregular periods they did an ultrasound to date my pregnancy. I am 8 weeks, they said the baby looks good and the heartbeat was 176bpm and my due date is Aug 30. They also suggested I see a specialist to do some tests since I am 30yrs old. Does this sound normal to you guys?? Thanks and I hope everyone is doing well!!

      Congrats!!!! How are you feeling?

      #1063 Birdie07

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        Posted 23 January 2009 - 01:54 PM

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        Shea, In the state of Mo they dont really give you a choice on Vaccines. THey have to have them to go to school. I really did want my daughter to get the chicken pox vaccine. Cuz face it we all have had it and are fine. But they made me give it to her.
        I just wanted to add one thing b/c I would like the right informotion out there. No state can force you to vax your child. And each state has exemptions for public schools. I use to live in St. Louis and knew a whole group of mothers who did not vax and had their children in public schools. If any of you would like a ton of information on vaccines please pm and I'd love to share it with you. But again each state has a simple form you fill out and give to your school. Usually they don't cause any trouble. They just put it in the file.
        Heres a link for each state and what exemptions are allowed.
        State Exemptions Information
        Pm me if you have any questions.

        #1064 Angel

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          Posted 24 January 2009 - 03:36 PM

          Congrats Jenn!! My sons bday is Aug 30th.

          #1065 Jenn3878

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            Posted 24 January 2009 - 04:18 PM

            Thanks all :) feeling great actually only a little tired. How is everyone feeling??

            #1066 Mrs. Martin

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              Posted 26 January 2009 - 01:40 PM

              Congrats on your pregnancy Jenn! I felt really tired too in the beginning, so good luck with that!!

              I have a question for you all- The last 2-3 weeks I finally started to get morning sickness (i think that's what i have). It's all day especially in the evening/night time. I'm nauseous all day and gag a lot; sometimes I throw up a bit (but never my entire meal). Since I feel worse at night, it's been hard for me to eat late so I go to bed sometimes with my stomach growling. But, if I eat I know I'm just going to be sick. But, I feel like a really bad mom because my stomach is growling and I'm not eating anything. I have just felt so gross lately that most things I try to eat, just make me feel worse. So, I'm just curious, am I hurting my baby by going hungry at night? I try eating crackers, but I'm so over them and they don't help me all the time.

              I have my 12 week appt tomorrow, so I'll confirm with the doc then. I've just been stressed out about this all weekend because my nausea doesn't seem to be getting any better.

              #1067 Kelly C

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                Posted 26 January 2009 - 02:45 PM

                You know, things have changed for me too. I cant eat meat. Like steak, a hamburger, chicken. Pieces of meat. I even tired to eat a filet a my moms last week. To make her happy. I got home and threw it up. So the doc said dont eat it. Eat other protiens. Is it something like that? Do you think maybe its you vitamines? I take mine at night before bed. Cuz with my daughter they made me sick all day. But I do have a girlfriend that is having twins that gets night sick. I think everyone is different. Let us know what the DR. says.
                Kerrington Danielle was born 6/23/09 12:31 pm 7lbs 14oz.

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                #1068 TATrisha

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                Posted 26 January 2009 - 02:50 PM

                Oh I get sick all the time, so I feel ya. I have learned that no matter how sick I feel, I HAVE to eat. And actually I've also learned to eat very regularly, before I'm hungry. If I eat once my tummy tells me I'm hungry, I'll puke. it's a vicious cycle actually!

                I call myself a hobbit... if you google the wikipedia definition and read how many times a day they eat, you'll understand!

                So try to eat every two hours, small healthy meals, and see if that helps. It was really hard for me to do this since I'm used to eating 2-3 times a day and ONLY when I'm hungry, but honestly it has helped so much.

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                #1069 Mrs. Martin

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                  Posted 26 January 2009 - 03:26 PM

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                  Oh I get sick all the time, so I feel ya. I have learned that no matter how sick I feel, I HAVE to eat. And actually I've also learned to eat very regularly, before I'm hungry. If I eat once my tummy tells me I'm hungry, I'll puke. it's a vicious cycle actually!

                  I call myself a hobbit... if you google the wikipedia definition and read how many times a day they eat, you'll understand!

                  So try to eat every two hours, small healthy meals, and see if that helps. It was really hard for me to do this since I'm used to eating 2-3 times a day and ONLY when I'm hungry, but honestly it has helped so much.
                  So, here's the funny thing- I already do eat every 2-3 hours with small portions (and what I eat is healthy). I know most people don't do that on a regular basis, but I've been eating this way for over 6 years now so I thought my eating habits for sure would prevent morning sickness! But nooooo! I know that's why I am so hungry at night because lately my last food consumption has been around 5 or 6, so I'm really hungry before I go to bed. I'm going to try at least having some toast tonight before I go to bed and see if that makes me feel less hungry. I just feel like I'm hurting the baby

                  #1070 Kelly C

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                    Posted 26 January 2009 - 03:31 PM

                    When I had morning sickness I read some where to eat peeled apples. It worked for me. But dont eat the skin that will make u sick. Too rough on the tummy.
                    Kerrington Danielle was born 6/23/09 12:31 pm 7lbs 14oz.

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