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Posted 19 November 2012 - 07:39 AM
Hello! I'm popping in to say hi and introduce myself as a newbie. I'm in country SA and am pregnant with #2. The nausea and fatigue of first trimester are laying me low which is hard when I'm running after another but I'm getting there! I don't remember that from the first time (well the nausea I do!) so am just taking things easy. I have no appetite, have stopped enjoying tea and coffee and am finding carbs the only thing I can face which is a struggle as a keen Paleo eater. Lemongrass and ginger tea is awesome though.
Posted 19 November 2012 - 08:21 AM
Yes there is always room for more on our couch .
Welcome to Essential Baby and congratulations on your pregnancy.
If you need general information to get to know the site feel free to check out the Site Information for more details on things such as:
* Abbreviations (I would print a copy out)
* Teach you how to make a signature
* Tell you about newsletters you can subscribe to (including
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* Has an events calendar you can check out
* Directs you to areas of specific interest to you via a few
questions including the Due In Groups where you can chat with ladies who are due at the same time as you are. Just pick the group that covers your month and post and introduce yourself it is a great way to share.
We also have a Parents Group section where you can chat to other members whose child was born the same month/year as yours. They can be found here
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