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AC Grads - Due Oct, Nov, Dec 2013


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#1 Forum Moderator

Posted 05 February 2013 - 10:49 PM

Congrats ladies and welcome to your new group original.gif I hope you have smooth and safe pregnancies.

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#2 ~Mintie~

Posted 26 March 2013 - 06:50 PM

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#3 gc_melody

Posted 29 March 2013 - 08:40 AM

Hi there,

I've been lurking and watching these threads, waiting to see if there is anyone who was going to post. I guess someone has to be first. This is my first forum post too original.gif

I'm 8wks preg. with my second IVF pregnancy and due early Nov. We've had some ups and downs TTC but I feel a bit more relaxed this time around. I'm still waiting on the magical 12wk point when I truely relax into this pregnancy (like any other woman I imagine). It'd be lovely to touch base with others from time to time who are due around the same time.

All the best.

#4 hoping4bubs

Posted 29 March 2013 - 04:20 PM

Hi there, I'll stick my toe in original.gif

I'm currently 7 weeks 6 days with my little miracle. We conceived with an egg donor and out first cycle of IVF after a very very long period of trying.

Had a scan last Tuesday and so far so good.

Can't wait to reach the 12 week mark either and I can't wait for a bump original.gif

#5 gc_melody

Posted 31 March 2013 - 09:22 PM

Hi Hoping4bubs,

Congratulations on your pregnancy !

TTC & AC can be such a long road but when it works, it feels such a blessing doesn't it? The first scan is amazing. After all the effort and worry of getting to that point, seeing your babys heart beat is so reassuring and wonderful.

I'm 9 weeks tomorrow and other than ridiculous levels of tiredness, I feel pretty good. How are you doing? Looks like we are due around the same time. My first child was premmie so hoping to make it to at least 37wks this time. This will be my last pregnancy so I'm going to enjoy every aspect of it (inc. the nausea and tiredness).  :-)

Hope you've had a happy Easter.

#6 Forum Moderator

Posted 01 April 2013 - 06:29 PM

Hi ladies, congratulations and welcome! This place has been pretty quiet, so it's great to see some people posting in here. I will let you know, there are current AC Grad groups in the October and November DIG areas. After some discussion, the members felt they were happy to remain in the DIG area to attract more traffic, and will get moved into here once the babies have arrived. You're all more than welcome to continue to post here, or over there, or both!


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