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Due in September 2014 Chat Thread #5
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Posted 18 May 2014 - 05:49 PM
I have spent the last two days being watched like a hawk by DH and being told to rest if I am up and about for too long. The bleeding has almost stopped, just a light spotting now.
All this time resting though has led to lots of computer time and researching and I have found my love of cloth nappies again and being my last two were boys this little miss is going to need some pretty girly ones
DH and I are going to the baby expo next month and will buy a bulk pack of every day nappies but I am currently thinking of a few customs to get her including a just hatched for her newborn photo's.
DH and I are getting sick of being asked by the same family members if we have a name for baby so we have spent the weekend coming up with unusual names like Vanellope to tell them the next time they ask, lol.
Hope everyone else is well and have had a lovely weekend.
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