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#101 MalOwenandbabe

Posted 08 July 2011 - 09:45 PM

Haf my scan today, baby bear is cute as! A very chilllllled baby just relaxing, as opposed to ds who was a hyper bub at,scans lol!!!!!

#102 smilinggirl

Posted 09 July 2011 - 02:52 PM

Geenie - hilarious! I watched a few of her videos. Good on her to keep singing when she likes it so much!

#103 Cimmy

Posted 09 July 2011 - 02:54 PM

Hi ladies

mrs-bg, my what a lovely little baby belly you have there original.gif very cute thanks for sharing. I love looking at pregnant bellies.

Cluckybeez- I'm glad you are feeling alot more positive now. It's so easy to worry.

Malsmummy- glad you have ONE healthy but chilled bubby on board

be-e- aaaah sucks your still having a spew here and there. Was it like this with your first bub? At least the sick feeling is fading. I have a friend due same time as us and she is also throwing up and migraines still. You women are so strong, don't know how you do it. Guess you just have to hey...well I tip my hat off to you!

Geenie- rofl WTF was that ha ha. And the weird facials she kept giving, weird weird girl.
There's other songs by her too, I wonder if I should watch them....no then shell b stuck in my head forever!!


Ok so high of my day today was just listening to bubs on my Doppler, he kept kicking it he he very cute.

Low of my day, dh just told ne that his friend just told him he has lung cancer sad.gif..not good. He's 26...

Off to watch some angry boys and eat my toastie. Enjoy your weekends girls xox

cimmy

Edited by Cimmy, 09 July 2011 - 02:57 PM.


#104 miss mama

Posted 09 July 2011 - 04:42 PM

Just popping in quickly as it's DS1's 14th birthday today. Can believe he's 14, but still...oh my. When I was 14... wink.gif let's just say I'm very happy he's not like me!

YES about the belly fluctuating size thing! Mine was huge due to bloating and it being my third but now it is about the size it was at least two weeks ago at least sad.gif Boobs are bigger though (?!)

Hasn't helped that I have had what seems like a little bout of food poisoning this week which has really freaked me out. Went to the GP yesterday who thinks everything is PROBABLY ok but I am totally hanging out for my Ob appt Monday morning...really need to hear that little heartbeat.

Belly rubs to all!

#105 be-e

Posted 10 July 2011 - 07:58 PM

Hi all,

It's quiet in here today! Im bored, should be doing some bookkeeping for DH's business but EB keeps distracting me so Im posting again.

miss mama - happy birthday to your DH, Im looking forward to having teenagers in my house, however its also a bit of a scary thought, considering I met my now DH when I was 15!

Cimmy - I hardly spewed with my 1st bub, I've heard a few referrences to girls making you sicker and different pregnancy different sex, but am not really sure about that, I still dreamt it was a boy. Sorry to hear of your DH's friend, so young.

cluckybeez - yay for getting to 13 weeks! Nice that you can relax a bit now...although we probably wont hey.

malsmummy - yay on your scan going well too!

High - Went swimming with my DH and DS this morning, Its been a Daddy & Linc thing over the last 2 months as with the MS and first trimester all Ive wanted to do was sleep in on a Sunday monring, it was lovely to go with them today and no lessons meant just the 3 of us having a play, was also great to see how far DS has come in the last 2 months.

Low - Couldnt sleep last night due to stuffy head and very runny nose, DH even kicked me out of bed. thats OK though because 5 minutes later DS woke up and went in with DH.

Ok I really need to get these payment summaries done tonight.

Bec


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Posted 11 July 2011 - 10:02 AM

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