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#126 Loulla

Posted 23 March 2012 - 06:25 PM

Little lion, yeh the poke was sort of like a little tummy jump! First time... every day is a new experience  happy.gif  How's the vomiting going? You are so almost 8 weeks! When are you thinking of booking in for your morph scan?


Mojo, a pram report is mandatory!


Liltus, good to hear from you. Restless leg sounds uncomfy. Some evenings I heat up a big mug of milk in the micro and then add plain cocoa powder and Nestle malt powder and its delicious. I try to remember to take my magnesium and calcium tabs with it. But it's cold here in Canberra right now, where are you again?  Naaaaw baby lullabies  hheart.gif And morph scan in 5 days wow, we are all progressing so well. What a lucky group we are  biggrin.gif  Gender reveal or nay?


lol Fairey, yes there are so many bad names out there for so many reasons  laugh.gif We actually have had a boys name since our first pregnancy and then with this baby we went over a few but still loved our original one a lot. It's pretty lucky really because you have to both be so certain about the name and we happen to both be! Before we found out gender, we couldnt agree on a girls name and luckily we dont have to now   original.gif  oooh pram warehouse - will have a look. Hey I've been getting lots of midnight leg cramps too and TBH stretching my calf out the the opposite direction really does stop it and I NEVER knew this before this pregnancy!  For many years if I dont take magnesium tabs (and a little more than the recommended daily dose) I get them. I recommend the blackmores mag tabs. Im taking cenovis ATM but theyre not as strong so I need more. It even says on the back of the bottle, may help with pregnancy leg cramps  wink.gif



I want to get some nice shots of me pregnant... might have to ask DH to go out to nature somewhere before it gets too frosty!

Edited by Loulla, 23 March 2012 - 06:27 PM.


#127 little lion

Posted 23 March 2012 - 07:13 PM

Hello my gorgeous girls.


Woohoo lala congratulations on a perfect scan, and a little girl!  biggrin.gif So happy for you.


Loulla and Fairey I have teacher friends who say it is tough picking a name that doesn't remind you of some student. I suppose that's why most of them have gone with more unusual names. I have been into names since childhood so you'll often see my on the baby name section of EB!


Fairey thanks for the tip on pram warehouse. DH and I like to check out a new baby store each weekend, so I have another one to add to the list!


Liltuss the lullabies sound beautiful. What a nice idea.


As for me I'm writing from my iPad in bed. I think I've been hit by a mild cold. (Grr Loulla, did I catch it from you? Hehe, hope you're on the mend.) It seems to happen to me a bit during stressful times at work, right at the end of a project, I succumb to a cold. But I got the project done on time so I can chill out this weekend.


I've been experiencing nausea almost round the clock this week. I'm not eating much so it is sometimes hard to know if I'm nauseous or hungry! So I try to force myself to eat three times a day.


I'm trying to decide whether to visit Ob for another scan before NT. he said some ladies opt for it for reassurance (and I've needed a bit of that so far). If I go it will be around 9-10 weeks. So I have a little while to decide. I have my paperwork for NT scan (and bloods) but how far in advance did you book yours?


Enjoy the weekend original.gif

#128 Freckles

Posted 25 March 2012 - 09:51 AM

Time for a new thread ladies. original.gif






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