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post #31 of 49
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Oh God!! The labour! I forgot about that. Sigh.


oh boy , poor Max
post #32 of 49
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Poor MAX????

He's not going to go through labour. Well, I guess you could look at it from the point of view that whatever I'm going through - he's gonna be going through too. I may have to make sure of that
post #33 of 49
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Oh God!! The labour! I forgot about that. Sigh.

Oops - sorry about that! Well, the good news is that it's like anything in life. When it's time, you're so tired of being pregnant that you're READY!
post #34 of 49
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And, dang it all, I just lost 35 pounds and was hoping to lose at least another 15 Although I guess I can still go to the gym and eat healthily. I think I've probably eaten about 35 pounds worth of food since Monday, so I'll have to be careful of that. Max always told me that pregnancy wouldn't be a good excuse in his book to pig out, so he'll be watching! But he's right - being pregnant doesn't give you license to eat until you fall over. Even though that's what I feel like doing
post #35 of 49
Geebus there must be something in the water Everywhere i walk in Melbourne there's bubs and prams and preggo bellys!! Now it looks like it's happening here
post #36 of 49
You absolutely should post it here and lots of pregnancy updates - I've PMd you, but I want to publicly say I have no issue with other people's pregnancies, and I expect any pregnant people to update regularly and whinge about the frustrating things and share the wonderful things!

Another TCS baby - woohoo!!
post #37 of 49
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Originally Posted by sarahp View Post
You absolutely should post it here and lots of pregnancy updates - I've PMd you, but I want to publicly say I have no issue with other people's pregnancies, and I expect any pregnant people to update regularly and whinge about the frustrating things and share the wonderful things!

Another TCS baby - woohoo!!

You are a saint Sarah *hugs*
post #38 of 49
I just caught this, but for the record, when you POAS, a line is a line, no matter how faint

Welcome to the land of the pregnant! We're expecting next month!
post #39 of 49
Oh yay!!!!!!!! I'm sooooo excited for you!!!!
post #40 of 49
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Well, I just did another test and got the same result - faint blue line but definitely there. WOW. I'm going to do a third and final one tomorrow morning with my first morning pee - and I would expect the line to be stronger. But let's just say at this stage I'm pretty sure it's all systems go....
post #41 of 49
Congratulations
post #42 of 49
That is wonderful news - congrats!

As someone who has 2 kids under 3, let me tell you...they are joys and terrors all at the same time, but worth every ounce of pain and weight they put you through. Don't worry about labour - get an epidural - it isn't so bad!

May I reccommend a specific book for you....don't get the "What to Expect" book I found the KISS Series on Pregnancy to be the most helpful. http://www.amazon.com/Pregnancy-Simp...4530432&sr=8-1
post #43 of 49
Yay! Congratulations!! You definitely have a lot to look forward to!
Make sure to update us all on your progress... We wish you the best with everything!
post #44 of 49
That's so exciting! Congratulations!!
post #45 of 49
Congrats!
post #46 of 49
Congratulations, Sarah!! You'll be a wonderful mother. I think everybody starts out scared and unsure of what to do. Unfortunately, parenthood isn't something they let you practice first. But if you follow your heart and keep your baby's best interest at the forefront, you'll be fine.
post #47 of 49
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Congratulations, Sarah!! You'll be a wonderful mother. I think everybody starts out scared and unsure of what to do. Unfortunately, parenthood isn't something they let you practice first. But if you follow your heart and keep your baby's best interest at the forefront, you'll be fine.
Exactly - you learn as you go. So you don't have to be able to counsel them on losing a boyfriend, or teaching them to drive right away - you just have to know how to feed and diaper. And then you learn the next thing, and the next!
post #48 of 49
Congratulations!
post #49 of 49
Congratulations!

And a faint line is definately a positive, you really can't get a false positive, either the hormones are there or they aren't!

We are due in April! Just wait till you start showing
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