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Gaelforce
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Dec 28th, 2013, 18:28 PM   #16
 
jumpin threads, pretty sure Im in tri 2 now! Finally facebooked the scan pic today after telling the families over xmas. Found out my cousins wife is due in august! Nice to have someone close to share the experience with My friend gave me a doppler for xmas, so will be playing hunt the baby tonight! Lol. Hopefully it will distract me from this hellish nausea! Its got me cracking up! Oh lastly! Officially made our first baby purchase together today!! Tommy tippee bottle steriliser/starter kit, half price at mamas and papas. Felt weird but exciting!
 
 

 
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Dec 29th, 2013, 00:15 AM   #17
 
OMG we went to Mamas and Papas on Boxing Day and went crazy lol only intended to have a look but came away with a crib, a changing unit dresser, a changing mat, a mattress, a cot mobile, a cuddly toy, a play mat and a Moses basket that rocks! But all for such insanely good prices. We are trying to buy everything in January sales now because it's all 20-50% off for really good quality stuff!
 
 

 
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Dec 29th, 2013, 07:51 AM   #18
 
Our mamas and papas is tiny and the staff completely ignored me when I was in! Not impressed. I know sometimes I can look about 16 but I'm bloody 28. Rude!!

We're going to Mothercare on Tuesday to hopefully get the pram. The pram I want is in mamas and papas but it's ridiculously expensive, 500 just for the base buggy, no pram part! That's an extra 200. It's just too much. It never went in the sale x
 
 
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Dec 29th, 2013, 08:28 AM   #19
 
I'm so shocked, you know - we have been in to two Mamas and Papas and were so impressed with the staff both times.
I have such expensive taste and REALLY thought I'd fall for the Stokke buggies but they were so much heavier to collapse down etc than I thought so luckily the buggy we ended up going to was only 199!

Mothercare price match by the way so find the cheapest price for the buggy you like online (it's usually not cheapest in Mothercare) and they'll honour the price x
 
 

 
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Dec 29th, 2013, 09:35 AM   #20
 
I'm afraid i too have very expensive tastes when it comes to buggies! Luckily My dad has paid for my last too but he didn't get much change from 1000. I also had a thing for pushchairs with my first, she ended up with 8 of the things.
 
 
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Dec 29th, 2013, 10:01 AM   #21
 
Morning ladies... Sorry to bring the mood down a bit but I hate my body right now, I'm not sleeping well and woke up to blood on wiping again... Think I'm gonna talk to the doc on the morning as it's really getting me down... Sorry for moaning (again)
Hope your all well XxXxX
 
 

 
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Dec 29th, 2013, 10:09 AM   #22
 
To be honest my in laws are buying the buggy and money isn't really a worry but I'd feel so guilty.

We're trying to be really good and save lots because when we go onto SMP I lose something like 75% of my wage. Which is a lot!

Oh Sammi I hope you're okay it must be awful for you. xxx
 
 
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sammiammiammi
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Dec 29th, 2013, 11:03 AM   #23
 
I'm getting to the point where I really don't want to do anything, see anyone and just curl up in a ball... I'm happy I'm pregnant but all this up and down is really getting me down... I don't think it helps that I've had no explanation as to what's going on down there especially after the disappointment and swiftness of my actual '12week' scan and the I don't care tone after telling the sonographer I'd had bleeding in the week leading up to it... I just want to be able to enjoy being pregnant and at the min I'm just not
Thanks for being here ladies XxXxX
 
 

 
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Dec 29th, 2013, 13:55 PM   #24
 
Phone your epu Hun, they may be able to give you some advice xxx
 
 

 
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sammiammiammi
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Dec 29th, 2013, 18:14 PM   #25
 
My epu is very slow... Especially on a Sunday... Will call tomorrow and talk to them, might be better if I do it through the doctors tho as they know my medical history including anxiety and depression where if I just call epu they are likely to give me the brush off... Why oh why can't pregnancy be straight forward???
How's everyone else doing??? XxXxX
 
 

 
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Dec 29th, 2013, 18:53 PM   #26
 
Either way Hun, I can refer myself to mine but do what your comfortable with. Will be stalking! Xxx
 
 

 
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sammiammiammi
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Dec 29th, 2013, 19:15 PM   #27
 
I can do it either way... Will see how things are in the morning and decide then... I just wanna know why... I did ring epu last Thursday the day before my scan so might just phone them back and explain that even tho I'd told them at my scan I'd been bleeding I was in and out in 5 mins with no explanation or advice or anything... It's just so frustrating when I want to enjoy this and I don't feel I can with all the not knowing what my own body is doing... Not helped by the fact I'm having one of those days where I don't even feel pregnant...
On a slightly happier note I've been looking into getting a gender scan in just over 3 weeks and it's only gonna be 65 for twins... Normally 45 for a singleton so very seriously considering it. XxXxX
 
 

 
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Dec 29th, 2013, 20:16 PM   #28
 
I would be a bit more restrained if it was the in laws too I think. I think you should get a gender scan, I plan on having as many as possible this fine round, to really make the most of it! I hope you get to the bottom of your bleeding.
 
 
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Dec 29th, 2013, 20:31 PM   #29
 
We are very seriously considering it and at that price think it's too good an opportunity to miss...
I just hope someone can tell me what's going on. My OH is very positive but I know he's worried about me and what all my worries are doing to me... Fingers crossed I get some answers soon I can't take much more... It's so good having you ladies to turn to XxXxX
 
 

 
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Dec 29th, 2013, 20:45 PM   #30
 
I know it's crappy but with my last pregnancy I bled all the tune, and no one could ever tell me why! Hope you get some answers though. I'm getting a 3d scan this time xxx
 
 
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