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    wooohooo Sal congrats


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    *squeals* OMG OMG OMG OM G

    They are here!!! Woo hoo are you serious arrrghhhh I need details!!!!!

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    I just thought I better start daily checks for Trish.
    woohoo on the arrival, hope you are all well.


    Yah for you Sal, well done.

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    Ok I am back a little more composed
    Thanks Tiff for passing along that fab news! Please, if you are speaking/messaging Trish let her know how happy we are that Samuel & Joel are here safe & sound

    Wow a HUGE congrats Sal, what an awesome day for the LTermers How are you feeling? All the best for a H & H pregnancy!!

    That is unreal, we have another person in here, we need some more recruits.

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    What a wonderful day all round

    I feel all warm and gooey inside.

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    OMG OMG OMG Congrats Trish! I'm going to check out the arrivals notices right now!!!


    OK I'm back, Samuel and Joel, how lovely that you waited until July to make your grand entrances! I hope mum and dad are doing well and enjoying holding you in their arms finally. PS good to hold out til July, you got your parents another $2k hehehe

    Thanks for the congrats girls, but technically this isn't a pg after LTTTC for me LOL so I think I'll just keep lurking and cheering on the real stars of this thread Skye, I'm feeling fine, not pg at all (just like last time). Will take a while to sink in methinks...

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    Hi Sal
    Congrats. It is nice to know that #2 is easy. Also nice to see another face from the ACT. Please feel free to stick around, Shezz and I can use the company as there are going to be a a lot of lovely graduations in the next few months

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    Yay Sal and Yay Trish! I can privately admit in here that I'm so jealous Sal! Lol!

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    I have decided to throw caution to the wind and not bother with contraception after this bubba. I'm happy with my 2 little miracles but would secretly love to see if I can do it on my own. If not, then it wasn't meant to be. I'm already feeling sad that this pregnancy is almost over.

    Aaaarrrrgh - just realised I'm up next. OMG - I think I just wet myself (a common occurance these days sadly).
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    PMSL Justine re wetting yourself

    Kar, what hospital are you planning on having your bubs at? I'm thinking Calvary, but we'll see...

    Sush, don't blame you for being jealous, when you have cute Charlie in your arms it's natural to want another one!

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    Sushee - Charlie is looking particularly handsome.

    Sal - I'm booked in with Dr Armelin and suspect it will be John James as a result. I wasn't going to worry too much about where until I see him at 14 weeks. Should I be doing something? I'm still being looked after by my fertility specialist until then - even though it was a "spontaneous" pregnancy as they say.

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    Um, I assume you would have already had your ante-natal screen (BTs) done, probably through your fertility clinic. You having the 12w NT scan? Are you being talked into an amnio or CVS (I'm 35yo so my GP was asking me about them today)? I'm having the 12w scan, no further testing unless risk is high for something. I don't want any OB/GYN care, just want midwife care, hence Calvary.

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    Congrats Sal,
    Have to admit, Like Sush, am insanely jealous! :eek:

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    Sal - I'm having a 7wk scan tomorrow (been getting progressively more nervous about that) and will see my FS at 10 weeks and have been told he will refer me for 12 week scan. Then I see my Ob at 14 weeks. I'll be 40 in October so - I imagine the medical profession is going to be suggesting I have every test known to mankind!

    To be honest I'm just trying to get through tomorrow and see a fetal heartbeat and that everything is normal. The transition between subfertility and (hopefully) completely normal pregancy hasn't happened for me yet. And it definitely doesn't help that my poor brother & SIL (30) had to terminate their 14week pregnancy a couple of months ago because of a 1 in 150,000 defect which would have resulted in a full term pregnancy but immediate death at birth. My poor grandchildless mother is a nervous wreck!

    But I also figure that the odds of that happening twice in one family in one year have got to be pretty low. Cross your fingers for me everyone.

    Hope all your bellies are growing beautifully!

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    Kar,
    Keeping EVERYTHING crossed for you! Good Luck hun

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    Sal, thats xlnt news, congrats.

    Trish, yay, congrats on ur precious lil boys.

    Cute ticker pics ladies.

    Oh no Justine.

    Good luck for ur scan Kar. That's terrible news bout ur bro & SIL.

    I got to see Tiff's cute bubs on Fri at a member meetup, can't believe how much they've grown & lil Ivy was giggling, was so cute.

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    Kar I have everything crossed for your scan tomorrow, too. You'll be over the moon to see a little heart beating! Let us know as soon as you know

    Shell, you lucky duck you, getting to see Tiffs bubs!

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    Ohh lucky you Shell~seeing those gorgoeus bubs. I really need to read that meet up thread so I can come along next time!

    Kar I have everthing crossed for you tomorrow hon. The lead up to the first scan is so exciting/nerve wracking, but just the best feeling in the world when you see that lil heart beating away!

    Justine~LMHO re wetting yourself. I have a chest infection atm & am sneezing my head off. Often results in a 'little bit' gross huh!! Whooo you are next!! A to even out the numbers. Have you named her yet?

    Sheree~how is that lil man going? Not long for you now either! Time will just fly now.

    Sal~how you feeling today? Did you get much m/s with Miles?

    Wow 27 weeks tomorrow :eek: I am starting to get a bit antsy about the delivery. Bailea's was really easy considering she was 9lb 9oz. Did anyone elses' babies get smaller? This bub is measuring a week behind dates, whereas she was always 2 weeks ahead. I am hoping this one stays a little smaller

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