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    its such a hard decision blanche but i ghave to admit if it were me id probably go the c/s, i know how much u want a vag del. and id feel exactly the same


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    Im glad you have made a decision Blanche...i now it must not have been an easy one.

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    Good on u Blanche, I think thats the right decision too and as long as you are happy with it then thats all that matters mark that as one more thing off your list done.
    is it too early to start getting my hospital bags ready? i swear this kid is burrowing its way between my legs. Sorry if TMI but everytime i go to the toilet i am expecting to hear a splash and cry lol no seriously...

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    LOL Tara!! i still havent fully packed my bags im so unorganised!! i think if u want to pack them do it, but then it might make it drag on everytime u look at the bag iykwim?..

    i must get my act together and finish packing mine!

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    lol tara!! i hope not!!!

    blanche so when will the c/s be sone then?

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    Jols not sure on the date as yet, have an appt on tuesday and thats when i will tell them my decision, the told me that if i chose a c/s they would do it at 39wks...so hopefully i will know tuesday when we will meet our little boy

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    Tara Bubby has to cook a tad longer..so dont go having her/him in the loo just yet!!!

    All the best Blanche for Tuesday...so close now til Mr Jack is here!!

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    oh wow, i was coming to this thread to ask you Blanche, if you've come any closer to a decision - and obviously you have - i bet you've agonised over this - but it must be a relief to have A decision.

    taralee, stranger things have happened! My midwife told me she had "caught" babies in the toilet as some of "her women" had felt most comfortable pushing near/on the loo.

    bilby's first CC day on a Thursday today, she was only there a few hours when i had to take her out (so dh could use my car to take stepchild to airport). So my one and only day that is meant to be free, was spent packing stepchild's baggage and trying to get some concepts thru to her - she thinks it's ok to walk around with just jeans on - so we had the modesty talk. She's starting to change with puberty, and she's had more stepfathers than i can count, just so hard to know if anything i say to her gets thru. She went swimming at a public pool with dh the other day, first time she's had to shower and get changed by herself (in a public changeroom), and she came out crying and in a absolute panic, hair everywhere. Normally i am there to act as her carer and make everythign go smoothly. just can't do it anymore, now bilby is here. i am sick of being taken for granted.

    kim, how are your two cheeky monkeys going? What have you got planned for Mummy Time on Saturday? (go on, inspire me!!).

    Vicky - how is your dh?

    Christy - hope your gastro doesn't spread to the rest of your family, and that it is a short lived one - gastro is so damm rotten - could not imagine leaving the house with it! hope your work is not far from your home!!!

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    My monkeys are well......the only day we needed them to sleep in (cos of the flight) and they wake at 630am!!!!

    No mummy time this week Gigi....going to be at my IL's so family day...all the relos are coming over for lunch etc. So SD is gone now? Time for you to chill

    Time stars next Saturday maybe!!!!

    Christy i hope you get better soon...gastro is horrid!

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    I didn't get to work after all too much vomit. Luckily I'm feeling better today.

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    Glad to hear it Christy
    Gigi - that seems a little weird to me..that she just has jeans on...maybe it's just because i'm a prude..dh tells me so lol
    ahem..also i started a little bit of nesting today..couldnt scrub those bathrooms enough..what the hell is going on! lol

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    Taralee - stop nesting! its too soon... that bambino has to cook some more.

    Christy - glad your feeling better today. Isnt it a beautiful day in Qld today? I'm hoping to get my car back at the end of next week, once I get it back I want to take it for a good run, so we will have to organise a meet up at North Lakes.

    Kim - I was looking at photos of Chelsea and Jasmine last night. I can't beleive how quickly Jas has grown. They are lovely photos hun. Hope you have a nice time away.

    Gigi - i hope that next week you can get to have some you time! I made the mistake this monday of letting someone come up to my place and finish some paintings that they had started, and seeing as how she could talk the hind leg of a dog, I hardly got anything done. I was feeling very p!ssed off about that afternoon, and realise that from now on I have to make monday MY day, and everyone else can go to buggery. I need the day to feed my soul. About your Step daughter - I know she has some disablilities physically, does she have any intellectual disabilities? I am trying to remember how hold she is. Laura turned 12 at the beginning of this year. And Rich is not coping very well with the changes going on with her. Neither am I, just quietly, but after some counselling, I realised what was going on was about me, not her... she is at an age when some pretty yuk stuff was happening to me. Anyway, its a difficult age regardless.
    Rich went to the specialist on Wednesday, and has to have an MRI. The specialist is pretty sure that it is a bicep anchor injury, the tendon from his bicep that should be attached to his shoulder, is either torn, or completely detached. which means an operation.... sigh. He is getting frustrated because he doesnt like being incapacitated, and not being able to do anything. And I am a whole lot more pain because of it, because I'm doing more as well... vicious circle really.

    Blanche - I'm glad I was able to help in some small way. Like I said, message me with any questions you might have about c/s ok.

    HI Jols, Ann, Nelly... Hope everyone is enjoying their long weekend.

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    I have loaded some new photos onto facebook, and sent you all an invite to look at a video of aston using tupperware in a very inventive way - good for a giggle.

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    Vicky - same thing happened each of the two time that dh's back "went" on him. All the lifting of bilby at night and weekends, all of the housework he usually did, all of it had to be done by me, as well as the help he needed - so then MY back really suffered. It can be a domino effect. I hope the MRI scan gives your dh's medicos useful info to help him.

    My SD's disability is a mixture of physical and intellectual - but she's in the right school year for her age - although i'm not so sure how kind that is to her. It really hit me these holidays, how "young" and immature she is compared to other kids her age, how easy it would be for her to be bullied, let astray, all sorts of things. She is terribly gullible and unaware of so many things. I have tremendous sympathy for her, but while i used to act as her full time carer pre bilby (i'm talking years here), i can no longer keep that up. Dh is not holding up his side of the bargain (promising he will take care of SD's care while she's here). Each time the holidays come around, my head is full of divorce/separation ideas - it's THAT bad. Our cramped living conditions do not help either.

    bilby had her first ride in an ambulance today. I got strapped onto the stretcher and she lay on me - had no idea that's how babies are transported. It's to calm the baby. This morning, i was changing bilby on the changetable, and she stood up while i was reaching for something, and fell off - instead of just hitting the floor - which is carpet, so that sort of fall wouldn't have been so bad (in comparision), becuase she fell in a tiny triangle of
    - edge of solid wooden changetable with wooden shelf at bottom of it
    - tall bookcase with three sharp edge shelves that she hit with her forehead
    - end of single bed
    so altogether she hit her forehead FOUR times on FOUR shelves in this tiny triangle of space and ended upside down - it happened right in front of me - like it was in slow motion - difficult to get her out of there - really awkward little space - but i hawked her out of there as quick as i could - didn't even THINK about "leave her where she is, put her in the recovery position etc" - she was screaming blue murder -

    from the time it took me to walk to the kitchen and sit on the sofa with her "dh, i need ice NOW" - a huge egg had appeared on her forehead, with a blue slot running down the centre. Dh took one look and said "ambulance, right now".

    ambos were great, hospital paeds emergency people were good too. we were there for six - seven hours (observations for possible head injury). But in my hurry, i had packed nappies and wetbag, but no changemat or wipes. The hospital was not very helpful with that, when we needed to change a #2. I was amazed that a children's ward had no baby changing facilities. It was if i had asked in a ward where babies never were present. i found that weird. (this is the same hospital bilby arrived by c-section - CHILDREN is in the name of the hospital).

    bilby seems ok now thank goodness, but she looks like a Kling-on with this egg shape on her forhead, poor love. I knew our run of good health could not last forever! but gee, i could have done without the drama! So that's how we spent Anzac Day.

    must go and have a look at Aston with his TUpperware, i need a laff! ta muchly Vicki!

    TaraLee - how are you today lovely?

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    ooohhhnnnooooooooo gigi i know how you feel with the egg we felt terrible when sophie fell and hit her head, dr said very lucky she ididnt split the skin, glad everything is ok and bilby will be fine.

    vicky i cant access facebook self inposed ban!

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    for you gigi and your baby girl.... oh the joys of motherhood... hospital visits are sooooo much fun - NOT! glad she is doing better now tho. scary when it happens right in front of you.

    Jols, i'll see if i can share it with you via youtube, that's where it is.

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    Aww Gigi - there is nothing like a case of the mummy guilts to make you feel really crappy. Poor little Bilby How is she today? How are YOU today? Don't play that 'If only I...' or 'If only i didn't..." thats the real killer
    I'm not too bad, thanks for asking, baby has shuffled its little self way back down again, so its a bit uncomfortable.
    I just found out one of the girls in my Belly Buddy group lost her baby at 22weeks, she had to be induced. When I read her story my heart just broke. it's so unfair, i cant understand why it would happen to a baby that is so wanted when there are so many sl*ts out there who just pop them out for the money...gave me a lot to think about and be thankful for anyway

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    Priceless footage of Aston, Vicky, gotta come out on the 21st birthday

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