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Message for EVE & TERRI

Postby scorry » Tue Jul 29, 2003 7:09 pm

Hi Girls,<br><br>Just being nosey and wondering how you two are getting on?<br><br>Not long now, I am still frantically walking the doggies twice a day in the vain hope 'Inky' will do something soon!<br><br>Yesterday his head must have moved down into my pelvis a bit more as I now feel like I am walking with something between my legs and my mother-in-law has accused me of 'wadling'.<br><br>I know Eve's EDD is 17th, mine is 20th, what's yours Terri?<br><br>Keep in touch,<br><br>Scorry
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PGon 1st ICSI. full-term boy. neonatal death due to medical error.
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Postby NickyJ » Wed Jul 30, 2003 11:07 am

Scorry,<br><br>sorry to butt in on your thread but just wondering how you are...and when the dreaded journey to Aberdeen is taking place? Can't believe it is a matter of days now till Inky's appearance...bet you are the only one not wanting hot weather right now!!<br><br>Are you all prepared for the arrival? And are you going to be able to keep us all updated with events when you are down here?? Sounds like a wee baby boom is on its way!!<br><br>Anyway, take care and get all the naps you can now to prepare you...<br><br>Love<br>Nicky<br><br>
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Postby tshepher » Thu Jul 31, 2003 10:58 am

Hi Scorry<br>Thanks for thinking of me. My dd is 22nd. Feel huge now and am most definiteley waddling. Head hasn't engaged yet but is down. Little junior is doing something terrible to my left leg which hurts like hell. Apparently he's lying-on or has damaged my sciatic nerve so walking is soooooooooooooooooooo painful. Midwife suggested seeing a chiropractor but i don't really like the ide of being pulled-around so close to d-day.<br>Apart from that I feel absolutely fine, must say I haven't had the urge to go mad and clean everything like they say you will but I've never really been mother-earth when it comes to cleaning etc. Haven't had any cravings either.<br>Glad it sounds like you are keeping well, as from tomorrow we can say that baby is due this month!!!!................scary!!!<br>Take care<br>LOL<br>Terri<br>xxxxx<br><br>
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Postby scorry » Fri Aug 01, 2003 1:58 pm

Hi Terri,<br><br>I have every sympathy with you, I feel like I'm walking with a pumpkin between my legs at the moment.<br><br>I'll be able to keep in touch until Friday 8th, after that DH and I fly down to Aberdeen and hang around for D-Day!!<br><br>So hopefully it won't be too long after that!<br><br>Take care and look after yourself,<br><br>Scorry x
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PGon 1st ICSI. full-term boy. neonatal death due to medical error.
currently on 1st FET cycle.
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Postby tshepher » Thu Aug 07, 2003 2:39 pm

Hi Scorry<br>Just wanted to wish you good-luck before you go off-line.<br>Look forward to receiving your news after D-Day<br>Great news about Eve as well !!!!<br>Take care and lots of love and luck for a happy delivery<br>Terri<br>xxxxxx
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