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Post by beck » Sat Apr 03, 2004 2:37 pm

ellllloooo mummies,

i noticed a few of you are unsure about the variable teats..well i use them they are great :D you have 1.2.3 on the teat 1 if for new born 2 is for a little older and 3 is fast flow i tend to use 2 for jacks night feed so he dont gulp hes milk down to quick and get trapped wind (hes 9mths) and 3 for the day time.....i think they are great as you have slow medium and fast all in 1..have the number facing there nose or upwards. hope i wrote this in a way for you gals to understand as im usless at explaining things.

jack is almost standing now which is made as hes soo small in height.

its good to see some oldies on here ... i can remember watching some of you when i was just about to start ivf.

keep intouch its good to catch up on old gossip.

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Post by beck » Sun Jun 13, 2004 3:56 pm

girls where are you??

bet your all being busy being a mum and doing mumsey things..he he.

jack is in bed after a long lunch in the garden for a friends b-day..all in all jack has 18 to go to this summer.

we are watching the footie with some friends tonight so hopefully we will celerbrate with a few beers.

so girls are any of you ready for number 2 or 3 yet?? im going for my fet soon, need a small op in july first to laser a cyst off and give me a good clear out (nice). jack will be 1 in 3 weeks cant believe where the time has gone.

so girls enough of us how are you lot??? post soon be good to catch up.

beck&jack
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Post by sue.m » Sun Jun 13, 2004 8:46 pm

Hi Beck,

one in 3 weeks eh.........where does the time go? Dan's 8 months old now, and it's flown. Last week he started to crawl and can now pull himself up on the furniture, it's lovely because he just looks so proud of himself. It's amazing how quickly they develop.

His sleep pattern seems to have altered lately, and for the last week and a half he's been sharing our bed. It's not really a habit that I want to get into, but when you want to sleep and they just won't settle in their cots, it's so tempting to let them get in with you! To be honest we've had it easy up until now, as he's been sleeping though since he was about eight weeks so he spoilt us really. What I need is a cot that the side comes off completely, as it seems to be the action of lowering him into it that sets him off, as he lets me put him on the bed and leave him there!
.....contrary little fella!

Well he's screaming, so I should go.........depressed hubby just told me we lost the footie, we were one nil up when I came up here!

Sue.x

Good luck with your op.
ttc for almost 4 years, diagnosed as unexplained. Just about to begin treatment when we were lucky enough to concieve naturally. Our beautiful baby boy, Daniel, was born on 27 Sept 2003. Now expecting again, baby due 22 Aug 2005.

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Post by beck » Mon Jun 14, 2004 7:00 pm

hello sue,

its so nice to see them moving about, jack started to crawl in march it was mad to see it ..hes a comando mover ! so you can imagin what hes t-shirts look like at the end of the day.

dh is down stairs trying to wind him down as bed time is uasually at 7 but hes like a mad boy ... looks like a late one for him.

so do you think you will try for anotherone??

i cant wait to try again.....just hope im lucky again as it worked for me 1st time.

keep intouch

beck xx

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Post by beck » Wed Jun 30, 2004 12:33 pm

hello mummies where are you all??

im going into hospital on the 14th for a clean out and a cyst removed...(nice) so i can start my fet aug/sept.

jack will be 1 next wk cant believe where the time has gone.

hope all of you are ok and enjoying yourselfs
xbeckx

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Post by Tracey S » Wed Jun 30, 2004 3:05 pm

Beck

One next week - can't believe the time - remember you being pg! VEry quiet on this board - ominous sign especially as most of you have the one not twins - yikes.

Good luck with the tmt - not sure where I will be - take care
Love
Tracey
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ttc 9 years. 38 yrs old, dh 8 hrs younger!First IVF in Aug 2002 and had ectopic.2nd IVF neg.3rd FET and negative.4th FET and positive but sadly lost our little boy at 20 weeks.5th FET and Alice Isobel and Emily Charlotte born 5th Aug 2004!

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Post by beck » Wed Jun 30, 2004 5:50 pm

arrrrrrrrr cheers tracy.
your be here soon..and before you know it your be in the same postion as me birthdays and maybe trying again for another.

keep me posted on how ya getting on
beck xx

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Post by alison p » Wed Jun 30, 2004 6:06 pm

Hi Beck and all,

Well, Daniel is 5 months old now and doing very well. He is taking up all my time - who said that having a baby was easy?, but he's a joy to have around.

Dad's just giving him a bottle and then it's to bed. He's very good and sleeps through all night now.

Hope everyone else is getting on okay,

love Alison x

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Post by bubblymichelle » Fri Jul 09, 2004 4:06 pm

Hi Everyone,

Well Alex keeps me busy but I have 5 minutes to myself, well my iron is switched on but I would rather be online and say hello to everyone. Well Alex is now rolling over and he is trying to crawl I just can't believe where the time is going he is 5 months now and how scary is that.

I'm finding Alex is off his milk though which is a little stressful but I do try him but he just won't have it. I spoke to my H/V and she said he needs to have between 20/24oz a day but if I can't get him to have it what am I supposed to do? If I mix it with his foods he won't touch his foods either.

How's everyone else?

Best go and do my ironing before Alex wakes

Love & Hugs

Shell & Alex
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Post by beck » Sat Jul 10, 2004 11:10 am

hello shell alex

doesnt time fly.

jack had hes 1st b-day on wed ...it was a brill day i loved every minute of it.

so are any of the mummies trying for another?
im going into hospital on wed for a clear out so i can try for another in aug/sept.
this will be our last go (so dh says) as we havent the funds ect.

right i better go as dh need to do some work on the pc.

beck xx

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Post by bubblymichelle » Sat Jul 10, 2004 5:05 pm

Hi Beck,

I bet you can't believe how quick the time has flown can you? Well I hope the next attempt works for you.

Love
Shell.
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Post by beck » Wed Aug 04, 2004 8:43 am

hows all the mummies??

just to let you all know i had my tube removed 3wks ago...so now waiting to see the consultant at the end of the month then all actions go hopefully...wow fet here we come.

will anyone else be my cycle buddie for sept/oct

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Post by Zed2003 » Fri Aug 06, 2004 11:20 pm

Hello - I'm here too - albeit not often these days!

Sam's a wee smasher and doing well - looking at him now - you'd never know he was 7 weeks early - catching up fast! I can't believe he's 6 months old...

As for trying again - yes please, but going to try the good old fashioned way for a while - don't know if I could do IVF again...

Hope everyone is well

Zoe & Sam x

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Post by beck » Sat Aug 07, 2004 9:05 am

hello zed.

so are you trying now :shock: wow !! doesnt time fly one minute they are a helpless little bundle in your arms and now they are inderpendant little people.. jack is 13mths now and the dreaded mmr is coming up :? i just dont know what to do..........half of me says go for it as nothing has been proven then the other side says we worked so hard for him and i dont want nothing to go wrong...so i found out he can have them in 3 seprate goes hummmmmmmmmmmmmm !!!

hope evryone is well
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Post by sue.m » Sat Aug 07, 2004 10:54 am

Hi Beck,

I'm the same, I'm dreading Dan coming to the age of needing the mmr. Sometimes I think I'll let him have it, because everyone I know who has small children has gone ahead and the kids are fine. But then I think what if Dan is affected by it, I'd never forgive myself.

So I think I'll be paying for the 3 separate jabs! Wish the nhs would offer the 3 as an alternative. I'm still absolutely convinced the that Tony Blairs son didn't have the mmr, because if he had then what did they have to hide, especially if it would have given other parents confidence in the jab.

It's a real worry.

Anyway hope you're ok, take care.

Sue.x
ttc for almost 4 years, diagnosed as unexplained. Just about to begin treatment when we were lucky enough to concieve naturally. Our beautiful baby boy, Daniel, was born on 27 Sept 2003. Now expecting again, baby due 22 Aug 2005.

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