Loonpants & Woppa

Announcement of pregnancy and birth following assisted reproductive treatment.
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sue.m
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Post by sue.m » Tue Mar 16, 2004 9:45 pm

Hi both,

saw that you had both posted in response to Fiona's news, and just wondered how you were both doing.

I don't post much these days, but still like to dip in to the boards and see how everyone is getting on.

I hope you're both well.

Suzanne.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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Post by woppa » Wed Mar 17, 2004 8:01 am

Hi there
Sorry i dont post here anymore--i use fertility friends.
I am doing fine. I am 26 weeks pregnant with one baby after losing the twin early on. Still teriffied about being pregnant but getting there slowly!!

Fiona's news is just fab--spoke to Les just after the birth and he was high as a kite--they both deserve this so much!!!

love to everyone who remembers me
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woppa
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Post by sue.m » Wed Mar 17, 2004 8:34 am

Oh Woppa that's really fantastic, I hadn't realised that you were pregnant. I've never been able to get my head around fertility friends.....can just about find the gallery!

The fear never leaves you does it, they're just so precious! And don't think that you'll relax once your little one arrives, because you then have a new set of worries.........but they're so worth it!

I was lying in bed last night watching Dan, and thinking about that first night spent in hospital with him. He was just so tiny and wonderful, we were awake most of the night due to my snoring neighbour and her screaming baby(only screaming because her mother wouldn't wake!), but it was so lovely to just spend that time alone together. The time just goes by so fast. I'm due back at work in May, so am having to organise a nursery place........dreading leaving him! Luckily it will only be for three days, and for 2 of those he'll be with my mom, so it's not so bad.

Well sorry I've turned this into a post about ME.........but this is what happens when you're home all day, with someone who can only gurgle at you!

You take care of yourself and your little cargo Woppa, I'm so pleased for you.

Suzanne.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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Post by Tracey S » Wed Mar 17, 2004 10:38 am

Woppa

So nice to hear you are well - have temp lost your email address which is why I haven't been in touch - have changed ISP providers - stil on the old one but don't check much - long story!
Can't believe you are 26 wks - I am 19 wks on Friday and still can't believe it and still wait for something to go wrong at times.....getting to the stage where Oliver died so very jumpy and keep thinking the movement I feel is not fizzy feelings but the uterus contracting like before.
Nightmare
Anyway glad you are well.
Fiona emailed me the piccies yesterday or LEs did - cute isn't he
Lisa - hope you are well
Sue glad you and DAniel are well
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 Loonpants » Fri Mar 19, 2004 6:10 pm

Nice to see some oldies posting, especially with good news!!

I don't post very often as not sure where I belong anymore.

I am now 17 weeks pregnant and starting to relax a bit more now. I have a little bump starting to appear :D

As you may remember I lost a baby at 14 weeks last year. It has been a natural pregnancy again so it just goes to show that ICSI must have kick started us and the fact that DH was away for four months and probably storing up some super sperms :)

I still keep in touch with JD from way back on the site and her little one is called Dan too and he is 15 months old now.

I have made some brilliant friends on this site and I am glad that we have travelled this journey together. (sloppy pregnancy hormones kicking in).

Love to you all.

(Lisa)Loonpants
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Post by Helen G » Fri Mar 19, 2004 9:07 pm

Hi Woppa and Loonpants

It's fantastic news to read of your pregnancies! It's wonderful to hear IVF/nature has smiled on you again. I can't wait to hear your baby stories.

I'm now proud Mum to Max and Harvey who are just over 5 months old. Life is chaotic but fun. I would never have believed that you could love your children more each day - where does it all come from?

Take care of yourselves and keep us posted!

Helen, Max & Harvey xxx

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Post by Lisa Ch » Sat Mar 20, 2004 10:38 am

Hi Woppa and Lisa

lovely to hear from you both and so pleased about your pregnancies. I often wonder how you are both doing, we used to chat a long time ago, or so it seems sometimes.

After 7 years I am pregnant with twins (nearly 23 weeks) and just can't wait for term time and for them to be here.

Take care of yourselves and let us know how you are doing.

With love
Lisa xx

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Post by Alison » Sat Mar 20, 2004 12:56 pm

OMG you're both PG - what fabulous news! Like Sue I have never quite sussed the FF site. Its so good to hear some happy endings. It must be so hard to relax and enjoy your pregnancies after what you've been here, but I hope you're both beginning to believe it really is now your turn.

After 5 full tmts and 1 FET I'm living mainly on the "life after" side now, and have made some great friends - we're meeting up again next week. However, have just got a letter from the clinic asking what we want to do with our 2 remaining frosties - and can't quite bring ourselves to let them go just yet, so haven't quite given up on the dream that one day I might be joining you.

With much love

Alison xx

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Post by sue.m » Sat Mar 20, 2004 1:11 pm

Lisa........that's so bloody fantastic, can't believe that you and Woppa are both pregnant and I hadn't realised it!

I remember that you broke my chatroom cherry a very long time ago. We were being maudlin and you asked did I still cry when Aunt Flo arrived........turned out that we both did!

Aaahh, I'm so pleased for you.

Look after yourself and your little bump.

Suzanne.x

mmm...so when I want to think about trying for a little brother or sister for Dan, then I just need to tell DH that we've got to abstain for 4 months......yeah, that'll go down well, NOT.
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 Traci » Sat Mar 20, 2004 6:34 pm

Lisa and woppa
Fantastic news on your pregnancies, Lisa can I tell Julie Traynor your news? she will be well chuffed for you , she has opened her own salon now in Cyprus and Michael is now at Brize Norton they are still together but Mike is comuting or something like that as she had just taken on the lease there and wanted to give it a go. anyway enough rambling , I am just about to embark on my 4th ICSI and 2nd DE cycle , lets see what that brings :lol:

Take care now
Trace x

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Post by Tracey S » Mon Mar 22, 2004 10:23 am

Lisa

That really is the most wonderful news - I am absolutely thrilled for you - fantastic. Woppa I knew about you as we keep in touch by email when I haven't lost our address.
How wonderful that after we all lost our precious ones we are pg again!
Fingers crossed hey - Lisa I am 19.3wks and know Woppa is ahead of me by about 8 weeks or so
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 caz1 » Tue Mar 23, 2004 9:53 pm

HI
Just wnted to say - CONGRATS
I remember you so well from when I first started posting here = its SOOOOO amazing to see that your SO pregnant! And everyone else. I REEEEALLLY hope I will join you one day
You are ALL very inspirational!!

cazx

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