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Louise (& Lili)

Postby Sarah30 » Fri Jul 04, 2003 2:06 pm

Hi Lou<br><br>Am so glad you posted, I think about you quite often wondering how you and Lili are doing. I'm so glad things are going well for you both.<br><br>So, tell me all about her?? How much does she weigh? Any hair? Is she a good girl?<br><br>And you sound so much better in yourself, you're obviously dealing with things and managing to get on - well good for you, I'm so pleased for you.<br><br>So how's the post pregnancy belly bulge?? I've been wondering about how much extra skin there will be and where will it all go - just tuck in your knickers i guess hehehe.<br><br>You sound like your loving every minute of being mummy and I can't wait to join you, I want it to be Christmas NOW!!!<br><br>Update me on all your news when you get time.<br><br>Lots of Love<br><br>Sarah x x
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Postby Louise » Sat Jul 05, 2003 10:08 am

Hi Sah<br>Lovely to hear from you. Lili is doing really well. We have been home for 3 weeks now and she is still seen by the Children's Nurse. She will be term on Wednesday and she weighed 5lb 4 on Monday last. It is so amazing to have her here. She likes lots of cuddles and I have her on my shoulder where I can smell her and nuzzle her hair, it is so amazing to think she is my baby. She has lots of hair and wakes every 2-4 hours for a nappy and feed and makes all sorts of funny noises, I used to be really worried about them but apparently they are all normal. <br><br>I am still very up and down about Jack and can't believe why it happened etc, but am trying to come to terms with it but it never gets any easier and I cry every day. We saw the consultant on Thursday who was explaining everything to us which made things a bit clearer. <br><br>My tummy is sa bit saggy, amd I am 1 stone heavier than before I was pregnant but to be honest, I have been eating lots because of breast feeding and haven't done any exercise. I know it sounds really sad, but I like having a bit of bulge as it is a reminder of the 2 babies in my tummy. I have to wear sexy big knickers as I can't have anything anywhere my scar. I still have the brown line and my c section scar itches so I guess everything is healing well. I have my post natal on 10th July. <br><br>It is so fantastic being a mummy, words can't describe it. I bet you can't wait until Christmas, counting down those weeks - it will soon be here Sah.<br><br>I am so pleased to hear you're doing so well and you sound really happy, you deserve it.<br><br>Take care and look forward to reading your news again soon.<br><br>Lots of love<br>Lou XXX<br><br>
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Postby Sarah30 » Mon Jul 07, 2003 8:31 am

Hi Lou<br><br>I'm so so glad everything with Lili is ok, you're making me nearly boo imagining how it's going to be when I have mine, I just can't wait. You sound deeply in love with little Lili and I'm so happy for you. Of course Jack will be fresh in your mind for a long time to come and he'll always be in your thoughts forever. I'm glad you've been given a good explanation to help you understand it will help things to heal I think.<br><br>Lovin the sound of those nicks, bet they're delicious!! I'm sure I'll be in the big nick club too soon. <br><br>I can't believe you're only 1 stone heavier, that's pretty damn good going if you ask me, I think you've been really lucky in that respect!! I bet I'll be a 3 stoner by the time I've finished :o)<br><br>You reckon I'm couting down the weeks till christmas!!! I'm counting the days!! It can't come quickly enough for me.<br><br>I found a real bargain yesterday - managed to get 2 mothercare playbead cots (retail at £150 each) for £15 for 2!!!!! The womens twins are 2½ now and in beds and she just wanted rid of them. They're in excellent condition - I couldn't believe it! Had to drive to leisure though (122 miles) to pick them up but it was well worth the trip!! Now all I need to find is a bargain pushchair and we're well on our way. I can't believe how much stuff there is to buy and how much it all costs - it's mind boggling!<br><br>I'm so glad to hear from you and to catch up on all your news. Next one in line is beck then - she's ready to drop any day by the sounds of it - how exciting!!!!<br><br>Well you take care and give Lili a big kiss for me and post again soooooon with some more news.<br><br>Lots of Love<br><br>Sarah x x x x
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