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Postby Smita » Thu Feb 19, 2009 10:32 am

Hi all!

I've been absent for a loong time..
Want to say Congratulations!!( looong time overdue i know :oops: ) to all the new mommies- Kim, Vicky and Denise..

I'm so glad to hear you all are doing well!

We are doing very well.

Sher, like Sienna, Dhruvaa is her own person and we are so full of joy watching her learn and play.

She's going to a montessori here and loving it!

Just popped in to say hi to all of you lovely ladies :)

Wishing you and your love,luck and laughter!

hugs,

Smita
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Postby Smita » Wed Jun 24, 2009 5:29 am

Hi everyone!!

Very quiet on the threads...I guess everyone is busy with their bundles of joy..

This is just a note to say Hi to all and much love to everyone.

Hugs,

Smita
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Postby Vickyp » Tue Jul 28, 2009 12:42 pm

Hi Smita

I know you wrote thsi ages ago - but if you're there - how are you?
Any more thoughts on trying again for you? We are all fine here. 'Baby Tess' as she is now known is already 7 months old and Oliver seems to really love her - which is good! I hope you're doing well. Take Care. Love Vickyx
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2 x MC in 2007 at 6wks & 12wks
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Postby julesg » Tue Jul 28, 2009 9:16 pm

hi not been on here in AGES

thought I would say hello

since had LO in 2006 had another failed ICSI in november last year bfn and now I am on the 2ww again

well sort of this time was totally different as had FET on day5 and apparently only have to wait 9 days doesn't get any easy though!!! trying to rest (tough with a 3 year old who has chicken pox) and be positive because I am NOT going to do it again
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Postby k » Thu Oct 08, 2009 8:25 pm

Hi everyone

Its been so long since I last posted I thought I ought to post an update!

Nathan has just celebrated his 1st Birthday, I cant believe how quick this year has gone! Jenna is now 3 1/2 and such a bright (And very cheeky) little girl, very independant and dare I say stubborn at times! She goes to playgroup every morning now and will start school next September, how scary! Its great to see Jenna and Nathan interacting. There is the sibling rivallry there, but they do generally get on very well. Nathan giggles away at Jenna and she loves encouraging this.

Im passing on all my baby stuff now, as Nathan grows out of it. we feel very complete now with the two we have, which is such a good feeling I never thought I would have!

I hope everyone is doing ok, I dont know how many of you still read this thread anymore. I know I visit this site a lot less now, but it is nice to keep in touch occasionally!
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Jenna Grace born 19.1.06 then natural BFP!
Nathan Alexander born 2.10.08
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Postby Smita » Sat Oct 31, 2009 3:19 pm

Hi u all!

Logged on after AGES..
Vicky, its really nice to hear abt Tess and Oliver..She must be 10 months old now! wow!

Nope- not trying for a sibling, though I would love one for dhruvaa.. she's a beautiful girl and we are both so proud of her..
Not feeling upto trying a fresh cycle again- feels like I'm pushing my luck! lol

Kim,

I hope u log on and see this- How r you doing? Dhruvaa goes to playschool too and she is such a bright, cheeky monkey!

I cant believe how the time has flown by from when we used to post the wishes for delievery thread for all..

Jules,

I hope u had good news..

Denise, Sher, Little P, Joy,
Hope you are are doing great!

Much love,

Smita
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Postby k » Wed Nov 04, 2009 8:18 pm

Hi Smita!

Its lovely to hear from you! I cant believe how time flies, our little girls will soon be 4, can you believe it?
It doesnt seem so long since we were posting during our pregnancies discussing all our worries and so excited about becoming mums at last.
Life is a little hectic with 2 now, I dont know what I did with all my time before children! Im busy planning and buying christmas presents for my 2 at the moment, think Im more excited than Jenna will be when she opens them all!
Take care, love to Dhruvaa!

Love Kim
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Postby Vickyp » Thu Nov 26, 2009 1:50 pm

Hi Guys

Just bringing us back up to the top. Since I last wrote we have been having a bad time - sorry to be a misery guts! I was diagnosed with breast cancer in early August. I had a noninvasive type DCIS but they also found two very small tumours when they removed my breast (2mm & 5mm) I am now having chemo - I've had 3 and have 3 to go, then a year of Herceptin. I opted to have both breasts removed as I have a family history of BC. The doctors have been very positive but it's still been a difficult time and of course I do wish I had had longer with my baby girl before having to worry so much about maybe not being here for them both. On the whole I am being very positive and am now looking forward to Christmas and the usual stuff this time of year.
I have been doing well with the chemo - very few nasty side effects - although of course have lost my hair but nothing more unpleasant than that so I am very lucky.
I hope you are all doing well - sorry to be the bearer of bad tidings. I have looked at cancer forums but I have to say I find them so depressing I thought I'd come clean about whats been happening on here with my old friends - we have been through a lot together already - this is just one more thing!

Take Care all. Love Vickyxx
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2 x MC in 2007 at 6wks & 12wks
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Postby michelle_in_scotland » Mon Jan 04, 2010 9:08 pm

Hi everyone,
Been a very long time since i posted here so not sure if you remember me or not. I've been coming on and reading but was unable to log in and post. Had major problems with my account, kept saying i didn't exist when trying to log in, took months of emailing admin before i finally got a reply and my account sorted.
Kady will be 4 in May and is more of a wee tomboy than a girly girl, i was exactly the same as a child.
She goes to playgroup 5 mornings a week and loves it, she calls it her school for small boys and girls. She absolutely loves doing arts and crafts and can sit for ages just painting and drawing. Her favourite has been drawing people, a big circle with arms and legs and a big smiley face. The other day she was sitting at the table painting and i was amazed at the finished picture, she done clouds and a sun in the sky, grass, trees and a wee bridge going over a wee stream and it actually looked exactly as i've described instead of her usual swill of colours all over the place, it's a proper painting and is proudly stuck on the fridge door.

We had the shock of our lives recently, a positive HPT :shock: Done another 2 each day after that, all came up positive as soon as i done them. There has been quite a few natural pregnancies here and i never ever thought it would happen to us, we were resigned to just having Kady but this just goes to show that miracles can happen. My due date is 22nd June and i'll be 16 weeks tomorrow.
We still can't believe that this is really happening. It was just days before i actually done the 1st test and Kady said to me "Mammy, i want a baby brother" i asked why a brother and not a sister and the reply was "i have plenty baby girl dolls and no baby boys" She just cracks me up with the things she says. She's now adament that she wants a baby sister so she can be just like her big cousin and she wants us to name the baby Daddy Pig :lol:
I'm so exhausted this time but at least i don't have the constant morning sickness like i did with Kady, every day until 28wks. Only been sick a few times which i'm pleased about.
Get my big scan on 4th Feb, can't wait to find out the sex.
Hope everyone had a great Christmas.
Take care all.
Lotsa love

Michelle
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Natural FET - July 05 -ve
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Postby Vickyp » Tue Jan 05, 2010 3:19 pm

Hey Michelle

I remember you. Congratulations - How wonderful - I too had a natural (well 3 actually but lost two at 6wks and 12wks, then had a baby girl a year ago through a natural pregnancy - it's so great to think your body is doing what it's meant to do isnt it! I hope it goes well for you. Love Vicky
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2 x MC in 2007 at 6wks & 12wks
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Re: 2005/2006 mummy's

Postby michelle_in_scotland » Fri Mar 05, 2010 2:38 am

Hi everyone,
Thanks for your message Vicky, i agree that it is great that our bodies are finally doing what they're meant to. Next month DH and i will have been together for 15 years, so it's taken that long for this to happen naturally. We are still shocked it's actually happened.
I'm almost 25 weeks now and found out at the 20wk scan we are having another wee girl. Kady is over the moon, she keeps rubbing my tummy and gives it kisses saying she loves the baby in my tummy, the other night she was next to me on the couch and lay her head on my tummy and started singing the baby songs, it was so sweet. She's also told me that after this baby comes out she wants me to have another 5 babies :shock: DH has also been talking about trying for a 3rd as soon as possible, i was like, can you just let me have this one first, lol. I can see his way of thinking though, i'll be 35 the month before i have this one so time is getting on and there is no guarantee it'll happen again naturally so best to start trying as soon as.
Hope everyone is fine, not even sure who all still visits this thread.
Anyways, take care and lotsa love

Michelle
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Natural FET - July 05 -ve
Natural FET - Aug 05 +ve
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Re: 2005/2006 mummy's

Postby princess » Mon Mar 29, 2010 4:40 am

Hello ladies,
It's been ages.
Joey is turning 4 on April 5th. And my daughter is going to be 2 on August 8th. Joey is in preschool so Jilly and I have girl alone time mornings it's wonderful.
I hope everyone is doing well.
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Re: 2005/2006 mummy's

Postby Smita » Mon Apr 26, 2010 8:05 am

Vicky,

How are you now hun?
I hope Oliver is good, and so is dd.. I was worried to read about you going thru the Big C- are you off the chemo now? Havent been on this site at all, and just thought if it as a lark- funny- it was my lifeline 4 years back.. how life changes..
I hope you'll be cancer free soon. God Bless you sweetie.

pm if you need any support.

Love,

Smita
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Re: 2005/2006 mummy's

Postby Susie » Wed Sep 01, 2010 12:07 pm

Hi, I dont know if you remember me but thought I'd post because my baby boy starts school on Monday (as will all the other English children born around same time) I cant believe how much time has passed. Its my first time on here in ages. I hope everyone is OK. Please everyone give updates and let us get back in touch. We went thru so much together originally.
Vicky, ive only just read your post and I so hope that ity is all in the past now and you're recovered. Life can be so cruel at times.
Hope to hear from someone soon
Susie x
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