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#151 laraq75

Posted 13 June 2008 - 01:27 PM

Hi girls,

I have been so slack.

Deanne - congratulations on the birth of your little girl.  I love the name it is beautiful and a lovely June baby. Just like my DD 2 years ago. original.gif

Sgettie - great news on your house.  I can't imagine what it is like to have that many people living under one roof.

hi to everybody else and sorry for being so slack.

hugs

Lara

#152 darnie

Posted 14 June 2008 - 01:05 PM

Hi Everyone,

We're home! Thank you to everyone for your good wishes, and also to Narelle for posting the news!

I only have a few mins while waiting for DH to bring back McDonalds for lunch, but thought I'd jump on quickly. Photos later - I promise! I will also try to do a quick account of the birth story - not that there is much to tell because It took 1 hour 41 mins from the minute the ob ruptured my membranes until she was out! I thought that labour with Erin was quick but this one was significantly shorter!

Erin is besotted with her new sister. Alice is doing well. She had to go under lights last night/this morning for jaundice, but is now great.

Well, I must go. Take care everyone!

Cheers,
Deanne.


#153 ~strawberry~

Posted 14 June 2008 - 03:15 PM

Congratulations Darnie! I look forward to seeing some pics, and its great to hear that all is going well!

So who is due next?

#154 It'sbeenawhile

Posted 14 June 2008 - 03:26 PM

I was just thinking the same thing! We need some kind of list with all our due dates on it??!!Any ideas how to do that? Maybe we could all PM one person (i can do it unless someone else is good at that kinda thing!!) and then each time we get a new thread we can post a list of everyone and the due dates?
comments suggestions??!!  wink.gif

#155 darnie

Posted 14 June 2008 - 04:09 PM

The due in groups usually have one person managing the lists and everyone either PMs that person with their details. I would suggest having a look in one of the due in groups to get an idea of how they do it.

Edited because it didn't quite make sense!!

Edited by darnie, 14 June 2008 - 04:14 PM.


#156 Puggle

Posted 14 June 2008 - 05:37 PM

Hi All,

Deanne, it must be good to be home. So, did your DH manage to get through to Alice's arrival without spilling the beans on her gender?

I had my morphology scan yesterday and all is well. The baby is measuring one week ahead of my actual EDD, so I might be on track for another 10lber  blink.gif. I guess time will tell. We got a sneak peek in 4D at the end of the scan, quite fascinating. This baby is much more active than Claire and for the big finale we got a photo of it with both legs over its head. What you can't see in that photo is that it was also holding onto a foot with one hand and scratching its bottom with the other  laughing2.gif. Seems to explain some of the weird movements I've been feeling - it is a contortionist! Both the sonographers were very amused too. We managed to get through the scan without seeing any gender flashes either, so we are all set for our big surprise in October/November.




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