And I'm also a wee bit on the tired side, so this will be pretty short and sweet...
Mrs S - Big beautiful congrats on the twin girl news!! Soooo happy for you!! xxx
JLove - had a bit of a giggle that you jump everytime your lil' bug moves! Glad that you had a great time on your bug moon xx
Loulla - Glad to hear that your Blue Mountain babymoon was lovely xx
Super Fruity - Woooooo!!! Great NT result!! And I love the idea of sending the DVD to your parents for them to find out your fabulous news. Definitely keep us updated on their reaction!
MaryLou - Tough break on the work front. Though I quite like the hardened approach you're taking - if they're not taking the effort with you, why should you with your work? Loving the idea of you taking bubs to Germany to see your family whilst hubby is on deployment. May as well get that little man of yours his first passport stamp!
Liltuss - Another work horror - not good, pet. How crud that your boss isn't saying anything to you about it all either. Hopefully if you do get made redundant you get a super pretty payout. If you get one - enjoy the massage this week - might help to put work out of your mind - even if it's for an hour or so xx
Little Lion - Yay on the doppler and finding the heartbeat already! You're one lucky cookie - a few of us were around 13-14 weeks when we first heard heartbeats. Enjoy that beautiful boom-boom-boom sound... it's one of the best sounds in the world!
Mojo - Wha? A stork doesn't bring the baby? What is this nonsense that you speak of?!
PZ - Welcome to our little group - I hope you find some comfort in us. If you haven't worked out already - we are most definitely pro doppler. Whatever helps to ease the stress is pretty much a goer by us!
I can't remember who asked (I'm really sorry!!) but YES - I'm from the Riverland in SA. Renmark to be precise
AFM - We have regular bubble popping sensations!! WHOOP WHOOP! Not going crazy
It's taken a week for me to realise that I don't actually have chronic indigestation, but that it's more than likely little Wonder Baby movements. And it's lovely! I only feel it perhaps once a day, though I felt something 4 times last night... I was giggling to myself while hubby just kind of looked at me like I'd lost the plot. Ahh... sweet love!
Babymoon was wonderful. Loved spending the time with hubby. We went into sooooo many baby shops. Was good that we had the time together to actually go into baby shops together to look at stuff. (No babyshops at all here).
We have decided to go the Strider Plus for our pram. Yes it's big, and yes it is heavy. But we like that we can turn the seat to see bub. And we want to start trying for number 2 next year, so it'll be practical for 2 kidlets close-ish together. I'll be getting the pram in a couple of weeks time (mum and dad are buying the pram for us as a present). We'll be getting black.
We bought a car capsule - Steelcraft Agile capsule (in Forest green... it's soooo cool). It fits into the Strider though so that's a good thing
(we liked the fabric of the Agile capsule over the actual Strider capsule)http://www.babyschoice.com.au/products/5/7...rier_in_forest/
We also bought a bassinet. We got a Love n Care bassinet in plain white. Very boring, yet practical. And because we're going with the gender surprise, white is easy. http://mybabywarehouse.com.au/index.php/lo...inet-white.html
Got them both from Pram Warehouse today in Ballarat...
And the other day we bought this bath support to use in our actual bath (sales assistant couldn't speak more highly of it... good enough for me!)http://www.infa-secure.com.au/product_rang...ow-&-Pocket
Like I said - very tired now though (drove home from Melbourne today... I think it was like 7-8 hours of driving.. All up we did 3109km).
So I'm off (this was supposed to be short... eeeK!)
Love you all xxx