Second Trimester Discussion

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Second Trimester Discussion

Post by Ebony » Mon Mar 29, 2010 8:20 pm

A thread to talk about the second trimester, your baby's development and that cute baby bump, plus general support.

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Post by ~amz~ » Mon Mar 29, 2010 9:46 pm

sorry i have not been on for awhile.. but we found out we are having another little girl, her name is addion mary :D.

i have been rather busy and my lappy had a spak attack and wiped everything :x anyway...

im off for now lol
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Post by Mum Of Tommy Blue Eyes » Tue Mar 30, 2010 6:29 am

Hi Ladies

~amz~, that sounds like a beautiful name! I hope you didn't lose anything too important when your laptop had issues.

I have my ultrasound tuesday next week, I'm very excited to see bubs!

Lastnight DH was able to fee bubs moving. With DS he was too freaked out about it feeling weird so didn't really try to feel his movement much, but he doesn't find it so weird this time so didn't move his hand as soon as he felt something.
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Post by s squirrel » Sat Apr 24, 2010 6:45 pm

just thought i'd take a peek in here :wink:
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Post by Mumtutu » Sun Apr 25, 2010 8:58 am

ralphette wrote:just thought i'd take a peek in here :wink:
Me too. Bout time I 'graduated' I think. I was going to post that I had started to feel less nauseous/spewy and then yesterday had some lovely arvo/eveing vommies. Good fun isn't it?

My morning sickness was over by 13 weeks with both the girls. What are you up to, Beanie Baby?
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Post by MaksMommy » Sun Apr 25, 2010 9:36 am

Hehe... yay. Movement in the 2nd tri section! :-D

I still have bouts of feeling "meh" too.... its interesting.... seeing as I had NOTHING with DD.....

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Post by s squirrel » Sun Apr 25, 2010 10:30 pm

MaksMommy wrote:Hehe... yay. Movement in the 2nd tri section! :-D

I still have bouts of feeling "meh" too.... its interesting.... seeing as I had NOTHING with DD.....
i hate that you werent sick for nine months :oops: but thats just because im so crap at the PG thing myself :oops:
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Post by Mum Of Tommy Blue Eyes » Sun Apr 25, 2010 10:54 pm

Welcome to the second trimester ladies.

I hope that the 'morning' sickness at least eases for you soon. At 22 weeks I'm still feeling nauseous at times but I think it's mostly related to fatigue or over doing it.

I really haven't had that 'boost of energy' I've heard of and that I'm sure I had a bit of with DS, this pregnancy has been quite different so far.

In the last 3 or so weeks I've gone from the 'had a big meal' belly to one that is definatly a baby belly :-D . The people at work have noticed the chance in size too, I only work 3 days a week so there is 4 or 5 days between seeing them.

For some reason though I'm finding it a bit hard to accept that it's time to move into maternity clothes, I thought I'd be excited but I'm finding excuses in my head to just wear the clothes I got after I had DS when I got sick of wearing maternity things and got sizes bigger than my usual. I cant still wear my jeans/pants they are a little tight under my bump but my tops would get too out of shape and I want to have the option of wearing them after...

best stop rambling now...
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Post by MaksMommy » Mon Apr 26, 2010 8:00 am

ralphette wrote:
MaksMommy wrote:Hehe... yay. Movement in the 2nd tri section! :-D

I still have bouts of feeling "meh" too.... its interesting.... seeing as I had NOTHING with DD.....
i hate that you werent sick for nine months :oops: but thats just because im so crap at the PG thing myself :oops:
Oh man. I KNOW. But I think that if I would have had any symptoms, things would have been a lot different! I needed that pregnancy to go by like it wasnt even happening for a long time! :oops:

But I would GLADLY give you some of that. Even what I am feeling now... you can have it. As long as I dont get yours in return :wink:

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Post by chook » Tue Apr 27, 2010 7:27 am

are we moving over........
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Post by Roquen » Wed Apr 28, 2010 3:03 pm

Hi everyone!

Thought I'd pop in here, has been a while since I have been on these forums. I'm 18 weeks with our 2nd bubby. Really excited and already want to start going through all our baby things to see what I need to go shopping for :-D

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Post by s squirrel » Fri Apr 30, 2010 6:58 pm

Hi ladies
Im out of hospy, woo hoo :-D
If you can't fly, then run,
if you can't run, then walk,
if you can't walk, then crawl,
but whatever you do you have to keep moving
forward.... – MLK

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Post by Jess64 » Fri Apr 30, 2010 7:00 pm

Yay Ralphette. I think I belong in here.
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Post by MaksMommy » Sat May 01, 2010 7:13 am

Yaaaay Ralphy!!!! :)

and hi Roquen

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Post by mum2H&R » Sat May 01, 2010 8:43 am

okay coming across too :-D

Had an OB appointment on Wednesday, I had protein in my urine so had to do a midstream sample, OB is thinking it's a UTI. I really felt fine until Thursday but now I feel really tired and I'm convinced that my kidneys are a bit tender - but the mind's a very powerful thing, it's probably nothing but because someone has said I might have something then of course I do. :roll: Hoping it's not as I really want to avoid going on AB's or taking anything this pregnancy - due to all the allergy issues that R has.

Apart from that everything is good.

Hope everyone else is good and finally getting back that energy that we're meant to in this trimester.

Yay Ralphy, glad your back & hope you're feeling a little better
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