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15/05/2014 at 07:10
Got my physio appointment first thing this morning, so hopefully she will give me some ideas to help me with my nerve in my thigh. Not much else to report, only felt baby a couple of times yesterday so hoping that they are a bit more wriggly today although I do really have to concentrate to feel them so maybe I wasn't concentrating enough!
15/05/2014 at 08:03
Good luck at the physio I hope they give you some tips.
AFM: got my car seat and isofix base now, just wondering when I should fit the base in my car? When does everyone else plan to do it? Baby has been quite quiet in movements since the night of lots of movements/hiccups/pain. I can still feel them move but just not as defined. Maybe they've moved position?
H is getting on well sorting our garden out. It was overgrown when we moved in. We're putting a small patio in in the corner and he's almost finished laying it, then we'll just need to finish it off properly before we can then sort the rest of the garden. All this sunshine is really making me want to use the garden!
Looks like another lovely day today. Hello to those that follow x
15/05/2014 at 08:29
Bunny - Hope the physio does the trick. I found I wasn't getting regular movements until around 20 weeks or so this time so try not to worry...like you say at that stage you tend to have to really be paying attention. Maybe give yourself half hour - hour of just laying on the bed with a nice cold drink and no distractions :-)
Browny - Last time we tested the base/car seat as soon as we had it, then fitted it permanently in car from around 35 weeks in case we needed a hospital dash! Sounds like you've been very productive so far in the new house - do you have much else to do?
AFM - Appears I've had another overnight growth spurt!! Eek! This baby is clearly going to be a monster compared to my average sized 7lb 9 boy! Work this afternoon, but going to pop out with O this morning...may get him a little treat for being so good at the hairdressers yesterday...He normally screams blue murder, snot and all...but he didn't shed a tear and he even gave the hairdresser a high 5 at the end! ;-) I think he's finally cracked it! Scan tomorrow..beyond excited! We're having a date night to see Godzilla too (how romantic ;-) ) x
15/05/2014 at 09:07
Bunny - good luck with the physio, I hope they can give you some exercises or something to help. Let's us know how it goes.
Browny - if it was me I'd practice putting the car seat in & out so I'm confident in doing it & then would put it in the car about 35 weeks. The garden sounds lovely, I was never really a garden person but when we moved into our new place I started spending most of my time out there, it's lovely to just relax.
Coco - glad O had a better time at the hairdressers. how exciting about the scan!! Come back & tell us how it went (after your romantic night out of course!).
AFM - I finally got my scan date through, will be having it at 21 weeks though which is annoying as I'm so impatient. Baby's room is officially painted, we just need to get some blinds & all the finishing touches. I have to say, it looks like a very grown up baby's room.
15/05/2014 at 18:18
Hi, phsyio gave me some stretches to help and I'm to go back if its not gone or better in 6 weeks. Very tired now as I've been stood on a field for 2 hours with the children doing races. Definitely a sofa evening for me!
Browny don't really know about the base but I definitely recommend trying the car seat regularly. We tried ours in the car when we first got it then it was a few weeks til I went into labour and we spent a good 20 minutes trying to fit it! (We don't have a base). Well done to your h on the garden!
Coco did you get o a treat? Enjoy your date night and please update us tomorrow on your scan! Very exciting.
15/05/2014 at 18:20
Pp that's good that you've got date through. At least you will have 1 less week to wait until baby arrives after the scan!
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