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holly

Mine's a double
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Just want to also add our congratulations.

[Axe murder]

Holly & JonoT

xxx

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welsh dragon

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Well done, God bless, and many congratulations!
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Ophelia
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Nothing better to put a smile on peoples faces!
Congratulations!

[Yipee] [Axe murder] [Yipee] [Axe murder] [Yipee]

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Chorister

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Congratulations, Took [Smile]

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MiceElf

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Brilliant news..... Congrats to Tookey and Mr Took. [Axe murder] [Axe murder]

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jlg

What is this place?
Why am I here?
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Congratulations, Took! May the Tooklet eat heartily, sleep long and often, and smile at you the rest of the time. [Smile]
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The_Lilith_Adams
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Mazal Tov to the Took Family - wishing you all that you wish for yourselves - and more!

TLA xx

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Welcome to the world, Swimmer!

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Honeybones
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Congrats!!!
I feel a very strong urge to pop over with a casserole and some ice cream. And a jumbo pack of diapers.
Cause thats what you do.

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Bronwyn
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Congratulations!!!!! I have been forced off line for a few days and have been thinking and praying for you. Now on Seans work puter which is a lap top(YUCK) I keep putting on the caps lock.

All is well with baby kicking all the time. I did feel her (or him) kick from 12 weeks. (now 17 weeks)

On the boy girl thing we have a chance to find if we have a girl or boy maybe soon how do you decide? I don't really want to know Sean does. I guess I am inclined to let him decide as so far he has only seen one ultrasound and i HAVE FELT BABY KICK AND FELT SICK AND so on. I am not too fussed I just guess traditionally no one knew.

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Jane R
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[Axe murder] [Yipee] for Tooks and Swimmer.

Bronwyn, I think it's very noble of you to let Sean decide on the 'boy or girl' thing. I was mildly interested in finding out, but Other Half was dead set against knowing. He said it would 'spoil the surprise'. So I respected his wishes and didn't ask either, because I would never have been able to keep quiet about it that long.

I remember being overwhelmed with astonishment when I saw her for the first time. I don't know what I was expecting, but here was this real (tiny) human being with her very own face, and it didn't look at all how I'd thought it would. I don't think knowing in advance that she was going to be a girl would have spoiled the surprise much (and it's very useful if you want to go down the pink/blue route for the nursery etc.).

HTH,

Jane R

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Tree Bee

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My first baby was born on 8th Feb 1980.
All the hope and dreams that I had for her on that day have come to pass.
I pray the same for you, Took.

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Fool of a Took

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Thanks so much, everybody- what a wonderful array of good wishes to come home to!

Hazel Elizabeth Ruth is upstairs sleeping.
Hazel-nut is such a good hobbit-ish name, I couldn't resist. I still have to figure out how to post photos- and much of my brain is distracted elsewhere. You'll just have to take my word for how gorgeous she is. [Big Grin]

'Swimmer' was an apt moniker- thanks to whoever it was came up with it! Everything went 'swimmingly' well from starting active labour around midnight to her arrival at 7:30 am. Doc arrived to start inducing, and was just in time to catch her instead. His first words to me were 'stop pushing, there's her head'.

And there's the bell, summoning me to the first non-hospital food I've seen in days...

[Axe murder] [Tear] [Votive]

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Auntie Doris

Screen Goddess
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Hazel.... what a pretty name.

Congratulations to you all!! [Axe murder]

Auntie Doris x

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Fool of a Took

chock full o' nuts
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hmm... what happens if I post this link ?
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noelper
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Deep Joy and Hope to you and all of your family [Big Grin] , Took.

[Yipee] [Yipee] [Axe murder] [Votive]

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Grits
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Precious baby. Thank you for the photo.

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Manda
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Gorgeous [Axe murder] [Yipee]

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Dee.
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Awwwwwwwww

[Axe murder]

Wee Sweetheart

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Suze

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Thanks for the photos Took, she's simply gorgeous.

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Horatio Harumph
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how gorgous!

once again congrats to you mate!

continuing to think and pray for you all [Big Grin]

lookin x

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neandergirl

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She's lovely - such beautifully coloured hair!

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We come from love, we return to love, and all around is love.
Lord, ease our burdens, give us peace and enable us to do your work. Tree Bee

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Rat
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Lovely, Took. Congratulations! [Yipee]

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Trudy Scrumptious

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Haven't checked this thread in ages, but I was just schelpping around the Ship this morning thinking, "I wonder if Took has had that baby yet?" when I saw the happy news! Congratulations!

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Freelance Monotheist
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Wow, congratulations Took, what a beautiful little girl!
Hazel is such a pretty name!

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Kelly Alves

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[Big Grin] Took. Mom and daught as pretty as can be.

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Jesus loves me, this I know” of they don’t believe “Kelly loves me, this I know.”
Kelly Alves, somewhere around 2003.

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Melisande
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Oh, she's lovely, Took. The hair especially. I love how they fold up like little tree frogs at first.

Bronwyn, I didn't want to know the gender with either child; my husband did. With both, we ended up deciding to let it flash us at the ultrasound if it wanted to. Neither did, though I could have sworn I saw boy parts on the second; still, I spent a while thinking the kidneys and bladder were its face, so not too surprising I was wrong....

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It is only a door.
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Mamacita

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Welcome Hazelnut! What a cutie!

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Chorister

Completely Frocked
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Congratulations Took. And welcome to baby Hazel.
The ship's creche is getting comfortably full. Who's volunteering for creche hosting duties?

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Jen.

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quote:
Originally posted by Chorister:
The ship's creche is getting comfortably full. Who's volunteering for creche hosting duties?

Oooh, Oooh, Me!

Congrats Took and little hazel [Big Grin]

J

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Dee.
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oh me to,

I love babies and since I dont have any of my own I like borrowing other peoples. I have a neice and a God daughter both cute wee buttons under 1 year old.

I will be nice to your bubbies I prommise!

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Raylene
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Lovely baby.

Congratulations to the whole clan!

R [Axe murder]

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ecumaniac

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[Axe murder] to Took and Tooklet.

Unfortunately I'm so disorganised I only posted your baby hat today. Hopefully it gets there before Tooklet is too big to wear it!

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Ophelia
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What a gorgeous little girl! [Yipee]

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Flausa

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Had my regular health visitor and GP check-up today, and tested with sugar in my urine. They've scheduled me in for a glucose-tolerance test tomorrow. Please pray that the elevated levels were just because I took my sample after I'd had breakfast and a glass of fruit juice rather than first thing after getting out of bed.
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Fool of a Took

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That's very likely, Flausa.
[Votive] for you both.
May you not only have good test results, but peace of mind.

I recommend NOT going for your glucose tolerance test right after a big lunch topped off by a large bar of chocolate. (Not my smartest day... I blame the placenta-brain)

If, however, the glucose tolerance test *does* reveal a problem, remember it isn't the end of the world- just a reminder to eat really well for a while. And if your sugars are up- better to know it early and get it under control. (Sure, easy for me to say now that I can eat chocolate again [Biased] )

If you'd like to check your own urine for sugars (and ketones, and protein) at home, I could send you the remainder of a 100-test-strip package, purchased at my expense and used for 3 days. [brick wall]

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Freelance Monotheist
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Put me on creche duty too, I love kids of all ages and not only am I the eldest of 4 (9 years between me & youngest) but have lots of experience babysitting!
Again, Took, she's gorgeous!

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Amazing Grace

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Congrats to la familia Took! The hazelnut is gorgeous!

Charlotte

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Flausa

Mad Woman
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Well, they have now starved me overnight, forced me to drink a horrid, sugary drink called Lucozade, and stole two vials of my blood. I should have the test results next week, which means until then, they have to assume that I am diabetic, so no sugar (though after that wretched drink I don't want it anyway).

The frustrating thing about it is I don't really eat a lot of sugary stuff anyway (though the health visitor said that the muesli I eat has quite a bit of sugar in it). I have on average maybe one sweet a week, so doc has said I have to eliminate all the fruit juice from my diet. Which means I'm down to drinking water and milk since I don't drink soda or squash. Anyway, I have to keep reminding myself that no matter how dreadful it sounds at the moment, it's still better than how my father-in-law is going to be with food after they remove his stomach because of the cancer. See, I can find the silver lining in any cloud. [Waterworks]

Took, I'll let you know if I need the strips next week. Thanks for the offer! Hope you are enjoying the Hazelnut as much as you are enjoying your freedom to eat chocolate again.

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Fool of a Took

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[Frown]
Courage for the week ahead, Flausa!
The nothing-but-water-and-milk was hard on me, too. Mr. Took was under orders to bring a big bottle of premium orange juice to me in hospital.

Are you a cheese-lover? Cuz that doesn't break down into sugar- making it a guilt-free snack. And real butter melting all over your vegetables (the Wee Wan needs the calories!) And a small scoop of premium ice-cream is sometimes good for your soul- and better for your body than a large bowl of no-sugar-added ice-cream substitute [Biased]

And if Alan doesn't also change the way he eats, at least when you're dining together, you always have the option to kick him in the shins.

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Flausa

Mad Woman
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Well, currently Alan is under obligation to finish the apple-rhubarb crumble that I made on Sunday. So I can't really kick him for something that I asked him to do. Tickle him mercilessly if he seems to enjoy the crumble too much, but kick him ... nahhhhh.

Oh, and mmmmmmmmm ... cheeeeeeeeeeeeeese.

[ 15. February 2006, 12:13: Message edited by: Flausa ]

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Bronwyn
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Hopefully Flausa you will be one of those people who just allow sugar out that way. It is quite normal for some people and it is not diabetes. Still the GTT is a good idea I am having one next week myself. (Family history of diabetes and well my weight)

I am so tired at the moment I am finding work hard and I am STILL vommiting. Oh well at least we have the baby God promised us. Is anyone else keeping a diary?

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Dee.
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[Votive] for the vomiting
[Yipee] for the baby

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Chocoholic
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I've got a couple of friends who are pregnant at the moment and one told me about a new thing for morning sickness, the other has tried it and it works for her too.

Its a CD from here. It makes some funny sounds but is quite effective.

I hope this is helpful to people, or if its seen as advrtising that the hosts will kindly remove it.

Choccie (they are friends, honestly, its not me!) [Big Grin]

[ 16. February 2006, 12:30: Message edited by: Chocoholic ]

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Ophelia
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I'm bumping this up so Miss Jane can find it, as I am not a clever person when it comes to link thingys. [Smile]

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miss jane
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thankyou, clergyman's daughter!
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miss jane
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(sorry for the double post)

hello all, I'm new to this thread, so I guess I should introduce myself. My name is Jane (I know this is fairly obvious, but it seems like a non-introduction if I don't include it!) and I am expecting my first child on or around July 16th this year.

cheers,
Jane

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Flausa

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Welcome and congratulations, Jane! Grab yourself a nice soft cushion, a glass of milk, and join the fun.
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Oops! Just read your other thread, but wasn't in time to come back here and delete my previous post.

Just in the way of comment, I do think there's a reason that pregnancy lasts nine months, and I'm not talking just for the baby's development. I think most of us need at least that long to get used to the idea of becoming a parent and the other impacts that this will have on our social, emotional, physical, sexual, and spiritual life.

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Flausa,

I'm thinking about you and your blood test results. When I was pregnant I had to go through exactly the same thing, and it turns out it was all just because I had eaten practically a whole bunch of grapes. I hope that it is a similar explanation for you!

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