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#31 of 58 Old 12-29-2008, 07:53 PM
 
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I'm glad you were able to talk to her are you only considered high risk because of your age? age puts you at higher risk of birth defects, but it shouldn't really make your pregnancy higher risk unless you have other risk factors.

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Did DH seriously have to pick now to make jerky???? The smell is horrendous thanks to my super sensitive pregnancy nose. He just volunteered himself into helping with dinner!

As bad as it sounds, I am not completely excited about this pregnancy yet. I feel really horrible as I admit it. Feeling sick all of the time, not knowing what to eat, being incredibly tired all day, etc., does not make for a happy mama.

Despite this, I do know that when the sickness subsides and I finally feel the little bean moving, I will be much happier.

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Where are you going to do yours? I was thinking cappa as they have a distance training program. I honestly think I could teach it now if I brushed up on a few things, but I know I need to get certified. We should do it together
CBI looks pretty thorough and it's distance training.

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I started getting acid reflux a few days ago and it is progressively getting worse. I've never had it before, but it burns! Any non-med suggestions for dealing with it? I thought it was too early for this!
I think ginger is supposed to help, but I could be wrong.

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Feeling ok, but ready for a "modified" diet tomorrow!
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I am will be 40 when I deliver and am considered high risk. The whole risk thing makes me sad. I wish I could just jump over these next couple of months.
Just remember that 35 or 40 as AMA is absolute nonsense. Not all 40 year olds are anywhere near menopause. : And just because they see you as high risk doesn't mean that YOU have to see yourself that way too.

I got myself freaked out b/c of a dream I had last night and not feeling particularly pregnant this morning. However, as the day progressed I started feeling more gross. Anyway, I had the RE's office do a progesterone draw... guess I'm getting nervous b/c the u/s is on Wednesday morning.

Ok, off to "power nap."

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Oh? What kind of modified diet?
One where I don't eat all the time and site on the couch doing nothing

I went back to the gym today after a month of not going.

Dh and I decided to hire a painter for our new house! : And I also hired someone today to clean the grout, so no paint and no bleach!

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Where are you going to do yours? I was thinking cappa as they have a distance training program. I honestly think I could teach it now if I brushed up on a few things, but I know I need to get certified. We should do it together
I've been leaning towards ICEA as that is the most recognized by all the hospitals/docs around here. At least if I went through them then I may get more referrals from them, and not have everything I do shot down instead. The only prob is that you have to attend a workshop, which is going to be pretty hard this spring summer with 1.being pregnant, 2. dh and I have both been laid off so money is tight for travel, & 3. dh is planning on going to back to doing more roofs this summer to offset the layoff period so no one to watch the little rugrats!
I know that eventually it will all happen in good time, but I just love it when God decides to throw a monkey wrench into the mix!laughup

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Hey mamas - I have been meaning to jump in here but I've had zero time over the past few days....things are somewhat starting to calm down though, my mom left on saturday and my sis leaves tomorrow, so it'll be just us in the house again. Still trying to clean up from Christmas and I have a MOUNTAIN of laundry to do. : Seriously, it's probably about 17 loads. Not looking forward to it at all.

I'm currently at 7 weeks, don't know how many days. I've interviewed a couple of MW's and am pretty sure which one I'm going with, but haven't set up any appointments yet. I'm feeling very blah about this pregnancy.... I feel like it's not really real most of the time, as I posted in another thread. I mean, I'm somewhat excited, but nowhere near as excited as when I first found out. I guess maybe the hormones have just taken over and are making me feel irritated and gloomy about life in general? I dunno. One thing that's irking me is the feeling that I have to walk on eggshells around everyone and remember to tell them what they want to hear, lest I open up a Pandora's box. Like, for instance, my sister. She is 10 years younger than me, but we have a pretty good relationship. She's just finishing up college and planning on going to med school, haha. And here I am planning a homebirth. I figured she might be open-minded to it, and was actually going to ask her if she would like to be there(but to please keep it a secret from our mom, who would drive me nuts). Then on Christmas Eve my sis and I were having a conversation about books we wanted to read, and I was telling her that I'm going to be getting all these birthing books, like 'Birthing from Within' and she said: "what's that?" So I explained what it was about, and she said, with an actual hint of disdain in her voice: "Oh, I thought you were going to say that you wanted to have the baby at home, with a midwife or something."

I almost started laughing. Well, I guess there's no need to bring up THAT subject! It just sucks that I feel like I have to lie to everyone, b/c 1.I'm a crappy liar and 2. I feel so much joy and excitement over the possibility of having this baby at home in the water - and I can't share that with anyone except dh, who will probably be sick of hearing about it pretty soon and my best friend. And I'm very grateful for them(and for you guys, I know you understand), but I just have the feeling of wanting to scream it from the rooftops, and I can't. Maybe that's why I feel so frustrated and grumpy, because I feel kinda stifled? Idk....I'm just eager for January to be here so I can be that much closer to the second tri and start going to my MW appointments. I'm excited for that.

/End ramble. Thanks for reading, mamas.

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Mia: It really sucks when family is not supportive or even thinks you're silly for your birthing choices. I've been there a million times myself! You can share your excitement with us, we'll be excited for you! A home waterbirth is very exciting

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Mia, our birthing choices will not go over well with my family either. But of course, at the end of the day, we're the ones that are responsible for it, and folks just have to accept that and shut the hell up.

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Mia ~ I am so glad your family is leaving. Then you'll be able to get back to focusing on your family and pregnancy without all of the "noise".

I am keeping a lot of this pregnancy to me and dh. We have not offically told family (my Mom knows) and plan to wait until - well who knows. For me as long as dh and I are the same page I feel secure in our decisions and am really not concerned with my what my family thinks. You'll be feeling so much better once your back to your regular schedule and enjoy all of your books.
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Mia- I hear you on birthing choice drama. My MIL and FIL were both at my hospital births with my two sons, and I hate it that they cannot be there for this little one...because of their fears.

Shout it from the roof tops on MDC!!!!

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hey mamas!

we've been SO busy these past few weeks it's hard to keep up! we move back to MI in 10 days and I've got so much to do it's crazy.

little bean is 7wks today and I'm still feeling ill. I've ordered Rainbow Light prenatal's in hopes of not puking them back up. I've also got arctic cod liver oil, dandelion root and milk thistle coming too. I REALLY don't want to be sick this time around!!

I hope everyone is having a good holiday!

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Good luck with your move Anne! I hope the rainbow prenatals help, they are working pretty good for me so far and I just passed 6 weeks.

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Shout it from the roof tops on MDC!!!!
Yeah, it's nice to have this place where I can stick it in my siggy and talk about it as much as I want. Thanks mamas.

Sigh. Back to laundry, I guess. We're back to "normal" and my house is a wreck. Aaaagh.

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Yeah, it's nice to have this place where I can stick it in my siggy and talk about it as much as I want. Thanks mamas.

Sigh. Back to laundry, I guess. We're back to "normal" and my house is a wreck. Aaaagh.
I did six loads of laundry yesterday!

I still need to wash the mountain of towels.
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Yeah, it's nice to have this place where I can stick it in my siggy and talk about it as much as I want. Thanks mamas.
It's great to see someone planning a HBAC. I need lots of support for this goal too. I was all jazzed about homebirth, but I think my repeat losses have REALLY messed with my confidence in my body in general.
Do you know about Conscious Woman? I did some great webinars through them this past year. The "founder," Raquel, just had a baby at home - her 2nd VBAC but 1st HBAC! :

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I did six loads of laundry yesterday!

I still need to wash the mountain of towels.
Holy crap that's a ton of laundry!!! LoL!

My u/s is in 2-1/2 hours. I'm crapping my pants. (I'll need texaspeach to wash my knickers. )

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laundry....
the downside of the holidays. I feel like I'm always doing loads of it but more so these past 2 weeks. we never bring enough clothes with us for an entire visit so I'm always doing laundry while on "vacation" and then another pile when I get home.

RE family support- we haven't told our families. (aside from my SIL because I can't keep anything from here). ds2 has some sn and after he was born everyone made very clear that they did not want us having more children. I'm honestly scared to death to tell anyone because I don't want to hear the nasty comments they're going to make. but the thing is, ds1 is fine and healthy! so who's to say that this babe will be as sick as ds2. it was hard when ds2 was very sick but we've learned from it. we know what meds work and which to avoid. we've got an excellent GI and neuro if this babe has problems too. I find myself so worried about if this baby is going to be ok or not that it's ruining the joy of the occasion. we're moving back to our home town on the 9th/10th and I'm going to be forced to tell my family. I really just don't know how. oddly enough, the hb part isn't going to be the big issue.

sorry to hijack the thread.

gl at your u/s labortrials! (sorry, still trying to remember names)

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My u/s is in 2-1/2 hours. I'm crapping my pants. (I'll need texaspeach to wash my knickers. )
, but really good luck at your u/s.
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RE family support- we haven't told our families. (aside from my SIL because I can't keep anything from here). ds2 has some sn and after he was born everyone made very clear that they did not want us having more children. I'm honestly scared to death to tell anyone because I don't want to hear the nasty comments they're going to make. but the thing is, ds1 is fine and healthy! so who's to say that this babe will be as sick as ds2. it was hard when ds2 was very sick but we've learned from it. we know what meds work and which to avoid. we've got an excellent GI and neuro if this babe has problems too. I find myself so worried about if this baby is going to be ok or not that it's ruining the joy of the occasion. we're moving back to our home town on the 9th/10th and I'm going to be forced to tell my family. I really just don't know how. oddly enough, the hb part isn't going to be the big issue.

sorry to hijack the thread.

gl at your u/s labortrials! (sorry, still trying to remember names)
No need to be sorry for letting us know what your going thru. It really sounds like you have learned a lot and are taking very good care of your ds. You are doing wonderful with your ds's. Hopefully your family will see that. But I can relate to how you feel. I am high risk due to my age and a blood disorder. So yeah the joy gets lost in the shuffle of things. But I do try and relish the little moments (like yeah I am finally pg after a very long time!). We are here for you! I do wish you all the best with your move and letting family know.
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SpringSun I just checked out your siggy and blog- cute pics! We are going skiing in Colorado this Feb and I can't wait to see Ayden skiing! Your son is a doll and Ayden is about 6 months older I think then him so it can be done!!!

No need to apologize about high jacking!!! Weekly chat is all about chatter!

I am sorry that you will be facing those issues when you tell your family. I also dont think it is fair that if you have one child with health problems or sn that is the basis of all your other children.

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Anne, no one has the right to tell you whether or not you should have more kids, only you know what is right for your family. I hope your family surprises you and is happy with the news. After Evan was born and went through everything with his heart my mom said "I think you should be done having kids now" and at the time I agreed. When I told her I was preg she was excited. I think our parents just get scared for us after seeing us struggle. They feel so helpless and want to protect us and our babies from harm, KWIM?

Does anyone have any exciting plans for tonight? We're staying in and making a bunch of appetizers for dinner. After the kids go to bed DH and I are going to play some boardgames. Boy, life has changed a lot in the last 7 years!

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Jilian ~ We are actually pretty much done with our New Years Eve partying. We saw Bolt in 3-D and had an early dinner. I am ready for a nap and then I might actually make it to midnight! It is definitely a different party now.

Happy New Year's everyone :
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SpringSun I just checked out your siggy and blog- cute pics! We are going skiing in Colorado this Feb and I can't wait to see Ayden skiing! Your son is a doll and Ayden is about 6 months older I think then him so it can be done!!!
Thanks! Where are you guys going? We have season passes to Winter Park and Copper. It would be fun to meet you guys! Elijah was just flying down the bunny hill the first day-he loves it and never wants to stop.
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I just put ds to bed at around 7:30ish(kinda early for him, but today was a no nap day), and conked out right next to him. If it wasn't for DH coming home 10 minutes later and calling: "Hello?" up the stairs, I might have slept the whole night.

But, I guess now that I've had a *power* nap, the plan is to clean my kitchen:, look up a recipe for something yummy to make for a potluck we're going to tomorrow, and maybe play a game of Cribbage with DH. Then after the ball drops at midnight, into bed I go.

My New Year's plans are SO much different then say, 5 years ago.

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Good luck with your plan Mia!
I don't think I am going to make it nearly that far. I didn't sleep well last night and had an awfull day because of it... I nearly passed out at work. I stood up from rocking a baby to sleep and my feet almost went out from underneath me... things like that make me worried esspecially when doubled with pregnancy.

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It's great to see someone planning a HBAC. I need lots of support for this goal too. I was all jazzed about homebirth, but I think my repeat losses have REALLY messed with my confidence in my body in general.
Do you know about Conscious Woman? I did some great webinars through them this past year. The "founder," Raquel, just had a baby at home - her 2nd VBAC but 1st HBAC! :


Holy crap that's a ton of laundry!!! LoL!

My u/s is in 2-1/2 hours. I'm crapping my pants. (I'll need texaspeach to wash my knickers. )
How did your u/s go?

Thanks for that link too, I'll definitely check it out.

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labortrials ~ I just noticed that your having twins! Congrats that is wonderful. How was your u/s?

How is everyone doing?
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Wow lab! How are you feeling with the new news? That is exciting!

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congratulations on the twins Kimberly!

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