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<p>I'm so with you!  I went to bed totally fine 4.5 hours ago, and woke up with I guess what could be called "acid stomach".  I had this with DD, but avoided it with DS.  They were both hairy babies.  It has to be from the few sips of water I had right before I went to bed.  Or, maybe it's like the 100,000 sugar cookies the kids and I made and decorated this afternoon.  Some of the broken ones *did* disappear.</p>
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<p>My OB said Pepcid was fine, so I rummaged around our closet.  I have Pepcid Complete, but not Pepcid AC.  Hope it's ok!</p>
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<p>I have been reading but not posting.  I don't really care for the new format.</p>
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<p>Somehow, I managed to pass my GD screen (barely).  I'm flying from L.A. to Chicago with DD in early January to see my grandma.  I'm not really lookingI forward to it, since traveling at 6-7 months in the past has left me with painfully swollen ankles.  I may get some old lady socks to wear on the plane.  And I had to buy DD, who's coming with me, cold-weather gear.  And I thought the plane tickets were expensive!  Sheesh.  I didn't even really think about warm maternity clothes - I have none. </p>
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<p>I'm not officially in the 3rd tri yet, but my body has decided it doesn't care.  I've been doing lots of Christmas stuff with the kids, and being on my feet all day = extremely painful lower back and contractions.  I'm lucky I get to stay home with them right now, but it's a lot harder on my body than my office jobs were with the other two, that's for sure!  On the days I feel really bad, I beg DH to get a vasectomy.</p>
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<p>I'm getting excited about the baby, and even feeling grateful for the surprise.  It's going to be hard, I think, but we would have never planned a third for a number of reasons, and deep in my heart of irrational hearts, I suppose I wanted one.  In a general kind of way.  But I'm getting antsy to meet this kid! </p>
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<p>I am also grateful for feeling so much more movement as she gets stronger.  It's so reassuring.</p>
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<p>My midwife said 3rd try starts sometime between 26-27 weeks... </p>
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<p>quote "the problem is that you can divide 40 evenly by 3"  =)    She would not even say when exactly she counts it...  so I am figuring I am close enough at 26 weeks + a couple days that I will count it - why not?!  I feel more 3rd tri these days anyway.</p>
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<p>I also have heartburn, but it seems to bug me more often when I have stood up... not when laying down... weird.   So far an occasional tums and trying to remember to not eat too much and to eat more often.  I am tall so I still have a fair amount of room in my stomach but largish normal size meals defiantly give me heartburn.</p>
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<p>Not sure how much I will be on here the next few weeks.  Finals crunch time at school... just waiting to start getting the stacks of grading... then a looong drive to Arkansas and a nice x-mas with family down there.  Then back home and getting ready for the next semester.</p>
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<p>This Saturday we have our first Christmas celebration with my MIL since we are going out of town.    Then on Sunday I am taking DD to the nutcracker ballet.  We are going to dress up and make a special day out of it.  I hope she really likes it!  My dad used to take me out to plays/music etc. at nice theaters when I would visit him (parents were divorced) and I LOVED dressing up and going to the fancy theaters etc.</p>
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<p>I hope the approaching holidays treat you all well and you manage to relax a bit at some point!</p>
 

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<p>I think I killed my Christmas tree.  It is a little potted one.  No matter what I do, I can;t seem to keep it moist.  It's been getting about 3 quarts of water a day, and still dry and shedding like crazy.  I haven't turned on the lights for a week, out of fear of the heat worsening it.  I am pretty sure it was dead at least a few days ago.  I hope it holds on to enough needles to look ok for a while.  It needs to make it to Jan 7 at least!</p>
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<p>In other bad news, my dress will probably not arrive in time to wear it to DH's office Christmas party.  It shipped ages ago, and according to UPS it arrived to Raleigh (neighboring town) a week ago, but no news about it since then.  I don't want to go out and spend money on another maternity dress to wear once.  And this one was a great deal, or I wouldn't have bought it. </p>
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<p>So, I spent an hour this morning figuring out something acceptable to wear.  But I am not happy.  I wanted to look elegant and sexy, and now I have to look huge and frumpy.  This is especially an issue because DH has been ashamed of my appearance lately and was uncomfortable about me coming to the party and being seen by his coworkers.  Not that I am unattractive or anything.  We're both just kinda spoiled because I always had such a perfect body.  Pregnancy is a depressing time for us, when my best assets go out of service for us.  Not wanting to spend a fortune on maternity clothes that maximizes my appearance, I make do with oversized clothes that is shapeless.</p>
 

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<div class="quote-block">Originally Posted by <strong>Lady Lilya</strong> <a href="/community/forum/thread/1282861/december-chat-thread/100#post_16117990"><img alt="View Post" class="inlineimg" src="/community/img/forum/go_quote.gif" style="border-bottom:0px solid;border-left:0px solid;border-top:0px solid;border-right:0px solid;"></a><br><br><p>I think I killed my Christmas tree.  It is a little potted one.  No matter what I do, I can;t seem to keep it moist.  It's been getting about 3 quarts of water a day, and still dry and shedding like crazy.  I haven't turned on the lights for a week, out of fear of the heat worsening it.  I am pretty sure it was dead at least a few days ago.  I hope it holds on to enough needles to look ok for a while.  It needs to make it to Jan 7 at least!</p>
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<p>In other bad news, my dress will probably not arrive in time to wear it to DH's office Christmas party.  It shipped ages ago, and according to UPS it arrived to Raleigh (neighboring town) a week ago, but no news about it since then.  I don't want to go out and spend money on another maternity dress to wear once.  And this one was a great deal, or I wouldn't have bought it. </p>
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<p>So, I spent an hour this morning figuring out something acceptable to wear.  But I am not happy.  I wanted to look elegant and sexy, and now I have to look huge and frumpy.  This is especially an issue because DH has been ashamed of my appearance lately and was uncomfortable about me coming to the party and being seen by his coworkers.  Not that I am unattractive or anything.  We're both just kinda spoiled because I always had such a perfect body.  Pregnancy is a depressing time for us, when my best assets go out of service for us.  Not wanting to spend a fortune on maternity clothes that maximizes my appearance, I make do with oversized clothes that is shapeless.</p>
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<p>Hope the dress gets there brofre the party!!!</p>
 

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<p>I haven't been on for a long time- finished up finals last week and now I'm kind of just puttering around. I got Christmas decorations up yesterday, and now of course my 7 month old kitty keeps undecorating the tree, it's sooooo annoying. He managed to bare the whole bottom third of the tree (it's pretty small, though, tall and skinny) in like 5 minutes this morning right after we let him out of our bedroom. We had confined him with us all night because he was attacking the tree after we went to bed, so of course he spent several hours driving me crazy and keeping me awake. Why do I have pets again?</p>
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<p>I also started using this recipe: <a href="http://www.motherearthnews.com/Real-Food/Artisan-Bread-In-Five-Minutes-A-Day.aspx" target="_blank">http://www.motherearthnews.com/Real-Food/Artisan-Bread-In-Five-Minutes-A-Day.aspx</a></p>
<p>to make bread, and I can't believe how good the bread is and how easy the process is. I ordered the authors' newer book, Healthy Bread in 5 Minutes a Day, and I'm so excited about it. So far I've made a loaf of bread, pizza, focaccia, and caramelized onion dinner rolls... so tasty. The best part is there is no kneading (which I hate doing).</p>
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<p>I can hardly believe I am at 28 weeks today! Except that I feel huge, my belly is pressing upwards on my ribcage and driving me nuts. Ugh, I'm dreading how uncomfortable I am going to be for the next 12 weeks!</p>
 

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<p>Does anyone else tummy goes on the counter when they cook or wash dishes??? LOL Mine does. The girls find it funny when they saw that and said that the baby wanted to help me.</p>
 

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<div class="quote-block">Originally Posted by <strong>Sandrine</strong> <a href="/community/forum/thread/1282861/december-chat-thread/100#post_16118284"><img alt="View Post" class="inlineimg" src="/img/forum/go_quote.gif"></a><br><br><p>Does anyone else tummy goes on the counter when they cook or wash dishes??? LOL Mine does. The girls find it funny when they saw that and said that the baby wanted to help me.</p>
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Oh yeah. I can't seem to do dishes anymore without ending up with a huge wet spot on my shirt when I'm done. <img alt="lol.gif" class="bbcode_smiley" src="http://files.mothering.com/images/smilies/lol.gif"><br><br><br>
Leigh... I'm not even sure what to say about your husband being ashamed of your appearance.... <img alt="irked.gif" class="bbcode_smiley" src="http://files.mothering.com/images/smilies/irked.gif">
 

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<div class="quote-block">Originally Posted by <strong>Sandrine</strong> <a href="/community/forum/thread/1282861/december-chat-thread/100#post_16118284"><img alt="View Post" class="inlineimg" src="/community/img/forum/go_quote.gif" style="border-bottom:0px solid;border-left:0px solid;border-top:0px solid;border-right:0px solid;"></a><br><br><p>Does anyone else tummy goes on the counter when they cook or wash dishes??? LOL Mine does. The girls find it funny when they saw that and said that the baby wanted to help me.</p>
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Oh yeah. I can't seem to do dishes anymore without ending up with a huge wet spot on my shirt when I'm done. <img alt="lol.gif" class="bbcode_smiley" src="http://files.mothering.com//images/smilies/lol.gif" style="width:1px;height:1px;"><br><br><span style="color:#0000cd;">Mine too!!!. I was flushing dd3's ear and so she was sitting on the counter. My belly was on her knees and she said: "I'm holding baby. " <span><img alt="lol.gif" src="http://files.mothering.com/images/smilies/lol.gif" style="width:15px;height:31px;"></span></span></p>
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<p>My grandfather passed away last week, and the last few days have been a whirlwind of flights to his funeral services and back, as well as the visitation, service, and graveside service themselves.  I'm so glad to be home!  I got the house mostly decorated before we left.  I just need to get a wreath (I like using a tiny, fake tree and a big, real wreath) and bake about 600 more cookies for our annual cookie party this coming Sunday evening.  And I have it as my goal to finish my Christmas shopping by the end of this weekend.  I may be doing some online shopping at work tomorrow...  ;)</p>
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<p>My husband and I may be closer to name agreement.  For some reason, he likes Ulysses, which I like just fine in theory as a name but don't like with the last name we've chosen.  But we both have been liking Sebastian over the past few days.  That said, my husband is now concerned that it's too trendy.  It might be getting more popular, sure, but I don't think it sounds "trendy."  And definitely not as trendy as some of the other names I like.  Hmmm...</p>
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<p>Lyss, I want to fly from NYC to LA in early January to visit a friend in film school, but I'm also less-than-psyched about the flight.  We haven't made reservations yet.</p>
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<p>I'm 25 weeks along now and still feeling pretty good, but I do notice myself getting tired, creaky, and "waddling" more easily.</p>
 

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<div class="quote-block">Originally Posted by <strong>Neuromancer</strong> <a href="/community/forum/thread/1282861/december-chat-thread/100#post_16119277"><img alt="View Post" class="inlineimg" src="/community/img/forum/go_quote.gif" style="border-bottom:0px solid;border-left:0px solid;border-top:0px solid;border-right:0px solid;"></a><br><br><p>My grandfather passed away last week, and the last few days have been a whirlwind of flights to his funeral services and back, as well as the visitation, service, and graveside service themselves.  I'm so glad to be home!  I got the house mostly decorated before we left.  I just need to get a wreath (I like using a tiny, fake tree and a big, real wreath) and bake about 600 more cookies for our annual cookie party this coming Sunday evening.  And I have it as my goal to finish my Christmas shopping by the end of this weekend.  I may be doing some online shopping at work tomorrow...  ;)</p>
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<p>My husband and I may be closer to name agreement.  For some reason, he likes Ulysses, which I like just fine in theory as a name but don't like with the last name we've chosen.  But we both have been liking Sebastian over the past few days.  That said, my husband is now concerned that it's too trendy.  It might be getting more popular, sure, but I don't think it sounds "trendy."  And definitely not as trendy as some of the other names I like.  Hmmm...</p>
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<p>Uh oh! I love Sebastien(Sebastian) too. It's going to be part of our boy's name if we have a boy. We are following the tradition of boy's names that starts with Jean-********. Dh's grandfather and dad and himself have names like this. The ****** is different for each one.  If tradition goes for us, we always had a boy's name but no girl's name and we got girls. LOL SO this baby is a girl too, probably.</p>
 

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<div class="quote-block">Originally Posted by <strong>Sandrine</strong> <a href="/community/forum/thread/1282861/december-chat-thread/100#post_16119430"><img alt="View Post" class="inlineimg" src="/community/img/forum/go_quote.gif" style="border:0px solid;"></a><br><br><br><br><div class="quote-container"><span>Quote:</span>
<div class="quote-block">Originally Posted by <strong>Neuromancer</strong> <a href="/community/forum/thread/1282861/december-chat-thread/100#post_16119277"><img alt="View Post" class="inlineimg" src="/community/img/forum/go_quote.gif" style="border:0px solid;"></a><br><br><p>My grandfather passed away last week, and the last few days have been a whirlwind of flights to his funeral services and back, as well as the visitation, service, and graveside service themselves.  I'm so glad to be home!  I got the house mostly decorated before we left.  I just need to get a wreath (I like using a tiny, fake tree and a big, real wreath) and bake about 600 more cookies for our annual cookie party this coming Sunday evening.  And I have it as my goal to finish my Christmas shopping by the end of this weekend.  I may be doing some online shopping at work tomorrow...  ;)</p>
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<p>My husband and I may be closer to name agreement.  For some reason, he likes Ulysses, which I like just fine in theory as a name but don't like with the last name we've chosen.  But we both have been liking Sebastian over the past few days.  That said, my husband is now concerned that it's too trendy.  It might be getting more popular, sure, but I don't think it sounds "trendy."  And definitely not as trendy as some of the other names I like.  Hmmm...</p>
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<p> I'm sorry to hear about your loss. :candle:</p>
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<p>Uh oh! I love Sebastien(Sebastian) too. It's going to be part of our boy's name if we have a boy. We are following the tradition of boy's names that starts with Jean-********. Dh's grandfather and dad and himself have names like this. The ****** is different for each one.  If tradition goes for us, we always had a boy's name but no girl's name and we got girls. LOL SO this baby is a girl too, probably.</p>
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I won't tell my husband there's another Sebastien/an in the works.  ;)</p>
 

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<p>NY and Northern Ontario, Canda are pretty far from each other. There is  only a slight chance we get to meet one day. :)</p>
 

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<p>ooooh, i love sebastian!! i've loved it ever since i saw Blade Runner for the first time, some 20 years ago :D in fact... i'm going to have to think on that one. :D</p>
 
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<div class="quote-block">Originally Posted by <strong>Sandrine</strong> <a href="/community/forum/thread/1282861/december-chat-thread/100#post_16119489"><img alt="View Post" class="inlineimg" src="/community/img/forum/go_quote.gif" style="border:0px solid;"></a><br><br><p>NY and Northern Ontario, Canda are pretty far from each other. There is  only a slight chance we get to meet one day. :)</p>
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That's my thought, too.  I won't be bothered by any MDC parent using a similar name to the one I choose.  ;)</p>
 

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<p>I think we're finally going to do our Christmas tree tomorrow. This will be our first one together, DF and I haven't been able to have one the last two years. </p>
 

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<p>I like Sebastian.  Although I've always loved Bastian ever since I watched The Neverending Story.  It was one of the names I was considering for my DS, but DH shot it down.  I thought about pulling out again for this LO, but decided not to.</p>
 

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<p>We like Sebastian, too, but we already have a couple kids with "s" names and our last name starts with "s", so we've never used it.  </p>
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<p>As for me, I'm 27 weeks now, and had two prenatals this week.  The first was with the midwives, and I got to talk with my primary's partner and meet the student.  As of now, we are going to prep our home for a home birth, in case I go into a fast labor and/or the weather is terrible.  If we get to 39-40 weeks without that happening, we are planning to induce by rupture of membranes at either the birth center or the hospital, depending on what seems best at the time.  My situation is rather unique, in that our home is 45 min in good weather from a decent hospital (the slightly closer hospital sends all high risk to the other by ambulance, and it's an hour from there).  I have a history of rapid labor, and rapid...mild labor, to the point I thought I had hours to go moments before I birthed my last little girl.  So, if I go into labor at home, it's likely not a good idea to leave, unless my water ruptures before contractions start.</p>
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<p>So I'm now measuring 37 cm.  I've gained somewhere around 30-35 lbs.  BP is great, had the blood draw for glucose screening, and still holding off the GBS hordes which are threatening my urine cultures (had a wonderful GBS UTI around week 17).  </p>
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<p>Today I had U/S #2 with the OB that we will use if we go with a hospital birth.  Babies are looking great, but both had their backs to us. LOL  I did not get an estimated weight.  I keep forgetting, but the OB said they're growing "really well".  So that's good.  Baby A was breech today and Baby B is transverse again.  I'd already determined s/he liked to hang transverse a lot of the time.  Got both FHTs from the U/S (could only find one at the midwife, but I'd heard both earlier that day, so no worries).  Unfortunately, when we got there the OB was in a cesarean and I was asked to wait after the tech finished the U/S.  My husband had to leave and get back to work, and 2yo and 4yo were getting antsy.  But, she'd talked to my midwives and "wanted to talk to me", and I had things I needed to ask her, so we waited.  Not fun.  I love midwives. LOL  </p>
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<p>The OB finally made it, and she really is a sweetheart.  We discussed all my concerns with delivering in the hospital, and I feel much more comfortable that if we go that route, I won't be railroaded into things I don't want.  I made it clear that I don't want any bulb suctioning, because I feel it is really pointless and harmful to breastfeeding, and she AGREED and rarely suctions either.  Yay!  Also, I don't want my babies bathed, and that didn't seem to phase her at all, either.  I also confirmed that an old Ped. we used to use was now associated with her hospital so hopefully I can get in contact with him and work out a plan for early release after birth.  We would also plan an AROM induction if we go the hospital route.  Inducing would also give us the opportunity to make sure I got the IV abx for the GBS, which I probably wouldn't have time for if waiting for natural labor.  The GBS in the urine is an indication of a more virulent strain, esp. since the oral abx I took earlier didn't completely wipe it out.  With twins being possibly smaller/more vulnerable, I think the abx are a good idea (and necessary if I want to get out of the hospital shortly after birth).  </p>
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<p>Sorry for the novel!  A lot happening in the last couple days, and I'm still processing it all.  And my midwives have put me on the every 2 week schedule now.  Already!?!  </p>
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<div class="quote-block">Originally Posted by <strong>mylilmonkeys</strong> <a href="/community/forum/thread/1282861/december-chat-thread/100#post_16122019"><img alt="View Post" class="inlineimg" src="/community/img/forum/go_quote.gif" style="border:0px solid;"></a><br><br><p>We like Sebastian, too, but we already have a couple kids with "s" names and our last name starts with "s", so we've never used it.  </p>
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<p>As for me, I'm 27 weeks now, and had two prenatals this week.  The first was with the midwives, and I got to talk with my primary's partner and meet the student.  As of now, we are going to prep our home for a home birth, in case I go into a fast labor and/or the weather is terrible.  If we get to 39-40 weeks without that happening, we are planning to induce by rupture of membranes at either the birth center or the hospital, depending on what seems best at the time.  My situation is rather unique, in that our home is 45 min in good weather from a decent hospital (the slightly closer hospital sends all high risk to the other by ambulance, and it's an hour from there).  I have a history of rapid labor, and rapid...mild labor, to the point I thought I had hours to go moments before I birthed my last little girl.  So, if I go into labor at home, it's likely not a good idea to leave, unless my water ruptures before contractions start.</p>
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<p>So I'm now measuring 37 cm.  I've gained somewhere around 30-35 lbs.  BP is great, had the blood draw for glucose screening, and still holding off the GBS hordes which are threatening my urine cultures (had a wonderful GBS UTI around week 17).  </p>
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<p>Today I had U/S #2 with the OB that we will use if we go with a hospital birth.  Babies are looking great, but both had their backs to us. LOL  I did not get an estimated weight.  I keep forgetting, but the OB said they're growing "really well".  So that's good.  Baby A was breech today and Baby B is transverse again.  I'd already determined s/he liked to hang transverse a lot of the time.  Got both FHTs from the U/S (could only find one at the midwife, but I'd heard both earlier that day, so no worries).  Unfortunately, when we got there the OB was in a cesarean and I was asked to wait after the tech finished the U/S.  My husband had to leave and get back to work, and 2yo and 4yo were getting antsy.  But, she'd talked to my midwives and "wanted to talk to me", and I had things I needed to ask her, so we waited.  Not fun.  I love midwives. LOL  </p>
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<p>The OB finally made it, and she really is a sweetheart.  We discussed all my concerns with delivering in the hospital, and I feel much more comfortable that if we go that route, I won't be railroaded into things I don't want.  I made it clear that I don't want any bulb suctioning, because I feel it is really pointless and harmful to breastfeeding, and she AGREED and rarely suctions either.  Yay!  Also, I don't want my babies bathed, and that didn't seem to phase her at all, either.  I also confirmed that an old Ped. we used to use was now associated with her hospital so hopefully I can get in contact with him and work out a plan for early release after birth.  We would also plan an AROM induction if we go the hospital route.  Inducing would also give us the opportunity to make sure I got the IV abx for the GBS, which I probably wouldn't have time for if waiting for natural labor.  The GBS in the urine is an indication of a more virulent strain, esp. since the oral abx I took earlier didn't completely wipe it out.  With twins being possibly smaller/more vulnerable, I think the abx are a good idea (and necessary if I want to get out of the hospital shortly after birth).  </p>
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<p>Sorry for the novel!  A lot happening in the last couple days, and I'm still processing it all.  And my midwives have put me on the every 2 week schedule now.  Already!?!  </p>
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<br><br><p>I think my midwives will start me on an every two weeks appointment schedule after our appointment next week. right now I'm on an every 3 weeks schedule because they wanted to be able to do a blood draw at 28 weeks, and I went into my first appointment at 22 weeks. </p>
 

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<p>i'll be going to every two weeks after my appt next week too!</p>
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<p>things are going okay i just can't beleive how high this baby is sitting</p>
 

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Well, I discovered today that sushi gives me heartburn. damn. It was soooo worth it though. <img alt="orngbiggrin.gif" class="bbcode_smiley" src="http://files.mothering.com/images/smilies/orngbiggrin.gif"> Maybe next time I'll skip all the spicy rolls and see if that helps. <img alt="orngtongue.gif" class="bbcode_smiley" src="http://files.mothering.com/images/smilies/orngtongue.gif"><br><br>
Has anyone noticed that they have a September DDC up already? ACK!!
 
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