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Old 10-03-2012, 09:48 PM   #51
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I am hoping that calmer in the womb also translates to calmer out of the womb. This baby is so chill compared to our other two. Wouldn't mind a slightly less hyper kiddo. Grocery shopping (or any other tasks) might get tricky with three hyper littles, lol. We expect hyperactivity with our genetics, but you never know...

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Old 10-03-2012, 10:22 PM   #52
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I am watching More Business of Being Born right now. I love it! SO informative. I plan on watching both of these movies again once it gets closer to my due date to keep me encouraged on wanting my natural birth!
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Old 10-03-2012, 10:45 PM   #53
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My oldest was super chill in the womb, but once he was born, he was go, go, go! My 2nd was very active in the womb and was a super chilled baby. (both boys) My 3rd (girl) seemed to have regular, normal movements and was very inbetween the boys as far as activity out of the womb, but then turned into a mischievous terror at 2.5 and hasn't stopped, although I am seeing some maturity taking place like apologies for inappropriate behavior. So, I don't know what to really expect with this one. I guess I am hoping for a real mover and a shaker in the womb and a very chilled baby out...
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I'm also hoping for a chill baby! My other 2 have always been go go go. My DD was chill in utero though. My DS doesn't know the meaning of chill or quiet. Both are very chatty and outgoing. Kinda looking for an introvert, but I know that will bring troubles, too.

18w today! Woke up with a screaming migraine. At least its been a week since the last one.

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DS wasn't a super active baby in the womb, and is pretty chill now (even for a 2 yr old). He was, however, a kicker & a stretcher in utero and that hasn't stopped. Even this morning I was woken up to a kick in the ribs -- just outside instead of in. This one was pretty active last night, which is so wonderful and new to me seeing that I didn't even feel DS until a lot later in my pregnancy. I love it!!
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Anyone else getting searing abdomen/uterus pain when they sneeze? I try and crunch up in a ball for support but sometimes it's so sudden that I can't. Ouch!

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Anyone else getting searing abdomen/uterus pain when they sneeze? I try and crunch up in a ball for support but sometimes it's so sudden that I can't. Ouch!

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I had that when I first got pregnant, but it's settled down. I expect it to start up again soon, though...I definitely had it a LOT with DD2.
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Anyone else getting searing abdomen/uterus pain when they sneeze? I try and crunch up in a ball for support but sometimes it's so sudden that I can't. Ouch!

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I've been having this for awhile. It feels like I have permanently pulled a muscle.
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Sneezing hurt at first but it is better now.

My DDs are both pretty active compared to most kids but G is much more easy going then E. If I can go somewhere with just G live is SO easy! E is constantly moving and go go go. We are hoping this baby is totally chill, 3 under 2 that are all super active would be crazy hard!
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Sneezing hurt at first but it is better now.

My DDs are both pretty active compared to most kids but G is much more easy going then E. If I can go somewhere with just G live is SO easy! E is constantly moving and go go go. We are hoping this baby is totally chill, 3 under 2 that are all super active would be crazy hard!
Ahhh, 3 under 3. Thats what we'll have and I'm starting to rethink it. LOL

We just got back from the library and I'm so embarrassed!!! The kids totally ganged up on me. They bolted in two different directions. DD was pulling books off the shelves and DS was screaming crying and running around the tables. Having a total melt down. Eveytime I tried to get one they got louder. I finally threw them in the bathroom (where I'm sure the noise echoed but at least nobody was looking at us). Settled them down and hauled out butts out of there. I made DS say sorry to the Librarian. OMG sooo humiliating! I swear- I'm probably never going to get out of the house with these monsters once this baby gets here. Ah!
I guess we wont be going back to that library again. :/

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