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    Oh Marie!

    I'm sorry that you are having to deal with all of this, and seemingly on your own.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mom2009 View Post
    Me, Roxi!!

    Her head is laying just on the other side of my private area, her bum is on my bladder and she is curled so that her feet can reach my ribs and her hands can reach everything down there!! It is SUPER painful!! My hips/pelvic area feels like it is all about to come apart most of the time. When she stretches or moves just a bit I feel her pushing on both sides of my belly and downward all at the same time. Its crazy! So, every movement is either to make me feel the need to go, or feel like my vaginal area is coming apart. And I'm having a hard time standing/walking for very long too..but at the same time I sometimes can't sit up all the way bc it apparently squishes her and she puts a foot right in my ribs or starts pushing painfully with her head or bum. :-/ I carried my DS way, way high, so this is a new one for me. But at least I can feel her, right? Haha

    ETA: And I'm only 24 wks, though she is measuring 26 wks...so I guess I'm technically right there with ya.
    I'm super-impressed that you can tell one end of her from the other. I think Squishy lies horizontal most of the time, and it feels like her head on the the right most of the time but I don't know for sure. And I can't tell a kick from a punch so I just refer to it as "bouncing" Nothing in the rib area yet, but my poor bladder is flattened.
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    Haha! If I was less than honest, I would just let you think that I'm good like that...hehe...but I'm sooooo not!!! I know all this because of the ultrasound they did with the echo-cardiogram on Friday. They had to do a complete anatomy scan before starting the echo part. So, I was looking, going "Oh, that's what I'm feeling, and oh, that's why its hurting!" Haha And I could especially tell, bc I was getting the same pains laying there on the table as I've been getting at all other times bc they were pressing so hard trying to see stuff and trying (without success) to get her to move!

    So, I wish I could take credit....but I soooo can't.

    And yeah, the stretches that hurt the ribs, bladder, and "down-there" area soooooo aren't fun....but I'm glad I can feel her finally!! At least I know she's okay!
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    marie- i'm so sorry you are going through so much. I can't even imagine how you must be feeling!! Doesn't the daycare provider realize it's even more unhealthy for him to ALSO switch daycare? Another big change? I hope you figure it out and that her heart will be softened.
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    Marie I am sooo sorry you are having to deal with this. I would call your child care resoource and referral if your area has one. I had to switch daycares at the beginning of the year. My son was physically injured while at her house which required staples and her story changed twice and what my 6 year old said was completely different then what she said. I now have my kids in an awesome inhome and she will have room for the baby when she comes also. A change in providers might do him some good though. Counciling for your ds and you together and alone might help you both all around. Horrible that you had to deal with CPS. But glad it was unfounded. Your morning sickness could be back from stress. Its a way for your body to deal with everything that is going on right now.
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    Oh- and regarding MS... Mine comes and goes
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    Thanks for all the support. It's nice to have you ladies! She shuts me down every time I try to talk to her, so I quit trying. She obviously has her mind made up, and I'd rather move my son than deal with someone that uncaring. It's as though she's done a 180 since the CPS thing. So be it. I have an apt tonight with another daycare, and I'll keep searching around. I checked out careaboutchildcare.org and will be looking at a few on there.

    Jana - I'm with Roxi, I was totally impressed that you could tell "heads or tails" of your baby too. You had us all fooled lol

    Maddie - Sorry about your morning sickness. I think it's unfair to have to deal with morning sickness AND a big baby belly at the same time.
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    Good luck Marie with your meeting with the new daycare. Ive gone through a few since having Trinity 6+ years ago. Been through 2 centers and 3 in homes which isnt bad considering but most have been within the last 4 years. It takes time to find the right place for you and yours. Someone that is good for your kids is soooo hard to find.

    I had my ultrasound this morning. That was lets say interesting. My ex showed up and my mom came to. They both made stupid comments the whole time that she was doing it. Funny thing is it was the same lady that did the first one and she remembered me and the issues we had with the baby lol I saw her and said didnt I have you the last time lol She laughed and said yep. So we had the scan she wanted nothing to do with the ultrasound wand. It was kind of funny. She had her hand and the cord in front of her face so didnt really get a good picture of her face again but she has a FULL head of hair now. Got a picture of it. Looks a bit weird but can mostly tell what it is. She got the heart pictures she needed although it didnt look like it mostly. She said I guessed it was a girl last time right. I said yep. So she said that she would double check to see if she was right or not. Well she went down to check I was watching and said yup still a girl. She totally agreed. So miss Sophie is still a Sophie. Im happy with that. Got done with that I walked my mom out to her van and DJ followed me to my van. blah. I dont like being around him. Ive moved on he hasnt.
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    Glad I can fool you all

    Marie, I just saw all of your post. Quite frankly, I don't think I'd want my child there any more if a little bit of trauma from all you have gone through is throwing her! I hope you find someone that is compassionate, loving, and is like a 2nd mom or grandma to your child. The first lady I had for my son was like another grandmother to him. She was an in-home daycare, and was wonderful! Do you have anyone close to you that can recommend someone to you that is really good?

    Maddie - so sorry you still deal with m/s! How is everything going for you all now? All moved and getting settled? Hope the vehicle situation is going alright for you too!

    Katie - Glad you finally got all the pics needed! My LO likes to hide and make the techs WORK to get pics. haha I'm glad she is still a she too!

    DS's first Tball practice was last night. So stinkin cute! They are all over the map, not paying attention, all running to tackle the baseball. Haha! This is def going to be entertaining!
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