The "We Need More Preggos - For Serious" Chat Thread (aka #28)

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The "We Need More Preggos - For Serious" Chat Thread (aka #28)

Because my ovaries are itching.

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Hahaha...just as I went to lunch, I was thinking it must be near time to start a new chat thread, and that it should be called "Any Bets on When Erin Will Get a Bun in Her Oven?" or something similar Biggrin

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That'll be the next one. I think we'll kick this thread before I get my IUD yanked. Which should be sometime in mid-October!

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Love it!!

I think mine are itching more than usual, Erin. I really don't think I'll wait til November. Well, I guess I should say, "we will wait until November." Since DH will have a minor role to play. Blum 3

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Maybe we'll be on a BB together!! I'd love for a nice reunion of myself & at least one other Oct/Nov/Dec mama. June too, maybe? Wink

Off for some Indian food!

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That would be peachy! Enjoy your Indian food, that sounds delish.

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Too late for June unless you get busy, ladies...ya'll will have July/August babies if you're talking mid-October/November. My conception date was Oct 5 and Addy's due date was June 28, born July 6.

Or did you mean a June BB mama? Because unless the universe plays a dirty, dirty trick on me, that is definitely not going to happen. I like my babies vicarious these days Wink

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if we aim for mid-end november we can possibly have an august baby. here's hoping

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I meant June mama (*ducks virtual face slap*).

Getting PG our first round out the gates would give me an EDD of July 25th!

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And now for a slightly OT complaint...those BC pills I was trying for 3 months? Yeah. I can't take pills. I just simply CANNOT make it through an entire month without forgetting at least once, if not more, no matter how obviously I put them out in a place that's part of my routine...it's just not happening. Which would be fine, and I'd just try something else, except that I seem to have royally messed up my AF now Sad I forgot two pills in a row early in the month in July, which triggered a massive AF...and I haven't had one since. I finished the pill pack that month and that was the last time I took anything, so maybe about six weeks ago? And yes, I've taken two pg tests, just to make sure. Nothin'.

Argh.........I really want to get my BC sorted out, but I don't feel like I can until I've established normal operations again...and I am living in terror of an unintentional pregnancy until then. Stupid hormones!!!!

Oooooo fun times! Wink Hope you straighten out soon.

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So, my news of the day is that I got my first true, totally spontaneous "I love you" from Adair this morning...SWOON, omg. She was in our bed and actually being good and quiet for once, but as soon as DH's alarm went off she started talking and rolling around. She rolled on top of me, hugged me fiercely, and said "I love you." TWICE. I could die happy now...(she has said it once or twice before, but always in response to me saying it first. Otherwise it's "I love Mommy", which is still sweet, but not QUITE the same thing as that precious moment was. Especially since it's usually followed by "I love cake" or "I love Teddy Bear")

Totally jealous. My kid had a meltdown because I wouldn't let him climb into the oven tonight when I turned it on for dinner. WTF child.

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Hahaha...just as I went to lunch, I was thinking it must be near time to start a new chat thread, and that it should be called "Any Bets on When Erin Will Get a Bun in Her Oven?" or something similar Biggrin

ROFL

Happy 5 months Kole!!!
Anna sent me the cutest pic today of Kole all wrapped up on her front. So sweet. Loved it. Smile

So we had no power all day today. Thankfully had my OB appt this morning. Absolutely boring and quick as it should be. Did get a few questions answered so I can start on my birth plan (wanted to know which things I need to fight and what is normal course of action). I'm at 2 week appts now! EEK. I then drug Aiden shopping and out for lunch. Came home and saw power was still out, so we went back out again. It was WAAAAAAY too hot to stay in the house with no AC and no fans.

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How did I miss that Adair cuteness?!?! I'm totally jealous. Teagan's just been telling me to "Go Away" lately. A far cry from "I love you, mommy".

Great appt, Jackie! What sort of things did you find that you'll need to fight?

Big nasty storm rolling in. I'm not looking forward to riding my bike back to daycare.

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Yay. Lightning.

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Joy. Wind.

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Have fun with those. Wink

Pit after birth. Don't have to fight it, but I do have to make sure it's in my birth plan and that whoever is there is aware that I don't want a bag of pit. It's "routine" but not uncommon at all for moms to refuse it.
The real fight? Water during labor. Not too worried about food cause I honestly plan to stay out of the hospital as long as possible and I had zero desire to eat with Aiden (I AM going to make myself eat small things before I go in though!). But seriously no water b/c I might need a RCS? DUMB. Especially since they're fine with just the hep lock, so no IV fluids while I'm laboring unless it's needed *and* I agree to it. So naturally, I'm gonna need to drink water right? Well, there is a bathroom there and I can labor in the shower.....:lol:
The other things I asked went right along with what I want at least. I'm sure I'll have more questions in two weeks.

Though part of me hopes that I'll have a nice quick birth and can just stay at home. Assuming DH doesn't have a heart attack. :roll:

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Totally jealous. My kid had a meltdown because I wouldn't let him climb into the oven tonight when I turned it on for dinner. WTF child.

LMAO!

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Have fun with those. Wink

Pit after birth. Don't have to fight it, but I do have to make sure it's in my birth plan and that whoever is there is aware that I don't want a bag of pit. It's "routine" but not uncommon at all for moms to refuse it.
The real fight? Water during labor. Not too worried about food cause I honestly plan to stay out of the hospital as long as possible and I had zero desire to eat with Aiden (I AM going to make myself eat small things before I go in though!). But seriously no water b/c I might need a RCS? DUMB. Especially since they're fine with just the hep lock, so no IV fluids while I'm laboring unless it's needed *and* I agree to it. So naturally, I'm gonna need to drink water right? Well, there is a bathroom there and I can labor in the shower.....:lol:
The other things I asked went right along with what I want at least. I'm sure I'll have more questions in two weeks.

Though part of me hopes that I'll have a nice quick birth and can just stay at home. Assuming DH doesn't have a heart attack. :roll:

you can't have water during labor?! that's stupid!

So I don't think I posted it here, but I think DH and I are going to TTC this cycle!!!!! Smile

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i had water, the nurse gave me toast too Blum 3 but i wasn't in actual labour at that point

ttc is exciting!!! i am getting super jealous

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I wasn't allowed any water for DS's birth. That sucked. I hadn't eaten for 28? hours when I went in for my c/s. I was starving when they started the pit at 7am (so 13 hours after eating), but that went away with the horrible contractions. Hmmmm....maybe I WILL be hungry at some point this labor since it won't be pit. Blum 3

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Have fun with those. Wink

Pit after birth. Don't have to fight it, but I do have to make sure it's in my birth plan and that whoever is there is aware that I don't want a bag of pit. It's "routine" but not uncommon at all for moms to refuse it.
The real fight? Water during labor. Not too worried about food cause I honestly plan to stay out of the hospital as long as possible and I had zero desire to eat with Aiden (I AM going to make myself eat small things before I go in though!). But seriously no water b/c I might need a RCS? DUMB. Especially since they're fine with just the hep lock, so no IV fluids while I'm laboring unless it's needed *and* I agree to it. So naturally, I'm gonna need to drink water right? Well, there is a bathroom there and I can labor in the shower.....:lol:
The other things I asked went right along with what I want at least. I'm sure I'll have more questions in two weeks.

Though part of me hopes that I'll have a nice quick birth and can just stay at home. Assuming DH doesn't have a heart attack. :roll:

I never made it to the hospital, but I had packed water, gatorade and granola bars in my bag. For DH, of course. Wink There isn't someone in your room watching you all the time............

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agree, sneak it in or put it in your bag! Biggrin

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Yeah, I'm trying to convince DH now that it's okay for me to eat in labor. With Aiden he wouldn't sneak me water b/c it was against the rules and god forbid he do anything against the nurses. *sigh*

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Not having anything to drink is ridiculous! They at least let me have ANY fluids while labouring with Simon. And that was only restricted because I was induced so increase chance of c/s. Ya i wasnt entirely starving, but the jello was awesome!

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you got jello?!! i was in the wrong hospital Lol

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Well they gave me one tiny cup of jello then told me there wasnt anymore, so i sent dh to the cafeteria and he bought me more. Smile They didnt really seem to care was I ate really. I started downing apple juice at one point cause i was just so dry and the nurse said "you'll probably see that again soon." LOL! And I did, but she wasnt mean about it at all.

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lol. we didn't have cafeteria access you had to order it. There was a tiny kitchen, and of course Tim Hortons on the main floor but they closed early and i was induced late at night. They had amazing ice water in the kitchen though, i couldn't get enough!!

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I totally snuck food while in labor with Kole. Not even light stuff either. I made DH get me a breakfast burrito after we got admitted and then he went and got me a huge, greasy burger that I scarfed down. I was told that I couldn't even have water! BS! We were admitted at 4:30am.

Anyway, I just wanted to point out that I had a RCS and did not obey their no eating rules and NOTHING HAPPENED!! Holy crap, I didn't die and I ate a massive burger about 3 hours before my c/s. Say what!? Maybe I should write an article about it and submit for publication in a medical journal.

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No food or water is just plain stupid, unnecessary, and bad for mommy and baby. Seriously. Dehydrating a woman who is laboring? That's just straight up torture.

That being said, I wanted nothing to do with food or really even water during the majority of my labor. But that was my choice and I felt fine physically about it.

Yay Mel! I saw that in my lurky lurking. Smile

I almost got rained on. I biked to daycare faster than I'd ever biked before and made it into daycare just as it started raining. Luckily, I ran into a colleague who was touring and of course I had to give her my opinion on the place and so I had an excuse to wait out the storm. Smile

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I've read a few things that it's like less than 1% of people who would have an issue, more like someone who has been put completely under, BUT with today's technology and meds it's even less apt to happen. It's one of those leftover "fears" from the 50s or something where birth sucked even more than today. Blum 3 I should find one of those things for DH to read.

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Exactly. Stupid, unnecessary, and bad for mommy & baby.

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Soioo tired, Ronin fell asleep about two seconds after we got in the car to drive home and is still asleep, so he will either sleep through for hours or sleep for a bit longer then be up all night. Wish for the former for me.

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Exactly. Stupid, unnecessary, and bad for mommy & baby.

I agree! I was "allowed" liquids but no food. I throw up when I'm in labor so no food was fine with me! LOL I also have really quick labors - less than 8 hours so I'm starving after but don't want food during.

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Hope he's still sleeping Wendy! Smile

No playgroup today for me. I'm really sad about this because Aiden really could use more interaction time. But the lady hosting it at her house told me this morning that both her kids woke up with runny noses and one has a cough. There is no way I want to get sick again and at this point I'm sure I would. I was tempted to go anyways, but DH said absolutely not. He's done with sick me. Blum 3

Speaking of my husband I'm really nervous about him and his training. Yesterday didn't go well apparently and his behavior was off last night. Couldn't even get him to eat anything. I think he's worried and stressed out that he's going to fail out. I really can't get him to talk to me. He says he doesn't know if he wants me going tonight because he doesn't want me there if they're just going to tell him in front of everybody that he doesn't have orders. Ugh. I doubt if that would happen, but the man is clearly freaking out. I have no idea if he is in danger of actually failing out or not. And if he does I have no idea what will happen then. Wish I knew more, because I'm very nervous about all of the unknowns because he doesn't want to talk to me about what's going on at all. I can't help but wonder if it's me and my pregnancy and Aiden that's holding him back because he's distracted or not studying enough. And me being sick and Aiden being sick....

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Jackie, I'm sure he's doing just fine. With all the hours he's been putting in and the generally crappy way the military tends to treat their people, he's probably just had a couple of off days. If he's not getting the quality and/or quantity of rest he needs then I'm sure that plays a role in his thought process. Even my DH gets crabby and negative when sleep deprived. Your DH is way too intelligent to fail out, he just holds himself to a super high standard and some jerk supervisor/coworker likely said something to make him doubt himself (something he wouldn't be vulnerable to if not so exhausted).

Wendy, I hope you get some good sleep and Ronin is good to you.

So, does anyone have tips on nighttime potty training? Lyla is taking off her diaper after one or two pees and then she ends up peeing in her bed the rest of the night and ends up sleeping all balled up in one corner where it's still dry.

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Huh. Interesting about Lyla. Night time is usually more biology than anything for them to wake themselves up to go to the potty or to hold it. Maybe take her to the potty before you go to bed? Though I can't help but imagine that my son in that case at this age would think it's time to be up and party. Ummm...put the diaper on backwards (wouldn't stop my DS when awake but I know it's enough for others), tape the diaper, or put on some lightweight cotton PJs with feet (harder to get off so diaper stays on lol)? Hope it's a short lived phase!!!

I know DH had some rough flights previously. I wonder if he's reached the program's limit of bad flights (or close to it). UGH. :banghead:

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Congrats on TTC Mel!!

Jackie, I agree with Anna. Chances are he's doing ok, just exhausted and feeling the pressure of finding out today. Stupid training, maybe if they didn't ride him so hard, he would be more rested and feeling better about things. Glad your appt went well. And I agree with the others, smuggle your goodies in while you labor.

Wendy, hopefully the kiddo slept good for you.

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Holy $&!#!!! Seriously!? This woman has bigger issues than potty training!! Appropriate time and place to potty should be part of the potty training!!

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"alwayssmile" wrote:

Totally jealous. My kid had a meltdown because I wouldn't let him climb into the oven tonight when I turned it on for dinner. WTF child.

ROFL Sorry... ROFL

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I wasn't allowed any water for DS's birth. That sucked. I hadn't eaten for 28? hours when I went in for my c/s. I was starving when they started the pit at 7am (so 13 hours after eating), but that went away with the horrible contractions. Hmmmm....maybe I WILL be hungry at some point this labor since it won't be pit. Blum 3

Yeah, I was in active labor for 24 hours and I really wanted nothing to do with food or drink. I had brought a bunch of options, but I couldn't do more than make myself eat, like, a pretzel. The coconut water I had was supposed to be great but it started tasting nasty to me, and I was refusing it, so the midwives actually MADE me drink juice, to stay hydrated and help keep my strength up. It tasted horrible and left a weird aftertaste so I made DH give me a sip of juice followed by a sip of water to chase it every time. Lol He worked hard that 24 hours, let me tell you Smile

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Speaking of my husband I'm really nervous about him and his training. Yesterday didn't go well apparently and his behavior was off last night. Couldn't even get him to eat anything. I think he's worried and stressed out that he's going to fail out. I really can't get him to talk to me. He says he doesn't know if he wants me going tonight because he doesn't want me there if they're just going to tell him in front of everybody that he doesn't have orders. Ugh. I doubt if that would happen, but the man is clearly freaking out. I have no idea if he is in danger of actually failing out or not. And if he does I have no idea what will happen then. Wish I knew more, because I'm very nervous about all of the unknowns because he doesn't want to talk to me about what's going on at all. I can't help but wonder if it's me and my pregnancy and Aiden that's holding him back because he's distracted or not studying enough. And me being sick and Aiden being sick....

Oh no, :grouphug: It sucks to watch your partner be so freaked out over something you really can't help with...I hope it's just stress and nervousness getting him down, and the reality is not as bad as he fears. I know we've been through some pretty rough patches where DH was feeling really down on himself and his abilities in his career and worrying he was going to be fired, and it all ended up being HIM being harder on himself than anyone else. And he worked through it (and found a much more supportive school) and now he is coming home every day on a high and feeling like he's ROCKING his job. But during those rough patches, it was awful. He did talk to me about it at least, but it was really tough hearing him be so hard on himself. I really hope that he get his orders and you can both relax and look forward to the next stage of your lives! You find out today, right?

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Yeah, later tonight after dinner they're having an event to announce orders. They actually announce it in front of everyone! Though orders can always change and be pulled if someone doesn't graduate..... I'm just friggin' scared that he's failed more flights than he's told me about and there is definitely a limit to failed flights before they pull you. But since we don't know anyone who has been pulled at this stage, we have no idea what the heck happens. I mean they've spent millions of dollars at this point training DH to be a pilot, so do they change his air frame? push him back? make him an engineer again? Or just say screw you you're out of the AF? UGH. My imagination is running wild. I can only imagine what DH is going through. Sad

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Ugh, I hate this for you. I'm sure part of his not wanting to talk about it is not wanting to burden you, but the not knowing has to be worse than anything!!! When does he graduate?

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How did I miss that Adair cuteness?!?! I'm totally jealous. Teagan's just been telling me to "Go Away" lately. A far cry from "I love you, mommy".

Yeah, we went through that too. DH gets it A LOT worse than I do, but I got it plenty too for a while there. Don't worry, you'll get love again someday!

Adair has NOT been wanting to leave school lately. Which is good, because it's looking like I might have to go full time soon...not ideal if I were designing my dream life, but good in the long run. And I found out I can take a 1/2 hour lunch instead of an hour, so it's actually only going to mean her staying at school about 45 minutes longer than she is now anyway (I'll work 7-3:30). So, through afternoon snack instead of getting picked up right after nap. I asked her "Hey, Addy, what do you think about staying at school after nap to have snack with Wren and THEN I'll pick you up?" and she lit up and said "And Mick?! And Teagan?! Oh, YES!" So...she'll be just fine, I think.

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They graduate mid December, but right now aren't expecting them to be done with flights till christmas, maybe even new years. So if he does manage to stay in, there goes my dreams of him having leave over the holidays. Blum 3

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Jackie, do you know if you are going tonight? I hate that you are going through this, but at least you will know something soon.

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I have an off topic question. I finally put pg2go on my phone. Problem is, I can't get onto the boards. Do I need to change a setting somewhere? Did any of you ladies have issues with this?

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I don't know. I was planning on it, but DH wasn't sure if he wanted me to come or not. He's supposed to call, text, or email me later telling me what he wants me to do.

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"stacymh" wrote:

I have an off topic question. I finally put pg2go on my phone. Problem is, I can't get onto the boards. Do I need to change a setting somewhere? Did any of you ladies have issues with this?

I didn't even know they had that! I just use the web on my phone to get on here. If there's a way, though, that would be great...

Jackie, Sad

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Ok, I've got problems. I didn't even think about getting on the web on my phone. Wow.

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Ok, I've got problems. I didn't even think about getting on the web on my phone. Wow.

Lol (Don't worry--it's kind of a pain to do it that way since the buttons are so teeny tiny and you have to zoom in/out a lot!)

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Kole fell off the couch head first. I am still shaking and it's been about 30-45 minutes ago. Floor to the top of the couch cushion is 18 inches so not a high fall, but he cried and then puked. It didn't seem like he was crying hard enough to cause the puke, but could be. He's got a huge red mark on his head where he landed and he's sound asleep now. It is his usual nap time though. I just looked at him not a full minute before I heard the thunk. Lyla never fell off anything at that age. She took a 3 food tumble off our bed around 10 months and landed on all fours. Also around that time she climbed/fell out of her crib but landed on soft stuff. She didn't start falling ugly until she started walking and climbing.

My first thought is to rush him to a doctor, but I know they will just laugh at me so I'll be keeping a close eye on him. I know it's typical for babies to fall and they are super durable (especially at only 18 inches) but I still hate it and it still makes me sick to my stomach.

I'm also not a fan of trying to post here from my phone. It takes forever to type something because I'm constantly hitting the wrong buttons, fixing the autocorrects, etc.

Jackie, Good Luck tonight! I hope you guys get nothing but good news.

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Oh no, Anna, I would be sick about it too. Poor little guy. If he wakes up and you feel like he needs the dr, take him. Who cares what they think.

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I put Lyla down for a nap. About 30 minutes in she starts talking under her door - not unusual, so I left her. However, she wouldn't get back in bed and after a bit she started to whine and get cry-ee. I went to check on her. She had removed her diaper and pooped in her bed!!! What on earth is going through this child's head? I guess I should thank my lucky stars she didn't paint the room with it (happened to my sister).

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