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Does anyone happen to have GIS software? Anyone want to make a map for me?

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Erin - just give in. There's no perfect time. Let the baby fever take you!

Jackie, PM'd you. I hope you like them.

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Sorry, I do not have GIS.

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"stacymh" wrote:

Leigh, that's great that she traveled so well. I'm writing down about the fishing games so I can get that for Evan for our trip. It sounds like she could definitely be a beach bum. How did your husband like your new hair cut?

He loves it! And it was really nice to be able to just shake it out and go, what with being wet about 75% of the time. I still want it a little more flippy around the ears, but it's settling in Smile

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Sounds like a great holiday Leigh.

We got new additions to our family tonight, two guneia pigs, hubby has named one Kenshin and Ronin's had called the other oh oh oh, pig and baby so far. He is very excited about them. No photos as i can't upload from my camera on the tablet

Congrats, and that's so adorable! I had seven guinea pigs when I was a kid (bought two, and they made 5 more!)

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They're all jerky and they make weird alien noises. I don't trust them.

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She seems to be done with the vomiting portion of the virus (I hope), but still has a fever, is lethargic, whiney and sleepy.

Awww...glad she's on the mend, maybe, but hope the rest of it passes soon. Sad

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It's seriously like raining babies over here. I think maybe 10 friends of mine have had babies or announced pregnancies in the last month. NOT HELPING.

LOL. I was wondering how the new arrival was affecting your raging baby fever. After that trip and how much it fanned the flames of our desire to do everything we can to travel whenever possible, I must say that any little hormonal embers I may have had lately have been good and quenched! BUT, I am definitely vicariously enjoying the rain of babies. Can't wait to get some snuggles soon myself! Got some showers coming up, and one to plan...

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Here's the link to my pics of the Costa Rica trip, if you're interested. I'll leave it up for a few days: http://s211.photobucket.com/albums/bb209/Leigh003mcd/Costa%20Rica/

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"TiggersMommy" wrote:

It's seriously like raining babies over here. I think maybe 10 friends of mine have had babies or announced pregnancies in the last month. NOT HELPING.

Maybe you should get your IUD yanked........it's only a few months early...... Wink

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Oh no, I hope Lainey gets better soon.

Thanks everyone. It's been 24 hours, and her fever is now just low grade. Being mean mommy, I don't give tylenol for fevers unless the kid is really miserable. Lainey was on the cusp of that a couple times, but I really prefer to let the fever do its thing. She's playing now for the first time since yesterday afternoon, so I think we're on the upswing.

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"cactuswren" wrote:

Here's the link to my pics of the Costa Rica trip, if you're interested. I'll leave it up for a few days: http://s211.photobucket.com/albums/bb209/Leigh003mcd/Costa%20Rica/

Looks like an amazing trip!

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Does anyone happen to have GIS software? Anyone want to make a map for me?

One of my labmates has it and makes my GIS maps for me. But that doesn't help you any, sorry Sad

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Leigh, i will have to check those out after dinner. i hope you had a good time!

I am dying to have the TTC talk with DH over here thanks to all the babies going around! Biggrin We originally discussed the fall, but DH changes his mind a lot and a little while ago he says when we do TTC again he doesn't want me to chart or anything he wants it to just happen. I am fine with that, but i want a summer baby next and that means there is a small window Lol

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Janice, you could always 'pay a little extra attention' and still let it happen. . .

Lyla is sick. I didn't notice it, but thinking back I guess she was a tad clingy today, but really she was normal until a couple of hours ago when she started to get really whiny. And she kept following me while I was making dinner and I kept putting her off, now I feel bad. Her temp rose by one degree in one hour already. I hate when my kids are sick, I just don't handle it well.

DH got someone to set him up to talk to someone about a job. He told the guy he's been working for he needed to take off this morning and went over there. He was home about 15 minutes later and said that the receptionist (apparently on a power trip) was rude and refused to let him see that lady until he filled out a job application and DH wanted to talk to someone before he spent all that extra time to fill out the lengthy app, so he left. He also had contact info for another job and he called that guy, but the guy didn't answer and he didn't leave a message. As he was getting ready to head out to do a job for the guy he's been working for, I told him I didn't think he was trying very hard to find a new job.
He keeps talking about this one deal in his hometown. It's an hour away and he'd spend part of the week staying with his parents, and then his mother would expect me to be coming over there all the time (NOT going to happen). I hate that idea because if it turns into a long-term deal then we'd be obligated to move to his hometown of 3000 people with awful schools.

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:grouphug: Anna. I hope she feels better and that you get better news about your DH's job situation soon. Sad

Leigh, I can't wait to see the pics! I'll take a look at it later when my feet aren't pounding.

My sister and I went to Carolina Premium Outlets. OMG it's huge! We walked for hours shopping. I got a few baby girl outfits in bigger sizes when wearing her brother's stuff won't seem as sweet. Wink I also found mini sized (but real!) pot, pan, wooden spoon, and loaf pans. Perfect for a play kitchen. Just need to get some sort of food and well, a kitchen. Lol

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Anna, i was thinking of just letting it happen, and then if we get to October/November/December with nothing happening i might pay more attention Wink

sorry Lyla is sick, it's never fun and I hate when Lucas is sick as well. You are lucky you get to be home with her though so she has her mama. And that sucks about your DH and the job situation Sad i totally agree with the in-law thing, i can see that situation happening.

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So Lyla started vomiting after DH got home. She hasn't changed locations by herself since about 6pm today, she just stayed right where I put her and if you knew her you'd know how very very odd that is. Then, right after we got Lyla showered and everything cleaned up, Kole puked all over me and the couch. Anyone know how to get vomit out of the couch and the area rug?

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Oh Anna. What a sucky sucky day! Two sick kids and a DH with job problems is too much. I hope DH's situation works itself out and that the kiddos feel much better tomorrow. I've steam cleaned my couch a few times. Really, I'm just letting it go to crap and then buying a new one when the kids are out of the MUST DESTROY phase.

Jackie, sounds like fun!

Janice, you have to wait for me. Can't you just hold out until the end of November? Maybe even the beginning of November .... I mean, morning sickness didn't kick in until around week seven last time so I'll be safe to start TTC in early November. Or maybe even late October. Yeah, late October sounds about right. OMFG! Do you see what you're all doing to me?!?! Did I mention that ANOTHER friend just announced her pregnancy about 15 minutes ago? WTF, people?! Its like you're sabotaging my reproductive plans.

Off to look at your pics, Leigh!

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Anna I'm so sorry Sad I've had the best luck with pet woolite/ oxy clean (I think) I hope everyone is better soon!
Erin, I had baby fever when ds was 4 mo old and somehow our birth control didn't work and ta-da, Remy! Now having 2 youngins I don't feel the fever so much as some jealousy when I see pregnant women, its weird! Kudos to you for being able to control your urges haha!

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erin you are so funny trying to push away your baby fever...

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Erin seriously, early October early July what's the difference. Come be on a bb with me again, I need vbac cheerleaders because i know it's going to be a massive fight

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Erin - wait for October!!! Smile I need a buddy too! LOL!

Anna - if your couch is microfiber you can throw the outside cover into the wash. Works so well and doesn't harm it at all! Smile

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Yay a workmate just messaged she had her baby today. She was induced, but it all went well and she had a little girl. Hopefully she will be up to a vistor tomorrow, I can't wait to go shopping. She found out what she was having but didn't tell anyone, and i swore she was having a boy to the point I almost bought a boy outfit the other day, but now I can go girl shopping. Too bad it's winter so less pretty dresses but I can buy bigger sizes for when they go to Europe in a couple of months

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So after both kids were up at just before 6am, they are now both asleep again. Lyla actually did really good and slept all night and then came running into our room (I left her door open last night) with her empty sippy cup wanting more water. And then we snuggled for a long time in our bed until I had to get Kole and nurse him. She still has a fever this morning. Kole feels a little warm to the touch but the forehead thermometer isn't showing a fever at all. I am feeling a bit headachy and a tad funny in stomach, so we'll see if I get it, whatever it is.

So my 9 month Carter's onsies are starting to get snug on my 2 month old. This is getting ridiculous!

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Anna I'm glad you all got some sleep and I hope that bug passes quickly. Hooray for snuggly toddler time though, I'll admit that's a benefit of Ronan being in his spica cast- much snugglier! Holy cow Kole is a big boy! Cute too Smile Remy is 2.5 mo older and just moving into 3-6 mo stuff, crazy.
Wendy- that'll be fun picking out girly stuff even if its cold weather things. I find shopping for Remy to be seriously addicting and insanely awesome!
Question for anyone with iud knowledge/experience: I had the mirena placed at the end of march and still have random spotting and cramping, maybe once a week for a day or two. It's never horrible, just weird to me that I get small mucousy clots with it (sorry tmi). Normal from what you've experienced/ heard? TIA!

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"RonanTheBarbarian" wrote:

Anna I'm glad you all got some sleep and I hope that bug passes quickly. Hooray for snuggly toddler time though, I'll admit that's a benefit of Ronan being in his spica cast- much snugglier! Holy cow Kole is a big boy! Cute too Smile Remy is 2.5 mo older and just moving into 3-6 mo stuff, crazy.
Wendy- that'll be fun picking out girly stuff even if its cold weather things. I find shopping for Remy to be seriously addicting and insanely awesome!
Question for anyone with iud knowledge/experience: I had the mirena placed at the end of march and still have random spotting and cramping, maybe once a week for a day or two. It's never horrible, just weird to me that I get small mucousy clots with it (sorry tmi). Normal from what you've experienced/ heard? TIA!

I have a Mirena and still have random spots (and I've had it for a year?)

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So after both kids were up at just before 6am, they are now both asleep again. Lyla actually did really good and slept all night and then came running into our room (I left her door open last night) with her empty sippy cup wanting more water. And then we snuggled for a long time in our bed until I had to get Kole and nurse him. She still has a fever this morning. Kole feels a little warm to the touch but the forehead thermometer isn't showing a fever at all. I am feeling a bit headachy and a tad funny in stomach, so we'll see if I get it, whatever it is.

So my 9 month Carter's onsies are starting to get snug on my 2 month old. This is getting ridiculous!

He's such a chubbers. Cute cute. I hope Lyla gets better soon. I hate when my baby is sick too!

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When I had my Mirena placed, I bled for like six weeks and then had nothing for about 10 months--then I started bleeding randomly and near-constantly (4-5 days/week at least, too much for a pantiliner, not quite enough for a tampon--ANNOYING!) for about five months before I finally gave up and had the thing pulled out. Obviously my body did not like it! I have done a lot of research about it since then and really everyone does react differently--even though the hormones are "local" they are still hormones!

I think my bleeding coincided with the return of AF (DD had weaned a month earlier) but then the extra progesterone just confused the works. That said, when I recently went in to get on some other form of birth control, the NP said that it takes a solid 3 months for any BC to "settle in", and you can't really judge your reaction to it until after that. So, end of March is still within that window for you. I might give it one more month or so, especially if what's happening is not a huge deal, and see if it does settle in. For those who take to it well, the Mirena is so awesome, it's worth sticking it out a bit longer if you can.

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So after both kids were up at just before 6am, they are now both asleep again. Lyla actually did really good and slept all night and then came running into our room (I left her door open last night) with her empty sippy cup wanting more water. And then we snuggled for a long time in our bed until I had to get Kole and nurse him. She still has a fever this morning. Kole feels a little warm to the touch but the forehead thermometer isn't showing a fever at all. I am feeling a bit headachy and a tad funny in stomach, so we'll see if I get it, whatever it is.

So my 9 month Carter's onsies are starting to get snug on my 2 month old. This is getting ridiculous!

Glad at least Lyla's getting some good rest--hopefully that means you are too?

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Leigh-your pictures are amazing!!! It looks like you guys had a great time.
Janice, did you talk to DH about a possible summer baby? I agree with Anna, maybe just pay a little extra attention to when you might O. You could get lucky!! (in more ways than one Lol
Anna-hopefully this bug passes soon. That stinks that both of them are not feeling well. Good luck with DH, maybe his job situation will work out and fast.
Jackie, that shopping sounds fun!! Are your feet feeling better?

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"ange84" wrote:

Erin seriously, early October early July what's the difference. Come be on a bb with me again, I need vbac cheerleaders because i know it's going to be a massive fight

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Erin - wait for October!!! Smile I need a buddy too! LOL!

Anna - if your couch is microfiber you can throw the outside cover into the wash. Works so well and doesn't harm it at all! Smile

You are starting a month ahead of me. Well, that is the plan anyways.

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DH's dad called late last night and said his mom had to be air evacuated to a hospital about an hour away from their house. She has had some spells of passing out during the last few months. Several scans were done on her head, they saw nothing and diagnosed her with vertigo. She had another one last night. His poor father actually thought she had died. He couldn't get her to come to and couldn't feel her pulse. When the EMT got there, her bp was fine, but pulse was at 40. They immediately thought she needed a pacemaker. So she got admitted, two cardiologists later, it was determined she does need a pacemaker. They are supposed to put it in early this afternoon. Hopefully this takes care of everything. It seems like if the dr. does not know what's wrong, and it could fit, they say vertigo. Kinda makes me think of the colic diagnosis with babies.

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:grouphug: Anna! I hope you catch a break soon. Have any luck getting the couch and rug clean?
And OMG he's such a chunk. lol. Don't worry, if he's like most other chunks he'll slow down once moving. Remember Aiden lost a pound from 9-11 months and even Teagan has slowed WAAAAAY down on growth and she was a super chunk early on. Smile

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I really don't want a summer baby. If I start earlier than December and by some freakish miracle we get PG right away, I'll have a summer baby. I'd rather have at least a Sept baby so I don't have to worry about the decision to red shirt the kid.

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How scary Stacy!

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I really don't want a summer baby. If I start earlier than December and by some freakish miracle we get PG right away, I'll have a summer baby. I'd rather have at least a Sept baby so I don't have to worry about the decision to red shirt the kid.

ROFL Such a first world problem.

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Stacy, That's awful! I hope the surgery goes well. KUP. How is your DH holding up?

Erin, I will repeat again, there is no perfect time to have a baby. Just DO IT already!

I have yet to try to clean the couch and I'm considering tossing the rug, although if I get a new one it'll just end up as dirty soon. I'm sooo sleepy! Lyla is super clingy and needy, but she did eat a little banana and some grapes and crackers. She came and took my hand and led me straight to her bed. I gave her some boob juice in a sippy and put her down for a nap, but I can see on the monitor that she's already left her bed. I don't hear yelling though so I'll wait and see if she gets back in bed.

We were going to have a garage sale this weekend, but I don't know now since I haven't been able to get anything ready this week and today isn't looking good. . .

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He is doing ok. I would be a wreck and have left last night to go meet her if it was my mom. He seems to keep stuff on the inside, you couldn't tell by looking at him last night that anything was wrong. Men!!

Good luck with the couch, Anna. I'm sorry you are so tired. Maybe both kiddos will nap good and at the same time today so you can get some rest. Can you put off the garage sale til next weekend?

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"TiggersMommy" wrote:

I really don't want a summer baby. If I start earlier than December and by some freakish miracle we get PG right away, I'll have a summer baby. I'd rather have at least a Sept baby so I don't have to worry about the decision to red shirt the kid.

Yes, but that's a whole extra year of daycare to pay for. It's not like your kid is ever going to be a shrinking violet. The whole redshirting thing is so overblown. Really, all kids are different anyway. Unless you have a kid who is clearly on the slower-to-mature side, a couple of months one way or another by the time they're five? Please.

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DH's dad called late last night and said his mom had to be air evacuated to a hospital about an hour away from their house. She has had some spells of passing out during the last few months. Several scans were done on her head, they saw nothing and diagnosed her with vertigo. She had another one last night. His poor father actually thought she had died. He couldn't get her to come to and couldn't feel her pulse. When the EMT got there, her bp was fine, but pulse was at 40. They immediately thought she needed a pacemaker. So she got admitted, two cardiologists later, it was determined she does need a pacemaker. They are supposed to put it in early this afternoon. Hopefully this takes care of everything. It seems like if the dr. does not know what's wrong, and it could fit, they say vertigo. Kinda makes me think of the colic diagnosis with babies.

Stacy, that is so scary--and frustrating! I hope the pacemaker sorts everything out and everyone can recover from this soon.

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We were going to have a garage sale this weekend, but I don't know now since I haven't been able to get anything ready this week and today isn't looking good. . .

Sigh--that's why most of my castoffs just end up at Goodwill. Garage sales are so much work!

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Adair was so excited to be back at school yesterday. It was just her and her current favorite boyfriend all morning, and apparently she was so happy she was running around the room with toys randomly stopping and just shouting like a drunk fratboy Lol She also said "Mick's cute!" a couple of times--her teacher asked me if she knew that word, which she did indeed start using out of nowhere (right after she sat up from that nap on the beach last week, actually. Must have been a good one!) ROFL We're in trouble!!!!!

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"Mick's cute?" Wow, you are definitely in trouble. That is so cute!!

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"cactuswren" wrote:

Adair was so excited to be back at school yesterday. It was just her and her current favorite boyfriend all morning, and apparently she was so happy she was running around the room with toys randomly stopping and just shouting like a drunk fratboy Lol She also said "Mick's cute!" a couple of times--her teacher asked me if she knew that word, which she did indeed start using out of nowhere (right after she sat up from that nap on the beach last week, actually. Must have been a good one!) ROFL We're in trouble!!!!!

Yikes. You better modify that behavior. I suggest replacing "Mick's cute" with "Mick has cooties."

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Yikes. You better modify that behavior. I suggest replacing "Mick's cute" with "Mick has cooties."

:biglaugh: Love that one!

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I really don't want a summer baby. If I start earlier than December and by some freakish miracle we get PG right away, I'll have a summer baby. I'd rather have at least a Sept baby so I don't have to worry about the decision to red shirt the kid.

Erin, I was going to argue that summer is a great time to have a baby because then you could have outdoor birthday parties. Then I remembered that you live in the land of perpetual summer, so I am going to throw that argument out. Sigh.

Instead, I am just going to say: BABIES SMELL GOOD. AND ARE CUDDLY. AND MAKE CUTE NOISES WHEN THEY'RE NURSING. AND WEAR TEENY, TINY, OH-SO-CUTE CLOTHES. Come join us, Erin. You know you want to!

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DH's dad called late last night and said his mom had to be air evacuated to a hospital about an hour away from their house. She has had some spells of passing out during the last few months. Several scans were done on her head, they saw nothing and diagnosed her with vertigo. She had another one last night. His poor father actually thought she had died. He couldn't get her to come to and couldn't feel her pulse. When the EMT got there, her bp was fine, but pulse was at 40. They immediately thought she needed a pacemaker. So she got admitted, two cardiologists later, it was determined she does need a pacemaker. They are supposed to put it in early this afternoon. Hopefully this takes care of everything. It seems like if the dr. does not know what's wrong, and it could fit, they say vertigo. Kinda makes me think of the colic diagnosis with babies.

Wow, that's scary! I hope DH's mom is feeling better. It would be nice if they could actually figure out what's wrong....A pulse of 40 doesn't sound like vertigo symptoms to me, but I'm not an expert on vertigo....

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Erin seriously, early October early July what's the difference. Come be on a bb with me again, I need vbac cheerleaders because i know it's going to be a massive fight

Wendy, hurry up and ovulate already! Then you can be on March 2013 with me. And regardless of which board you end up on, you know you will have lots of VBAC cheerleaders here.

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Wow, that's scary! I hope DH's mom is feeling better. It would be nice if they could actually figure out what's wrong....A pulse of 40 doesn't sound like vertigo symptoms to me, but I'm not an expert on vertigo....

I agree, it doesn't sound like that to me either. I know several people that have had dizzy/passing out episodes, and if nothing is to be found on a scan, they just say "vertigo." Really? It seems that there is something somewhere causing this. Especially if the person is out for a while, or having probs constantly. In my mind, it's just a broad , catch all, diagnostic term, but I'm no doctor.

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Leigh, i will have to check those out after dinner. i hope you had a good time!

I am dying to have the TTC talk with DH over here thanks to all the babies going around! Biggrin We originally discussed the fall, but DH changes his mind a lot and a little while ago he says when we do TTC again he doesn't want me to chart or anything he wants it to just happen. I am fine with that, but i want a summer baby next and that means there is a small window Lol

C'mon Janice - join the preggo club! And you don't have to chart/temp to observe fertility signs - you just can't ignore those because some of the most obvious stuff is right there in front of you. Lol

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Anna, sorry about the sick kiddos. I hope they're on the mend soon!

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You ladies are cracking me up today!
I did one garage sale this year, bad idea. I'm thinking about taking the rest of my things to "Once Upon a Child" and reselling them. It'd be a lot easier. I'm glad Lyla is keeping some food down. Hopefully it's a short lived buggie.

Stacy- that sounds scary. I hope the pacemaker takes care of everything for her. Blacking out is scary.

Erin- I'd just say you pull the IUD and see what happens. Smile

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Ok ladies, let's get serious for a minute..............Magic Mike?? OMG!! I swear the previews make me hot!!! That is going to have to be a girls night movie. Maybe some cocktails before and smuggle some into the theater to handle that one. As I'm typing this, I hope I'm not the only one that is excited to see this and think those guys are absolutely HAWT!

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"stacymh" wrote:

Ok ladies, let's get serious for a minute..............Magic Mike?? OMG!! I swear the previews make me hot!!! That is going to have to be a girls night movie. Maybe some cocktails before and smuggle some into the theater to handle that one. As I'm typing this, I hope I'm not the only one that is excited to see this and think those guys are absolutely HAWT!

I am not usually into movies like that, but it looks funny....and yummy! Lol

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I would rather see Fifty Shades of Grey myself. But they did pick some pretty guys for that movie.

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