So how many little ishers are on the way at the mo?

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Re: So how many little ishers are on the way at the mo?

Post: #174220 thesunflowergal
Mon Oct 26, 2009 7:03 pm

How is baby Alex doing Sally Jane?

My preemie princess was two yesterday, her birthdays are always a big celebration but also time for a bit of reflection. I have added a link if anyone is interested:
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and this is her now:
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Jo, glad your feeling more human and congrats on having another little man. I know who to ask for now for boy advise :lol:
Stay at home Mummy to Orin 8, Trixie 6 and Temogen 4 . Also three Chickens Dottie, Poppy and Dr Mumbo. Three cats called Flossie and Pickle and Lexi.

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Re: So how many little ishers are on the way at the mo?

Post: #174237 Mr and Mrs luvpie
Mon Oct 26, 2009 9:04 pm

Muscroj wrote:The 19 week scan proved that I was completely wrong about my thoughts on this one being a girl & we now know we are expecting our 3rd boy. The other 2 will be aged nearly 4 & 2&1/2 when this one comes along. Just shows, even mum doesn't know best when it comes to whats growing inside her!
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:cheers: to another house hold of boys, we now have 8 weeks till boy 4 arrives, so are trying to think of names that we didn't discount completely with the last one, or that (much to the older boys disgust) are nothing to do with liverpool football players!!!!

Glad to hear your feeling abit better, I know the feeling of horror when you finally feel up to doing something, but can't bare to look, although I think I now need to slow down abit as still tired out from digging the pots up (56kg to last us through the winter :thumbright: )


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the ever growing luvpie household currently contains, 4 boys, 4 chickens, 2 cats, 2 rabbits, 4 fish, an empty tropical fish tank waiting new arrivals, now are we daft to look at our broody hen thinking, if we got some fertilised eggs........


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