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Old 13.11.2010, 23:40
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News straight from the press - to Nicky, a son.

so 3.45pm today my baby boy exited by the sunroof exactly 4 weeks early.

No idea why people opt for c sections, not the nicest experience, i felt quite sick, but as everyone says its soon over and forgotten

I am currently on cloud nine
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Old 13.11.2010, 23:43
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Nicky what wonderful news - take it easy, don't rush and let others help you. Can't wait to hear more when you feel up to it. BRAVO, well done, hurray.xxx:msn grin:
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so 3.45pm today my baby boy exited by the sunroof exactly 4 weeks early.

No idea why people opt for c sections, not the nicest experience, i felt quite sick, but as everyone says its soon over and forgotten

I am currently on cloud nine


Well done, you clever girl

It really is the best feeling in the world cradling your newborn....
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Re: C-Section on request

Congratulations Nicky
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Old 13.11.2010, 23:52
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Welcome baby boy and congratulations to you both! Wishing you a VERY speedy recovery.
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Congratulations and best wishes to you, your partner and to the new little boy. :-)
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Old 13.11.2010, 23:56
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Re: C-Section on request

Lovely news, I was wondering how soon it would be from the earlier cryptic remarks. Congratulations to you all.

And don't worry, the recovery rate from Day One to Day Two or Three after a section is nothing short of a miracle. You go from 'never, ever going to be able to stand straight again' to shuffling around to feeling quite normal in no time at all.

Just remember to put a hand over the stitches if you need to cough or sneeze, or the first time you go to the loo for more than a wee.
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Old 13.11.2010, 23:57
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so 3.45pm today my baby boy exited by the sunroof exactly 4 weeks early.

No idea why people opt for c sections, not the nicest experience, i felt quite sick, but as everyone says its soon over and forgotten

I am currently on cloud nine
Huge congratulations on your precious baby boy. It really is the best feeling in the world and you will be on cloud nine for a while.

Do try to get some rest/sleep though as the hard (but most rewarding) yards are about to begin.
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Hey you way up there, thanks so much for letting us know of the safe arrival of Nick Junior.Congratulations and welcome to the club (phew!!! at last I can uncross my fingers).

Once you decide to join us mere mortals down here again, I hope you feel like giving all the details like, weight,length and lung capacity

All the best to you all, so pleased it worked out well after all, regardless of the sicky bit.

It's always so nice to hear of new births and I always get excited about it, even though I know full well what comes after, it still is the biggest buzz there is, for all concerned, happy days, enjoy and get back on your feet soon my dear,

Lu
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Old 14.11.2010, 01:52
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Re: C-Section on request

Ok he was 2.6kg, 48cm long - i'll refrain from naming him on a public forum. But for 4 weeks early he doesn't look too little, he's as tall as some full term babies so he takes after his dad and not short arse me
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Old 14.11.2010, 05:33
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Congrats nicky - I had no idea other! The things i miss when i am away ;-)
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Old 14.11.2010, 05:46
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Hi Nicky

My hearty congratulations to you and your baby boy. Motherhood is such a unbelievable fantastic gift


Time Well Spent

See tiny fingers and tiny toes,
Bright baby eyes, cute baby nose;
Hear baby gurgles and baby sighs,
As Mom sings lullabies.
Life is changed, but that's okay;
It's fun to spend glad hours each day,
Taking time for all the good
That comes along with parenthood.
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Old 14.11.2010, 10:44
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Re: C-Section on request

Whos a clever girl then
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Old 14.11.2010, 10:48
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Re: C-Section on request

Heartfelt congratulations Nicky, hubby and baby.
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Re: News straight from the press - to Nicky, a son.

Nicky's first post here being slightly off-topic (it was part of this Thread) as a 'neat and tidy' Mod I moved her post and gave her a new Thread all to herself. (actually, I almost missed the news completely hidden away as it was).

Warmest best wishes to you all and congratulations.

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Re: News straight from the press - to Nicky, a son.

Congratulations!!!

Totally agree that a c-section is anything but a nice and confortable way of delivering a baby. I felt quite sick during the whole excercise. On the other hand, it lasted only 30 minutes (ok, felt like hours....), so I guess that's the good part....compared to many hours of labor....

In a week's time, you will feel much better. As soon as they take away the stitches, you can move around without the pain you feel now. In the mean time, take advantage of the service at the hospital.
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Re: News straight from the press - to Nicky, a son.

Congrats Nicky, I hope you and your family have a wonderful time getting to know each other!
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Re: News straight from the press - to Nicky, a son.

Just read this so wonderful news. This is adding some more Sun on this already Sunny Sunday. welcoming hug to the baby boy.
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Congratulations Nicky, how wonderful!
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i'll refrain from naming him on a public forum.
We'll just call him "lil' EF".

congratulations...!!!
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