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Half way!!

so I'm now 20+3 and had my anomaly scan yesterday. All is well with baby, we decided not to find out the gender. It was amazing to see our little miracle jiggling away. I started to feel baby moving this week too which is amazing and reassuring, although I have a anterior placenta so don't feel as much as I might otherwise. There's also no hiding bump now! These stories always gave me so much hope when we were going through IVF and after our first unsuccessful attempt so I really hope this helps you brave people. Lots of baby dust to you all, hang in there, its worth it. Xxx

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I love reading success stories after our 2 losses this year I hold on to hope I will get there, how amazing to feel your baby! I can't wait for that xx

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Fantastic news. Now you can sit back and enjoy the rest of the pregnancy. x

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That amazing news Hun u and baby is ok😃👶 I'm 13 weeks 2morrow and this Monday I'm gonna see my little one 😍 If I could I will do scan every week ☺️☺️ In beginning on first visit with midwife we talk about not to know the gender ...hubby was ok with that saying if I don't want to know he don't want to either ...till yesterday 😔 He change his mind saying that he want to know and is better because we can prepared us self what to buy and all other things . I told him and ask please can we not know ....😔 I don't know how to convince him to change his mind and be with me on that 😔😔

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Congratulations and how wonderful you are now feeling your little one 💕

I'm now 32 weeks and we decided not to find out the gender either. We felt that we had known every tiny little detail after going through IVF so having one surprise would be lovely!

Stay well and take very good care of yourself xxx

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Congratulations lovely news 😄😄

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Great news. Well done for getting this far. Wishing you all the best. xxxx

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Hi embiemomma. Oh lovely news! Don't worry about not feeling much movement because of the position of the placenta. He/she will soon make his/her presence felt! So pleased for you,and hope your pregnancy continues to be trouble free. Thinking of you. Diane

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