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Old June 9th 07, 03:24 AM posted to misc.kids,misc.kids.pregnancy,uk.people.parents
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On Jun 8, 7:39 am, "Welches"
wrote:
Birth of Philip Richard at 1:00am today (8 June)
He's a wriggly baby who had to sleep in baby Anabelle's cot last night as we
arrived back at 4am with the moses basket still in the loft. #1 and #2 think
they've got a new doll to play with anyway!
Debbie


Congratulations!

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Old June 9th 07, 04:39 AM posted to misc.kids,misc.kids.pregnancy,uk.people.parents
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Birth of Philip Richard at 1:00am today (8 June)e

congrats!


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Old June 9th 07, 08:27 AM posted to misc.kids,misc.kids.pregnancy,uk.people.parents
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In article ,
"Welches" wrote:

Birth of Philip Richard at 1:00am today (8 June)
He's a wriggly baby who had to sleep in baby Anabelle's cot last night as we
arrived back at 4am with the moses basket still in the loft. #1 and #2 think
they've got a new doll to play with anyway!
Debbie


Congratulations!

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start out crisp, neat and tough, but you end up pale, limp and wrinkled."
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Old June 9th 07, 07:16 PM posted to misc.kids,misc.kids.pregnancy,uk.people.parents
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Welches wrote:

Birth of Philip Richard at 1:00am today (8 June)
He's a wriggly baby who had to sleep in baby Anabelle's cot last night as we
arrived back at 4am with the moses basket still in the loft. #1 and #2 think
they've got a new doll to play with anyway!


Congratulations! Not bored anymore, eh?

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Old June 9th 07, 09:18 PM posted to misc.kids,misc.kids.pregnancy,uk.people.parents
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Congratulations!! Great birthday - I'm 8th June too.

S (Mum to James 4.5)



"Welches" wrote in message
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Birth of Philip Richard at 1:00am today (8 June)
He's a wriggly baby who had to sleep in baby Anabelle's cot last night as
we arrived back at 4am with the moses basket still in the loft. #1 and #2
think they've got a new doll to play with anyway!
Debbie



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Old June 9th 07, 10:43 PM posted to misc.kids,misc.kids.pregnancy,uk.people.parents
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Well, congratulations! Am I the only one who had absolutely no idea you
were pregnant? Best wishes for everyone.


I think she snuck it in somewhere about 6-7 mths ago, she's been more active
in posting, than before she was pregnant, I think, plus a moderate number of
threads started with some kind of query relating to her pregnancy, those
perhaps not as profilific as some, I guess if you don't read often, it would
be possible not to know someone was pregnant, though things are generally
pretty quiet, I can't think of that many people who are pregnant on here
right now anyway! There is NL, ncrist, blue/beyond the pale, Boliath, a
couple more who've popped in for the occasional post. Another recent birth
from someone you right remember from previously, was Karen, from the UK, had
her 4th a bit over 2 yrs ago I think and was on here a bit, she just had a
5th, unfortunately emergency c-section due to placenta previa that then
caused a lot of bleeding. Oh and there was emilymr who had a vbac and Elle
who did manage to notice she was in labour. A lot of longer standing posters
seem to have finished their families, or are having a break, or
unfortunately having miscarriages. I'm reading this from
misc.kids.pregnancy, if you're reading it elsewhere, then all that above is
probably irrelavant, LOL.

Anne


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Old June 10th 07, 03:44 AM posted to misc.kids,misc.kids.pregnancy,uk.people.parents
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Congratulations! :-)


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Old June 10th 07, 11:31 AM posted to misc.kids,misc.kids.pregnancy,uk.people.parents
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"Welches" wrote in message
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Birth of Philip Richard at 1:00am today (8 June)
He's a wriggly baby who had to sleep in baby Anabelle's cot last night as
we arrived back at 4am with the moses basket still in the loft. #1 and #2
think they've got a new doll to play with anyway!
Debbie

Many congratulations

Fred


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Old June 10th 07, 03:57 PM posted to misc.kids,misc.kids.pregnancy,uk.people.parents
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"Anne Rogers" wrote in message
. ..

Well, congratulations! Am I the only one who had absolutely no idea you
were pregnant? Best wishes for everyone.


I think she snuck it in somewhere about 6-7 mths ago, she's been more
active in posting, than before she was pregnant, I think, plus a moderate
number of threads started with some kind of query relating to her
pregnancy, those perhaps not as profilific as some, I guess if you don't
read often, it would be possible not to know someone was pregnant, though
things are generally pretty quiet, I can't think of that many people who
are pregnant on here right now anyway! There is NL, ncrist, blue/beyond
the pale, Boliath, a couple more who've popped in for the occasional post.
Another recent birth from someone you right remember from previously, was
Karen, from the UK, had her 4th a bit over 2 yrs ago I think and was on
here a bit, she just had a 5th, unfortunately emergency c-section due to
placenta previa that then caused a lot of bleeding. Oh and there was
emilymr who had a vbac and Elle who did manage to notice she was in
labour. A lot of longer standing posters seem to have finished their
families, or are having a break, or unfortunately having miscarriages. I'm
reading this from misc.kids.pregnancy, if you're reading it elsewhere,
then all that above is probably irrelavant, LOL.


Well, that's the reason right there! I'm unsubbed from m.k.p. so I'm reading
from m.k. What a nice surprise! Thanks for the updates Anne.

JennP.


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Old June 10th 07, 08:49 PM posted to misc.kids,misc.kids.pregnancy,uk.people.parents
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Well, that's the reason right there! I'm unsubbed from m.k.p. so I'm
reading from m.k. What a nice surprise! Thanks for the updates Anne.


It does seem wierd when you have some of the same people in different
newsgroups, actually I remember reading one of Welches posts in m.k. and
thinking, hey, do people here know she is pregnant?

Anne


 




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