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Old 10-13-05, 02:31 PM
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Missy, those were biggish babies for five weeks early! I think I'll be having my little stinker by Christmas, about 8 weeks early. We'll see though. I don't want boobs. I just don't want to keep tripping on mine when I go for a jog. I think a perky B would be good instead of test tube AA's! What is it with all us women getting boob jobs? They even are in a craze up here in AK. I had to buy a special pillow for massage because of all of them. I'm trying to be nicer today to the nurses.
 
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Old 10-13-05, 03:16 PM
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I think my peanuts will be on the large side also. They are already 7 inches long. The doc said I have long skinny babies
 
How long is your little girl (have you definately decided on a name?) Why are you being nice to the nurse...do you think that in return she will be nicer to you? I actually went back to school last year to become a nurse. Don't know what I was thinking...I feel too old to be in school. I was a hotel manager, but decided if I want to have a family, the hours are crappy and needed to find something else to do with my life. I'll tell you, I've learned alot through the ivf process about how nurses treat patients, and about how I want to treat my patients
 
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Old 10-13-05, 03:44 PM
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Missy, You sound like you would make a great nurse! I went back to school at 33 to switch from sales to mental health-not such a big jump looking back! It was so much easier than when I was in college (late teens early 20s). I think being truly interested in what you're studying helps. But I now work in a medical center. Our nurses are sooo great! Our medical assistants are another story...you don't want to meet one of those or be one either (not all of them are nasty-some are really sweet)....
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Old 10-13-05, 06:41 PM
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I don't know how long she is but she weights 1 pound one ounce. 7 inches is long! Are you and dh tall? We haven't decided on names yet. What about you? Glinda think Sawyer or Jack. Hmmmm...Jackie maybe. My friend is naming her little boy Raven. Damn hippies! Leslie
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Neither my dh or I am very tall. His whole family is on the short side and so is most of mine. The only tall person in either of our families is my dad who is 6ft, 4 in. We do have names...Maxwell James (Ma
 
and Isabelle Rose (Not sure of her nickname maybe Izzy). Going back to school isn't so bad, I just wish I had done it years ago so I would be all settled. I'll be taking time off to have the kids, and I don't know how hard it will be trying to study with 2 babies running around.
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