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Monday, April 5th 2010, 8:45pm

Author: Lexie

is a 1st cycle of ivf always going to fail?

BFP with twins 1st ICSI now livley 2 year olds.. Good luck hun x

Monday, February 15th 2010, 3:33pm

Author: Lexie

PRAMS FOR TWINS

Pushoz - The Mountain Buggy is heavy I agree.. I huff and puff to get it in the car boot but never had a prob getting it down.. You make sure the front wheels are pointing outwards and the handle is adjusted right down and there are 2 black push down clips on the footplate...You lean forward over the pushchair and push the 2 black clips down and the buggy folds down into position and by that point you have lost half a stone Hope you get sorted with a buggy. The Mountain Buggy is equipped to take...

Tuesday, February 9th 2010, 10:22am

Author: Lexie

PRAMS FOR TWINS

Hi Roxy.. i'm afraid my hubby sorts out the courier for me.. He has his own business and uses a courier firm for his work a lot so he just rings them and gets them to pick the buggy up from our house. My hubby gets me a big reel of foam from work and I wrap the seats, frame etc in this or you could buy a big roll of bubble wrap, also if I dont have the instructions for the pushchair, I write them out for the new owner.. how to fold the buggy down, change the seats around etc. I email the buyer a...

Monday, February 8th 2010, 9:13pm

Author: Lexie

PRAMS FOR TWINS

I could have done with straight jackets for them tonight not buggies.. absolute little terrors they have been and have thrown their milk all over the kitchen and I mean thrown.. it was everywhere.. they then decided to pull out all the artificial coals on the fire so 2 newly bathed twins ended up being 2 very scruffy ones.. I was so mad with them although Ive calmed down now.. Who needs weightwatchers when you've got twins

Monday, February 8th 2010, 9:03pm

Author: Lexie

PRAMS FOR TWINS

Ha ha Indie.. no way.. I'm loving my garage having a bit space although its now slowly been filled wither other twinlet toys. They also have their smart trikes so will prob use them a lot in the summer. I def think I'm all buggied out now.. well at least until we try for another baby then I can start all over again

Monday, February 8th 2010, 6:19pm

Author: Lexie

PRAMS FOR TWINS

Pushoz I now have the mountain buggy and I love love love it. It is big enoughto take the girls up to 4 if needs be but the only problem is, the seats dont face you which is fine for me as mine are nearly 2 but you may want both babies facing you. It is a dream to push and can be pushed one handed and also great for rough terrain et, it has a lovley shopping basket and the handle can be put up high which is great as me and dh are both quite tall. I know they are expensive but well worth the mone...

Thursday, January 7th 2010, 1:56pm

Author: Lexie

best light up cot toys?

Try this one SS.. Vtech Lullaby Lamb.. my 2 love this and use it every night.. also has a volume control so you dont have to have the sound.. http://www.vtechuk.com/products-and-acce…-light-up-lamb/ I also hads the winnie pooh one and it kept falling off the cot so got this.

Friday, December 18th 2009, 2:45pm

Author: Lexie

Kids at Christmas

Same here.. I am so excited.. its fab having little uns again. I know DD is only 15 but its all about perfumes and clothes and Santa has long gone in her mind. We haven't gone overboard on presents as the girls are only 20 month so dont understand yet but at least this year they can rip the paper off their presents and next year will be even better. Bring it on

Thursday, December 17th 2009, 8:24pm

Author: Lexie

PRAMS FOR TWINS

Well girls please dont think I'm mad but Ive just bought another buggy, the Mountain Buggy Urban double http://www.pushchairs.co.uk/acatalog/urban_double_red.html I'm selling my First Wheels because again although i love it, the seats dont seem big enough and I had the twins in the other day with their snowsuits on and they looked squashed. Apparantly this goes up to 4 years old.. Anyone have any idea where I can get some nice foormuffs to fit it which are not too expensive?

Monday, December 14th 2009, 8:41pm

Author: Lexie

19 wks w/twins and scared!

Lizzy I feel your pain as I went through the exact same thing in my twin pregnancy. A few years previously I had a loop diathermy (removal of abnormal cells from cervix) and they took a large amount of my cervix away so when I fell pregnant with the twins, I worried constant that I would have them very early. I had my cervix measured at 24 weeks and it was 4.3 cm so was spot on but still I worried. I carried my first baby to 41 weeks and she was born a healthy 8lb and I had no problems at all du...

Monday, October 26th 2009, 9:31pm

Author: Lexie

PRAMS FOR TWINS

Roxy the Emmaljunga is a lovley pram.. my friend has it for her twin boys and its lovley but quite large.. its a bit like the Leebruss Premier twin which I had so if space is an issue I would think about it unless you have a garage as thats where I kept mine as it wouldnt fit through many doors. My cousin has a 1 year old and is expecting another baby in Dec and has just bought the Nipper 360 and she loves it. Very difficult choosing and just wish there was a perfect twin pushchair out there but...

Thursday, October 15th 2009, 6:56pm

Author: Lexie

FIRST TRI CHAT ARCHIVE 12/9/09 - 1/12/09

Well done on the twinlets CB.. I had a feeling that it would be. You know where I am if you need anything. Love to you all xx

Thursday, October 15th 2009, 9:58am

Author: Lexie

RE: Twins too little

Hi hun, here is a copy of an old thread I posted Growth Scan

Friday, October 2nd 2009, 7:56pm

Author: Lexie

RE: Antenatal scans and testing with twins

If you read the this thread hun, it should answer some of your questions as it was started by a twin mummy x Nuchal Fold Scan

Friday, October 2nd 2009, 9:43am

Author: Lexie

Wrist Rein ?

Hi Elaine What about the Little Life backpacks with wrist rein attached.. http://www.littlelife.co.uk/html/toddler_daysacks/index.html

Monday, September 28th 2009, 7:56pm

Author: Lexie

Hcg twins?

Hi hun.. sorry you're having to wait so long.. My bloods were 321 14dpo and I had twinnies so you may have 2 cooking in there. Good luck x

Thursday, September 24th 2009, 9:47pm

Author: Lexie

6 week scan - TWINS!

Fab news.. now relax and enjoy xx

Tuesday, September 22nd 2009, 10:58am

Author: Lexie

6 week scan - TWINS!

Hi hun I was also at the CFL clinic but I got scanned at seven weeks and then was discharged to the NHS after my seven week scan so cant help with the sizes. One of mine was always a teeny bit smaller tho so heres hoping tommorrows scan brings good news xx

Thursday, September 17th 2009, 8:49pm

Author: Lexie

PRAMS FOR TWINS

Ha you have been busy twinnie mums to be with your doubler dilemmas. Still loving my Leebruss and bought it for £250 off ebay.. great price and that included the raincovers and changing bag and it is spanking new as it was only used for 4 months . The Icandy Pear is a tandem which takes two carrycots and 2 x maxicosi car seats. Great for when they are little but tbh not much good when the little uns are in the seats as the seats are just too small.. must say found this a godsend when they were l...

Tuesday, September 15th 2009, 9:07am

Author: Lexie

PRAMS FOR TWINS

Got my Leebruss Zoom and it is abs fab, 100 x better than the Icandy pear as the seats are much bigger and twins can face each other, its gorg to push although it is quite long but I did get a bargain and I also sold my Icandy Pear so one happy twin mummy.. although I must say thats it for now, my twin pushchair buying days are done for now.. happy enough with the ones Ive got.




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