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Monday, April 27th 2009, 11:11pm

Author: andykirbster

Hammersmith

Hi folks, Just wanted to say hi to you all..Not been on here for a Lo-oo-oong time, but noticed the Hammersmith thread. We were "at" Hammersmith for about 18 months in total, 3 cycles, 1 false positive, 1 straight negative and the 3rd on 23rd December 2005 was a positive with immensely high readings on the blood test. We were pregnant with twins. Ben and Lola are now a beautiful 2 1/2 and tearing up the house. We saw Mr Lavery, I agree with some of the comments on here, very clinical and cold at...

Friday, March 28th 2008, 3:37pm

Author: andykirbster

My twins don't like their mum.

hi, Its reassuring to hear of others tales of woe...frankly some days I wish they would go to their mummy instead of me, when Im sitting on the toilet reading the paper, the last thing I need is the kids slapping me on the knees...hmmmm...possibly TMI there...sorry folks... Anyway, DW is slowly coming around to the idea that it is simply a phase, albeit a long one.... As for the dancing...ill see what I can do, now they have got into the craziness world that is "in the night garden" they do a we...

Friday, March 28th 2008, 2:40pm

Author: andykirbster

My twins don't like their mum.

Its all ok thanks, we went to France last week and they went on a major rejection thing. DD's godmother was there and the order of hierarchy seemed to go, me..godmother, mother...not a good sign me thinks. anyway, here's some updated pics for you...

Saturday, January 26th 2008, 12:48am

Author: andykirbster

My twins don't like their mum.

Quoted Originally posted by 1xbaby pls That vid is CLASS so funny i was howling matches music perfectly x x x Thats because the music was playing, they don't dance to anything else...ill prove it tomorrow for you, ill catch them during random play with a blast of house of pain and see how they react...it is very funny!

Thursday, January 10th 2008, 8:47am

Author: andykirbster

My twins don't like their mum.

Thankyou very much for the advice, it is greatly received and I suppose this is simply a "phase"....DW's concern is that this "phase" will last forever, but if last night was anything to go by it will get better. I had to work, sitting in the kitchen, had to get a report finished and working with a 16 month old on each knee is not very easy, so I pushed them away, that sounds brutal, I didnt push them, I simply told them that Daddy couldnt play now and that they needed to go play with Mummy...wh...

Tuesday, January 8th 2008, 11:44pm

Author: andykirbster

My twins don't like their mum.

Quoted Originally posted by KIRSTY G Y'know ... I have no advice, probably shouldn't have replied But did want you to know that it's not as uncommon as you think. Kids are quite selfish at this age, and have no concept of others' feelings ... but their relationship will get better when she finds something she enjoys with them. Does she get any time to herself at all? err...she works Mon to Friday, gets in from work, helps with putting the babes down and sleeps on the couch after Easties and wak...

Tuesday, January 8th 2008, 10:17pm

Author: andykirbster

My twins don't like their mum.

I've searched all the "DAD" forums online and no-one seems to have this problem. So back to good old FZ....not fertility related, but I can trust you folk to know me. What do you think of this...interested to hear your take on it. My kids prefer me to their mother. Theres a start for you, not conceited or big headed, the fact. I come home from work, they come running to me to greet me, laughing and playing, if I walk away they cry. If DW is holding either of them and I come near they almost push...

Saturday, September 8th 2007, 12:10pm

Author: andykirbster

congenital bilateral absence of the vas deferens

Not the right place for this post, but if you get twins, see it as a blessing, without question, twins ARE hard work, but double the work, double the rewards as far as I am concerned! Our twins had their 1st birthday a couple of weeks ago and our journey with IVF seems a distant memory. The best of luck and if you need to chat "privately", feel free to email me...

Monday, September 3rd 2007, 12:13am

Author: andykirbster

congenital bilateral absence of the vas deferens

Hey Becky... Don't despair, I have this condition too and have done all my life funnily enough ;o) Boy if us men had known we had this when we were younger...phew...saved a lot of money on contraception. Anyway, essentially as you know, the water pumps are pumping, just no pipes to deliver the water where it needs to go to, so a little operation to "open your man up" and 20 minutes later they have enough sperm to make 100's of babies. Stick it in the deep freeze, ready for whenever you need it. ...

Thursday, June 21st 2007, 11:19pm

Author: andykirbster

Twin - Carriers - Views yes or no???

Looks pretty good, but looks are all it is going to get you, other than backache, babies heads banged together when going down steps and a DW with two flat boobs We bought two baby carriers, oh the dreams of both walking down the street with one on each's chests... One is slung in the corner and the other never made it out of the box...! Waste o' money...stick to the ferrari of buggies...

Thursday, June 21st 2007, 11:15pm

Author: andykirbster

How many Twin Mums have reached 38 Weeks ?

we were booked in for C-Section at 38+2, the consultant didn't want us to go past 38 due to potential complications. So, no labour pains at all for Mads...our babies were surgically implanted and surgically removed...the wonders of modern medicine!! In hindsight, Mads wouldn't have had it any other way...I say book the c section and if you dont get there, fine...at least if you do, you know you will definitely have your bubbas out by 38+1

Saturday, June 9th 2007, 9:58pm

Author: andykirbster

Sterilising?

I must admit for night time feeds, we used ready made

Thursday, June 7th 2007, 8:15pm

Author: andykirbster

Fathers day and FZBNNmonth

my dw tells me that fathers day is a day made up by hallmark / clinton cards to sell more cards and not an official buy presents day..a bit like grandparents day and christmas!! hehe

Tuesday, June 5th 2007, 9:26pm

Author: andykirbster

Angry

ooh...no I dont think that should be suggested, but i think some awareness sessions during physical education or whatever they teach Sex Education in these days would be very well received and get the little people thinking...

Monday, May 28th 2007, 11:23pm

Author: andykirbster

Angry

I can't agree more. I remember being told that ANY unprotected sex would result in a pregnancy...boy if i'd known then what I know now... I would have a far more notched up bedpost than I have!!

Monday, May 28th 2007, 6:44pm

Author: andykirbster

Totseats

Chill, that looks perfect! except for what do you do if DW won't buy disney out of principle....sad sad world...

Monday, May 28th 2007, 6:42pm

Author: andykirbster

Totseats

Depends on the chair and I wish I had taken some pictures, baby's mouth is at about the height of the table, but thats with mine at 9 months...older children may be higher. For a couple of bits of canvas the size of a couple of baby's bottles, its a real life saver if the restaurant / venue doesn't have any kiddie seats.... but yes, in an ideal world, they would have built in booster seats...

Monday, May 28th 2007, 6:22pm

Author: andykirbster

Totseats

Hi, Having just come back from two weddings, a trip to the local chinese restaurant where they had run out of baby chairs, I cannot recommend enough these Totseats. They are an absolute winner! Allowing babe to sit up at the table with the grown ups... Tot Seats

Monday, May 28th 2007, 8:45am

Author: andykirbster

Angry

This topic was a fantastically heated debate between my DW and my good self last night! She is well up for keeping it a secret from him, but I feel I would have wanted to know myself and allowed me to take the decision as to whether I told a potential future wife / girlfriend. and he's only 9 months old! The debate moved on to whether we even have him looked at in that dept. or not, as my issue is "physical", it should be easy enough to tell around puberty. I dont think we'll ever reach a resolu...

Sunday, May 27th 2007, 9:32pm

Author: andykirbster

car seats

With twins, seats are a different kettle of fish. Take the Jane Rebel Pro or Matrix..We wanted lie flat matrixes, but couldnt because they needed two seat belts and we dont have four seats in the back of our car! Also, you have to think of the weight of the seats. If you car seats are going to form a part of the travel system and not specifically in the car to stay in the car forever then go and try them out. Its all well and good getting the safest car seat in the world, in the safest car if yo...




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