Ive been slacking big time for the past few weeks! Had so much to do and not enough hours in the day.
Finally only 3 weeks till the little darlings go back to school. I CANT WAIT! don't get me wrong they have their moments when they can be really good but whether its just me (I'm starting to think so) but i clean one room, go to clean the next and the first room is a bloody mess again!
Routine goes wooooosh straight out the window. No more up early for school, breakfast, hands, face teeth and dressed. Coming home from school and making sure their bedrooms are tidy. Bedtime at 8:30! Now its get up when they feel, play on computer or read till lunch then get dressed etc once theirfriends come to play and no bed till 9pm +
So only 3 weeks left...
Well nothing much has been happening in the gud ole Smith household. Have taken up to baking in huge amounts lol, Ginger biscuits and strawberry flavoured buns along with an eve's pudding were on the menu the other day, however with …
Cute i hear you say?! Defiantly you just want to snuggle and pinch their cheeks and gurgle along with them in their own special baby talk. I'm wondering how many have thought to our self's i would love to have twins...but they are not on either side of the family and I'm not taking fertility drugs?! I know i have even when i was pregnant with my son 8 years ago all i could think was oooohhhh what if it was twins.
I have twins in my family, my fathers brother was a twin. My DH has twins in his family too.
So here are some basic facts on twins..
Generally 1 out of 89 pregnancies produce twins naturally conceived Most twins are Fraternal this means they are made from 2 different eggs. Identical twins are rare and come from the same egg.
Having a family history of twins will increase your chances of having twins. This is true if you have a family history of twins, meaning someone on your mother’s side or father’s side of the family has had twins, especially if they had fraternal twi…
So 3rd March brought us a day where we thought it would be our step forward, we would have all the answers, we would know which way we were heading. I suppose in a sense we do but first we have a huge decision to make........
or at least i do!
We started the morning by chatting to each other on the way to the hospital, what did we expect to be said?
In all fairness we both agreed that we thought they would say, nothing more we can do and IVF would be our only option. We were ready for that answer and excepting of it also.
However that wasn't the case.
We can do Ivf, that's not a problem. My fallopian tubes are swollen and twisted putting me at higher risk of ectopic pregnancy. I do have a slight chance of conceiving naturally, even though this hasn't happened in the 5 years since our miscarriage.
If we went for the ivf although the egg will be implanted into my uterus the egg could 'migrate' into my fallopian tube and cause an ectopic pregnancy. Or fluid could buil…