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Oh no EF, thinking of you too and hoping all well. xx
OMG what an awful night. So glad you are OK EF, was terrified for you when I read your post. take it easy please.
And so glad your sis is OK. I can't quite believe anyone would do that to a marathon race. All those kids watching parents. I can't quite believe it. Am rather worried now about my family coming to watch me?? I am sure it will be OK but its playing on mind somewhat, along with that 8 yr old boy who died .
On a different note. CM if you are reading or JT. I have just claimed a family voucher for Caldicot castle on 5th May on Groupon. Wondered if you fancied it? Its valid for 3 more days.
EF (( ))) Glad you and baby both OK though. Have texted you and Andy to say if theres anything I can do to help out just give me a shout. Happy to have Lou, come look after her at yours, come visit if you're in ERI for few days, etc etc. Thinking of you all - hugs.
Oh EF hope you are ok, havn't been on here until now. Fingers crossed everything is ok, how many weeks left? One of my June mum's from last year had a lot of bleeding and gave birth early but Thomas is a bouncing boy now despite being I think 8 weeks before due date.
oh EF - i do hope all is well. you poor love. what an absolute shock for you.
terrible news from boston - can't take it in really
i'm afraid i don't have the kids that sunday, MM. i'm in the dales on a walking weekend with N and his friends that weekend anyway. would have been good otherwise. caldicot castle is lovely.
Likewise, my good friend down South had lots of bleeding from five months in to the end. It became a standing joke on a Friday eve that I would get a call from her ... something along the lines of 'guess where I am' 'oh, that'll be St Peters then?' ... when he eventually arrived, several days late, it was a Friday of course!!! Anyway, hope baby Flump continues to stay put and stay well.
So many worrying tales at the moment ... my mum just called to say that my cousins little boy, three weeks old, has got to go in for chemotherapy ... he was born with a large strawberry mark on his lip, but lumps came up all over his body ... and it's melanoma ... cannot imagine a lad that wee going through chemo, he's already had an MRI and several general anasthetics too. such a horrible horrible time for my cousin and his wife too. Was just about to send off package with card and a couple of small presents too - bit undecided what to do ...
I think if I was down to run London at the weekend I would still do it - if we back down they have succeeded.
Three miles done on dreadmill this morning, hopefully another 3-4 later. Pilates class No. 1 taught, off for quick cuppa with a friend before more jobs ...
CC - that is so sad, I hope they are able to do something.
Gosh I had no idea you could be born with melanoma.
Hope scan was ok EF.
Oh dear Vixo.....starvation? Bit harsh I know.........
So my sister was in a bar a couple of blocks away from the finish line, and heard nothing. Then a waitress came and told them and the tvs were turned on, and they stayed there till they were evacuated. Fortinately she was already booked on a bus to leave so I think it was all quite straightforward.
Just heard some Boston reporter interviewed on radio 4. Apparently the little boy who died had just seen his dad, who was running. He'd run up to him and given him a hug, then his dad ran on to collect bags etc, and the boy went back to his mum. He died, his sister lost a leg and his mum was seriously hurt.
OMG that breaks my heart!
No words to describe, just horrific, and as MM says, utterly heartbreaking
I'm guessing she's tried that.......
I'm always amazed by the fact that they put women with potential complications with women who are cuddling newborn babies. Seems a bit unfair. Even if you have to stay in bed for the next 3 months EF, it will be worth it! Didn't Vixo have a haematoma with O? Not sure if she had bleeding though.
So I have an appt next Mon with the Osteo my friends have recommended. £80 for a first hr long appt......I am trying not to think about that part!! Then I have an appt with my gp the following Mon just incase she can suggest something else, or the osteo thinks I should see anyone else. Am back on the non steroidals, and I haven't had to take them for months.
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