rmc28: (silly)
Nico has a new consistent and very clear word: Poo. 

Charles finds this very funny.  Ok, so do I.

Also Charles has begun asking daily when we are going to have another baby.   He doesn't like the answer "Never".  This is the stereotype one expects from one's mother-in-law, not one's beloved firstborn.
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Or, how pregnancy made me so much more pro-choice

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On Wednesday morning I saw a GP at my practice: we had a slightly rambly discussion of my state of mind; she noted my counselling appointment; I don't want drugs if I can avoid it, and want to see how talking-therapy works first.  I'm going back in a few weeks to keep her updated.

On Wednesday afternoon I saw my counsellor for the first of 7-8 appointments.. 
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rmc28: (destructive)
In the UK, the health visitor screens mothers with a questionnaire when the baby is about 3 months old.  I ... didn't pass the screening.

It's more a disappointment than a surprise. I am taking the screening seriously and I'm seeking help, with appointments with my GP and my employer's counselling service later this week.

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I'm 10 weeks pregnant, due on 6th July 2012, which was the birthday of my maternal grandmother Ada.

Short version: I'm really happy to have conceived, and really looking forward to the eventual baby, but I'm disliking the experience of pregnancy even more than I did with Charles.

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