Some mums were chatting about car seats. am going to go into our local baby shop in a few months and get them to test out the diff seats in our car. and if i measure and compare with the cheaper ones at BigW etc I will know what we can fit in and afford! We have a mazda 6 station wagon but i can't imagine a 3rd seat fitting in v easily.
Kim - I'm so sorry for your loss.
Rachel - I had a massive clot the length of my placenta and 1cm thick, when preg with DS and bled heavily for 3 weeks on and off from the 10 week mark. But he was fine. I had lots of scans and checks and it scared me witless (esp after a history of m/c). I hope yours settles down soon. As long as you have all your symptoms its ok - its funny how feeling sick and tired is such a good thing hey smile
And sorry i forgot who asked the NT question. I'm 33, was 30 when i had the NT scan with DD and 32 with DS. Both my kids were v low risk and it was nice to have the reassurance so i could relax a bit as I lost 2 babies before DD. But the scans are not 100%. Our neighbour got a false result - her son was born with Downs but had ok NT scans. For most ppl its a nice way to see their baby and check things seem ok so far. If you are happy to wait til 20 weeks, esp if you are under 30 and lower risk, don't feel pushed into it. alot of women now have 6-8 week dating scans too, but its by no means required.