Some random things:
Am I reading that chart thingy wrong, or are you just about halfway through the pregnancy? Blimey – you kept that quiet. Surely us lot should have been told first, who cares about parents?
😉 Oh, and I agree with Norah, twins have always seemed a great idea to me.
(yes I know I have pontificated here about my future fatherhood only taking place in my 50’s – but even I can wonder every once in a while. Just don’t tell anyone…)
my Dad is a twin, my husband is a twin and my maternal grandma is a twin. Ay Carumba!!
I too love it that you now outvote Mr Waff and her maj …..
At least, going from 1 to 3 children, you won’t have to argue with hubby about going from 2 to 3 like we do. (I’d like 3 but I can’t stand being pregnant. Makes me too nervous.)
The Belgian coast can be a lot of fun especially when the sun is shining. I’m sure the Princess will enjoy, kids are spoiled there.
Hey ‘waf… did you see what they said about Loccie here? 😉
on 26 April 2005 at 05:25
Augh! I just tuned in! Congratulations times two! Very exciting news, indeed. May the coming months find you healthy and full of energy!
Norah, Loc, hold off on the twins until second time round, I am sick to the back teeth of doctor’s visits, the ante natal care is, um, trying and I suspect post-natal care presents its own difficulties also.
OK, Minks, I’m holding my breath here.
Pog, not as much as me.
I see your point Peggy, but still a bit scary. Will try to see the positive in the Belgian coast.
Jd, nothing we didn’t know already.
FP, most unlikely to do so as you know…trust tomorrow afternoon will be fine.
OK the belgian coast pretty much sucks, but moules and frites is OK – for a day or three.
Beachhutman – it sounds as though you know whereof you speak.