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Re: Oxfordshire general chit chat: Part 14
« Reply #230 on: 21/12/11, 21:42 »
Jen - there is a Premier Inn right next to the Oxford Business Park (where OFU is based) - 'The Longwall' beefeater is attached to it, you may have seen it when driving to OFU.

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Re: Oxfordshire general chit chat: Part 14
« Reply #231 on: 21/12/11, 22:23 »
Jen - there is a Premier Inn right next to the Oxford Business Park (where OFU is based) - 'The Longwall' beefeater is attached to it, you may have seen it when driving to OFU.

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Yes, I've seen it. We've been in the pub too :)

Sorry about the tmi and the over enthusiasticness my last comment.. i just didnt know that was an option xx

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« Reply #232 on: 22/12/11, 10:18 »
Yes, my dh did his at home and then I drove it to the JR, nestled between my legs to keep it warm ;D
 
I'm gradually getting through my VERY long Xmas To Do List and am feeling a lot more ready for The Day now! In case I don't get a chance to say it nearer the time,
 

 ^stocking^ HAPPY CHRISTMAS to everyone! ^santa^ ^xmassmile^

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« Reply #233 on: 23/12/11, 08:30 »
Just a quick message from me. Wishing everyone a very merry Christmas and a happy, healthy New Year. May 2012 be a great year for everyone. xxx

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Re: Oxfordshire general chit chat: Part 14
« Reply #234 on: 23/12/11, 09:29 »
Jo - I also did birth afterthoughts about a year after Harrys birth (quite a traumatic emergency CS), I found them amazing and they helped me lay so much to rest and make some really informed choices about Olivers birth. Glad you found them so useful.
 
Happy Christmas everyone, I think of you all often even though I rarely find the time to post.
 
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Re: Oxfordshire general chit chat: Part 14
« Reply #235 on: 23/12/11, 15:18 »

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year everyone.


Sorry I've been a bit of an absent poster, not sure where the time goes!


My little ladies are 17 months old now, and although they don't understand Christmas they love the trees and decorations.  They were amazing on holiday, and far more confident in the pool than I ever imagined.  Am a little worried they will now assume that all pools have a swim up bar though! lol


Hope everyone has a great Christmas, and hopefully we can arrange a meet up in the New Year as it's been far too long!


Love Nicky



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Re: Oxfordshire general chit chat: Part 14
« Reply #236 on: 23/12/11, 19:57 »
Hey, I want to wish you all a



and will be back after christmas xxxx

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Re: Oxfordshire general chit chat: Part 14
« Reply #237 on: 27/12/11, 14:10 »
Hi Ladies,
 
Hope everyone had a good Christmas?
 
Quick question, I was due to start injecting on short protocol in about a weeks time but am wondering whether we postpone? I've had cold after cold plus a tooth extraction the week before Christmas and have been a bit run down. What do you think? The problem is January works really well in terms of low work committments and therefore less stress  ???  I just think it hasn't worked so many times when "everything has been perfect" in terms of health etc that does it really make any difference?
 
All thoughts gratefully received.
 
Love to all,
Pinot xx

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Re: Oxfordshire general chit chat: Part 14
« Reply #238 on: 27/12/11, 21:02 »
Pinot, I think you should do whatever you feel comfortable with. The treatment which worked for us was the one where we were just using up our frozen embryos before moving to a new clinic! Hope that helps x

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Re: Oxfordshire general chit chat: Part 14
« Reply #239 on: 28/12/11, 20:35 »
Pinot I had a vile stinking cold during IVF but it still worked. I'm afraid I don't know whether being generally run-down would have any impact. Very good luck, if you do decide to go ahead.

 

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