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Am still here, but feeling a bit grim again. Twelve weeks on Monday though, so hopefully things will start to look up at that point. B and his parents planted all my apple trees yesterday. In the rain. I love them.
Roll on 12 weeks! Roll on, baby!
Great to find your blog!Thanks for taking the time re World Book Day.Dx
Twelve weeks here we come! :) Good news about the trees, though - what sort are they? And are you headed orchard-wards, by any chance?
keep yer pecker up, luv, and you'll soon be buzzin' around. feeling grim and being sick, gets on yer pip, doesn' it? kaz xx
Won't you be glad to have the first trimester over with! :-)I, too, am curious about what kinds of apple trees you've planted, and what your plans are for the future. We are trying to put in about 6 to 8 fruit trees per year.
yay for being almost 12 weeks!re the name post, my mum's claim to fame is that she went to school with Peter Abbot.
Glad you're hanging in there love.. Sorry about the sick thing. I hope it stops really soon. D'you think your inlaws would come and help out in my garden? My darn husband isn't much help. Your beehives are great.. I think my dad could have been a beekeeper, he always picks them up when he sees them crawling on the ground, and puts them somewhere safe, it's really sweet.
I always read that being sick a lot in the first three months is a sign of a healthy baby. That was my only consolation when I ended up in hosital with acute dehydration with my second pregnancy. But it really doesn't go on for ever.
c'mon break a leg,,don't be sad...