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Thread: Royal Baby.

  1. #31
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    I can sympathize with the "morning sickenss" However for me it was like stomach flu for 9 months. I can assure I did not look camera ready at all. I sure hope they leave Kate alone, when she is up to it I am sure she will let the photographers have their fun.

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    For ONCE something good in the news to look forward to! That baby is going to be so spoiled!
    Thank You Lord for answering my prayers, in this I am truely blessed!

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    I got pregnant on a saturday, monday i started throwing up...about ten times a day ...threw the whole nine months.
    made them stop at the sink after 36 hrs of labor four shots of pitocin, had a c section. I KNOW how she feels.
    good part, only gained nine pounds. My son was 7-10 oz.

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    I actually have a book of Paper Dolls of William, Diana and Charles, of when William was born. Maybe I'll send them to Kate and William when the baby is born, got them in a art store somewhere a long time ago. I'm also happy for the couple and the U.K.

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    I had four children and varying levels of sickness. One I threw up for 3 straight months and lost 25 pounds, but my babies were all healthy.

    My sister-in-law had the same condition as Kate. She couldn't keep anything down from the second month until the day she had the baby. She was hospitalized several times suffering from severe dehydration and nutritional deficiencies. That causes other problems. It was a pregnancy from hell and we are lucky she and the baby are now fine. Please don't minimize Kate's condition - it is a serious and dreadful way to go through a pregnancy.
    I'd rather be at the lake

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    I had the same problem 45 years ago. I needed to be put into the hospital and receive IV's. I was sick for 51/2 months and lost my first baby. They will treat Kate with the best medicine has to offer, plus she will receive the TLC to know she can get through this. And, of course, she has William. He adores her as well as the the rest of the royals. This is a blessing for them all. God bless Kate and William and their very precious baby!

    Annee in Arizona
    Quote Originally Posted by ashlett View Post
    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have announced they are expecting there first child, Kate has been admitted to hospital with severe morning sickness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltmom04 View Post
    I, too, hope the paparazzi give them some privacy because I have just about had ENOUGH of it already! MANY, MANY women were ( and are) sick with pregnancy, our backs hurt, our feet swelled. She's not the first one to have a child. We don't need to keep hearing about it!!!
    We hoped that the paparazzi had learned their lesson after the Princess Diane tragedy but no chance http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-20649816

    I actually live on the Isle of Anglesey where they have their home and we are so tight lipped about them, if the paparazzi gave them hell here we would through them over the Menai Bridge!

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