Wednesday, 16 January 2013

evacuate





Progress on my rose stars, no progress on the baby.

Going to see the midwife at lunchtime... here's hoping she can get things moving (due date +6).


Linking up:

WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced


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40 comments:

  1. Stars are gorgeous! Good luck with the Midwife :)

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  2. These are looking great, Lucy :)

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  3. Love the epp, but the blog title had me thinking that you were posting mid labour!

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  4. Gorgeous stars! I hope you don't have time to do much more once you've seen the midwife!

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  5. Lovely rose stars. Hope it goes well with the midwife (I remember the frustration of being overdue - mine arrived at +13 and +5)

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  6. The Rose Stars are looking fabulous! Good luck with the midwife xx

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  7. Good luck Lucy!

    That Rose Star quilt is looking stunning, it really is a labour of love. I made 3 rose stars before I decided I couldn't hack it :)

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  8. I had a horrible idea I was going to get a graphic mid birth shot then, thank god it wasn't, enjoy your trip to the midwife, and if she offers you a sweep, remember it's nothing to do with your housework!! ; ).

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  9. Oh Lucy, happy belated Birthday!
    I keep my fingers crossed that the baby will arrive soon!
    Your Rose Stars look great!

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  10. The roses are gorgeous!!
    I hope the midwife gets things a moving!!

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  11. Stretch and sweep, that's all I'm saying (coming from someone who went 10 days over three times and had inductions looming). Gorgeous rose stars x

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  12. The stars are looking fab, Lucy! And Jess's comment is perfect!

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  13. My two were born +16 (v.busy hospital) and +14 so I feel for you! Hurry up Baby Charm, your Mummy has had enough!

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  14. Can she sweep your membranes? That helped move things along with my second two babies. Be sure to do lots of squats to bring the baby further down, too. These last few days sure seem to stretch on forever, don't they?

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  15. I wasn't quite sure what to make of your blog title. But I see you are producing beautiful stars while waiting to produce "little charm." I love that name!!

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  16. I honestly thought the baby was on its way with that title!

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  17. I honestly thought the baby was on its way with that title!

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  18. Rose Stars is going to be fabulous. Hope Midwife is helpful... lol

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  19. That baby still isn't here yet??? Poor mama!

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  20. Good luck with the baby. Mine were all late. The first +14 :/

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  21. Your roses are gorgeous! What an accomplishment! Enjoy the quiet before the baby storm! Just a few more days, they do all come out no matter what people say. ;-)

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  22. Rose stars are lovely - hope midwife helped!

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  23. The stars are just amazing and I wish baby would hurry up and get here so we could all cheer for you!! I didn't go over with either of mine, so I have no advice for you other than walking and squats because I wanted to have Oren 2 weeks early and actually went into labor the day I wanted to have him...probably complete coincidence, but I did a lot of walking that day...

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  24. darn! when I saw your blog next up in my reader, I has hoping for a baby picture! hang in there, that baby can't stay in there forever. I know how frustrating late babies can be. My oldest was +15 days

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  25. Same as above...when I saw your WIP I had to pop over to see if you had your baby. Hope you have the baby in your arms soon!! Your rose stars are gorgeous!!

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  26. Lovely stars. I hope that the visit to the midwife was positive. Di x

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  27. Oh dear, I do know what you're going through...these dreaded lazy babies... Hope the midwife gets you sorted - if you have the option, avoid being induced if you are going for a natural birth, the single most painful thing I've ever gone through - much worse than my two uninduced!

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  28. Oh dear, I do know what you're going through...these dreaded lazy babies... Hope the midwife gets you sorted - if you have the option, avoid being induced if you are going for a natural birth, the single most painful thing I've ever gone through - much worse than my two uninduced!

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  29. Well, I hope the midwife has got things going for you: its so horrid just waiting. My youngest was 3 weeks late by my dates!!

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  30. The stars look great, but hope the baby gets TH out of there soon!

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  31. Come on sleepy head! We're not that bad! (Good luck Lucy!)

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  32. Maybe it's one of those babies that does the opposite of what you say. You could tell it to stay in as long as it wants then maybe it would get out quick smart! Your rose stars is looking lovely though, maybe it's giving you enough time to get it completely finished...

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  33. Such beautiful blocks - hope you had some good news today or are having a babeeeee!

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  34. Come on Baby Charm. We're anxious to welcome you to the world.

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  35. I also got excited by the title - ha!
    I also had to visit the doc 28yrs ago when I was +6 with my 2nd. Oh he certainly did the trick - hope your visit went in a similar way.x

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  36. Those stars are so beautiful! Day 6 might be your lucky baby day..

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  37. Stunning roses! My problem was keeping the baby INSIDE so I cannot say I can relate to baby being late. All three were 2-3wks early. I will say this, they sure know how to show Mommy whose boss even before birth! Come on baby! Lets go!!!

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  38. Yay! These rose stars look so great :-D I finished five or so blocks during holiday travels. I'm definitely finishing a rose star block in 2013 ;-)

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