Vehicles suitable for multiple children
Posted 26 January 2011 - 04:07 PM
DH: 40, confirmed azoospermia
2008 - first visit to fertility clinic, TESA = no sperm
2009 - chose donor
- 2 dIUIs, both BFN
- IVF: June 2009, ER=17, fertilization=12, ET=2, frosties=7, OHSS, BFP!!!!
2010 - DS, Korbin, born March 4 (most amazing miracle ever!!)
- FET: (2) Dec 10, Dec 25 - BFP
2011 - January 11 - OMG... TWINS!!! due August 31
- August 16th - Aspyn Josephine & Lochlan Michael born!!
Posted 26 January 2011 - 04:46 PM
TTC: started at age 29. MF and Endometriosis
IVF #1: BFP! Twins!
FET #1: BFP but M/C at 6.5 weeks
FET #2: BFN
IVF #2: ER: 15 retrieved, 12 mature and 11 fertilized/ ET: 1 beautiful 1AB blast and 2 grade 3 morulas. Nothing to freeze.
BFP!! It's twins again!
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Posted 26 January 2011 - 06:09 PM
DX: Septate Uterus
1st MC: Oct 2008
2nd MC: May 2009
3rd MC: July 2013
Baby Boy Scott welcomed into this world on July 30, 2010
Posted 26 January 2011 - 07:00 PM
Add in a stroller, diaper bag, purse, groceries etc and even a van can become full quickly especially in the winter when there are bulky clothing.
I have a caravan with sto n go storage and I love it.
DS conceived naturally 1996
Sixteen week Interstitial pregnancy 2000 (major internal damage done)
2004 & 2007 Adopted our two DS's (both autistic)
Au Natural TTC since 2000+ & Infertility treatments since 2002
November 2008 FET - BFP!!!!
1st beta - 113.5 & 2nd beta - 416
26 weeks and baby weighs 2 pounds 1 ounce
Welcomed Maxwell Thomas Ewing on August 2nd
7 pounds 13 ounces and 20 inches
IVF #4 - BFN
Nine frosties waiting for us!
4 Fresh IVF
Posted 26 January 2011 - 08:38 PM
Our main reasons are:
1. Safety - The back seat in a minivan is safer than the one in a crossover. Minivans are one of the safest vehicles that you can buy.
2. Storage - More room to store baby gear in the back even with the 3rd row in (the back has a big bucket area in addition the the room behind the seat)
3. Gas mileage is way better
4. No side door to swing open = less chance of damaging our vehicle or someone elses (imagine once the kids can open it). Also, the side door on both sides is a plus.
It just makes sense to us, despite the minivan stigma.
Emma Jane born Nov 2007
TTC#2 x 2 years
July/Aug 2010 IVF/ICSI #1 - BFP!
May 10, 2011 - Violet Grace is born!
TTC#3 - Surprise BFP just when I signed up for IVF #2
Aug 3 (17 dpo) beta 507
Aug 4 (18 dpo) beta 796
Aug 7 (22 dpo) beta 3366
Aug 21 - viability u/s @ 7w fhr: 146bpm
EDD: April 7, 2013 Robert Wyatt born April 13, 2013
Posted 27 January 2011 - 12:19 AM
We bought our 08 chevy suburban with 70,000 kms on it for $30,000. If you really shop around you *can* find a great deal. If you're in a hurry, then you'll most likely end up paying more.
Oh and, once upon a time I had an 06 Chrysler Town & country. It was pretty good for when the twins were first born in their bucket infant seats but I wouldn't ever have put one of them in the back row. It was much too close to the rear and I feared in the event of an rear end collision that they would have died. That seat was also quite flimsy and uncomfortable and it really had ZERO space compared to the suburban we have now. Add to that, that it was a stinkin' minivan and looked like an old man car...shudder. I hated it. Would I ever buy a minivan again? No, defintely not. It's not my style and they appear less safe then a full sized SUV to me. I'd rather get plowed into in my suburban then that piece minivan.
TTC since October 2004
2 Miscarriages (2006 &2007)
Twin Monkeys born February '09
Going for #3????
SURPRISE!! Natural pregnancy due around April 2, 2011
Stick baby stick!!!
OOPS! I was wrong!! Baby #3 is due March 26,2011.
We are safely in the 2nd tri. :-)
October 27,2010- gender scan...who do we have on board?
It's another BOY!!! Can't wait to meet you little man!
Scheduled section: March 18,2011
Welcome to the world RJ!!! 8lbs 12 oz born at 38w6d
Posted 29 August 2011 - 11:38 PM