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~Manda Panda +3 1/2~ 16 kids; Arkansas 39074 posts
29th Mar '13
Quoting PJ&C:" <blockquote><b>Quoting ~Manda Panda +3 ~:</b>" Depends on the question lol"</blockquote> ... [snip!] ... 90% and i the 10% of the doctor bill. But once i had paid a little over $1000 for the 10% that they would start covering 100%"


if your deductible is $1000 and you're paying co-insurace (not co-pay ) which it sounds like you are then yes.
But do you have a maternity rider on your plan? If there's no maternity coverage then they can say no to the whole shebang.

PJ&C 2 kids; Arizona 18480 posts
29th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting ~Manda Panda +3 ~:</b>" if your deductible is $1000 and you're paying co-insurace (not co-pay ) which it sounds like you are ... [snip!] ... But do you have a maternity rider on your plan? If there's no maternity coverage then they can say no to the whole shebang."</blockquote



That's what they said was for maternity and that they covered 48hours of a regular labor and 96hours for c-section

~Manda Panda +3 1/2~ 16 kids; Arkansas 39074 posts
29th Mar '13
Quoting PJ&C:" <blockquote><b>Quoting ~Manda Panda +3 ~:</b>" if your deductible is $1000 and you're ... [snip!] ... That's what they said was for maternity and that they covered 48hours of a regular labor and 96hours for c-section"


Awesome! What insurance do you have? I'm jealous lol

PJ&C 2 kids; Arizona 18480 posts
29th Mar '13
Quoting ~Manda Panda +3 ~:" Awesome! What insurance do you have? I'm jealous lol"


Cigna so thats good,we really dont use our insurance for hospital or major issues so i dont know whats good and stuff.
For our first we had a state insurance not sure whats its called and for them i just had to pay $500 and everything was covered.

Brandie Dawne Due November 10; 2 kids; Mt Vernon, Ohio 1234 posts
29th Mar '13
Quoting ~Manda Panda +3 ~:" Ugh my b**bs ALREADY are feeling heavy and achey and I'm only 6 weeks! Guess that's what happens when you've breastfed twice before? lol"


I'm still breastfeeding and my b**bs are killing me but DD refuses to take a bottle.

Dirty Queef Due November 11 (boy); 2 kids; Muff, Ireland 30812 posts
29th Mar '13
Quoting Mrs. Brightside:" I never wore my first baby, but i wanna buy a wrap/carrier for this next baby. My biggest concern is ... [snip!] ... wrap/carrier do you ladies suggests? I know there were a few of you that said you were baby wearers (If that's a word? Lol)"


A lot of people like a moby in the beginning or a boba. I love my ergo for 4 months +. Really want to get a girasol for this baby!!

Mrs.Rachael +2.5 Due November 28 (girl); 18 kids; Shreveport, Louisiana 10326 posts
29th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting ~Manda Panda +3 ~:</b>" Totally. I've seen it on a blog I'm more than certain lol. Or just get those stupid monster carts? Or go to Aldi. They have 2 seat carts that aren't bulky with the big plastic crap."</blockquote>




I keep hearing how awesome aldi is! We don't have one here, but we will most likely being moving to Texas the week after this LO is born, so I know there are some in the DFW area.

ρiηkie ρie 3 kids; 3 angel babies; Kentucky 21902 posts
29th Mar '13
Quoting Mrs. Brightside:" I never wore my first baby, but i wanna buy a wrap/carrier for this next baby. My biggest concern is ... [snip!] ... wrap/carrier do you ladies suggests? I know there were a few of you that said you were baby wearers (If that's a word? Lol)"

I love the moby wrap personally. Super comfy imo. There's a ton of different ways to wear it too so it grows with baby. It's also good for bfing discretely if you plan on breastfeeding.

Mrs. Brightside 2 kids; Lichtensteig, Switzerland 11733 posts
29th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting 3JEMS:</b>" ohhh!! Will she be going to school? I know I was excited when my soon to be four year old was old enough ... [snip!] ... theme with krabby patties lol saying it sounds corny but im excited cause I normally don't plan themed parties so I cant wait!"</blockquote>



We were going to do an ice cream theme since we are having a big sundae bar with lots of toppings but my daughter wanted Minnie Mouse so it is a Minnie Mouse ice social party haha. I am super excited

Mrs. Brightside 2 kids; Lichtensteig, Switzerland 11733 posts
29th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting ρiηkie ρie:</b>" I love the moby wrap personally. Super comfy imo. There's a ton of different ways to wear it too so it grows with baby. It's also good for bfing discretely if you plan on breastfeeding. "</blockquote>




I was looking into the moby.... I think I might get that one

5 years= 5kids Due November 2; 4 kids; Sullivan, Missouri 2287 posts
29th Mar '13
Quoting Mrs. Brightside:" <blockquote><b>Quoting ρiηkie ρie:</b>" I love the moby wrap personally. ... [snip!] ... discretely if you plan on breastfeeding. "</blockquote> I was looking into the moby.... I think I might get that one"


The Moby sucked for me, but I know some girls who swear by it.. I just use an ergo (SP?) it's best for me and my back and b**bs lol

Mrs.Rachael +2.5 Due November 28 (girl); 18 kids; Shreveport, Louisiana 10326 posts
29th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Mrs. Brightside:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting ρiηkie ρie:</b>" I love the moby wrap personally. ... [snip!] ... discretely if you plan on breastfeeding. "</blockquote> I was looking into the moby.... I think I might get that one"</blockquote>



Look online on how to make your own. You just get like 6 yards of fabric and cut it in half long way and that's it. Some places will even cut it in half for you. So much cheaper than a moby and you get two of them.



Also if it's warm where you are I don't recommend a dark color. I got a chocolate brown moby and when I took it off we were both drenched with sweat. (Granted that was over the summer in the south)

PrincessCupcake Due October 23 (girl); 1 child; Palm Harbor, Florida 170 posts
29th Mar '13
Quoting Mrs. Brightside:" I never wore my first baby, but i wanna buy a wrap/carrier for this next baby. My biggest concern is ... [snip!] ... wrap/carrier do you ladies suggests? I know there were a few of you that said you were baby wearers (If that's a word? Lol)"


I swear by the Peanut Shell. Love, love, love it. I sewed an extra seam into it to make it more comfortable on the shoulder. We had a ring sling once she got bigger too.

PrincessCupcake Due October 23 (girl); 1 child; Palm Harbor, Florida 170 posts
29th Mar '13
Quoting 5 years= 5kids:" I swear I may die of over stuffing myself on tuna.. I can't get enough of it! It's all I want! Tuna Tuna ... [snip!] ... DH is like you want some bacon and eggs? I'm like eh, Do we have any tuna?..... I'm starting to think i'm having kittens. "


Two weeks ago I was on a big tuna kick but my mom told me I was going to get mercury poisoning so I quit for a while LOL

PrincessCupcake Due October 23 (girl); 1 child; Palm Harbor, Florida 170 posts
29th Mar '13
Quoting 5 years= 5kids:" The Moby sucked for me, but I know some girls who swear by it.. I just use an ergo (SP?) it's best for me and my back and b**bs lol "


I hated the Moby because I have arthritis and it was difficult for me to tie. And my daughter HATED the ergo. :(