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January 1st, 2013, 01:30 PM
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After about a year of house hopping because of my husbands job we are finally able to move back to the house we call home! It's horrible timing though. I'm starting to feel the morning sickness, I'm highly emotional and my DH is super busy working and can only help on the weekends. We have to be out in 2 weeks. Yikes! We are so excited to be moving to our "home" but I'm already stressed. The last two times we moved I was about 30 wks pregnant and then my son was 4 months old. Now that I'm not even 6 weeks its gonna be rough cause I'm so tired!
I think we will be moved before my next doctors appointment but I'm assuming I should stick to only lifting 20 lbs or less?
I can't remember the limit. I lift my 22 lb 1 yr old several times a day.
I'm not high risk or anything
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January 1st, 2013, 09:43 PM
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Its been too long for me I can't remember the limit but wanted to say congrats on moving back to your home !!!!!!!
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January 2nd, 2013, 06:29 AM
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My PCM said 25lb limit, but he also knows I have a 24lb 1yearold so he knows I lift him lol. With my last pregnancy dr said 20 but not from the floor lifting, I wasn't able to help much with boxes on that move, unless someone handed me a box
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January 2nd, 2013, 08:07 AM
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I've been making sure to set the empty boxes on the counter top or table before I fill them. It is more or a strain to lift off of the floor.
Thanks everyone!
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