26 weeks and just moved house, feeling alittle isolated

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  1. soon.2.be.a.mini-me

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    My partner and I have just moved house from the coast to windsor. He got a new job and so we needed to relocate.
    We've only been here 2 weeks but i guess i already feel alittle lonely. I'm 26 weeks pregnant and i had to quit my job as i couldn't transfer anywhere closer. to say i have alot of time on my hands is a understatement!.
    So if your baby is also due November or you with in my area, then drop me a bell! :p
     
  2. Lisa J

    Lisa J Well-Known Member

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    hello

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  3. Guest

    I am not in your area (sorry) or due in Novermber (sorry again!) but I do know what you mean about feeling islaoted. If it wasn't for this forum I would go mad. I have been off work since I was 5 weeks PG and I am so BORED! Although bored is an understatement sometimes I swear.

    So I know how you feel hun. I'm always here for a chat xxx
     
  4. minikins

    minikins Well-Known Member

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    Blimey you have had a lot on your plate, I live kind of near to you - about 40 minutes away near Guildford !
     
  5. littlebump

    littlebump Well-Known Member

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    Hello!

    I know what you mean - we moved not long ago and don't know anyone here.

    Fortunately DH's family is only around 30 miles away but I worry about feeling isolated when baby arrives.

    I work in Bagshot which isn't far from Windsor. How are you finding it there so far (apart from not knowing anyone) and have you been able to join a local NCT group? I've joined one here as I was told they are fantastic for meeting other local mums to be.

    LBxx
     

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