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I got my F.I.S.H. test back and they didnt see any trisomy but I have to wait 2 full weeks plus the level 2 ultrasound next wednesday for a true clear. But At least they did not see downs which was a real fear.

My husband may come sooner if they grant his transit visa May 13. I then can CHANGE HIS TICKET AGAIN so he can come sooner. He was upset about flying on the 11th because this is the day of terror in Algeria.. 11 april... 11 december. I tried to explain to him that Americans dont think like this about a particular day of the month except September 11th but that story of trying to get him to undertstand that whole concept is a whole other ball of wax.

I am having a boy and it will probably get an interchangable American Arabic name like Zachariah or something like that. I have talked to my family and thats what will fly.. Off the wall stuff is not going to cut it with my Irish American compulsive ham eating family. So we will find something that works in both cultures.... Theres tons of names like that that are muslim. I just have to find one that EVERYONE agrees with which in itself is HELL>

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I got my F.I.S.H. test back and they didnt see any trisomy but I have to wait 2 full weeks plus the level 2 ultrasound next wednesday for a true clear. But At least they did not see downs which was a real fear.

My husband may come sooner if they grant his transit visa May 13. I then can CHANGE HIS TICKET AGAIN so he can come sooner. He was upset about flying on the 11th because this is the day of terror in Algeria.. 11 april... 11 december. I tried to explain to him that Americans dont think like this about a particular day of the month except September 11th but that story of trying to get him to undertstand that whole concept is a whole other ball of wax.

I am having a boy and it will probably get an interchangable American Arabic name like Zachariah or something like that. I have talked to my family and thats what will fly.. Off the wall stuff is not going to cut it with my Irish American compulsive ham eating family. So we will find something that works in both cultures.... Theres tons of names like that that are muslim. I just have to find one that EVERYONE agrees with which in itself is HELL>

i am so relieved for you! now you can worry about less critical things like names... yay!!!!

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good news, but don't stress yourself out trying to please your family... go with a name that you and your husband love.


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Congratulations on your boy! I know it probably doesnt seem like it now but sometime in the next few weeks you'll be able to take a deep breath and just start enjoying this pregnancy with your husband!


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wahrania...sounds like things are looking on the upside for you...Mabrook on a baby boy...Zachariah was a name choice of mine, but hubby never liked it, but i agree on a name that works for both cultures..There are many out there, Mahdi, Gallub (caleb), adam, cayden, cain, lots lots lots...


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I was nervous when I read the heading. Glad to see everything is looking better now. Soon your love will be with you and you can get this nightmare behind you.

Hopefully you don't put too much weight in pleasing your family with a name, this really is you and your husbands decision. I hope they can soon accept him once they get to know him.


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keeping my fingers crossed for you (F)


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Great news! Everything will work out well! I hope you can relax a little now and enjoy the rest of your pregnancy.


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I am so relieved to hear this. God bless you, wahrania, may everything go smoothly. Congratulations on the boy! Aww a precious gift, and he will be wonderful no doubt, ya so many names to choose from! But I agree, the interchangable name is also what I had in mind. You got my prayers and everyone else's you will be fine dear!

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So happy to hear this good news. As far as family, I feel ya, my family drives me insane.

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I got my F.I.S.H. test back and they didnt see any trisomy but I have to wait 2 full weeks plus the level 2 ultrasound next wednesday for a true clear. But At least they did not see downs which was a real fear.

My husband may come sooner if they grant his transit visa May 13. I then can CHANGE HIS TICKET AGAIN so he can come sooner. He was upset about flying on the 11th because this is the day of terror in Algeria.. 11 april... 11 december. I tried to explain to him that Americans dont think like this about a particular day of the month except September 11th but that story of trying to get him to undertstand that whole concept is a whole other ball of wax.

I am having a boy and it will probably get an interchangable American Arabic name like Zachariah or something like that. I have talked to my family and thats what will fly.. Off the wall stuff is not going to cut it with my Irish American compulsive ham eating family. So we will find something that works in both cultures.... Theres tons of names like that that are muslim. I just have to find one that EVERYONE agrees with which in itself is HELL>

Algerians will need transit Visas?? How do I not know of this! Abraham is a beautiful name if you ask me! sort of like Ibrahim. My spouse asked if we could name our child "mookie" what the heck is that! that's not even Algerian.

Hope everything turns out blessed for you. I gotta hide my hookah before my spouse comes or I won't hear the end of being a druggie hashish smoker (ex - cop) If you need help with some nice names I'll be glad to help you out!


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Thank you for the update Wahrania. It's a relief to know that the outlook is positive and encouraging! Congratulations on baby boy!!!! :dance::dance::dance:

Be good to yourself and your baby - please try to relax because of your asthma. I know that it's easier said then done but the stress of the process is almost over. (F)(F)(F)


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