|Reviews for RangeBabe|
| janetfan150 8/3/12 . chapter 33
Great job with the monthly breakdown. Can't wait to see what happens next.
| johnsmom 8/3/12 . chapter 33
I love this! I am most definitely a babe, but it is nice that you can give Steph a Babe HEA without making Morelli and Helen horrible.
| trhodes9 8/3/12 . chapter 33
Three babies. Geez. At least she had the good timing of having her water break in front of a pediatric nurse and a cop. Now they can take her to the hospital without delay. Triplets can have complications during birth.
| got2BaBabeFan 8/3/12 . chapter 33
Nice way to go through her pregnancy & not drag it out. Weird Morelli is with her.
| lunjul 8/3/12 . chapter 33
Love it: multiples usually go before due dates, I'm surprised that ranger let her out byherself
| christibabe 8/3/12 . chapter 33
You packed a lot of information into one chapter. Love that she ran into Joe and his girlfriend when her water broke. I can just see where this is going.
Funny when she punched Ranger in the nose.
The rooms color scheme doesn't do it for me. Sorry, sounds like its going to be rather strong.
Overall you did good getting through her pregnancy. Looking forward to the arrival of the babies.
Just one question, pregnant with triplets, would she be able to drive? I don't know, I've never been pregnant but I just thought she might be too big.
| margaret aka whymelucylu 8/3/12 . chapter 33
am so glad one is a boy...hell i wanted all three boys, i can get with frank for a name...he finally gets his grandson
i would have told morelli to go to hell; geez forgive him?
that drunk morelli man? oh hell no...
you did great kiddo
| Vandygirl 8/3/12 . chapter 33
Who is Linda?
| CAndersen 7/27/12 . chapter 32
During my first pregnancy, I had whats call hyperemasis its basicly extreme morning sickness, Its wad so bad I got sick while in labor pushing my little girl out.
| sbabe 7/28/12 . chapter 32
Joe is a jerk. Great chapter
| XchevyX 7/28/12 . chapter 32
yay 3 babies let the weird cravings and hormonel pregnancy begin (:
| got2BaBabeFan 7/27/12 . chapter 32
Three! They weren't expecting that. Morelli is a jerk, hope they keep him in jail. He's so jealous of Ranger and he gave it all up. He needs to learn to grow up.
| Avid Reader 59 7/26/12 . chapter 32
Triplets, I love it! Jeez, Joe, what a jerk. I can identify with the high blood pressure; i had that with both pregnancies. Actually, with my first I ended up with preeclampsia and spent the last month or so on almost complete bed rest, laying on my side, and the doctors ended up inducing labor. My legs, feet, arms, and hands were so horribly swollen; I had to buy shoes two or three sizes larger than normal and I couldn't wear my wedding ring. I felt incredibly skinny after delivery and luckily everything went well and my son was healthy.
With my second I had high blood pressure, but this time it was controlled as long as I rested for an hour or two daily. It didn't turn into preeclampsia, but I did end up with gestational diabetes and had to go for weekly nonstress tests the last few months of pregnancy. Fortunately my daughter didn't suffer any complications because of it. In spite of those complications, the beginnings of both pregnancies were pretty easy. I had very little morning sickness, I vomited a little bit about half a dozen times and that was all. My friend who was pregnant at the same time as me during my first had nausea and vomiting throughout her entire pregnancy, several times a day. Yikes! I also remember during the first few months of both I couldn't stand the smell of meat cooking. I don't remember having any weird cravings, though.
Also during the first trimester of my second pregnancy I had terrible, really horrible hay fever, which I'd never had before. I would wake up with my eyes swollen almost shut and was so congested I could barely breathe. My doctors wouldn't let me take anything because I was in the first trimester so I really suffered for several weeks. We had a dairy farm and one day my husband didn't have anyone to drive the tractor and baler for him (this was before big bales) and I dreaded having to bale hay with such awful hay fever. I took the largest box of Puffs (250 count, I think) on the tractor with me and used every single tissue wiping my constantly dripping nose. Honestly, I think it would have been easier to have worn a bucket around my neck to drip into. I was miserable that evening. The next morning I woke up and could breathe normally; my hay fever was completely gone. It was bizarre, but I was thankful.
I just remembered that early in my first pregnancy I got sick with a really bad earache and a nasty sore throat. I never, ever got earaches or sore throats, never. Both lasted for something like three weeks, then finally went away. I went to my family doctor and he gave me antibiotics, which I've read since could have caused significant problems with my son, but fortunately didn't. I don't know if being pregnant can cause normally short term, minor illnesses like allergies, hay fever, earaches and sore throats to be worse or if it was just me, but they were nuisances.
Okay, one more weird pregnancy thing and I promise I'll stop. I just remembered during my first pregnancy I had a clicky hip. I think it lasted a couple of months and started in my fourth month. Every time I sat down or stood up, something in my hip (actually my butt) clicked and hurt. It wasn't terrible pain, but it was annoying, and it always made a clicking noise. My doctors weren't too helpful, but years later I found out what it probably was via the internet. I don't remember now what the explanation was, but I was glad that it didn't last throughout the entire pregnancy.
Okay, this is absolutely the last one. With my second pregnancy, I developed rosacea, which is when your face gets very red, especially around the cheeks and nose, and you can develop horrible pistules and severely dry skin in patches and it looks really nasty. If left untreated, your nose can actually get deformed. My face looked so horrible that people actually stared at me. I thought it would go away after I delivered and I was shocked when my doctor told me it might not. Mine actually got worse and I eventually had to see a dermatologist. I've been treating it for 34 years and it's well under control, but if I go off my medication I start having symptoms almost immediately. Oh, and my daughter has rosacea now, too. She was the one I was pregnant with when it started.
I'm remembering very clearly why my husband and I decided to only have two children, lol.
| RaVen'sAngel510 7/26/12 . chapter 32
Thank you for using the idea of triplets. I had a normally weird pregnancy I was okay my husband had the weird cravings & women couldn't touch him without me feeling it & reacting to it.
Well one weird thing did happen, a guy I'd never had sex with claimed me & my baby. Then tried to hurt us when no one would give him information about us. Funny part is my husband & a friend saved me. Angel
| wannabewranger 7/26/12 . chapter 32
Love your story so far. I think you should make the babies 2 boys and a girls, just to even things out.