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Hi girls, just found this forum and wondering if anyone is interested in baby talk? :o
My name is Tara and I'm 25 with a 9yr old son and due jan 28th. Been feeling really off colour morning sickness for the whole time-yuk. :(
Always up for baby talk! I have a nearly 6 month old, he is a happy, easygoing little guy, stay at home mum, nearly 30!
What about your bubs? I see your from port lincoln, i have never been there, i live in adelaide.
Gidday tara & Belinda,
Tara, do you know the sex of your baby? I am due Jan 15th with a girl [#4 child]. For your morning sickness try gingernut biscuits and herbal tea, it does leave a tang in your mouth but it settles the tummy [worked for me anyway]. Hope your sickness dosen't last too long for you.
Belinda, what date was your son born? I know you will have fun and games with your little man as he explores more. What part of Adeliade are you from? We were originally from the north as well.
Gotta go now as my little man is crying for his lunch [food before anything else :) ]
Talk to ya later,
Thanks for the reply. Yes we found out that we are expecting most probably a little girl not 100% sure :) I have been down & out with a bad virus for the last week and seems so much worse when you are pregnant. My Ob only OKed panadol which has done absolutely nothing but also got a shot of maxalon which helped. Have you got any names picked out yet?? Feeling a bit stuck there.
I'm from Adelaide (northern) , with two. Boy aged 11yrs and girl aged 2yrs.
Always up for a chat and to offer some friendly advice. :D
Its nice to see some other mums with an age gap. Its not something I come across alot and would love to talk about that sometime.
Bye for now
My Son Is 9 And My Bub Is Due 28th Of Jan 06, I Was A Little Worried About Such A Big Age Gap As People Keep Pointing Out To Me. How Have You Found It?? Any Tips??
sorry for intruding
Far out, where do u want me to start lol.
Its not how I thought it would be, I thought it would be alot smoother.!! The only problem I have had with it is that my son gets frustrated with me because its not all about him now, which I can completely understand. I was with him for nine years and thats a long time to have mum to yourself.
I would have thought by now, two years later, that he would have snapped out of it but he hasn't. I am doing my best to have more quality time together.
I don't like relying on anyone for help and feel that I'm "palming off" when I do. I also have this thing in my head where I think that I made my bed now I have to lie in it. Its only been recently I have asked my mum to have my daughter for a few hours on a Saturday so I can be with J. Its working out really well as K loves being with her nanny.(Have no other family to help)
So really, thinking about it, that has been the only struggle. Everything else has been great. They totally adore each other and just smooch and cuddle all the time, when they aren't fighting of course. Yes..Even though there is an age gap, they still fight!!!!
Must go..I have a bbq to cook for tea!!! Yummy!!
til next time..
Have been away for awhile as my father-in-law passed away, and now we have to organise his funeral and estate. What a bit headache :(
Tara we have chosen a name for our little girl "Sierra Kay".
Well gotta go see ya in about a weeks time....
Jo sounds like your doing really well. We sound a lot alike in the respect of not wanting help or interference as I see it. I too am getting used to the idea that I will need some. Thanks for the feedback though it is much appreciated.
Michelle, sorry to hear of you & your family's loss. On a brighter note I love the name you have picked its gorgeous. We have come up with Charlotte Rose, Charli for short what do you think? I just find it so hard to make a decision and constantly worry its not the right name.
Well I have to go we are having a bbq that my husband volunteered to put on for a lot of family- not happy Jan as I'm feeling really tired and he can't wait to have a couple of rums with family he hasn't seen in a while and you guessed it 24 weeks pregnant and not drinking. Oh well I'm sure it will be fine.
Hey Tara I have a 11, 7, 2 and 1 yr old. The two eldest are girls and younger are boys. I have had no problems at all ok I lie one problem was first wk home they complained about the crying first but after the little ones settled in and slept through the night which was after first wk then they were fine. I dont know if its because they were girls but they wanted to be involved. Now I'm lucky if I'm allowed to push the pram or trolley and I generally dont fight them doing it as it gives them a sense of helping. I'm in the south, 24 and stepmom to first two so if that helps I thought I would be fighting for them to accept them as they would be jealous but didnt even blink an eyelid to that side of things.
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