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    Nessie, my deepest condolences to you and your family. There are simply no words that can express the pain of losing someone you love no matter what the circumstances are. What a painful difficult time you have all had to go through. I hope that in your grief you can find solace in the fact that she is now at peace. Rest in Peace +


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    Nessie - words can't express. My thoughts and love are with you and your family right now. I'm glad she finally found peace. She was so lucky to have you as a daughter, and for you to have her as a mum. You seemed so close from what you said. While there is pain, you must feel a certain relief now.

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    Lochnessie - Take care my new found friend

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    MG - we also hired a capsule but I also found it was too heavy and I was glad to give it back. Also, most bubs grow out of them so quickly, so definitely wouldn't buy one if I were you...

    Hi to everyone today

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    nessie: still thinking about you so sad for you



    sorry i got cut off the other night...

    MG: are u at the uncomfortable stage yet? i cant recall when it starts (its amazing how quick you forget things ...)..lets hope bub is one day early the 27th Nov is a GRAND day . thanks re the bad skin, i have about 6 zits on my chin now....wrinkels and zits, nice combo NOT. sorry i never had a baby capsule, just like u we had the reversable car seat but we also have a the meridan maxi seat for H now in another car that will last til 26kg.

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY KEL
    hope you are doing fab things today. sounds like ruby is enjoying daycare too. have a great day!!!!


    kismet: yep ffs bring on friday, i think i will be so inpatient by then i will say look pal do a ****ing scan b4 u say anything!!! hope evie is all better. did u have a word to the daycare about the sunburn incident???

    amum: glad kade is on the mend . how are things going with you these days?

    mini: how is jaye's sleep? i can attest to sleep and settle, last night he cried about 3 times but put himself back to sleep slpet from about 8pm to 7.30am, honestly im a new woman, its not just the sleep (i mean i still wake up eevery night anyway) but its the lack of stress that was involved in him being awake for 1-3 hours at night

    DH is in melbourne, on his punters club weekend 20 forty yo blokes drinking like they are 18 yo..trag trag trag .

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    JFB - yep I spoke to the director, wasn't going to let that one slip, she told me there's 2 months out of the year that they don't put sunblock on (June/July) and I said um well it's now September & she definately didn't have any on so obviously they forgot. She was going to have a word to the staff but Evie hasn't been for the last 2 weeks due to her cold and then getting the vomits - couldn't blame that one of them haha. I will make sure I put sunblock on before I take her from now on. The upside of Evie getting spewy is my house is the tidiest it's been in ages due to all the cleaning up and sterilising I had to do (even did her toys etc), I am friggen exhausted from it all, so tired I can't see straight.

    BKel - hope you are getting spoiled rotten!

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    hi to all, have a lovely weekend

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    morning all

    kismet: i haven thus far been saved from baby spew altho i know the time will come !!! have u decided what are doing about work? some days i honestly think **** this i just want to be a SAHM.....i dont think i could come back here next time...its too far, the drive just sux.......

    well 4 sleeps til scan....not much happening symptom wise, occasional odd feelings in the ab, still peeing, havent felt too queasy at all lately....

    hi everyone hope all is well.

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    JFB - Tbh I love being a SAHM, not bored by it at all, the only time I am bored is at night when she has gone to bed, I've become an internet junky (sad to say). I have been thinking of putting off going back to work until Evie is 2. On one hand I was worried about being out of the workforce for too long and on the other, Evie took so long to get & I'm really enjoying just being her mummy and time is flying way too fast.
    It's such a drag if you aren't happy in your job, I wasn't before I had Evie so once I was utd I knew deep down I wasn't going back. Maybe your direction in work will change after you have bub #2, weren't you going to work for yourself?

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    kismet: im kinda thinking i will be too shagged to work for at least 12 months this time. i went back doing a little bit of private work after 6 months, it was only a few hours per week, i dont mind that and could work around DH;s hours. i would like to stick with that as its very close and its easy and just a few hours at the Gp's, i dont have to chase referrals etc and dont have ppl ringing me for appts (as opposed to the acupunture place which ive all but ditched), however i dont want to feel pressured to go back there even,,,i will have to wind down about 2 months b4 the EDD and then lets face it baby brain and BFing means i would rather not go back til bub is 6 month old...will they replace me? possibly....yes my current job is a drag, its boring but does pay good money so mmmmmmmm..im feeling a bit like you, getting the kids was hard, i want to be able to enjoy without going into debt tho ....i also want to go to a playgroup as i still dont know anyone with kids where i live abnd it would be nice to meet some ppl locally.......maybe im jumping the gun, in only 9 wks today ....still anxiously awaiting the scan, ive been a lot more emotional/hormonal and anxious this time..with H i was euphoric and i refused to beleive anything could wrong.....i just think if something goes wrong i just dont know if ive got it in me to go back to ivf again, i really dont...so yep no pressure! enjoy being a SAHM, i dont think staying out of the workforce for a few years is a killer, maybe in some cut throat corporate world there might be ppl itching to snatch a top job but for most of us, staying at home is really quite short lived in the scheme of things so take all the time u can manage. altho i feel my DH was resentful of me staying at home at times, im like hello well grow some boobs pal.....

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    Hi girls

    Kismet - Jfb - I love being a SAHM.......it's fantastic. I was only talking to DH last night about work. I told him if they offer me my old job then i'm, quitting, don't care how good it is working at a school. I will not go back working for that a$$hole and being stressed everyday, it's just not worth it.

    Kel - As said on FB, hope you had a great B'Day xxx

    Nessie -

    Jfb - What do you do with sleep and settle...do you let him cry himself back to sleep. Kade has been waking once a night again......

    We are off to mum and dads for a few days on Wedensday so he will be unsettled again....think i'll do the tough love when we get back.

    Moong - Hello mummy...how are you going...not long now.

    Hello to everyone, hope you all have a great day


 

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