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    kel: whoa henry...awesome sleep. as for nappies no idea either..H often wets thru til morning....what about aldi nappies??? the only thing i read was for doubling nappies make sure u put a hole in the first one......and yep maybe the wee wee is pointing in up or side direction..note sure what u can about that!

    mmm yep boys....i remember the sleep and settle nurse the worst offenders were bottle fed boys.....!!!

    enjoy ur break sonja..im gagging for a holiday!

    how are u going nessie?

    alittle: when r u strating ur next cycle?

    got E back to having a good 5-6 hr first sleep but her next sleep after that is usually a bit short (for my liking) and she often doesnt seem hungry when she wakes....spose 5-6 hrs aint bad ,,,,she isnt a good day sleeper unless we are in the car so ive been seeing the countryside most days......have to go out today...getting cabin fever abit.

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    JFB. I'm feeling your pain with the non-sleeping. I hope she improves for you soon. It's so hard when they are so young as theres not much you can do when they are do young

    JFB and Sonja. He is wetting out the side. The side he sleeps on. I have tried double nappies, not with a hole though. Will try Aldi nappies too. I think they helped with Ruby. Another suggestion was poise liners that I read on google?

    Sonja. I so get what you are saying about little babies. Despite the hell I've been through with both my newborns I still look at wee little babies and my heart skips a beat with yearning. But I know the reality is much different. Lol. I think it's a natural maternal instinct.

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    Yay kel that's great news.
    Is H warm enough?? I found my kids have wetter nappies when cold at night. However, If your nappy isn't soaked, and is just leaking from a side while the rest is ok, then it must be some kind of positioning thing rather than cold.
    S was having wet tshirt at CC before his sleep. We worked out for him it was because he kept sticking his hand down his nappy rather than the nappy being too full or malfunctioning!! Typical boy. Get your hand off it!

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    Sonja - Archie is much better. Bronchiolitis has settled. Just has a snotty nose, some broken skin around nose, so it is a bit sore.

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    MG, glad Archie's on the improve. His poor little nose.

    BK, so nice to hear Henry is sleeping better. You must be feeling semi human again.

    Sonja, safe travels in the deep south.

    JFB, 5-6hrs straight is pretty good and a real blessing she sleeps in the car. Hope you managed to get out and enjoy some time away from home.... and hope little ones behaved for you.

    Nessie, so sorry, just realised I did not respond to your query re Wazza. He has me on lots of stuff, some of it I'm still figuring out. But am taking DHEA, will be on growth hormone and meds for NK cells and host of other things. He also gives you a very thorough list of vitamins and supplements. I'm very impressed. My cycle is basically a suped up Antagonist cycle. He's bumped up my FSH to 450 (previously 350) and has also perscribed Melatonin and recommended a Lipoidal flush and Hysteroscopy, but he'll be away when I need that done, so will likely do those next cycle if this one doesn't work. JFB, I should start end of this month all going well.

    Kismet, have you ever investigated Westmead in Sydney for a cycle? They are surprisingly cheap. From what I've heard, if you've reached the safety net, the cycle is just under $500.

    Hope everyone's had a lovely weekend.

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    Alittle - I looked into the public system there on the website and read somewhere apparently they have an age cut off at 43 so no point if true, I should ring them and verify it though, would be great if it only cost that. RPA don't treat single woman on donor program unless you know your donor...defeats the purpose really, if I knew a donor I wouldn't be in as much of a predicament. I definately can't afford a cycle with my clinic now that they no longer allow you to pay the gap only. I know it's all over for me but it's hard to accept, I keep trying to work out a way, too many things are cropping up that are costing me money atm

    BK - Evie always leaked in huggies and babylove particularly if she slept on her tummy. I've never had a problem with aldi or woolworths brand unisex nappies, woolies ones have been great, coles dry fit are good too but their sizing isn't as generous as the woolies ones. I do remember Evie use to wet more and sometimes leaked when I was dreamfeeding her. Fantastic H is sleeping better, hope it continues.

    JFB - E is getting there, 5-6hrs at her age is a pretty good run, she might soon get out of waking at all thru the night if she's not all that hungry, hopefully she will skip that feed. Does she like the pram?

    Sonja - enjoy your trip

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    Fiona - I've just had a sneaky peek on your dh's blog of some pics of Indy, he is absolutely gorgeous .

    Sonja - everytime I see new little baby my heart melts for another one, I don't think that will ever change.

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    kismet: yep she loves the pram..ive been thinking about bringing it inside but want her sleep in her bed at day as well as night..yeh 5/6 hrs is good..if she drinks 60ml of formlua roughly about 1/2 hr before she goes down..timing it can be hard...just tried to give her some and no go. shes been alseep most of the day and is now wiiiiiiiiiideeeeee awake...grrrrrrrrrrrrrr. my friend had her appt at RPA and she was a bit shocked at the dagginess of it all and the lack of "support" compared to private , also the doc told her to try naturally as she would get pg he said...wtf??? maybe i mean she got it first go but still i thought that was odd coming from a FS....but hey who cares....sucks about the donor program....mmm yep if u knew a donor like my ex boss all u would need is a wine glass and some decent timing probably...like her.


    alittle: wazza sounds very good to me...i was on a variety of vitmins / supplements...upped my own dose of FSH from 300 to 400 etc...sounds like he is giving it the best shot (no pun)

    went out for a while...had fish and chips, took H to a park..DH was wanting to leave 20 minutes after we got there...pfffffff...prolly should have done my own thing...he annoyed me all weekend...just being lazy and unmotivated..i mean he had a night away in the hunter during the week and next day went golfing and then watched the origin at the pub..i mean FU pal..i dont get 2 days to just wallow in kid free fun so not impressed that he seemed so disinterested in playing with H or doing anything..........sometimes his attitude just sh!ts me to tears........i think he thinks ive git it made not working 'working" right now..he seems to get resentful...ahhhh blah blah blah...so dull

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    JFB. Hope DH has pulled his socks up a bit and that E I'd letting you get some sleep

    Henry has slept through EVERY night since sleep school this time. And sleeping in 1-2 hour blocks during the day. What a bl**dy miracle. I can't tell you how relieved and better I feel. And it looks like we will be moving into our new house in 3 weeks. Double yay!! Thanks so much for everyone's beautiful support over my last tough 6 months. It's meant the world to me xxx

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    wow henry is a legend these days ..i bet u feel 1000 times better...its amazing what a different quality of life u have if u can get some SLEEP..i rememebr when H started sleeping thru its was fantastic and physically u feel so good....well i think we swapped babies tho....E is not in a good pattern currently..could be a wonder week (11wks) + she is still very snuffly from a cold we have had for weeks now poor bub....could be worse but getting sleep in blocks of one 3 hrs stint and then 40 mins etc is not good sleep i find....im sure she will break out of this pattern

    very quiet in here.....some of u lucky ladies are on holidays, hope u are having fun.


 

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