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    thanks sonja. H goes to a preschool (well thats what is included in the title) but its also a LDC as it takes babies as young as 6 wks altho he was the youngest when he started at 12 months....he is separated into the "juniors" until he is 3-6yo.

    kismet: could it be a night terror incident?..ive had only a couple of those weird instances with H where he was compltely out of it after waking at night, screaming, walking in circles , inconsolable etc.....H has woken the past 2 nights due to his cough/cold (both times he was feverish) he seems better now so im hoping he sleeps thru again tonight....

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    H's place sounds the same as what Lucy went to in Melbourne. Except in Melbourne it's 3 year old kinder and 4 year old kinder. Very confusing!

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    JFB the daycare that Ash is going to is a preschool from age 3, also there are no kids under 2! I should be down on Saturday will PM you over weekend.

    Sorry for a me post. I'm so f*****g over IVF, I really think I'm done with it. Looks like its going to be another chemical for me
    POAS yesterday at 12DPO & had a lovely 2nd line, this morning you have to squint to see it so now I'm totally POAS addicted, Thankgod I won't have time to pee today as I'm flat out with work. Funny thing is I've had very strong symptoms, but last night I felt great!
    Will update tomorrow.

    Kismet GOODLUCK with your follies!

    alittle how did you go this week?

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    Nessie I'm sorry. That's Sh**. Not to fill you with false hope but the same thing happened to me with rubys preg and it was just a bad stick. I went and bought a gazzillion sticks and most were positive again. Hope this is the case for you xx

    Goodluck Alittle xx

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    oh no nessie....i am hoping like mad its not a chemical ffs.....it just sucks. still praying that second line comes back better than ever tommorow..youve had such a crappy ride with this $hit.......i wish they could give BFP's for effort....

    did u get any frosties?

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    JFB I had another embie that could have been frozen, but I told clinic I didn't want to know. If it hadn't frozen I would have given up on the cycle, weird I know but that's how I feel.

    Kel I'm kind of hoping that yesterday was still pregnyl in my system, trying to not completely give up hope
    How is Henry going?

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    Nessie - chin up luv sucks big time as we've been saying.

    JFB - I think it was a night terror of sorts. Evie's long daycare is termed an early learning centre and she's in the 0-2 room. They do try to do activities age related most of the time but I found that last year with Evie being the youngest the activities were more for the older kids, I mean there is a photo of her, not too happy I might add, with a carer shoving a paint brush in her hand and forcing her to paint, she was 7 months old ffs, Evie is crying in the photo. Can't see how a 7 month old would enjoy that either. She loves that sort of thing now, came home covered in stuff last week. I have to get her a dolly for her birthday, the other day when I picked her up she was happily playing with one trying to give it a bottle, how cute. I didn't think she was ready for that yet.

    smelling a dirty bum...bbl.

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    HI gals,

    Sonja - I agree, bad sleepers = LOTS of stimulation. They'll all be doctors/lawyers

    JFB - Nathan's 'preschool' is actually a long day care (8am - 4pm ie not that long?) but it's only for over 3's. He could have started on his actual 3rd b'day but waited a few days and took all the leftover b'day cake from the party so he had another party and a grand introduction I also disagree with early schooling for toddlers... in st george area there's SO many chinese and they are super competitive - apparently they do tutoring from birth!!! No chance getting into selective schools around here Ridiculous
    Hate to tell you but fussy eating is notorious around Harry's age - hope it gets better but won't be surprised if it doesn't... until he's ??teenager maybe. N is the same, what can we do?? I give fish oil and a calcium supplement but should do iron supplement I guess - liquid sounds good....

    Kismet - how cute is Evie with her dolls/bottles - she can visit me and tom anytime and help out - I can just picture her with a paintbrush at 7 months poor chicken!
    Hope those follies are growing Are you going a bit crazy yet?

    Nessie - ahhh, I just hate those POAS sticks - they totally do your head in... when is the BT? Focus on the symptoms! I agree with what you said earlier - I also became increasingly desperate with TTC #2 to give N a sibling - it starts easy enough but it's amazing how the drive to have another baby keeps you going... I hope hope though that this is still your time

    AFM - Tom hates shopping - won't sleep well in the pram. Spent alot of time in the mothers room ggrrrrr.......
    Just had to go to Kmart today as they have hot red jeans for $19 (read it in Woman's day sadly... princess ?Mary was seen in them) - totally spunky but... sold out unless you're a size 6 NOT!! Choices were down to fluro green, peach or hot pink and just couldn't do it.... Instead the boys got sensible things like warm socks and PJ's...

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    Hang on, hang on .....
    I am still trying to come to terms with 56 stitches ......

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    Can't help you Fiona, I've had 2 c-sections. Although the second they used metal staples. The whole time the were in I couldn't/didn't look!

    Nessie. Being the poas addict that I was. I started checking from8dpo, knowing that hcg was still in system but wanted to see it disappear. I had one complete negative then slow positives started to show up. 12dpo would be very early to have a strong line? I'm hoping like hell for you anyway honey. Did you do another tonight?

    Henry has been a little better. Very high maintenance. I though Ruby was tough. Bloody hell! Have done almost zilch work. Have put in a claim for income insurance. If that doesn't come through I'm pretty much stuffed. But Henry is now smiling and cooing and at least settling g into a routine even if it's not a great one! I do t think we will get big sleeps from him til he's in solids. He's such a big boy he needs feeding 3-4 hours most nights. But we is weaving himself deeply into our hearts and it's amazing how you find such love for another baby that you can believe how you will. I adore him and wouldn't swap one sleepless second for a quieter easier baby


 

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