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    Hi all


    bet u feel so much better bk, i got to sleep n on sunday til 10am and omg i was in a much better mood, u kinda forget how being tired makes u crabby.

    Fiona, go the sahd. I told my dh that we are going to have to start settling dd...when i walk in the room she stops crying but last night she woke upat 10.30pm and wouldnt go back down for dh..i stuck a bb in her mouth and she fell aslepp in 2 min...enjoy it while it lasts bubs.....oh god not looking forward to the screaming.

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    Hi everyone

    Super quick one as madly tidying the house and packing for our holiday in Singapore. DH has a conference there this Friday/Saturday and given it's the end of school holidays and a long weekend there was no way we weren't going with him - I would have literally climbed the walls otherwise. I wasn't overly excited about it (traveling to a hot, humid country with 3 kids isn't my idea of a holiday) but after doing some research into Singapore I am now very excited. We're doing the zoo (inclouding the night safari) as well as the aquarium, and Singapore slings on Sunday afternoon at Raffles with some friends (I'll be having the virgin one). One of my oldest friends now lives there so we're heading out on Thursday night.

    It'll actually be fun as Lucy can stay up quite late without any dramas so one of us can take her out at night and see more stuff.

    Anyway enough from me hope everyone gets some more sleep!

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    Sonja, you'll love Singapore!.. I had to travel there for work and DH who normally hates travel is now obsessed with Singapore. The zoo is amazing - so pristine and lush - the kids will love it, as I'm sure you will. Aquarium is awesome too. You possibly won't get time, but Jurong Bird Park (50acres) is pretty special as is a spin on the Singapore flyer.

    Kismet, I got my pack today and it's definitely not designed for a 4mth old, but I think she caters for all ages and children's personalities, but mentions some mums starting as young as 4mths..... hard to imagine. What I've received is just about making the whole process fun and exciting so that they actually want to go. It's been an interesting journey reading different TT opinions. I've just received an email from another mum on TT which suggests 22mths is the ideal age...... but each child is different and each situation is different, so who really knows. I will just try the Whizz & Plop Toilet Yum Yums, special wiggles wipes and other incentives included in this pack and see how we go. I figure making it fun is a good start.

    BK, he is a boofer at 12.6kg - I see Rugby in his future. Hope DH keeps up the good work and you get some more of that "new woman" feeling.

    Fiona, best of luck with SAHD..... at least he has a week to practice. I think you should leave it all to him this week to give him some practice.

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    Sonja - we did the breakfast with the orangutans at the zoo which was great.

    Worth doing the Singapore flyer.

    Also check out the man made gardens near the casino. Amazing!

    Also - in the casino shopping centre there was a great fountain thingy on the inside. At ground level there is a massive bowl where the water goes in and swirls around, and then it opens up and splashes down inside the centre into a pond. We were sitting at a coffee club or the like when it happened - quite unexpectedly. I think it happens every hour. It's pretty speccy.
    Oh - and I had the BEST dumplings I have ever had at a place there - A chain called - Din Tai Fung. There is a shop at Marina Bay Mall, and I think one near Orchard Road, and another somewhere else. OMG -they were mega delicious!!!!!


    trip advisor has an app called city guides. Download it and when you open it, you choose the city to d/l content of - so I would advise doing this at home or at a wifi network.
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    Alittle - I am cramming in every second I can get with my beautiful boy before I have to leave him!
    look forward to hearing how you go with 'the pack'

    We went to the drive in last night. We saw 'Parental Guidance' & 'This is 40' - age/life appropriate movies!
    bubba slept in the back, it was good.
    I enjoyed 'this is 40'

    mothers group at my house tomorrow .... Means I have to clean up

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    Fiona - I've thought I'd maybe like to see the "40" movie. Likes the trailer where the guy says maybe they could have sex tonight and he wife is reading and replies with a "blergh"lol

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    Alittle - Evie finally sat on the potty today , only after 2 weeks of trying to get her to sit on the dam thing, if I could just get her to sit on it long enough...no wees in it yet....score: potty 0, floor 2
    Let me know how the pack you got goes

    Fiona - sounded like fun, I'm wanting to see This is 40

    Sonja - enjoy your quick trip to Singapore, I was fascinated with their airport waiting for a connecting flight, can only imagine what Singa itself is like.

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    Good one evie....talking about the floor, h managed to wee and poo on the floor last night....that was great ...then woke up obviously had taken his nappy off and now his bed is all wet....don't think he likes the new nappies actually .....when i saw that poo on the floor i just thought omg i so dont want to tt and have to clean up poo all day....ick. Will need to sought out e sleeping first..she is driving me nuts waking 3 times a night...last night took over an hr to get her back to sleep at 4 am.....not impressed.

    Sonja, hope u are having a good trip to singapore.


    Alittle, any af action yet?

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    good luck girls!!

    Spencer had a mass fritz out re wees and poos!! We were starting our drive back from Penola and we asked him if he wanted to wee. He kept saying no, getting antsy with us too, and as soon as he was strapped in the seat he was telling us he needed to go. We ended up stopping twice for him, on the highway, within a space of 10 minutes, and within 5 minutes of leaving Penola. He was having mass tansies on the side of the road and in the end we chucked a nappy pant on him and put him in the seat. He screamed blue murder for 20 minutes and then fell asleep. He was pretty overtired after staying up until 9:30pm for 3 nights in a row, but it was honestly one of the hardest things I had to do - ignoring him. He was just getting worse if we had anything to say to him. I HATE having to leave him like that, but sometimes it is the best for him.

    Anyway - the next day he had one wee in the loo after I forced him to go, and then I had to do 4 changes of clothes on him as he just pooed and wee'd on himself. Wouldn't have been so bad, if he hadn't climbed into Archie's cot to poo and wee, wee himself in bed for his nap (my fault - I forgot to get him into nappy pants) and wee over his car toy box. I spent the entire day cleaning up poo and wee from him, changing is clothes, changing Archie's cot sheets, and changing his entire bed, and cleaning his car toy box out.

    Both kids in CC today I need to go and get some shoes for work, as I start back tomorrow. I picked up my uniform yesterday and said "hi" to the girls. I'm really looking forward to it. I think I missed it more than I realised. I'm only going back for Friday's ATM. I can pick up another shift if I want. I'm even toying with the idea of going and getting a Saturday morning shift at the blood collection place down the road.

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    Good luck going back to work mg.....the poo ans wee stories are coming in now.

    well another note...e has started clapping her hands and walking with the help of her vtech walker. H on the other hand was busted happliy playing with his willy in his room the other day.......dh thought this was marvelous.


 

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