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    You have a staffy don't you Amy? We do too and she is only a puppy still so full of energy and just wants to be near us all the time.

    How old is yours?

    it's sad cos they are really like our first babies arent they! I've heard so many stories of people that give away their pets when babies came along and it breaks my heart.

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    Yes Raven is a Staffy, a typical one aswell, they just love people! She is 2&1/2. She wants to be with us all the time, I am hoping that since I will be home more the transition will be ok as she will get her cuddle fix during the day and won't be as needy at night, but I think I am kidding myself!

    She was much more full on as a puppy has settled down alot in the last 6 months... I will be walking her everyday when I am not working so hopefully that will also help things!

    Yes she is our first baby, we could never ever give her up, she is just as much apart of our family as we are! She may go down the pecking order when bub arrives but that won't change how much we love her!

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    Default IVF Babies Due Jan/Feb/Mar 2013 #3

    Quote Originally Posted by AmyEL View Post
    Yes Raven is a Staffy, a typical one aswell, they just love people! She is 2&1/2. She wants to be with us all the time, I am hoping that since I will be home more the transition will be ok as she will get her cuddle fix during the day and won't be as needy at night, but I think I am kidding myself!

    She was much more full on as a puppy has settled down alot in the last 6 months... I will be walking her everyday when I am not working so hopefully that will also help things!

    Yes she is our first baby, we could never ever give her up, she is just as much apart of our family as we are! She may go down the pecking order when bub arrives but that won't change how much we love her!
    I'm the same I have 2 jack Russell's Jemma and jack and there our first kids always will be its sad but I couldn't give them away for the world I think Jemma will be a little jealous when bub comes cos shes always been daddy's princess lol

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    Default Re: IVF Babies Due Jan/Feb/Mar 2013 #3

    My cat lays wherever she damn well wants and God help anyone who tries to move her

    I have decided that I will be teaching my daughter to be a little less independent than I am. I am overly independent which is backfiring now because at 32 Weeks pregnant dh still doesn't offer to wash my car, go get dinner, make dinner or help with the house work
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    oh grebecci, i so hear you
    I'm standing in the kitchen with a screaming 2 year old cause DH 'forgot' that 10 people are coming over for dinner tonight and he has to go pick up his car thats being serviced.
    good timing!
    I'm leaving all the dishes for him.. and I'm NOT doing them!

    sorry you are doing everything.. it really does suck.
    DH was awesome the first time round.. this is a different story. I think he forgets that I'm pregnant!

    sorry for the rant again.. I'm not having a good week!

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    Crafty I have two cats and a dog, I'm really unsure how to handle the cats as one is 20 and starting to go a little senile and the other is a very affectionate male who thinks he is my baby. They both sleep in our room. If I locked them out the old cat would not know what to do with herself and the male cat would bang his way through the door or destroy something else as punishment. I did want to have our little girl sleep in our bedroom but I'm thinking it may be easier and safer to put a fly wire door on her nursery so the male cat cannot sleep on her head.

    The dog will be fine with the baby, he is very well natured and loves our nephew. We actually call our nephew "the boy brought up by dogs" as from a very early age he has had three dogs to contend with on a family dinner night and he just loves them and they love him. Jack our dog sleeps outside unless he is barking at possums, which has been a nightly occurrence lately... So annoying, I know they live up the tree! I don't know what he wants me to do about them... He takes me to them every night just to show me!

    I have been so tired the last few days apparently I've started snoring, so annoyed DH woke me last night to shut me up! Oh and yes someone mentioned waking up in the morning with a dry mouth, I've started that as well. So dry my tongue could snap in half, it's disgusting!

    Has anyone played music to their baby? I just played Mozart via the iphone and she jumped around violently. Cannot work out if she loved it or hated it! I also played the wiggles and an old Scottish children's song a few days ago and I think she liked them especially the wiggles...
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    Default IVF Babies Due Jan/Feb/Mar 2013 #3

    Kmvw that was me with the dry mouth! Very annoying, but I have noticed it seems to happen more on weekends, maybe I not getting enough fluid on my days off, I'll experiment this weekend .

    Yay for Friday!!

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    Oh and I have plate music to my bub and nothing, not a cracker! I try so many things to get her to move but she only moved when she wants, stubborn little thing!!!

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    Default Re: IVF Babies Due Jan/Feb/Mar 2013 #3

    Quote Originally Posted by Crafty45 View Post
    Just a quick one for those ladies that have little fur babies in the form of cats already - do any of you have them currently on the bed of a night?

    Ours are and I've no idea how to work on weaning them out of the room for when bubs arrive?? I have a feeling they are going to be none too happy about it.

    Also if anyone is looking for a carseat, Mothercare have 20% off Safe and Sound at the moment, I have just picked up the Meridian AHR for $351!
    Thanks for the heads up. Going in on Saturday to get ours from Baby bunting since they will match all offers


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    Quote Originally Posted by kmvw View Post
    Crafty I have two cats and a dog, I'm really unsure how to handle the cats as one is 20 and starting to go a little senile and the other is a very affectionate male who thinks he is my baby. They both sleep in our room. If I locked them out the old cat would not know what to do with herself and the male cat would bang his way through the door or destroy something else as punishment. I did want to have our little girl sleep in our bedroom but I'm thinking it may be easier and safer to put a fly wire door on her nursery so the male cat cannot sleep on her head.

    The dog will be fine with the baby, he is very well natured and loves our nephew. We actually call our nephew "the boy brought up by dogs" as from a very early age he has had three dogs to contend with on a family dinner night and he just loves them and they love him. Jack our dog sleeps outside unless he is barking at possums, which has been a nightly occurrence lately... So annoying, I know they live up the tree! I don't know what he wants me to do about them... He takes me to them every night just to show me!

    I have been so tired the last few days apparently I've started snoring, so annoyed DH woke me last night to shut me up! Oh and yes someone mentioned waking up in the morning with a dry mouth, I've started that as well. So dry my tongue could snap in half, it's disgusting!

    Has anyone played music to their baby? I just played Mozart via the iphone and she jumped around violently. Cannot work out if she loved it or hated it! I also played the wiggles and an old Scottish children's song a few days ago and I think she liked them especially the wiggles...
    20 years old! Oh the poor thing would not go well with the change at all I don't think. They are very stubborn little things as well when they want to be!

    Lol about the dog and the possums!

    I haven't tried the music playing to bubs yet but I might give it a go. I don't know if my head can handle Wiggles just yet though!!


 

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