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    Quote Originally Posted by bubblesb20 View Post
    Hello she is doing really well had her 8 week checkup last week and she is now 4.22kg which is fantastic, just working on tummy time and trying to get her to sleep on the other side as she is getting a little flat spot. how are things going with you and your new addition?
    That's wonderful

    Tyler also has a flat spot, so I'm also trying to get him to sleep on the opposite side.
    He's been sleeping 8:30pm-5 or 6am lately which has been great! We did have a week of night waking, but I think it was a growth spurt.


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    Quote Originally Posted by 1sttimemumma13 View Post
    Thank you! And congrats on your little one
    I think we will definitely be finding out the gender, I'm not a very patient person and can't wait to start buying cute little girl/boy things. Did you find out what you were having with all of your children?
    I found out with both of mine (I have one of each)

    I loved it because I could get their bedrooms exactly how I wanted. And shopping for clothes is do much fun!!!


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    Default hi

    Yeah the flat spot is annoying even though its completely normal, she is on formula now and seems to be a lot more settled which is nice, she is waking up once in the night around the same time 2.30-3.00am but she sleeps mostly throughout the day after her feeds. Can't believe she will be 9 weeks tomorrow the time is flying


    Quote Originally Posted by Lolakitty View Post
    That's wonderful

    Tyler also has a flat spot, so I'm also trying to get him to sleep on the opposite side.
    He's been sleeping 8:30pm-5 or 6am lately which has been great! We did have a week of night waking, but I think it was a growth spurt.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bubblesb20 View Post
    Yeah the flat spot is annoying even though its completely normal, she is on formula now and seems to be a lot more settled which is nice, she is waking up once in the night around the same time 2.30-3.00am but she sleeps mostly throughout the day after her feeds. Can't believe she will be 9 weeks tomorrow the time is flying
    That's great It makes it so much easier when they are sleeping well.
    Especially with a toddler to look after too.


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    It sure does I am just glad that Will sleeps through the night because Madeline really does scream the house down hehe, she woke a little later this morning instead of 2.30-3.00am it was 4.30 which was nice


    Quote Originally Posted by Lolakitty View Post
    That's great It makes it so much easier when they are sleeping well.
    Especially with a toddler to look after too.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bubblesb20 View Post
    It sure does I am just glad that Will sleeps through the night because Madeline really does scream the house down hehe, she woke a little later this morning instead of 2.30-3.00am it was 4.30 which was nice
    Haha yeah, I can't imagine having a toddler with a sleeping problem as well as getting up to a newborn.
    That's what Tyler started doing, then he started sleeping through around 10 weeks.....but now he's back to waking at 4:30 for a quick feed. I can't complain though, he's in bed by 8pm and after the early feed at 4:30 he usually sleeps until 6:30-7:00

    Fingers crossed they both keep up the good sleeping!


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    That is fantastic I give Madeline her last feed around 10pm or just after and she will sleep through till at least 3 but today it was 5 which was nice. She is sleeping well today after her feeds but hasn't finished a bottle yet hehe but she is obviously satisfied as she isn't crying or anything. Have you got anything planned for the weekend and for Melbourne Cup Day?


    Quote Originally Posted by Lolakitty View Post
    Haha yeah, I can't imagine having a toddler with a sleeping problem as well as getting up to a newborn.
    That's what Tyler started doing, then he started sleeping through around 10 weeks.....but now he's back to waking at 4:30 for a quick feed. I can't complain though, he's in bed by 8pm and after the early feed at 4:30 he usually sleeps until 6:30-7:00

    Fingers crossed they both keep up the good sleeping!


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    Quote Originally Posted by bubblesb20 View Post
    That is fantastic I give Madeline her last feed around 10pm or just after and she will sleep through till at least 3 but today it was 5 which was nice. She is sleeping well today after her feeds but hasn't finished a bottle yet hehe but she is obviously satisfied as she isn't crying or anything. Have you got anything planned for the weekend and for Melbourne Cup Day?
    It's so nice to get a chunk of sleep

    Not sure yet, I think we are just going to have a quiet BBQ with a couple of friends. Nothing big.
    Last big day we had at our place was grand final day & Tyler didn't sleep. As because of that was up every hour over night.

    How about yourself?


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    Default hi

    We didn't do anything for cup day just had a quiet one at home which was nice, been having a few problems with our son at the moment with some tantrums and he won't really eat for us etc so trying to do a whole heap of different things to get around this...he turned 2 last week which was exciting we had a little party for him and i got him a finding nemo cake which was just gorgeous and it was delicious


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    It's so nice to get a chunk of sleep

    Not sure yet, I think we are just going to have a quiet BBQ with a couple of friends. Nothing big.
    Last big day we had at our place was grand final day & Tyler didn't sleep. As because of that was up every hour over night.

    How about yourself?


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    Hello how are you? It has been a while since we have spoken how are things going with your family? We are in a much better routine now which is great and she is sleeping through the night which I love. And we seem to be getting over the hurdles with our son too which is nice


    Quote Originally Posted by Lolakitty View Post
    It's so nice to get a chunk of sleep

    Not sure yet, I think we are just going to have a quiet BBQ with a couple of friends. Nothing big.
    Last big day we had at our place was grand final day & Tyler didn't sleep. As because of that was up every hour over night.

    How about yourself?


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