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    Default Lets Celebrate how fabulous we are! :)

    Induced (not by choice), Epidural, breast and formula feeding, solids/purées from 4 months, pram pushing, pro-vax, SOS routine, still working out what if any type of discipline will work with a 2 year old :-/, most of all an extremely proud Mummy of 2 beautiful babies :-)

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    Default Lets Celebrate how fabulous we are! :)

    C section, dummy using, occasional baby wearing, breast feeding, BLW, disposable nappy using, vaxxing, go with the flow type mummy...and proud of it!

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    Default Lets Celebrate how fabulous we are! :)

    Demand booby-feeding, disposable nappies, but trialling cloth as well, no dummy (caved during first witching hr, but she hated it, thank God!), loose routine, read Bubba's cues; let cry if tired or cranky for a few mins - if she doesn't sleep, she's most likely still hungry. Will try n hold off solids til after 6mths, but Bubba is VERY interested now (4mths) and may want them earlier - will wait n see. Pro-any mumma's choice to keep sane!

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    Default Lets Celebrate how fabulous we are! :)

    Co sleeping, Breastfed then bottle fed , passionate about nutrition and BLW, selective vaxing, anti smacking, amber necklace using, Prefer being a SAHM but helping out a few days in own business , private school sending blissfully happy and extremely grateful mummy

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    Emergency c section, breastfeeding (for 3 months), then formula feeding, disposable wearing, baby led weaning, then a little tw, no bottle from 11.5 months, no dummy from 15 months, pro vacc, dont really care if other circ but i will never, SAHM, never had any issues with dd sleeping so im very lucky there.

    These days my patience is being tried big time. I have such a little diva

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    Default Lets Celebrate how fabulous we are! :)

    Epidural, straight home from hospital, FF'ing (not out of initial choice but very happy with it now) selective and delayed vaxxing, sometimes co-sleep, sometimes babywear (out and about not around house), rock to sleep, don't leave baby to cry, pram pushing, happy to leave baby to entertain themselves on play mat/jumperoo, half BLW/half purée, morning and bedtime routine but flexible inbetween Mum here! Oh, and soon to be a part-time working mummy with baby in daycare 3 days a week (9 months old).

    Oh yes and a massive dummy fan!!
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    Default Lets Celebrate how fabulous we are! :)

    C-section, breastfeeding, sometimes co-sleeping, pram pushing, busy Mummy who is very passionate about health and nutrition

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    Bottle feeding(no milk in these), disposable nappy, dummy, comforter, vaxxing, blw, amber necklace, wahm, loving mumma who loves to watch her bubba just enjoying life!

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    Default Lets Celebrate how fabulous we are! :)

    Quote Originally Posted by FearlessLeader View Post

    I guess what I'm saying is that some things I do because I'm passionate about them, some just because it's the path of least resistance.
    So agree with this.

    I'm passionate about cloth nappies, breastfeeding, no CIO/CC, vaxxing, BLWing, babywearing.

    I have fallen into bed sharing. I never thought I would do it and resisted it but desperation took me there and now I love it.

    Also passionate about whatever works for you, works for you. If the kids are happy and the parents are happy then whatever's going on behind closed doors can't be that bad.

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    Default Re: Lets Celebrate how fabulous we are! :)

    Medically indicated elective c-section, booby feeding, cloth bumming, baby wearing and pram pushing, dummy giving (but she's starting to find her thumb) Will let bub cry when whinging but respond once she starts to get upset, straight into cot from hospital, pro vaxing mummy to 5 week old ivf miracle.

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