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    Gampa - I'm so sorry!
    Big love and hugs to you xxx

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    Crafty, I stopped bleeding before Ella came home (so about 4 weeks after birth)
    Have heard you can bleed up to 6-8 weeks and its normal??
    Sorry, can't remember how old Zoe is.

    You are lucky you are getting sleep'
    Missed out on my nap today.. Ds went down at 12.30 and Ella fed at 1 then had Eli up again at 2.. Grrrrrrr

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    Well only got about an hours rest again today. Just got into bed now and Orlando has been down for about half an hour. He is stirring actually now...please stay asleep lol!! Hopefully tonight will be a restful one. Off to see paediatrician tomorrow to discuss my little boys kidneys...scared but at the same time looking forward to some answers and getting a solution. Sweet dreams ladies! Will no doubt post during the night haha!

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    He awoke lol bless him DH changing him now most likely he's going to want more food before going back to sleep!

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    I don't know how you do it SL...Ivy is also awake and I can't for the life of me settle her, she is over tired and so hard to settle when over tired. DH is taking her into the car...I'm always scared we are forming bad habits when he does that, but in over it and need some rest so hopefully that gets her to sleep.

    So can't believe she is now 4.1kg...little chubber

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    Twenty to one we haven't gone to sleep yet...

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    Twenty past one...mummy sleeeeeeppppyyy

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    Ivy still awake...trying feed again

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    Vicious cycle tonight...five past two still wide awake!! DH reckons its not right he's been up for so long glad we are seeing paediatrician tomorrow

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicsta83 View Post
    Ivy still awake...trying feed again
    Yep I'm feeding again too!!


 

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