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    Thanks ladies. I had my moments when I was really missing him but just got into a routine and honestly I think I got more sleep ( I would go to bed earlier once both boys were asleep ). It's pretty empowering to know that we can do this on our own.

    Good to hear all the bubbas are finally getting some sleep. Here's hoping it just gets better and better.

    Oh and here's something that might make you have a chuckle. The other night I make pizzas for dinner. Epic fail , once I realised I had used gelatine instead of yeast. Real sad part I still used it ha ha ha ( it was only me ds1 and it wasn't that bad ).

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    that's funny Dragon

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    Gelatines good for your hair and nails anyway!!

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    This is so very true mrs o!

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    Lol re gelatine!!! I got a little lazy last night as I was feeling so tired and instead of working to get baby back to sleep I just feed him after only a 1.5hr stretch and then a 2 hr one, but then he went back to 3 hrs and I'm feeding now x

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    It's hard to stretch them! Does Orlando fall asleep on the boob?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicsta83 View Post
    It's hard to stretch them! Does Orlando fall asleep on the boob?
    Always! He was eating more regurlarly today like 2 hourly and from 2.30pm has pretty much been cluster feeding...he slept for about an hour now he's back on and gulping it down! Must be a growth spurt maybe???

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    Poor baby really unsettled this afternoon / evening...think he has a sore tummy I don't know! I hope we all get a good rest tonight...tomorrow is his Christening yay! Plus my parents arrive from the UK and I haven't seen them for 20 months so big day for us all

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    Hey ladies, I have another tread going for this, but thought you might be more willing to share! I was looking through my test results prior to our IVF journey and wanted to know (out of curiosity) what your age and AMH levels were?

    SL, big day tomorrow alright! How exciting!

    Ps: I think there must be a full moon or something, the last 2 nights my little one has been fussy and has had a good scream! Very unlike her. :-(

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsoptomistic View Post
    Hey ladies, I have another tread going for this, but thought you might be more willing to share! I was looking through my test results prior to our IVF journey and wanted to know (out of curiosity) what your age and AMH levels were?

    SL, big day tomorrow alright! How exciting!

    Ps: I think there must be a full moon or something, the last 2 nights my little one has been fussy and has had a good scream! Very unlike her. :-(
    At 36 it was 2.
    that was a year ago.

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