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    And we have some issues here too!
    Ella has to have surgery on her belly button.
    The annoying bit that sticks out is actually attached to her bladder by a strand of something. Can cause serious infections.. I'm so scared!!
    We go on antibiotics tomorrow and meet a surgeon on Tuesday.

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    Sorry to hear all these little bubs who need operations

    I'm sure they will all be fine though.

    How is Ella's weight going Adden? My Ella is on the 5th percentile atm

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    Poor little bubs!! I hope they are get through these little bumps soon.

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    Km.. She is just on the 3rd. 3.7kgs at 15 weeks! (10 adjusted)
    I'm worried cause of her weight.. She is still so little to be put under general!!

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    Oh Adden I hope she is ok, she is tiny isn't she...let us know how you go

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicsta83 View Post
    My friends Daughter had to have the hip brace, needed it for 6 weeks, hope Ella is ok!

    It does seem like our littles ones have a few things that need straightening out!! Hopefully they are all sorted soon.

    Ivy has to go to physio as her left foot curves in, also needs her eyes checked at 6 months as one is a little 'offline' and cause I have bad eyes they just want to check....hopefully it corrects itself.

    Met with my work today and they asked when I wanted to come back...I said not anytime yet, can't even imagine it...I have till feb off...what about everyone else, are you going back to work?
    Sounds like ivy has things happening too...hope her foot and eye are ok.

    I'm due back to work January 6th I haven't made a decision yet and won't until end of the year. Going to meet with work at some point once Orlando has a bit of a routine going I'll take him in and we'll have a chat about it. The main issue is that it's inner city and we live south east suburbs. I love the work that I do, but not my job if that makes sense! I'd love to do the same work but in a different industry. I would like a new job BUT I also need the maternity leave and starting somewhere new to not be able to get pregnant for x amount of months is not an option. I would love to get pregnant straight away then by the time I'm due back I will already be 4 months pregnant. In all honestly I would love to be a stay at home mum but unless our business gets bigger quickly, or we win the lottery it's not likely! Once baby boy is in a bit of a routine I will start working on our business to see what I can do to get some jobs through. Sorry for the ramble!!

    Orlando just did a big explosion in his nappy so time to go lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicsta83 View Post
    Question for the breast feeding ladies how many feeds are you doing per day? I have only been fitting in 6 or 7 the past couple of days...

    Ivy is feeding 3 hourly ish in the day and then sleeping 8 hours at night, it's only happened 3 times...I just wonder if its enough...maybe she has become more efficient or maybe just a phase like everything
    I'm still feeding about a million times a day...lol!! Still feeding on demand and Orlando still comfort feeding too...starting to enforce a bit of a routine next week though as our days will be back to normal as my parents are going back home. Realistically at the moment though its probably around 7-8 ish during the day and 2-3 during the night

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    Quote Originally Posted by adden View Post
    And we have some issues here too!
    Ella has to have surgery on her belly button.
    The annoying bit that sticks out is actually attached to her bladder by a strand of something. Can cause serious infections.. I'm so scared!!
    We go on antibiotics tomorrow and meet a surgeon on Tuesday.
    No way adden sorry to hear!!!

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    Another day indoors today...managed to get heaps of cleaning done yesterday so still a little bit to do today. Only popping out to pick up my parents and then we're going to hang out here for the afternoon evening. Then only seeing them on Sunday for the last time before they leave on Tuesday. Next time they see us Orlando will have just had his 1st birthday! Seems like ages away!

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    Sorry to hear adden I understand your fear as I don't want to have to put my little boy under either. But we do what has to be done and there is comfort in knowing they are to young to remember all of this.

    Nic hoping her foot mends and that there isn't anything to be concerned about with her eyes ( let us know what they do cause it seems so young to test eyesight)

    Enjoy you family time Sl it seems to go way to fast.

    We just found out we are moving back to Vic in 2015 so have a start date of jan 20 2015. We are travelling down to pick up our 2 frosties early next year so hopefully I will have had another bub so will delay going back then will have to seriously look if it is even financially beneficial to go back will child care cost etc.

    what's everyone's experiences with frozen transfers? I'm 30 today (yay) so not that old and am having 2 implanted. So nervous already for our next round. My worse outcome is none defrost or implant dh worse outcome is they both take and split lol ( pretty slim chance I recon).


 

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