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    I also went to a settling course thing which was a complete waste of time, but she did say it takes 2-5 days to change a babies sleeping routine, so don't be too hard on yourself if you do decide to change xx

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    How you feeling SL?

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    Ok cool ... Sounds like you guys really benefited from it. After numerous resettles 1.5 hours Ivy still had not settled. So I decided it was time for another feed....she was sooo worked up. Anyway she was out after the feed but doubt she will stay asleep she is just soooo overtired!

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    Agree with getting your nights back when they go to bed earlier... When I'm by myself 7pm is a godsend, without it I'd be going nuts! It gives me a chance to unwind, cook myself some dinner & chill out... When DH is home it's great cause we get to have some 'adult' time... You guys need to have some time as a couple aswell, it's very important otherwise before you know it the communication has broken down..., you may even find Ivy benefits from a early bedtime routine and actually sleeps longer??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicsta83 View Post
    What signs should I look for to see if she is ready for solids?
    Hi Nic, head and neck control is really important, then their interest in what you are eating, tongue movement, sucking on hand while watching you eat (trying to copy etc). I think you will know, my DD gets really excited when she sees any food (squeals and bounces around!)

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    Out of interest how long are those of you who are exclusively BFing going to exclusively BF for?

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    Mrs o that's really cute that she bounces round😃

    SL not sure, thinking to 5-6 months then starting ivf again. I would like to do a year, if by exclusive you mean no formula?

    Braydon is driving me nuts today, won't stop crying, poor little mite. Hopefully after this poo he is grunting about he will feel better...

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    Ivy doing my head in with these 40 min naps as she wakes tired and grumpy!!

    I honestly am not sure i can have more kids...I hope my mind changes when things get easier I just get so anxious!! I hate the anxious feeling. Ivy woke twice overnight, went to sleep at 10 then woke at 3, 6 and up for day at 9...but was noisy all night so I couldn't sleep!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nala9000 View Post
    Mrs o that's really cute that she bounces round😃

    SL not sure, thinking to 5-6 months then starting ivf again. I would like to do a year, if by exclusive you mean no formula?

    Braydon is driving me nuts today, won't stop crying, poor little mite. Hopefully after this poo he is grunting about he will feel better...
    Yes I meant no formula...I'm thinking around 6 months or first tooth whichever comes first depending lol!!!

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    Fantastic news from the specialist this afternoon for Orlando's kidney...it has SLIGHTLY improved from a month ago so no need for further testing which would have involved him going under anaesthetic and no need for an operation - god has answered our prayers!!! He needs to have ultrasounds every few months to re access the situation until he is 4 or 5 years old - that I can deal with!! Next one will be when he is 6 months.


 

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