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    First probably about 3 weeks old..this one I will wait till at least 6 weeks (being born in the middle of winter ..too many bugs around)

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    It was different for each one. My last bubs whooping cough was rife around our area, so I kept him home - not that I felt like socialising, I was recovering from a csection and not doing too well etc. With the twins swine flu was everywhere, so I stayed home. I wasn't as cautious with the first. But people who had lots of contact with the babies were asked to get their whooping cough boosters, and everyone agreed. So it was all good.

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    We went everywhere from day 1....would have gone crazy at home...most of the time she just slept in the pram anyway and didn't get taken out for loads of cuddles.


 

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