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We are home!
Will post soon, but here we are on our way home! Xxx
Ella is too cute Adden, like a little doll with all that hair. I had a mychild when I was little reminds me of Ella! My Ella still doesn't have any hair lol, like my bald cabbage patch!
Good news for my Ella, Hip Dysplasia has repaired and no more brace!
That's fantastic news KM! Yay!
Welcome home to the wild weather Adden!
Yay KM!! And welcome Adden...hope you settle back in with ease
Happy half birthday ivy! AJ was 6 months on Monday and is celebrating with 2 teeth coming through. My boy is growing up!
Great news no more brace kmvw! Welcome home Adden.
So Ella has been playing during the hours of 12am and 7am! I'm tired and so is she! I'm hoping its just a phase and she snaps out if it, she has been kicking her way to the top of the cot banging her head, getting cold and crying out for me to tuck her back in. I'm not sure how to stop this apart from tying her legs to the base lol. I guess I need a cot bumper and sleeping bag, although I'm not sure cot bumpers are recommended? Can anyone suggest a good sleeping bag and blanket? Or a way to stop this, we are both tired now during the day
Is anyone part of a group on Facebook called midnight mums? It's pretty good, only can be invited to join. Let me know if you want an invitation
Yay km that's fantastic news
Glad to hear your trip went well Adden.
Love the pic Amy he looks like he loves his tucker.
What's the group about Nic? I have had William in a sleeping bag dice he was 1 month. I have a pumpkin patch one, fro bag and a plum one. Can't see any difference between them except the price tag.
I use grobags. You can get them cheaper out of the uk through baby curls http://www.babycurls.co.uk/. I like them because they tell you what bub should be wearing under them for different temperatures.
I also use a mesh bumper called an air wrap. It has holes so they can still breathe through it. I woke up to find AJ with his mouth and nose against it the other day. He was fine. I freaked out though.
I've also heard about the safe t sleep wrap to stop them wriggling. I used to use a sheet folded over a bit like a seat belt across his middle but he still got out of it. Now I just let him move about. Little rascal likes pushing himself to the top and swiveling 90 degrees. Always interesting to see where he ends up in the morning lol
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