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    Default 2am bubhub check

    I am currently suffering from pregnancy insomnia.....actually I'm just so big I can't sleep properly so I find myself awake at 2am most nights hitting up bubhub. Anyone else guilty of the 2am hub activity!

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    and all that the Lorax left here in this mess was a small pile of rocks with the one word...UNLESS
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    obviously me LOL.

    I'm working tomorrow on the election and while it's pretty much mindless stuff (checking people's address on the roles) I should really be in bed (my children are)

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    Feeding a baby lying down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    Feeding a baby lying down.
    Did that from 4-5, now getting ready for day shift (getting ready=cuppa and bh/fb!)

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    Yep, pregnancy insomnia here too...but I'm only 8+2....
    Also trying to talk my gut into calming down so I don't have to get up to vom...oh the joys! :P

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    Feeding baby here (it's 4am). There's lots of thunder. Wonder if it's a sign on Election Day (the gods are angry ).

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    Well im up 425am as DD wet the bed argh through her nappy. So sick of these crap made nappies. Ive officially tried them all.

    Anyway im never going to get back to sleep. Never can.


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    Wahhh I'm still up at 4:45am.....it's gotten to the point there is no use me going back to sleep for an hour and a half...

    No thunder here Sonja.......or maybe my household snores to loudly haha. How's you new baby going? What did you end up having?

    Loco the new huggies ones I have had a little trouble with. What are you using now??

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    I was feeding DD at 1:30am & checking bub hub. That's what I love, there's always something to read, no matter what time of the day or night!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atropos View Post
    Did that from 4-5, now getting ready for day shift (getting ready=cuppa and bh/fb!)
    Mine was 5 mins, but my usually good sleeper has been a bit grumpy.


 

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