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    Santa is bringing Chelsea a jolly jumper for Xmas she will be an early crawler/walker

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissXamA View Post
    Santa is bringing Chelsea a jolly jumper for Xmas she will be an early crawler/walker
    Ohhh exciting! What makes you think that MissX?
    I'm pretty sure Vale will walk before she crawls!

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    Thanks for the feedback on the jumper guys. I've got a baby walker too that used to be Toby's so will also use that soon in next month or so. Her head control is great now at 3 months so things can begin to be explored. Been trying different carries in my ring sling and she was happier in it.

    Sleep is better in some respects, in that I can get her down without holding or feeding to sleep. It's just staying asleep through sleep cycles that's the problem! Think its something they grow out of though.

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    Bond, I hope Meadow's sleep continues to improve

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    Sienna standing today, with some help from her daddyImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1384841013.494782.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil Smurfy View Post
    Sienna standing today, with some help from her daddyAttachment 46406
    She's so cute and so strong!!

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    Question for J- think the maxolon is making me drowsy and also feel kinda panicked and depressed. are these known side effects? Definitely don't think I can take it anymore! Thanks!

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    Maxolon can make many people quite drowsy, as well as agitated. If you are not tolerating it, stop taking it...there are other options.
    Maxolon makes me very sleepy too!
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    Lil Smurfy, Sienna is darling! Lucy loves to kick her legs like a mad woman, and especially loves pulling her feet towards her mouth!!! She still keels over sideways in the Bumbo, but she is getting there!
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    FTM - since birth, she has been incredibly active and constantly pushing her legs off me. Mum said that she is exactly like my younger sister and she was walking (aided) by 7.5 months!
    Just put her in the bumbo for the first time and she was sitting up and looking around - will put a photo up tomorrow.

    Sienna and Lucy are gorgeous!

    Have an unwell little girl at the moment, she seems to be suffering a bit of reflux or something is upsetting her tummy. She is constantly crying, then sleeping heaps and each feed, she is bringing back up majority of her feed while crying

    She has also started to get a bit of dry skin on her scalp, I am guessing cradle cap? Mum told me to rub in Johnson's baby oil, which I have done for a few days and yesterday I noticed that it wax a little red and heaps of little bumps on her scalp. So I am leaving it now.
    Cradle cap will just work itself out, won't it? Or do I need to treat the dry skin?


 

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