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    Nila, so great to hear from you! The twins are adorable.

    Toni; nearly out of the 1st Trimester, which must feel good. Are you going to find out the baby's sex, or have a surprise? You may have already said, but my brain is mush most of the time these days!

    Bond; did the Staph infection clear up? Staph is usually straight-forward to treat with the right antibiotic, like flucloxacillin or cephalexin...so I hope it has almost gone. There's always something, hey?!!

    Oscar's training is getting better. He wants to "make me happy" by doing poos in the toilet, but we still have accidents, and he is still in a nappy at night. I have no idea how long before most kids are night-trained? Anyone know?

    Lucy is still a delight. She is just so cute that I waste far too much of the day kissing and squishing her! She has finally discovered the joys of food, and has finally got a decent appetite...but she gets cranky when her bowl is empty!!

    This is a picture from this morning...this dress was made by my Grandma 37 odd years ago for ME...and now it is Lucy's!

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    Quote Originally Posted by J37 View Post
    Nila, so great to hear from you! The twins are adorable.

    Toni; nearly out of the 1st Trimester, which must feel good. Are you going to find out the baby's sex, or have a surprise? You may have already said, but my brain is mush most of the time these days!

    Bond; did the Staph infection clear up? Staph is usually straight-forward to treat with the right antibiotic, like flucloxacillin or cephalexin...so I hope it has almost gone. There's always something, hey?!!

    Oscar's training is getting better. He wants to "make me happy" by doing poos in the toilet, but we still have accidents, and he is still in a nappy at night. I have no idea how long before most kids are night-trained? Anyone know?

    Lucy is still a delight. She is just so cute that I waste far too much of the day kissing and squishing her! She has finally discovered the joys of food, and has finally got a decent appetite...but she gets cranky when her bowl is empty!!

    This is a picture from this morning...this dress was made by my Grandma 37 odd years ago for ME...and now it is Lucy's!

    J x.

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    J, Lucy is sitting up! Yay! She looks gorgeous in that dress. I also have one that I wore as a baby, but don't think Meadow fits into it yet.

    I know what you mean about all the kissing and squishing. It's amazing how much we love them!

    Toby isn't dry at night yet either. Think it'll be a while but that's fine as I read some kids can be a few years older and still need night nappies so I am not pushing it. We tried once when he said he wanted to, disaster!!! He's great during the day. Glad Oscar is improving with his Poos!

    And yes it was Cephalexin that Toby was prescribed plus bactoban cream and clarityne for itching. He's finished the course but still got lots of scabs. It's fading but still very much there, just drier. Do you think I should still keep him away from other kids or is it ok now the rash is no longer so blistered?

    Toni, my mum won't be back until January. we're waving goodbye tomorrow. Cue the tears!!! Wanted to fly home to the uk to visit end of November until after Xmas but can't afford it as planning our move to the Gold Coast in July/August!!

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    Bond, that sucks that your mum is going home

    J, Lucy is so gorgeous

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    Bond; I would advise keeping Toby "quarantined" for a bit longer. Staph has a tendency to be quite contagious, so better to be on the safe side. Very glad to hear Meadow hasn't got it. But poor Toby!

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    Thanks Lil Smurfy...I think so

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    Ok thanks, J. I will keep putting the bactroban on I think.
    Just really want him to go to family daycare on weds!!

    We've said goodbye to mum. It's weird being on my own again. Toby was refusing to nap but finally gone to sleep. We got rid of his dummy on Saturday and he finds it hard to wind down for sleep now. The sucking relaxed him. But at 3.5 yrs it was high time, quite embarrassing really! At least I won't have this with Meadow.

    How is everyone's day going?

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    Neither my older Boys have a dry night either...they still use nappies at night!

    Sucks that you had to say goodbye to your mom bond

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    Bond, Oscar was VERY attached to his dummy, and we didn't get rid of it until well-after Lucy was born, so he was about 3 and 1/4 years. He put them all in the outside bin, and as an "exchange" he was given a LeapPad2 (an educational tablet-type thing). So he knew the dummies were gone, as he saw the garbage truck empty the bins the following day. It still took him a little while to learn to sleep without it, as the sucking definitely relaxed him too. It's a big step for them!

    Nila, how old are your boys, and what brand/size nappies do you use at night?

    Lil Smurfy, how are you?

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    My boys are 5 and 3 I use walkers...I tried not putting nappies on but having wake up in the middle of the night wih them screaming cause they are wet and change the sheets was a bit much, plus my 3 year old still uses the potty he's a bit on the short side so he can't get up onto the toilet by himself and he doesn't like using a step

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    J, I'm good thanks. I've adjusted into life as a working mum. Sienna is seeming happier at childcare, and the staff have paid a lot of attention to what she likes doing, so she stays distracted.

    Luckily, I've managed to keep Breastfeeding her at night, which is great. Before she was born, I only planned to BF her until she was 6 months. That came and went, and I just don't want to stop yet.

    I'm counting down the months until I can start ttc again. At this stage it will be sept or oct. My cycles seem to be normalising.
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