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    You make them. If you google it, you should find a recipe. Pinky McKay sells booby bickies which are similar

    What works well on nappy rash? Sienna is pooing so many times a day and her bottom is so red. It doesn't seem that any of those creams are working

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    What are you using? My favourites are Sudocream and Paw-Paw ointment...and be really generous.

    Channy; Lincoln is simply adorable!!

    Here is my cherub this morning, but she was pulling strange faces!!...

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    I've tried sudocream, curash and zinc and castor oil cream.

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    Give Paw-Paw ointment a go then. It acts as a barrier, but has natural anti-inflammatory properties too.
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    J this is the one I use, but I add apricot pieces or choc chips to combat the yeast taste

    http://www.**********.com.au/breastf...-cookie-recipe

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    Geez we make some gorgeous babies!!!

    Just wondering if anyone knows about low egg levels? What does it mean? Will it be harder to fall pregnant or does it mean I just might just run out sooner then normal? I'm guessing because my age is good 31, what I have egg wise should be good quality.

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    How do I get Lincoln to enjoy tummy time? He gets so ticked off

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    Channy I think you just have to persevere. Some bubs don't like it but enjoy it over time. Do you get down low near his face so he can see/hear you? And jangle toys just above his head to encourage him to look up? Also don't do it when he's got a full tummy, tired etc but sure you know that already A short time twice a day then build up should help.

    Shelby, I had the egg stores test while ttc Meadow. I think it means they'll run out quicker but maybe also harder to conceive as an egg doesn’t release every month. But not 100% sure as mine were high so didn't think too much about it. I think J knows more about this???

    J, hope you manage to get enough milk for Lucy and your treatment goes well. x

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil Smurfy View Post
    You make them. If you google it, you should find a recipe. Pinky McKay sells booby bickies which are similar

    What works well on nappy rash? Sienna is pooing so many times a day and her bottom is so red. It doesn't seem that any of those creams are working
    When all else failed for meadow I used saline and cotton wool to clean her, no wipes, then plenty of air time in the sunlight. Only thing that helped. If the poo is making her sore I agree with J that paw paw cream as a thick barrier may help.

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    A new pic of my Meadow Rose 🌹 xxx
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