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    Quote Originally Posted by Ponytail View Post
    How long til bubs starts being more interactive? Eg. Smiling, recognizing mum and dad etc? I'm impatient lol
    Pony my two smiled at two weeks old but didn't really get interesting til about three months when able to hold toys etc. Make the most of him not requiring so much entertainment as it's gone in a flash!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChannyV View Post
    Yay for ur mum coming soon bond, will b a great help!

    Last two nights have Been awful, lots of screaming and throwing himself back. Only bloody 3wks old and tantruming he is super strong
    How was last night Channy any Better??

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    Bond, Meadow is adorable. I hope she doesn't get Toby's cold.

    Sienna lasted 4 hours at childcare. She didn't eat much lunch, and they didn't give her a bottle instead, so I think if they'd done that, she'd have been ok. She fell asleep as soon as we started driving home.

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    Bond she is just too cute!

    Rivers teeth have given her some pain but panadol at bed time helps her sleep. Nausea is still here :-(

    Smurfy 4hrs is a good start :-)

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    I agree 4 hrs is good. Have they tried getting her to sleep yet?

    Toni are u able to get some zofran from the Gp for your nausea? It's really good but pricey even in generic tablet form rather than the branded wafers!

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    Managed to capture her on hands and knees trying to crawl
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    Then smiling at me 1393214683493.jpg

    Falling down and laughing lol1393214695806.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bond Girl View Post
    Managed to capture her on hands and knees trying to crawl
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    Cuuuuuutttteeee!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bond Girl View Post
    How was last night Channy any Better??
    Slept 8:30-1am, then pooed at 2:30, fed 4, pooed 5:30, then woke 8am ugh exhausted

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    Bond those photos are adorable!

    Can't take anything, DP gets really anxious as his disability is possibly cause by a drug related to thalidomide. Plus I don't like taking anything when pregnant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChannyV View Post
    Slept 8:30-1am, then pooed at 2:30, fed 4, pooed 5:30, then woke 8am ugh exhausted
    Oh no! Well the night time poos will stop in a few weeks which will help as you won't have to make him wide awake changing him! Hang in there, you're doing great :-)

    Toni that's understandable you don't want to take anything. Hopefully it'll pass soon. How many weeks are u now or don't you know til the dating scan?


 

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