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    Lucy eating her brekkie this morning (toast)...ended up getting butter everywhere!!

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    Big hugs MissX! You're superwoman. I had a week and a half of 1.5 hourly wake ups and nearly threw Toby out of the window!

    Mothering is hands down the hardest thing I've ever done.

    Love seeing all the babies, they're so gorgeous!

    Toby's doing well. Nothing new happening here. He's obsessed with standing though. Here's a few pics ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1400912278.125823.jpgImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1400912297.018488.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow road View Post
    Big hugs MissX! You're superwoman. I had a week and a half of 1.5 hourly wake ups and nearly threw Toby out of the window!

    Mothering is hands down the hardest thing I've ever done.

    Love seeing all the babies, they're so gorgeous!

    Toby's doing well. Nothing new happening here. He's obsessed with standing though. Here's a few pics Attachment 55050Attachment 55051
    I can't believe how grown up he is

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    Quote Originally Posted by J37 View Post
    Lucy eating her brekkie this morning (toast)...ended up getting butter everywhere!!

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    She's ridiculously cute J. I love pics of bubbas eating I can't wait until Lincoln starts on finger foods

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    Very cute J.

    Rainbow, I can't see your pics.

    Senna is 10 months old today. I've been trying to get a photo, but she's not cooperating. We lowered the base of her cot today, cos I'm worried she'll stand up and fall out

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    Gorgeous photos J and Rainbow.

    MissX maybe look at daycare as an opportunity for socialisation? Though only when you are ready of course xx

    Smurfy happy 10mths to Sienna (my auto correct wants me to call you smutty lol)


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    Miss X it's so good to hear from you. I'm sorry to hear that it's been tough going for you. Don't beat yourself up, being a mum is hard work at the best of times and without sleep it must be exhausting and draining. I'm so pleased that you were able to seek out help from your GP, good on you for speaking up. That's great that your DH has stepped up and is helping you, I have my whole family close to me and I can't imagine not having their support. It must be tough on you. Do you have a good mums group or play group you could go to? Socialising with other mums and bubs could be good for you and Chelsea. Just remember you are doing an amazing job!!
    And Chelsea is just adorable

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    Toni, I would be so annoyed if my MIL did that. How frustrating. I think there should be a law that says MILs aren't allowed to stay. Mine is coming or Sienna's birthday. I'm dreading it and can think of nothing worse

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    Miss x when I was diagnosed with pnd after ds2 I was told to put my oldest at least once a week into Childcare and that's what I did and it helped heaps I was able to have one on ones with Lucas and one day where I could focus on myself a little bit and now Its still that way I have ds1 into preprinary and he other 3 in Childcare on Fridays so I have my day where I can go shopping in peace or get the house organized it's totally worth it!!

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    Good Morning everyone...

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