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    J the ladies have made excellent suggestions. We all know you are a loving mum. And L is thriving xx she is happy babbling sitting and trying to move all signs of a well loved bubba.

    Ds eats 3 meals a day plus 2 snacks. Plus 2 bfs. He has really thinned down so nurse told me to increase food.

    Try offering breakfast lunch and tea with feeds between then increase snacks.

    Let us know how you go xx

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    J, you are so far from being a bad mother! Some bubbas just aren't that into solids. Meadow eats hardly any brekkie, just isn't into it. Probably because she feeds more frequently overnight than during the day!!! Has more at lunch and dinner, plus snacks too if I remember! But she's still dropped on the weight percentiles. I'm not concerned though, as long as a baby is healthy and happy then that's good enough for me. They all grow differently.

    Little Lucy is as right as rain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil Smurfy View Post
    Does anyone know how many words babies should be able to say by their first birthday?
    Not many. One or two such as mumma, dadda. Toby's first word was 'car' at 11 months.

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    Well it appears my periods may be returning, finally. Got my first natural AF (without the help of any medications) today since Toby was conceived in January 2011! I'm glad my body still works after the dramas of TTC Meadow! Still BF her loads each day but will have to take precautions now. DH is not happy. His reaction was 'oh, so no chance of s.ex for a few days then!' Men! It's still incredibly painful, now I've got to try to apply these creams whilst I'm bleeding. Hmmm :-/

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    Yay for AF Bond. Are you wanting another baby or is 2 enough? Yuck for applying cream while bleeding.

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    Typical response from DH bond. That's great your period seems to be back. Yuck for applying cream though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil Smurfy View Post
    Yay for AF Bond. Are you wanting another baby or is 2 enough? Yuck for applying cream while bleeding.
    I want one more Smurfy. In no hurry though, 2-3 year gaps are good for me.

    How is everyone else going? We've had a few unaided steps from Meadow today, yay!!!

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    Yay for AF returning naturally bond! Typical male response from DH there! Applying cream when bleeding wouldn't be very pleasant

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    Happy belated birthday to Lucy J, she looked gorgeous in the dress her daddy bought her

    yay for moving to the Gold Coast Bond! You'll be living closer to me now!

    nothing really exciting here, almost 9 weeks and prodding along, Aurora is doing really well taking her for a weigh and measure tomorrow and she's 6 months tomorrow where has that time gone?!

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    How is everyone going?

    Loves her puppy dog.

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