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    Too. Much. Chocolate!

    I think... If instead of buying all the chocolate these past 11 months since dd was born... I saved that money... I could.... Possibly... Have a small house deposit...

    You know when you get to a stage and you just know you have to implement change but it seems too big and you don't know where to begin? Yep.

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    @[Mod] Nomsie I just thought that yesterday about lollies. I am trying so hard to save for things I want but I keep spending bits.. tonight I spent it in dinner so I didn't have to cook!

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    I'm somehow subscribed to this thread but my post has disappeared. Damn app

    That's not my only vent; I dislike immunization day and the unsettled baby it leaves me with. Also I've ran out of chocolate which in could have used to drown my sorrows

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    Seriously DS, 2 am poo. Your 17 months, I thought you stopped this at about 7 weeks!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by [Mod] Nomsie View Post
    Too. Much. Chocolate!

    I think... If instead of buying all the chocolate these past 11 months since dd was born... I saved that money... I could.... Possibly... Have a small house deposit...

    You know when you get to a stage and you just know you have to implement change but it seems too big and you don't know where to begin? Yep.
    Yup!

    Stage 1: chocolate must not be a substitute for a main meal and can not be used as a 'quick pick me up' instead of breakfast...

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    Yup!

    Stage 1: chocolate must not be a substitute for a main meal and can not be used as a 'quick pick me up' instead of breakfast...
    Stage 2 - find healthier alternative. I make up my own trail mix. Need the energy for bfing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by firsttimemum34 View Post
    OK, call me late to the party but I only found out today (8 weeks out from this exact thing happening) that it's highly likely there will be a p.oo situation during the birth of my child.
    How is it that I did not know this? There's some contraception right there! No one tells you that little piece of info when discussing babies.
    My DPs SIL is a midwife and this info has never been shared by her. And seriously @Nomsie I expected more from you!
    I've tried googling how to stop it happening and as it turns out, there is no way to stop it happening. It just will and I just have to cop it.
    If it makes you feel any better, I completely lost my dignity in labour and didn't care!

    When the epi was being put in I completely lost my bladder and waters at the same time and flooded the table AND ruined some favourite undies! (which the midwife held up and asked if i wanted to take them home and clean them!)

    Then during pushing I needed a vacuum extraction, so with legs up in stirrups and 6 people in the room I also felt myself poo a few times during pushing. After apologizing, the ob said she really didn't care and had better things to worry about.

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    Annoyed at DH who doesn't get that a 7:30pm soccer game in Canberra is way too late for a 6 month old baby to attend. Oh and the fact it's a 2.5hr drive home after that. But some how I am the silly one..

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    I have a sore bum. Well sore tailbone actually. It's from the long car drive and bumpy boat ride last week. Getting up off a chair resembles the movements someone 9 months pregnant makes.

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    DS will be 3 weeks old on saturday & DH goes back to work on monday = feeling completely overwhelmed. I really hope it gets easier........

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