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    So this chocoholic can no longer eat chocolate due to constant reflux😩😩😩😩. I've taken up eating biscuits😉

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    Question totally off topic... what winter sheets do you use that dont shed fluff everywhere but are still warm (ie: not flannelette)? We have recently moved from a tropical climate and I now have to start thinking about warm stuff for me and the kids!
    @sarahf - I am not usually a sweet tooth, but can devour a whole antipasto platter all by myself (full round of brie included) in one sitting! Its a pity I cant eat most of it atm. I have turned to the dark side and last night hid from dd1 to eat a row of dark choc club in the study. I got busted of course. She spent 10 mins asking me what I was eating and when she found out cracked it bc she wasnt allowed any!

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    We use flannelette....not sure there is any other option...apart from maybe normal sheets with an electric blanket, but they scare me to be honest.

    Have you tried washing and drying (in dryer) a few times to get rid of the fluff?

    ps I hear you re sweaty betty! My own smell constantly grosses me out. I've been using panty liners for weeks.

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    Thanks @Happyma! An acquaintce suggested velour? sheets - i think.... no fluff, will have to contact her and ask again if thats right.... love the "sweaty betty" reference! Hahaha!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KitiK View Post
    Question totally off topic... what winter sheets do you use that dont shed fluff everywhere but are still warm (ie: not flannelette)? We have recently moved from a tropical climate and I now have to start thinking about warm stuff for me and the kids!
    @sarahf - I am not usually a sweet tooth, but can devour a whole antipasto platter all by myself (full round of brie included) in one sitting! Its a pity I cant eat most of it atm. I have turned to the dark side and last night hid from dd1 to eat a row of dark choc club in the study. I got busted of course. She spent 10 mins asking me what I was eating and when she found out cracked it bc she wasnt allowed any!
    With regards to sheets etc in cold weather. I come from where it is freezing 75% of the year. South Dakota in the USA... I would recommend normal sheets and then one of those waffle blankets and then a nice comforter or duete (sp?) reason being you go through hot cold cycles when sleeping and the last thin you want is your kids to be cold... Layers are key in the cold... Same thing with clothes... Light thin layers that are easily put on and taken off...

    And cotton is always always always best...

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    29 weeks and I am SO over it already. Tummy hurts, constant braxton hicks and am feeling sick again. Tired and just want to cry. 57 days to go, cant come soon enough!

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    Sorry to hear @KitiK! Hope it all settles down for you! Carpal tunnel is my friend (bff apparently) but otherwise I'm cruising along ok. 9wks Thursday for us

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    I'm hearing you @KitiK. To top it off I've got one sick DD. Finish up work next week but that can't come soon enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BabyOB View Post
    Sorry to hear @KitiK! Hope it all settles down for you! Carpal tunnel is my friend (bff apparently) but otherwise I'm cruising along ok. 9wks Thursday for us
    8 weeks tomorrow till 2 April @BabyOB??? Please tell me I havent calculated incorrectly... 56 days and a few hours! AND COUNTING! Lol

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    We are being induced at 38+1 @KitiK - 9th April

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