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    Quote Originally Posted by heartstringz View Post
    Im sweltering holding ds for all of his sleeps today & he is also sweating. The a/c isnt helping much. I cant keep this up, the heat is too unbearable for this. And I just tried to eat & it woke ds up, even with the a/c & white noise blaring. I give up. I just wont bother with any day sleeps ever until I go to sleep school.
    Have you got him in at sleep school? When do you go?

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    Im getting my referral tomorrow, they are booking in for February at the moment but ill also be going on the cancellation list so I might get in sooner. Having a sleep consultant out in the meantime (just after xmas) to help us while we are waiting

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    Quote Originally Posted by heartstringz View Post
    Im getting my referral tomorrow, they are booking in for February at the moment but ill also be going on the cancellation list so I might get in sooner. Having a sleep consultant out in the meantime (just after xmas) to help us while we are waiting
    Do you have a friend or family member who could have Bub for a day so you can have some time out?

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    Not really but dh finishes work for the year in a few days, yay, so then I can have a break

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    Quote Originally Posted by heartstringz View Post
    Im getting my referral tomorrow, they are booking in for February at the moment but ill also be going on the cancellation list so I might get in sooner. Having a sleep consultant out in the meantime (just after xmas) to help us while we are waiting
    That's great news!!

    Make sure you go into sleep school with an open mind. The first time I was given sleep advice for DD I chose to ignore it as I thought - this will never work for DD - and I carried in the same way for a while, until I came around and just took the advice and it worked!

    Don't make that same mistake.

    The great thing about sleep school is they have paediatricians who can rule out any medical issues.

    Did you ever get his tongue tie sorted?

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    I think DS is reacting to my daily coffee. I don't know how I am going to cope without it!

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    I'm hungry, but I'm meeting a friend for breakfast at 8 so I have to wait at least another 45mins... PLUS this friend is never on time anywhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smallpotatoes View Post
    I think DS is reacting to my daily coffee. I don't know how I am going to cope without it!
    DS used to be quite sensitive to my morning cuppa. I started having it after a feed and then kept it to only a couple a day. He was fine.

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    My hair is breaking off / falling out everywhere.
    I constantly feel like something is crawling on my neck/shoulders but nope! It's just another hair falling out on me!
    I might have to wear a wig at my wedding!

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    Quote Originally Posted by firsttimemum34 View Post
    My hair is breaking off / falling out everywhere.
    I constantly feel like something is crawling on my neck/shoulders but nope! It's just another hair falling out on me!
    I might have to wear a wig at my wedding!
    I have the same problem!! I remember hen I had DS my hair loss started quite quickly pp, with DD it took 3.5 momths before it started. DD is now 4 months and im losing hair in handfuls

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