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    It'll happen soon honey xx

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    Congratulations!!

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    Congrats miss X!

    Scan this morning and we have a perfect little blob measuring perfectly on track, heartbeat of 142 flickering away!

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    Congratulations MissX

    RR great news

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    What a great day!!! Congratulations to both Rainbow and MissXamA!!

    Rainbow; I am so pleased for you both, and really glad that Toby will share DNA with his sibling. I know that sounds clinical, but you know what I mean

    Miss X, how long have you been trying? That last FRER looks excellent

    J xx.



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    MissX; in regards to cows' milk (and for anyone else interested)...

    Just remember that CMPI is different from lactose-intolerance.
    Cows' milk protein is the PROTEIN component of cows' milk.
    Lactose is the SUGAR component of milk.
    They are completely different entities.
    I would get a referral from your GP to a Paediatric Gastroenterologist. Not just a General Paediatrician, but a Paediatric Gastroenterologist (specialise in any gut-related illness or disease in children).

    It is important to determine whether Chelsea is intolerant to cows' milk protein OR lactose, or whether her symptoms are due to something else altogether.

    Hope that helps, J.

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    MCB; adorable photos of your girls.

    LS and Bond; I wish I had some sage advice re: sleeping infants, but I have no authority on the subject. I am extremely fortunate that Lucy is a good sleeper, and it's nothing I do!!
    I put a bottle of water in Lucy's cot, just in case she wakes up thirsty. But she doesn't get anymore milk at night, other than the bottle she goes down with.
    She has her teddy, blankie and dummy, and I do let her have a quick tantrum on some occasions for a few minutes...usually this "protest" only lasts a few minutes. If it goes longer than 10 minutes, I will go in and try to settle her with a quick cuddle.
    But as I said...I am lucky with her. I really feel for those Mums who don't have a good sleeper. By 15-18 months, one expects their bubby to be sleeping through! You guys have definitely been short-changed on this one!

    Having said that, Lucy actually woke twice last night at about 1am and 4am. But she was just singing and talking loudly!! So I didn't go in to her, as she was happy enough! Luckily she didn't wake Oscar, and my husband is interstate for a week...so she just woke me up.

    On the days Lucy goes to daycare, she is lucky to sleep 15 minutes during the day. Apparently she just stands up in her cot and complains!! Yet on the days she is at home, she sleeps 3-4 hours during the day. So...go figure.

    J.

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    Hello everyone!! My new dress which Grandma made for me...

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    Rainbow, huge congratulations

    J, Lucy's dress is lovely.

    Sienna was the perfect sleeper when she was a newborn, sleeping through from 3 weeks. Then around 7 months she decided she didn't want to do that anymore. Ah well, I'm hoping with perseverance, I can get her sleeping better. As for childcare, she is an angel for them, lies on the mattress and 5-10 mins later she's asleep. At home she's totally uncooperative unless I give her a bottle.

    J, how are you feeling? Must be hard with your husband away

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    J or anyone else who might know,

    My friends bub is nearly 5 months and since travelling overseas her bowel movements aren't happening like they used to. She is breastfeeding and taking days to poop but is really unsettled and uncomfortable until she manages to go and when she does go it's really smelly. She asked her midwife who brushed it off saying it's normal for breastfeeding babies to go days between.
    She doesn't think she is constipated just sore in the guts


 

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