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    Quote Originally Posted by Bond Girl View Post
    Exactly the same for me!! She let's the daycare ladies put piggy tails in though. But I can't get them out at the end of the day because she screams!
    Same here. Sienna can end up with 6 hair ties in while she's at daycare. I try to get them out, they get stuck, pull hair out, and Sienna sits there squirming and trying to escape

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    I found these smaller snagless elastics to use in Lucy's hair...initially she would pull out her ponytail, but I persisted (a LOT!!), and now she leaves it in mostly.
    Without a ponytail, she has this crazy-lady mullet thing happening!!
    When she is in daycare on chemotherapy days (Thursdays), her elastic has usually worked its way out, and she looks like a mad-woman!
    I am looking forward to when she will let me French-braid her hair etc...but this will be a while yet! I went to an all-girls school, so French-braiding was an essential skill to have!!

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    I'm jealous you have a French braiding skill, J! I can't do it, just regular braids.

    I definitely need to buy snagless hair bands for home. I would never use elastic bands in my own hair, it rips it, so find it odd that daycare do that. Although the last two weeks they haven't. I think because I asked if they could take it out before I collect her or I can't get them out!! Must think I don't like them doing it.

    Funny story. Last night M found a dummy in the cupboard. She's never wanted one. But suddenly put it in her mouth and wouldn't let it go. Finally got it off her today and have hidden it!! She's not starting that at 21 months old! How strange!

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    J Lucy is adorable. I can't braid at all. Only plait lol! Hope you are doing ok.

    Bond that is very strange. Not something you want her to start with.


    Sorry I'm not posting much but reading along.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bond Girl View Post

    Funny story. Last night M found a dummy in the cupboard. She's never wanted one. But suddenly put it in her mouth and wouldn't let it go. Finally got it off her today and have hidden it!! She's not starting that at 21 months old! How strange!
    When Chelsea found a dummy for the first time after a long time without using it, she kept putting it in her ear!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissXamA View Post
    When Chelsea found a dummy for the first time after a long time without using it, she kept putting it in her ear!!!
    Ha ha ha. Well that's better than her mouth I think! So funny.

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    Lovely photos, Toni. River has long hair!

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    Does anyone know if there is a decongestant that's safe to use in pregnancy? I'm so congested, can't breathe through my nose when I sleep, which I hate.
    Any ideas please, J?
    Thanks!

    Hope everyone had a good weekend. We went camping. I am officially shattered. Lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bond Girl View Post
    Does anyone know if there is a decongestant that's safe to use in pregnancy? I'm so congested, can't breathe through my nose when I sleep, which I hate.
    Any ideas please, J?
    Thanks!

    Hope everyone had a good weekend. We went camping. I am officially shattered. Lol.
    A decongestant nasal spray is fine for short-term use. Most have oxymetazoline in them, eg. Otrivin nasal spray. They are fantastic...2-3 squirts up each nostril, and you can breathe again!! They are fine in pregnancy.
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