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    We won't be using shows for a little while.

    I've been exposed to measles :/ freaking out a bit!

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    K's soft ones just fall apart and she hardly walks in them. I might get a combo and see how she goes. She hates shoes lol

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    I would use soft/flexible light weight shoes until bub is walking well.
    they can balance better and it has something to do with the natural shape/development of their feet.

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    Mr Ling is a north qld feral so he hardly wears shoes :P his first pair were soft soled but all his shoes since then are hard soled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamasupial View Post

    I've been exposed to measles :/ freaking out a bit!
    Hope you are all ok xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by wobblermummy View Post
    Hope you are all ok xx
    Thanks wobbler. It's very scary considering how easy it could speed at my workplace. Possum even has the cold like symptoms. This morning I woke with a sore throat. I barely slept last night. I had s dream I gave birth at 20 weeks. It was awful.

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    Dd wore hard soles from the beginning.

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    Hello. Long time no post. How is everyone? It's been so long I've actually forgotten who some of you are *blush*.

    My little miss is nearly 7.5 months old. How time flies. There's no way I'm going to catch up on 66 pages quickly, so hopefully I'll get the gist. If you feel so inclined, please post a quick summary for me.

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    @Funchu - I *think* I remember you...

    In summary: babies. Pregnancies. Stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Funchu View Post
    Hello. Long time no post. How is everyone? It's been so long I've actually forgotten who some of you are *blush*.

    My little miss is nearly 7.5 months old. How time flies. There's no way I'm going to catch up on 66 pages quickly, so hopefully I'll get the gist. If you feel so inclined, please post a quick summary for me.

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    Welcome back! Gosh 7.5 months!! How?

    DD is almost 18 months now. I think we are teething! Belly Bub is 16 weeks!

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