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    Quote Originally Posted by HollyGolightly81 View Post
    Where to park your car? 😉
    On the lawn of course!!

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    Wow... Just wow. Poor guy.

    Come on ladies, there are real people on the other end of the keyboard. Be kind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlondeinBrisvegas View Post
    Don't play semantics with me Sonja!! I meant BF in general as you well know. Save the redirect examination for the courtroom hey??
    Ok you've lost me completely now.

    How is it semantics? You say you followed the guidelines re breastfeeding but you didn't. Not your fault (never said it was).

    Yet anyone who has their baby in the room for only a few weeks which is also not following the guidelines is negligent???

    Please please I'm really want to ditch Bubhub as threads like these hurt my brain but I am now genuinely confused how you can draw the distinction between guidelines for breastfeeding and sleeping location.

    Or is it only if you didn't have them in your room from day 1?

    And no I'm not being clever or tricky or anything. I've just been on a plane for 6 hours (apart from a stopover in Melbourne) and am incredibly tired.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HollyGolightly81 View Post
    Not sure if you saw my response on your other thread but I found the bednest invaluable and a lifesaver. Worth googling it or other 'co-sleepers.'
    Yeah I did thanks actually had a look at the arms reach co-sleeper today and we really liked it thanks a lot 😊

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    Closed so we can all take a breather, make a cuppa and kiss our kids.

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