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    Wow @Fi Poledancer that's a mammoth tagging effort!!

    One thing you will have to watch is the desire to punch your childless coworker in the face when they say they are tired after only getting 6 hours last night.

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    Haha everyone had such good advice I wanted to thank you all!!

    No Doz is a good idea!!! Although some of my clients will be drug and alcohol clients so I wonder if that would be unethical!? Haha

    No joke I was sleeping 10 hours a night when I was pregnant. I thought I'd never cope without sleep but I'm actually doing ok. Mostly. Haha.

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    Thought I'd update you all... baby was in a good patch until about a week before I started at 'work' (prac). Then he went through his worst patch EVER!!! At first I was coping quite well running on adrenaline but it got heaps harder. Loving the prac placement though it's mainly the drive that was killing me. Anyway we ended up going for a day stay at sleep school and we are currently sleep training him. He is doing amazing - self settling for most sleeps and sleeping 8-9 hour stretches at night, then going back to sleep again til 7am. So fricking GOOD not to be tired all the time, our routine is much more consistent. So it has been a good move for us. I'm sure we will still keep having to work hard at it but it's worth it - hasn't even involved that much crying

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