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    Quote Originally Posted by GirlsRock View Post
    Oh yes, been there done that for exactly the same thing.

    It was a horrible experience. I think I shook for about an hour afterwards and all I could think was "oh god, imagine Mum's and Dad's who have sick kids and have to do this regularly'".

    It's just horrible.

    On the flip side, my previously grumpy, constantly ear infected kid, literally skipped out of the day procedure centre after her grommet operation. She was like a different kid.

    Good luck, I hope you calm down soon. xx
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    I was thinking about the parents who do this all the time too
    So glad to here they worked great for your DD, I've been hearing a few horror stories and was a bit worried. He is awake now and of course all he wanted was good hehe so back to normal!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Zeddie View Post
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    I was thinking about the parents who do this all the time too
    So glad to here they worked great for your DD, I've been hearing a few horror stories and was a bit worried. He is awake now and of course all he wanted was good hehe so back to normal!
    My daughter was nearly 2 when she got her grommets and the following couple of winters she still got ear infections, but no where near as many, maybe 2 for the entire winter, as opposed to ear infections every couple of weeks for months on end. Her personality improved out of sight too. Before her grommets she was really sooky and often seemed in a bad mood, but I guess when your ears are infected and your head feels like its going to explode that is how you would react. Both DH and I were blown away by how much cheerier she actually was on a day to day basis.
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    I am over morning sickness. I've never had it before. I'm 13+2 isn't it supposed to be over by now 😭

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    Trying not to laugh at DS. Currently he has a bandaid on each knee (yellow as per his request), one on a toe and one on his finger (he has an owie toe, splinter in his finger which he will not let us get out and gell over and his knees are owie).

    He cannot walk due to owie knees. Cannot do anything with his hand. So much drama lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by binnielici View Post
    I am over morning sickness. I've never had it before. I'm 13+2 isn't it supposed to be over by now 😭
    It is the pits. Mine eased up a bit at 18 weeks but I have had morning nausea every day this pregnancy.

    It will get better.

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    Looking forward to Netflix and chill later today when Fuller House is finally released.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Catzilla View Post
    Looking forward to Netflix and chill later today when Fuller House is finally released.
    Oh man, me too. I've been hanging out for it since it was announced. There are only 13 episodes so I reckon I'll be finished by Monday night... That's accounting for my 12hr day shift on Sunday getting in the way haha

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    I should also add I have the full house box set and it didn't take me long to watch it all...

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    Quote Originally Posted by M'LadyEm View Post
    Oh man, me too. I've been hanging out for it since it was announced. There are only 13 episodes so I reckon I'll be finished by Monday night... That's accounting for my 12hr day shift on Sunday getting in the way haha
    lol. I've just been offered a 7.5 hour shift at work tomorrow, which I've taken because we need the money. Will watch a few episodes tonight, and knock the rest off on Sunday.

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    Meeting someone today..... A total stranger. I'm petrified 😋 lets hope we get on. She has young kids too and her son has ASD. We seem to be clicking well. I'm so lonely on this god forsaken island.


 

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