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    Welcome back !!!!!😊

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    Welcome back @Waggers70 😃

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    Welcome back! I used to see you around in either the November 2012 due group or maybe an IVF due group? Sorry to hear about the split from your partner... I hope things are looking up for you!

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    Welcome back. Slightly stalkerish but I've often wondered how you are.

    onwards and upwards from here. All the best.

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    Nice to see you back! Is your little one sleeping better now too?

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    Welcome back, I was only just thinking about a few days ago.

    I'm sorry about your separation however from what I remember about your situation I think you will thrive.

    Does your little boy sleep better now?

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    So nice to see you all!

    I'm actually working full time now so DS is in long daycare 4 days a week. I do feel bad about it but I also need to support us as exDH can't contribute (he's just not really capable). DS is still a crappy sleeper and even worse at eating - how did I get a child who won't eat any form of meat? It's frustrating - before the split DS was so stressed he virtually didn't eat at all and lost a lot of weight. At least he looks better now though he is still iron deficient, the only food he'll eat with iron is fruit loops And we still struggle mightily with constipation. Daily movicol and a lot of fruit help but the main problem is he just hates going " no mummy, don't let the poo out" is unfortunately a common phrase

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    Don't feel guilty about working full time and daycare. As your boy grows he will now that you have stood up and taken on the responsibility of looking after him and providing for him.

    As for eating join the club! There's quite a few of us with similar aged children who are shocking eaters (had a little grumble about this myself last night!). Has he been checked for any medical issues that could be causing his eating issues?

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    Hi! From one single mummy to another, you can do it!

    Also - my DD also suffers from constipation and i ended up getting lactulose recommended by the pediatrician. She's so stubborn/afraid of it hurting so i also do a reward chart for sitting on the toilet and doing poos.


 

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