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    Quote Originally Posted by pointless1 View Post
    and why?

    For me the stupid insomnia fairies have decided the past month or so that sleep is an optional extra in my life despite medication that should mean a decent sleep
    Me too, lots of medication and bugger all sleep! It sucks and I'm sorry you are going through this too.

    Please accept this virtual hug!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TaylorMade View Post
    I went to bed but now it's 11:30 and I'm too angry to sleep.
    Hope you are ok

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    Breastfeeding turned in to having to change baby twice, me shower, bedsheets changed for both bassinet and my bed... Argh. This popular brand of nappies is very unpopular in this household.

    I hope everyone is getting some rest!

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    Baby waking every 30 mins. 2.52am and have had no sleep. He is starting to reject his dummy and only want to sleep in my arms. He used to self settle in his bassinette

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    3 year old up and ready to go at 445am. ☺

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olive Oil View Post
    Breastfeeding turned in to having to change baby twice, me shower, bedsheets changed for both bassinet and my bed... Argh. This popular brand of nappies is very unpopular in this household.

    I hope everyone is getting some rest!
    I found Woolworths select nappies worked really well. Much better than some of the more well known and expensive ones. Sorry you had such a shi$$y night

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carpe diem 2013 View Post
    I found Woolworths select nappies worked really well. Much better than some of the more well known and expensive ones. Sorry you had such a shi$$y night
    Thank you, it's not so bad. She's just self settled (sorry Barnaby!)

    I'll give those ones a go

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    Quote Originally Posted by pointless1 View Post
    congrats on finishing the assignment Purple Poppy - I have one that is so far 2 weeks overdue & I haven't really started though the unit convenor is being really good about it due to my current situation. Poor toddler.

    Congratulations on your baby Reneebarry - NICU/SCN is hard (my DS spent 6 weeks in NICU & 5 in SCN). Any idea how long until you'll have your baby home with you?

    A mozzie just bit the bottom of my foot so the crazy itch is keeping me awake
    Thank you she's amazing
    So strong and such a lil fighter
    Wow that is a really long time how did you cope with that you poor thing. Maybe 3-4 weeks shes been In there for two and a bit already. They just took her off the caffeine and allege needs todo now is have all suck feeds and put on weight.


 

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