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    Quote Originally Posted by Peedypie View Post
    We really struggle with names! I work at a Children's Court so we see all the naughty kids come through, especially boys. Plus hubby and I have quite different tastes. There is one name so far that we both like but we want some backups in case he comes out looking like he doesn't suit the name.
    Hahahaha, my partner is a police officer and is the same as you. I work in childcare so I see lots of naughty names everyday (Lots of J names for boys!). The name we've chosen is pretty uncommon and I'm hoping she won't be one of several in her class one day (which is why we opted against the top ten name we had been planning to use!)

    We've been calling my bump by her name like we did with DS, which really helps us get used to it and get used to the fact that in 5 months we will have a sweet little baby girl in our arms!

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    We have a name also, fairly certain about it but it won't be "his" name until he's officially arrived. I don't feel comfortable naming him before I've met him. But I totally get why people do.

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    Sorry ladies, I have to blurt... Today was the hardest day of my life. My dd had surgery on her eyes. I don't think I've ever been so emotionally exhausted.. Just so relieved it's over. We knew at 6days old she would need surgery and finally 22months later it's finally happened! Ahhhh blurt done...

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    Oh mona, blurt away!! That must have been so stressful for you. I'm so glad you've all come out the other end okay xx

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    Mona that's awful. Wishing her a speedy recovery. Hopefully you get some time today to destress and relax a little. X

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    Arg I've got a cold and I feel like death! I miss proper pharmaceuticals! 😷 I've got my room heater, humidifier and pawpaw and I've just taken two panadol for the sore throat and headache. Poor hubby is sleeping in the spare room because I kept him awake last night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peedypie View Post
    Arg I've got a cold and I feel like death! I miss proper pharmaceuticals! 😷 I've got my room heater, humidifier and pawpaw and I've just taken two panadol for the sore throat and headache. Poor hubby is sleeping in the spare room because I kept him awake last night.

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    Take it easy and rest heaps. I got a bad cold a few weeks ago so spent the next 3 days just watching tv, sleeping and drinking lots of lemon and honey tea. The cold was pretty much gone at the end of the 3 days so it really helps to relax and give your body time to fight the cold. I'm someone who usually doesn't stop when they get sick and so I usually takes weeks and weeks to get better, but this time I thought I better do something different since I have someone else to look after now!

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    Thanks Gypsychild. I'm the same- i usually push through but I have asthma which is not well controlled at the moment either which could harm bubs. Although he seems fine- he's moving around all over the place!

    I'm so cranky and emotional that I'm trying to avoid hubby so I don't take it out on him.

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    Oh I'm sorry that sucks. There's really no miracle cure unfortunately. Keep on the panadol, don't even be slightly concerned about ramifications. It's been THOROUGHLY tested. Rest and hydrate, that's all you can do. Minimum 2L a day. No caffeine.

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    Lots of vitamins. I make a kale and leek soup with chicken stock and broccoli for when I need to feel healthier and like I'm nourishing my body


 

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