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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    oh pregnancy dreams are crazy aren't they!!



    I'm also concerned about how much hair seems to be coming out each time I wash it? I get pp hair loss but when does it stop? feeling like I'll be a bald anxious sleepless wreck soon. dh probably will want to leave me for someone else then!!!
    My DD is 1 in two weeks and i still lose heaps daily I have fuzzy new hair growth around my hairline which I hate too! I feel like it's never going to end. But I didn't start to lose it until DD was about 6 months whereas I know others started losing it earlier.

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    My shedding seemed to settle when I got my cycle back, post BF.

    But I agree - WTF is up with the fuzz?! It's so bizarre.

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    I was going to ask whether BF has any bearing on the hair loss? if so I'm tempted to stop

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    I stopped breastfeeding at 8 months and it hasn't made any difference

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    feeling really sad and down after the dream (nightmare!!) I had last night. dh and I had broken up and he was marrying someone else. I was there talking to him begging him please just don't marry her. and he was talking to me about it in this really calm, cool, logical way like he usually does, which hurt even more. shocking dream. weird how something not real can evoke real feelings.
    It's weird isn't it. I had a dream a few nights ago where I woke up almost in tears. It was one where I was still struggling to fall pregnant and I found out through another work colleague that my closest work friend was 8 weeks pregnant. The way I was told was like I was the last to know. I know it's not reality, but I was really upset when I woke up. Funny how a dream can evoke such strong feelings.

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    I am wondering what I can make with leftover BBQ chicken? Something refined sugar & grain free, healthy fat is ok, comfort food, minimal effort? The inclusion of Cheese will be highly regarded 😃

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR03 View Post
    I am wondering what I can make with leftover BBQ chicken? Something refined sugar & grain free, healthy fat is ok, comfort food, minimal effort? The inclusion of Cheese will be highly regarded 😃
    Chicken wrapped in lettuce rather than wrap? Thats all I have

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    @JR03 I would normally suggest something like fried rice.

    Otherwise chicken and salad with grated cheese on top

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR03 View Post
    I am wondering what I can make with leftover BBQ chicken? Something refined sugar & grain free, healthy fat is ok, comfort food, minimal effort? The inclusion of Cheese will be highly regarded
    Chicken jacket potatoes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BettyV View Post
    Chicken jacket potatoes?
    Yum we might be onto a winner here! I have kidney beans so may make a Mexican themed one 😃😃😃 thank you!

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