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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnygirl79 View Post
    I am pretty sure DS2 has some sort of internal clock that makes him not only awake but fully wired at 2am every night. I don't think there is a 2am I haven't seen since he we born.

    2am sucks.
    I'm up. Fun times. And DS is loudly stirring.... again. Its a long night. Hope your DS settles quickly tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinklify View Post
    I'm up. Fun times. And DS is loudly stirring.... again. Its a long night. Hope your DS settles quickly tonight.
    Thanks - sorry you're up too. Loud little suckers aren't they. DS gets the farts big time this time of night. What is with that? 2am flatulence. Probably what's waking him up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnygirl79 View Post
    Thanks - sorry you're up too. Loud little suckers aren't they. DS gets the farts big time this time of night. What is with that? 2am flatulence. Probably what's waking him up!
    DD for the last 2 nights did big vomits at this time lol. Maybe overindulgement just sits heavy in their belly/digestive tract and rears up at 2am lol.

    Have you maybe tried some infants friend at night cluster feeding time? If it is wind waking him up then maybe that can help?

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    I am overhearing a phone conversation between my mum and aunt.

    They started talking about how I am coping with having 2 kids... interesting to overhear...

    ETA. Aaaaaaand it looks like my mum is heading back to help with my grandmother. Guess I know my place in everyone's priority list. With my uncle and aunt who are too stubborn to get proper care for mt grandmother (which is available btw) my aunt tried to pick up my grandmother and has now most likely slipped a disc. And my uncle is too embarrassed to do anything to look after my grandmother. And they refuse to have a home nurse to help out. So they call mum. Who originally agreed to help me since DH has to go back to work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by twinklify View Post
    DD for the last 2 nights did big vomits at this time lol. Maybe overindulgement just sits heavy in their belly/digestive tract and rears up at 2am lol.

    Have you maybe tried some infants friend at night cluster feeding time? If it is wind waking him up then maybe that can help?
    I'm 50/50 on infants friend. Not sure if it's a load of BS/placebo. We did use it with DS1 but didn't seem to do much. Have our paed appt today so might ask her. He did seem a bit better last night, only about 15 mins of grunting and farting.

    DS2 is having a chucky day. Better pack a change of clothes for myself too!

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    Frustrated- the solicitor that has been recommended by the social worker here for the next court date won't return my multiple messages, and the social worker is supposedly coming to see me every day to work out what to do next and 3rd May court day seems to be coming up mighty fast. DHS also aren't returning my call regarding information they are meant to provide me with. And a final joy I want to see my psych to know whether i can have escorted leave on the weekend to watch ds play baseball (for those who have read my posts me even wanting to do this is a massive step in the right direction as i was avoiding engaging with him) but she doesn't want to see me as she has a cold she doesn't want to pass on to me and interrupt the ect course but until she assesses me herself she won't approve either leave or a transfer back to the less scary aparc where i can continue ect as an outpatient while working on the psychological stuff that still needs doing

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    Thinking I got up on the wrong side of the bed today!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pointless1 View Post
    Frustrated- the solicitor that has been recommended by the social worker here for the next court date won't return my multiple messages, and the social worker is supposedly coming to see me every day to work out what to do next and 3rd May court day seems to be coming up mighty fast. DHS also aren't returning my call regarding information they are meant to provide me with. And a final joy I want to see my psych to know whether i can have escorted leave on the weekend to watch ds play baseball (for those who have read my posts me even wanting to do this is a massive step in the right direction as i was avoiding engaging with him) but she doesn't want to see me as she has a cold she doesn't want to pass on to me and interrupt the ect course but until she assesses me herself she won't approve either leave or a transfer back to the less scary aparc where i can continue ect as an outpatient while working on the psychological stuff that still needs doing
    Hugs. What a PITA!

    Congrats of the huge step of wanting to go see your DS play baseball. I hope something on your list can be sorted/someone calls you back.

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    I am hungry again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnygirl79 View Post
    I am hungry again.
    Now that you mention it.... hope you get your DS down and can get back to sleep soon xx

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