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    In ED again. DS has a rash that won't blanch...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olive Oil View Post
    In ED again. DS has a rash that won't blanch...
    Hope he's ok xx

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    He's fine. Baffled the Drs somewhat but looks like a lost viral rash. We were there until 3.30am.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olive Oil View Post
    He's fine. Baffled the Drs somewhat but looks like a lost viral rash. We were there until 3.30am.
    Glad he's ok. Hope you can all catch up on some rest now.

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    exhausted from trying to be ok & trying really hard to not think about the CAT team's recommendation for either another hospitalisation or APARC admission to stabilise things again even knowing that I am going to be pressured for an answer in the morning

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    I am sitting on a plane getting ready to head home from Sydney. What a weekend. Saw the wonderful witches of Wicked with the SSO at the Opera House, climbed the bridge, ice skated at Bondi, visited Taronga Zoo, went to Manly and walked close to 50km over the course of the weekend.

    I am also exhausted!

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    I am hoping that the $300 I just shelled out for a 'fake' babyzen yoyo Pram is worth it the real version is $700 (no way in hell I would pay that for a second Pram) and the Chinese copy looks identical on eBay. I don't expect the same quality of course but as long as the main features are similar it'll do. Fingers crossed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gingermillie View Post
    I am hoping that the $300 I just shelled out for a 'fake' babyzen yoyo Pram is worth it the real version is $700 (no way in hell I would pay that for a second Pram) and the Chinese copy looks identical on eBay. I don't expect the same quality of course but as long as the main features are similar it'll do. Fingers crossed!
    Be careful as the safety features probably aren't as good as the original.

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    In bed fairly early for the first time in ages. My DD3 (4.5 months) is asleep next to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR03 View Post
    Be careful as the safety features probably aren't as good as the original.
    Yeah that is the one thing I worried about. I'll get DH to check all the catches hinges harness etc luckily it's returnable if it's crap. But $300 is still pretty expensive IMO so hopefully it does the job.


 

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