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    Quote Originally Posted by HearMeRoar View Post
    Is it 94.9? Although I think you're a bit too far away to get that. It's my fave station lol.
    I love this station for the way it plays b-side/more obscure tracks and all the 80's countdowns etc! My kids groan "not the old station, Muuuuuum"!

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    Wondering whether to try and get DS3 to either sleep inn his bassinet or beside me in bed AGAIN. Four failed attempts since midnight. Has taken an hour to get him back to sleep since my last attempt and we are in the recliner. Clock keeps ticking ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by binnielici View Post
    Wondering whether to try and get DS3 to either sleep inn his bassinet or beside me in bed AGAIN. Four failed attempts since midnight. Has taken an hour to get him back to sleep since my last attempt and we are in the recliner. Clock keeps ticking ....
    Can you feed to sleep in bed? I'm in bed feeding now... And LB has made a horrible poop sound lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamasupial View Post
    Can you feed to sleep in bed? I'm in bed feeding now... And LB has made a horrible poop sound lol
    Oh I hate when that happens! Tried to move didn't work so back in the recliner trying to settle him again.

    At the moment my let down is seriously strong which means he gets a lot of wind. So while we can lie down and feed he still needs to be upright after for a while. So it's easier just to feed in the recliner for now BUT then we have the issue of transitioning - some nights we manage but apparently not tonight. I'm going to have to let sleep go I think for tonight.

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    Yea I'm having a strong let down too. Changed her nappy then she vomited all over herself lol. Had to put her in a massive 000 singlet as a the 0000 are drying. I have heaps but she vomits on herself heaps.

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    Aaah the joys of newborns 🙄

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    @binnielici - have you tried infants friend or similar for wind? It was the only thing that helped DD and DS when younger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinklify View Post
    @binnielici - have you tried infants friend or similar for wind? It was the only thing that helped DD and DS when younger.
    No I haven't. Never occurred to me as I've never had this issue. I mean I have heard of it and even seen it but just not ever needed it. Will look into it today thanks! 😄

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    Quote Originally Posted by binnielici View Post
    No I haven't. Never occurred to me as I've never had this issue. I mean I have heard of it and even seen it but just not ever needed it. Will look into it today thanks! 😄
    Infants Friend was a god send with DS1! Definitely reccomend giving it a try

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    Wondering why the purple wiggle looks so different in his new segment? I can't pinpoint it.


 

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