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    I am going to make more of an effort to engage on here after reading some of the replies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Purple Poppy View Post
    As part of the "I am" thread this is. I am wondering if there is a section about school age children and how to navigate that minefield?
    Alot of us are out of the baby stage and I am looking forward to the day I am out of the toddler stage, now I have a new hurdle of primary school and all those emotions!
    Any one else in this area as well?
    I'm still years away from the school age stage, but I would love to see a section like this. A teenage section would be awesome too. I like reading about all developmental stages, even if it doesn't specifically apply to my situation

    ETA: didn't read all replies Apparently the school age section exists already. Coolio!

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    I am also feeling light headed. Again. Seems to be more often than not recently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moxy View Post
    I am also feeling light headed. Again. Seems to be more often than not recently.
    Low in iron?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moxy View Post
    I am going to make more of an effort to engage on here after reading some of the replies.
    I am going to do the same :-)

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    I am feeling like a I have newborn again and my youngest is nearly 6.

    DD had her tonsils out on Friday and last night she woke in pain at 12.00, 2.45, 4.45 and 6.30. I am shattered!

    So Mumma's of newborns, hats off to you, I'd totally forgotten how debilitating it is being so tired.

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    Default I am.....#18

    Quote Originally Posted by GirlsRock View Post
    I am feeling like a I have newborn again and my youngest is nearly 6.

    DD had her tonsils out on Friday and last night she woke in pain at 12.00, 2.45, 4.45 and 6.30. I am shattered!

    So Mumma's of newborns, hats off to you, I'd totally forgotten how debilitating it is being so tired.
    My kids were doing the same. It gets better after the first week, I promise! If you can do nurofen and Panadol (Panadol every 4 hours and nurofen every six), it really helped with my 2. I actually set an alarm on my phone so I would forget.

    Eta: I was lucky and had DH home for the whole recovery (teacher-school holidays) and we set up the fold out bed in the lounge that dd and I slept on and he slept in our bed with ds. Sometimes all they needed was a cuddle and they would go back to sleep.
    Last edited by Happymum2; 11-10-2016 at 15:15.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moxy View Post
    I am also feeling light headed. Again. Seems to be more often than not recently.
    Low blood pressure ?

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    I am... shocked i have more than 1000 posts! I didn't realise, and only noticed when i started getting new threads showing. Levelling up!

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    Sorry to rehash things if the moment has gone.
    I'm not sure if I'd be considered a regular or a drifter. I read a lot of threads but a lot of the time I won't contribute if it's turning debate-y. I am personally not interested in debating with people as it makes me anxious so I tend to leave those threads alone as I want my time on BH to be fun not stressful. Sometimes I write responses then delete them. I can be a bit sensitive so something might upset me for some time (eg if I got 'attacked' for something I said or even just a particularly negative comment) so it's better for my wellbeing just to read rather than put myself out there and contribute sometimes

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