Jfb. Ruby went through a little biting faze, she did grow out of it though. I'm regards to discipline we find NO doesn't work, she just wants to do it more. We tell her no and if she does it again she goes to her room. She always does it again so she goes in her cot alone for a few minutes. When I go back in I look her in the eye and tell her you don't do blah blah... And ask her to say sorry mummy before she gets out. We then move on and do something fun. Sometimes though weve had to repeat the whe thing a few times. But she stops the bad behavior in the end. If its bad behavior like yelling (she yells at the top of her voice, mostly with joy lol) we try and completely ignore it so she's not getting any attention from it
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01-02-2012 09:57 #1101
01-02-2012 10:43 #1102Senior Member
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thanks BK, i will give that a go.
01-02-2012 12:00 #1103
Thanks everyone. Funny enough I'm ok with the lack of sleep. I think you just accept it more second time around. I would love more sleep, but am more concerned about Henry being so uncomfortable
JFB. You will be so uncomfortable by the end of your preg you will be prepared for the sleepless nights again. And second time around you DO know there is light at the end of the tunnel!
01-02-2012 12:26 #1104Senior Member
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BK: ive been uncomfortable since i hit 25wks....last night couldnt breathe again....so annoying, i feel so jipped as last time i dont think that happened til 32 wks etc...i think i had 3-4 hours sleep last night....sometimes i dont know if im awake or asleep now.... yes i agree i know there is light at the end of the tunnel...actually ive been progressively working myself into a bit a dread TBH about sleepless nights and omg how will i cope and its will be so hard etc....and doubts about how i will cope etc...i need to stop thinking.
01-02-2012 12:42 #1105
JFB I was about to say exactly the same thing - I think the dread is the worst part. Once the baby arrives yep there are tough days and the exhaustion is hard (and I've found gets harder as the baby gets older) but you will cope and when the exhaustion gets too much you'll do something to make things change and you survive. I look back on the last year and tbh have no idea how we got through it was such a blur at times but we did. You will too
01-02-2012 16:23 #1106
JFB, easier said than done, but yep, stop thinking! We are our own worst enemies sometimes. You will get through, you will always find a way and then you'll look back and think "how did I do that?" but you did, and that's because us women are bl**dy amazing creatures! (and of course why we have the babies and not men)
BK, despite your sleep deprivation, you sound like you're finding a way to cope. Hope you get some help from MCHN and doc tomorrow to help little Henry.
Kismet, how's Evie doing?
Nessie, a natural miracle maybe???. wouldn't that just be wonderful. Anymore HPT results?
Sonja, hope Scarlett's day at preschool goes better tomorrow.
I've put Amberly into daycare 1 day a week just so she won't be too clingy and distressed when having to be without mum and dad... and for some socialisation with other bubs. Funnily enough, she's just fine, I'm the one in tears every time I leave her. I hope it gets easier cause I just want to pull her out cause I'm such a sook. I'm hopeless
Amum, I hope you're wrong about Kade and he settles into daycare just fine.
AFM, scan yesterday showed 5 follies on the left ranging from 16-20, 1 on the right sized 19 and two littlies at 12 & 13 which probably won't catch up... and my lining is good at 9. So, we're all set for EPU on Friday. A few less follies than last time, but still looking good. Roll on Friday. It will be a day 3 transfer on Monday all going well. Hurry up already!!!... seems to be taking forever this cycle and I've been such a tired bunny this time round. zzzzzzzz Think you might be right Kismet... it must be the drugs playing havoc with my hormones
JFB, Amberly's eczema is actually subsiding and hardly noticeable anymore. She gets just a little behind her knees and on her wrists where she sucks her skin sometimes, but her skin has normalised and it's bliss. We are back at Paed Allergy specialist in April for a re-test and I'm praying some of her allergies may have gone . It's been challening finding things to make with so many allergies. Still trying to figure out how to make her birthday cake without egg, wheat, dairy and soy .
Hope everyone else is going well.
01-02-2012 19:23 #1107
Alittle sounds like you have some beautiful follies growing, no wonder you are so tired. GOODLUCK for Friday
Sonja how have the kids settled since your holiday? I found Ash very unsettled for about a week when we came home.
JFB I'm sure you will cope fine. We will be here for you when you need to vent
I have to agree that it is a bit daunting, I couldn't imagine how I would do it. I struggle ATM with one!!!
Kel I guess 2nd time you do know that there is light at the end of the tunnel, which would make it less stressful. I'm sure the worry would be half of what we worried about with our first bubs.
Still no AF, I haven't done another HPT, will do tomorrow. DR google thinks that melatonin may have something to do with it. It can delay AF & effect ovulation, I'm thinking this can't be that good for you, so no more for me.
01-02-2012 19:31 #1108
Goodluck Nessie and alittle
JFB. I was petrified with two also, still am a bit, but you just do it, take it a day at a time and all of a sudden it feels normal
Hi to everyone else. Sorry I can't respond to everyone. Limited time of course, and always from my phone so I can't see previous posts
Well MCHN also thinks reflux, seeing gp tomorrow. He's started chucking and screaming at every feed. Good news is he is still thriving and has put on 1kg in the last two weeks!! So at 4 weeks he is weighing in at 5.6kgs! So I guess all those overnight two hour feeds are worth it in the end. Loving my little man xxx
01-02-2012 20:12 #1109
WOW Kel go the (.)(.) Henry really is thriving, not good about his reflux
01-02-2012 21:09 #1110
Jfb - I agree. Once you get the second little tacker you just deal with it! Good days and bad days, but overall you can only do your best. My mil reminded me that they won't remember the details as they are so young. As long as the kids know they are loved and they are fed and safe, that is the goal.
Alittle - good luck for Friday. Enjoy being jab free tomorrow. If I get around to it I'll ask my friend if she had a recipe for a cake or similar for her son who had the same allergies.
Kel - so glad they are thinking there is a reason. Reflux always sounds terrible. Poor little guy, but yay for your super boobs!
Afu - I hired a pump today, so am starting to express. Hope we can get Archie on ebm now and then. Have a quiz night in February, do would be nice to go out bub free. We are also going to Melbourne for GP and will be nice to go out for a couple of dinners.
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