Mini - yes it is hard to believe, up until Evie turned 1 I use to think god there goes another month, couldn't believe it when she had her 1st birthday, where did my little baby go! She was 14 mths yesterday.
JFB - decisions decisions..I hate making them when it's hard. How good would a cleaning lady be though! Love your new little tikka.
Amum - how is Kade?
We were vomit free today so hoping life will return to normal now. I spent yesterday and today washing & cleaning everything, have done Evie's highchair twice with disinfectant and eucalyptus oil and it still smells.
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21-09-2011 20:17 #131
22-09-2011 05:42 #132
Oh Kismet vomit is the worst. I really feel for you. And they are so little they have no control and just vomit everywhere. I hope Evie is over the worst of it
Mini I know what your saying. Wait til Jaye is up and walking around and talking. I just look at Ruby and can't believe my little baby isn't a baby anymore. How quick the time goes. It makes me really look forward to having a tiny newborn again. 24 weeks for me this week. Still can't believe it!
Ruby is still sick but over the worst of it. Just sounds horrible now. The first night of her fever was scary though. I've never seen her so quiet!
Looking forward to the weekend. We are going to Barwon Heads for the weekend for my birthday. Will be so nice to get away. And will probably be our last holiday for about...10 years!
22-09-2011 08:40 #133
Kismet - Kade is so much better, he only has a tiny cough now and seems to be getting back to his normal "naughty" self. Yesterday i found him STANDING UP on the ottoman...holy cow he keeps me on my toes. Glad to hear you had a vomit free day.....it is very tiring isn't.
Kel - Your pregnancy is going so fast. I think it does when you are on your 2nd, 3rd etc....you are so busy with your other children it just seems to fly.
I'm going over to FB to see when your B'Day is as you didn't say when it was......
Nessie - How are you going? How is your precious mum
Hello to all of our lovely preggers mummy's and everyone else...hope you all have a great day
22-09-2011 12:18 #134
Hi gorgeous girls
I feel like I'm living in a nightmare ATM my poor Mum just doesn't want to let go, it is heartbreaking. She has been unconscious since Monday night & on morphine since then. She gets very close to going & then decides not yet. I have been by her bed since Monday & have just come home to shower etc. Really hoping this ends for all of us soon. She is so frail.
Love to you all.
22-09-2011 12:31 #135
Nessie - Oh hun i'm sorry to hear you are still living in the nightmare.......your goergeous mum sure is a fighter......she is probably waiting for your dad to come and collect her
Thinking of you and your family xxxxxxxx
22-09-2011 12:46 #136
Im sorry Nessie, it must be so difficult for you all
22-09-2011 13:01 #137
Oh Nessie - how terrible for all of you. I hope she finds peace soon. Have you thought of giving her permission to go?? Telling her that it will be ok, and that you will all be ok, but miss her dearly?? All my thoughts and energy are coming your way honey. xxx
22-09-2011 13:45 #138
Sonja/Kismet - No, I don't think Talipes is hereditary... and no I'm not very small (and certainly there's lots of room to move at present so can't blame the 'tight' environment). They did say that it's a sign of potential chromosomal abnormalities so I'm SO SO glad I did the amnio now!! I'm not really that stressed about it. I'm a physio and have seen a few go really well (I don't generally do paed's). I'd be worried if I were poor and living in a 3rd world country but he should do ok here. If that's his only problem then I think we're still blessed with our little miracle!
BK - boys names - I like Harry, Tom, Sam, Aaron,.... lots of the classics. None really excite me - just pick one and go with it I reckon. Girls names different story!
Lochnessie - so sorry to hear about your mum - hang in there, I've been there too and it's not fun. She knows you love her and that's what counts
Amum - poor Kade... good he's on the mend! I suspect Nathan had whooping cough despite vaccinations (it's possible apparently), but didn't bother with swabbing for it as he was already on the mend. These little guys are tough, thank goodness!
Alittleray - poor amberley, and poor you too! - sounds like the elimination diet that I had to do whilst BF'ing and N had failure to thrive with unknown allergies/problems... Lots of white rice, digestive biscuits and hommus. But I was allowed at least wheat! Good luck with it all, I hope you've got some good dieticians to help you...
JFB - wow, lots of decisions to make for you... go the cleaner though... and don't work too hard - Hope Harry is continuing to have better night sleeps.... How's your pregnancy going?
AFM - big developments - we've bought a house which I'm happy with - DH less happy cause the 2 boys will have to share a room. I think that's fine?? Our house getting closer to being sold - just may not get quite what we originally wanted for it, but I'd imagine that's normal?
Also tried toilet training with the 3 day method this week - disaster! He pee'ed every 5 frickin minutes about 2 mls so nothing went in the loo, only down my leg, so there wasn't much positive reinforcement going on?? Nathan was STRESSED out with the whole thing and ended up with a temp. 39 degrees by day 2 and we quit.
Too early do you think??? I'll try again when I get the strength!! (or my DH at least does day 1 whilst I go to work!). Any comments/suggestions most welcome!!
Hi to everyone else too...
22-09-2011 16:57 #139Senior Member
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nessie: it sounds truly so stressful and just painful for you and your mum, im hoping she isnt in any pain, so sorry that you are having to endure this and wish i could say something to make it all better
mum4nay: going ok i guess..who knows? i have ob appt next week friday so will get a scan then i guess, ive been MORE nervous since i had the scan, most ppl anxiety goes down mine has gone up . my skin is bad and it was fine with harry but it was bad too for the m/c pg in 2009 and i think thats playing on my mind just dying to get past the 12wk scan (der)....gee i really like the name Harry too!!!! tom is also another one i like. i have no problems if anyone wnats to use Harry, its a GREAT name! good thing about buying a house, god its stressful enuf without kids let alome
bbl..harry is here.
22-09-2011 18:18 #140
JFB - my skin was ****E when I was early in pregnancy, but excellent all the way through with Spencer. Just a different reaction. Ooooh - Friday - come around faster I say!!
M4N - Probably a good idea to stop!! If it was stressing him out then it defeats the purpose i think!! Hope he is ok now and no temp.
Nessie - still thinking of you honey. xx Sorry if the previous post seemed odd. I have heard of this being something which allows the person to let go. Your mum is holding on for something. I hope she is as comfy as she can be.
Amum - how's Kade going?
Kismet - hope the vomiting has ceased and Evie is back to her usual self.
AFU - S had a not so great night last night - awake for a couple of hours until he would go back down. Worked it out this morning when he had a fever of 38.7. Nurofen, my best friend surfaced and he was much better, and then later in the day i saw some yellow pus from his ear. Poor guy was off to the doctors in a flash and now on antibiotics. She didn't even look in the ear as you could see the pus coming out of it, and I am assuming it's a burst eardrum, but no definite diagnosis. He was still in a good mood though, while the nurofen and panadol were working. Once they start wearing off, he is a bit clingy and teary, but he is a tough little nugget. We still managed to go for a walk around the block with his lawn mower (me carrying him for half the distance of course!!), so hoping he'll be better tomorrow after a good sleep. DH is sick also, so hoping I don't get the lurgy, but who knows in this household!!
Doing my best to get organised for the baby coming. I guess having most of the stuff helps, but I really need to organise a car seat or capsule.
For those who have more than one, do you recommend capsule or car seat for the second?? We used a reverse carseat for s, so we could use that, and get him a bigger boy seat, or the pram I am borrowing is a travel system. The people we are borrowing off didn't have the capsule, but I could buy one. Just not sure if it is a waste of money. Is it worth it for the ease of not waking the baby if we will be in and out of the car with S for kindergym etc??? Thoughts would be appreciated!!
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