JFB, so glad you've got yourself a dryer. You've done amazingly well to survive without one up until now. Just be wary of what baby items you put in there. I was very frustrated to find that alot of baby stuff says not to tumble dry . I now have a small fold out clothes line set up in the bathroom for some of Amberly's stuff, but the dryer is awesome for all the other washing, especially when you fall so far behind... if you're lucky you can pop the first load of washing in the dryer and and have it dried before the second load of washing is finished.
E sounds like a little sweetie who has already developed quite a little personality.
Another huge "wrap me up" fan here. Amberly loved sleeping in them and they were fantastic when she had eczema - great way to prevent her from scratching herself whilst sleeping.
Fiona, hope you feel better soon. Who knows, you're dreaming may be a preminition.....just under 2 weeks now isn't it. Very exciting,
Kismet, want to see that mivie, but thinking I'll have to do it without DH. Did you go on your own? Thinking I might just head off on my own when A is in Daycare on Wednesday.
Grace, you have the patience of Job. Can't believe you have spent that much time in hospital. Not too much longer now.
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12-06-2012 21:59 #811
13-06-2012 06:31 #812Senior Member
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kismet: u were right about the mylanta...E just spat it out. i got infant gaviscon and i think i have seen improvement already, hardly any writhing or little spews since. thanks.
alittle: i have a couple of fold outs as we used to dry stuff in front of the combustion fire we have which worked a treat....r u still working in the daycare.
BBL, e awake.....cant complain she slept for 5 hrs then feed then alseep for another 3 hrs.
13-06-2012 16:39 #813
Oh ladies I am so miserably sick!
i have been willing bubba to hurry up but now I'm willing him to stay in until I am better! What terrible timing to have a flemy hacking cough
13-06-2012 16:45 #814
JFB, not working in Daycare... I had to do 140hrs in a Centre as part of my studies, so have finished those and am back to being a SAHM. All going well, I'm hoping to pick up some admin work that I can do from home soon.
13-06-2012 17:01 #815
Fiona look after yourself I was really sick with bronchitis when I had lucy (DD1) and it wasn't a great way to go into labour. Hopefully you can throw this before your little bundle arrives
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14-06-2012 13:05 #816
Fiona - hope you're not sick for long, spend as much time in bed as you can.
Alittle - I did just that, dropped Evie to daycare and went to the movies and still had time to do most of what I needed to do before picking her up, planning on doing that more often . How do you get onto doing admin work from home, I've thought about it but not sure how to go about it and who to tarket, have you advertised your services?
AFU - can not stop being a pig...daycare sent home fundraising chocy's and guess who can't keep my hands off them!
14-06-2012 14:55 #817
I have just seen this thread come up in the side bar. I'm 35 and due in December with #2. Is this specifically an IVF thread or is it for 35+ parents in general?
I havent used IVF but would love to chat with you all and wish you all the best with your pregnancies
14-06-2012 14:59 #818
Not sure if you have heard but Spot lost her precious baby girl yesterday....cannot write anymore, just can't believe it....what f&&^%ing kind of god is there to let this happen to such a beautiful mummy - again....
14-06-2012 18:14 #819
Amum oh no oh no oh no!
I don't know what to say because there are simply no words significant enough in these circumstances.
Spot you are in my thoughts and in my heart, which is breaking for you and your DH. I am just so sorry
14-06-2012 18:34 #820
Sh!t. Spot. My thoughts are with you. This is just so incomparably sad and unfair. I am just SO sad right now. You have been through so much. I have no words...
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