Sooo I have a question for all the mummas out there- how do you put your newborn down to sleep if they have fallen asleep on you???? I wait until he goes into a deeper sleep but he wakes about 3mins after I put him down.....? Any suggestions?
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30-03-2013 14:25 #125
As far as I know we are only online atm. I haven't been on this thread for a few weeks and it went quiet a little while back but it's good to see everyone back chatting.
I can't remember what everyone's stats are and would love to refresh instead of going back over this whole thread....
I'm in Hoppers/Tarneit, have an 8 month old DD and a 13 yo DS.
Hope you are enjoying this long weekend
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30-03-2013 15:09 #126
I'm in Altona, nearly 36yrs old with a 19mth & 4wk old DS.
Single mummy since I was 4mths pregnant with DS2, thanks to exDH having an affair. If any of you know any nice guys this side of town that wouldn't run a mile with 2 under 2, send them my way
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31-03-2013 17:36 #128
Hi lovely ladies!!
Im a married 29year old... Im 17weeks along on this crazy road..
I live in Wyndham Vale and work full time, my family live a little bit away so its kinda hard to really talk to them...
Would be really good to chat to and maybe meet up with some ladies in the area.
Im due in sep on the 10th... Planning on having to baby down at Geelong as it was where my husband was born!
cant wait to meet the bubs and make friends!!!
31-03-2013 19:28 #129
Welcome greery and babehmumma.
I am 26yrs with a nearly 4yr old DD and 31weeks pregnant with number 2. I have just recently moved to Williams Landing. happy to meet up with others but feeling pretty exhausted these days so don't venture much further than coffee and shops.
02-04-2013 17:16 #130
So excited! Werribee mercy had a cancellation so are taking me as a late patient for maternity care. it means I don't have to drive 50km each way anymore. I had my first appt with them today and they were wonderful. Spent over an hour with me, there was no wait time, the ward rooms are double bed single occupancy rooms (this is public care too) so DH can stay with me overnight and they are are completely supportive of elective c section or Vbac and have told me I don't need to decide until I am ready.
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