Thanks! So excited to have almost made it.... Job hunting SUCKS! I have applied for close to 50 jobs and nothing... Such a tough market at the moment
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04-06-2013 13:09 #301
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04-06-2013 14:06 #303
Fingers crossed it's not PE Toni. Good thing your OB is on the case though.
Thinking Of you in 45 mins MrsLA.
That quilt is beautiful Smurfy!!!
Re MCNs, dry Pailing is advised (squirting off any solids though) and washing around 40 degrees. I think you can use just a bit of regular detergent, but Eco detergent is best. Only a small amount or it can clog the nappy up.
I bought some detergent from cushie tushies for MCNs.
Dry in sun where possible to get rid of stains/bacteria!!!
04-06-2013 14:34 #304
Thanks ladies. I will order some from cushie tushie.
Smurfy he is doing really well sleeping and feeding is coming along. I am adjusting to the lack of sleep. Trying to rest as much as possible to help with the recovery from c section. My mil has stayed a couple of times to help settle him and night after feeds which has been awesome as I have been able to get a block or two of two hours sleep. Okay he is awake and ready for a feed x
04-06-2013 14:36 #305
Ps any ideas re drying mcn in melbourne weather? Can't say there is much sun.
04-06-2013 14:37 #306
Good luck with job hunting mcb. I hope you pick up some contract work soon
04-06-2013 14:46 #307
04-06-2013 14:51 #308
Sage - when DD was still in nappies I used to rinse the nappies at the end of each day (obviously the ones with BM Id rinse straight away!) and let them dry overnight then pop in the nappy pail. I used to put a piece of cloth pegged inside the pail with a little bit of essential oils just to hide the "smell" then every couple of days do a wash. I just used the "Earths Choice" Sensitive liquid (but only a 1/2 amount to what I would use for clothes) and a little splash of Dettol Sanitising rinse to each load. Every now and then (maybe every couple of months?) when it was nice sunny weather I would do a strip wash with Rockin' Green to get rid of any build up of detergents of smells. That process always kept DDs mcns in excellent condition and Ill do the same with this bubs.
04-06-2013 14:54 #309
Oh and yes, a clothes airer in front of a heater / fire will work just fine in winter. We cant dry outside in winter here either (Im in Adelaide).
04-06-2013 15:04 #310
Will catch up on personals when I get home. Just a quick stop to say bubs is totally fine 😃
Huge thank you to you all for all your support xo
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