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    Quote Originally Posted by Bond Girl View Post
    Toni, yes work is pretty good thanks. I'm only doing 20 hrs a week which is perfect. DH has been taking care of the kids but he's starting work full time finally next week so I've got a couple of friends helping out with babysitting until my mum arrives in January to take over. Will avoid having to put Meadow into daycare until mid April when she goes back to the UK. Toby is at kindy so he's taken care of at least.

    I'm finding life incredibly stressful and hectic however....the house work is slipping!! And it'll only get worse next week! It's incredible that even with both of us at homes there arent enough hours in the day. Anyone else finding this?!!
    Also struggle with tiredness as Meadow wakes by 5am, or 4:30 some days, to start the day. Wish QLD had daylight savings!!!
    Yep I have found ever since starting work I never have enough time for everything. I worry next year when I work full time that my house will be a permanent dump

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    Long time no see. Hi everyone!

    Read back a few pages to catch up. Cute Santa photos. No way was Ava having a solo pic this year so dh and I feature in our pic.

    J I am thinking of you and wishing you all the best. Sorry you had to wean Lucy, I know how much feeding meant to you. 18mths is a great effort

    Bond yes I struggle with time and getting things done. I'm part time and dh is a shift worker and we still struggle to find time for jobs. I try to do bits and pieces throughout week but I'm feeling so exhausted with this time of the year.

    Ponytail congratulations! Lots of new babies on the way for 2015.

    Happy 1st Birthday to Aurora. Hope her party was a success. Well done on being 35w pregnant and hosting/catering for a party

    I will try to be around more often, I usually read along but never make time to post. We are good, 17mo now and she is one crazy and cheeky little girl.

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    OMG now I know what other mums meant when they struggled with morning sickness...this is completely awful. Kill me now! Everything is setting me off, noises, sounds even light!
    I had a bit with James but nothing like this! Currently taking blackmores morning sickness relief and attempting to rest (with a ten month old yeah right!), drinking lemon water, any other tips ladies? I'm literally stuck on the couch

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    Sorry to hear ponytail! Hopefully the morning sickness will get better soon!

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    Ponytail, ask your GP for a script for Zofran or the generic version which is cheaper. It is still pretty expensive but worked for me! Good to have it for the really bad times.
    Have you tried ginger tea or capsules?

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    Thanks bond I might have to do that! Yes the blackmores ones are ginger and vitamin b6 basically but not even taking the edge off

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    Oh you poor thing pony

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    Pony, I agree with Bond...the generic drug name of Zofran is "ondansetron". It comes in wafer form, so even if you are very nauseated, you can let it dissolve under your tongue. It is an extremely good anti-nausea medication. Definitely helped me with morning sickness. Your GP can write you a script, and it is no longer very expensive.

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    Hello lovely ladies!

    Becca- sorry to hear breastfeeding is coming to an end. I was said when I had to introduce formula at 8 months, finally fully stopping breastfeeding at 10.5 months. I'm hoping this bub will breastfeed better. A loved boobies and her milk but my milk just struggled once I became pregnant. big hugs

    pony- gosh I hope the MS settles soon!!

    J- sorry to hear you weaned Lucy, but 18 months is a sensational effort!!!

    Bond- I too wish QLD had daylight savings!! My housework isn't up to its previous standard as it gets hotter and I get bigger.

    Aurora had a great birthday party! 25 people ended up coming. A was very spoilt! I baked, cooked and cleaned for 2 days straight, I was exhausted.
    Im 36+1 today and feeling really good. Won't be long and bub will be here!

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    Thanks ladies I seem to be curbing it with salty sweet popcorn Iol I'm going to turn into popcorn if I eat much more lol
    I have my 8w appointment and scan Thursday very excited


 

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