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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow road View Post
    HCG was 33 today, so it's doubling in 32 hours or so.
    Excellent. When is next blood test? All sounds positive thus far.

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    Tuesday! Feeling quite nervous.

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    How exciting. How is Maja feeling?

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    Yay Rainbow! Fingers crossed for a sticky!

    Smurfy, sounds like your holiday was a bit tough with poor Sienna's teeth! Hope you indulged in plenty of onboard cocktails!

    Toni, loving your handiwork! Wish I had the patience and skill for something like that!

    Rebecca, loving the pic of cheeky Audrey!

    J, big hugs to you. Six months of chemotherapy. Wow. Sending you strength. How are the kids? Xo

    AFM- well Meadow is fine now. Rash and cough all gone. But it's one thing after another health wise for us this month. I now have a horrid throat infection. And Toby now has a double ear infection. Woke up screaming in pain during the night. We're usually a healthy family but not lately! I had 4 hrs broken sleep last night. But, at the end of the day nothing serious so I will stop complaining now

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    That's great Rainbow.

    Bond, I hope you and Toby feel better soon

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    Toni, she's excited she doesn't worry like I do so I know this bean is in great stress-less hands!

    How is everyone doing?

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    That's good if she can stay stress free and leave the worrying to you.

    We're good. We bought Sienna a potty today, so let the toilet training begin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil Smurfy View Post
    We bought Sienna a potty today, so let the toilet training begin.
    Oooh good luck Smurfy! Has Sienna been showing signs of readiness? I'm curious as M has been doing little things to make me think she'll be trained a lot sooner than T was!! But as he was 3 years old before I trained him my brain is struggling to accept she may be ready quite soon!!

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    That's exciting smurfy! Toby is obsessed with me weeing but aside from the odd poo we catch in the potty, is nowhere near TT.

    His poor mouth is so sore from his accident. His frenum tore and is dangling weirdly, and his gum is purple and bruised

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    The only other thing I could suggest is perhaps some local anaesthetic gel. When Lucy fell on her face and put her tooth through her lip, I put some "Angel" on for the first day, which is a topical local anaesthetic gel. You could possibly get some from the Pharmacy...I just had some in my "medical bag". If you lived closer, I'd get some to you!

    You cannot suture the frenulum, and cutting it would just cause him more discomfort. Is it freaking you out a bit? I hope not
    As I said before, you just have to leave it and let it heal by itself...and it will.

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