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    Quote Originally Posted by JR03 View Post
    It's so annoying when someone checks in on Facebook at an emergency department and gives no explanation, then go MIA. They've got like 20 people asking what's wrong then come back and give an explanation. Seriously if you're not going to give an upfront explanation to stop people thinking the worse, then don't post at all! It's even worse when a pregnant person does it.
    Ohh vaguebooking at is best, drives me insane.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yadot View Post
    I can't control DD's eczema. She's bleeding again. No amount of steroid, moisturiser, pat drying, bleach bath routine gets it under control for longer than a couple of days. We have seen 2 paediatricians and a dermatologist why can't anybody help her properly? It isn't fair. I don't know what to try next, so depressed.
    I was talking to a mum the other day and her youngest suffered from terrible eczema. No one local knew how to make it better so she was told to turn up to the emergency department of the royal children's hospital, which is what she did. (We live a 2.5hr drive away).
    Coincidentally that very day drs from all over Australia were there for professional development about eczema an her ds ended up being the case study as it was the worst case they had seen in a long time.
    But, my point is the drs at the RCH hospitals are the best and if you're not getting answers locally its probably worth the effort to get there if you can.

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    I forgot to add: it's now totally under control of course. She said it was the best thing for him she could have done.

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    The moment you are having some quiet time in the toilet and look at your watch to realise you are meant to be at the drs right at that very moment. I discovered I can get "mid toilet visit" to my Dr in 7 minutes flat. Which by the way dp must think was hilarious because I ran out of the toilet yelling "oh sh!t! Sh!t! Sh!t! I gotta go! I gotta go!". He's all "wtf?! Are you on about?" lol I got there without speeding too because the car I got stuck behind was going more than 20km slower than the speed limit.

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    Flying to qld tomorrow with ds, he's had a shocker of a day. Seems like he's getting worse not better from this cold. He only slept an hour at day care and he's miserable. Poor bubba is going to be so cranky tomorrow with all the driving and then flying and being sick on top of that... What a fun time we have ahead 😔

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    Does the food throwing ever end??? 7 months & counting now, so sick of wearing a raincoat every meal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heartstringz View Post
    Does the food throwing ever end??? 7 months & counting now, so sick of wearing a raincoat every meal.
    What happens if you just remove the food?

    I used to and still remove plates if the kids are being silly chooks. If I remove 3x then that's it. No more food till the next meal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose&Aurelia View Post
    What happens if you just remove the food?

    I used to and still remove plates if the kids are being silly chooks. If I remove 3x then that's it. No more food till the next meal.
    He screams because he is hungry. Same as if he throws his entire meal on the floor - then he screams because hes hungry. If i pick it up & give it back he just thows it again & im reluctant to reinforce it by making him something else, but even when he goes hungry he still seems to throw food again next meal

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    omg park him outside or in the garage. lol

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    When people say "there's a lot of that going around" for really common bugs like the flu or a virus. Isn't every common bug always going around? Someone always has it, it might just be that a number of people they know all have it at one time but it's not really any more prevalent at that time than expected.

    I think it's only accurate to say things are "going around" when there's an epidemic or something is almost eradicated but comes back, e.g. Whooping cough, polio, Ebola, etc.

    Nit picking, I know.

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