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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLivesHere View Post
    So what's everyone plans for father days
    Church in the morning, and my church is launching it's new name and organisation on that day, and it's also their 75th anniversary. They're putting on lunch for everyone afterwards - individual lasagnes and salad (which reminds me I promised to make a salad to contribute). Hopefully going out for dinner on the Sunday night, if we can get in to our usual place. Just got a card and a Gift Card for DH for a present - a bit short on cash at the moment.

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    Just for you.

    There's a Crunchie version of Dairy Milk chocolate as well?!?! How do I keep missing these things?


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    oh that sounds nice Catzilla

    no huge plans at this stage. DD has a school thing all day saturday so sunday will just be a nice relaxing thing. Have bought him a prezzie, DD has made him one .. will cook brekkie and just enjoy the day together.

    Probably go out for dinner with FIL too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Catzilla View Post
    There's a Crunchie version of Dairy Milk chocolate as well?!?! How do I keep missing these things?

    Yep in the normal and jumbo size

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    damnit now I need chocolate !!!!!

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    Hi all! Newbie here, figured I'd join in too if that's ok .. Feeling super relieved! Had a pediatrician appt today for my 13 week old DD. another pedi diagnosed her with failure to thrive, sent us for many many tests all of which were negative (thank goodness). Through info I found on bubhub I cut out all dairy and she is putting on weight! New pedi today agreed with no dairy diagnosis, gave us a script for pepti jnr as DD having formula top ups. Feel like a huge weight has been lifted and I can enjoy my baby girl now

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    Quote Originally Posted by BubbleGuts View Post
    Hi all! Newbie here, figured I'd join in too if that's ok .. Feeling super relieved! Had a pediatrician appt today for my 13 week old DD. another pedi diagnosed her with failure to thrive, sent us for many many tests all of which were negative (thank goodness). Through info I found on bubhub I cut out all dairy and she is putting on weight! New pedi today agreed with no dairy diagnosis, gave us a script for pepti jnr as DD having formula top ups. Feel like a huge weight has been lifted and I can enjoy my baby girl now
    Of course it on. In fact it encouraged for everyone to join in.

    That's great that you found a way to get her to put on.
    My 5th child was diagnosed with it at 17th months by one peak but after all the test they just decided he was natural small. He now pretty while he is still on the small side it not overly noticeable. He is now 7. Wow that has gone fast.

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    great to have you here bubbleguts

    sounds like a huge improvement for your DD. such a relief, its so stressful and difficult when they arent putting on weight. Having a newborn is hard enough


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    Quote Originally Posted by Catzilla View Post
    Church in the morning, and my church is launching it's new name and organisation on that day, and it's also their 75th anniversary. They're putting on lunch for everyone afterwards - individual lasagnes and salad (which reminds me I promised to make a salad to contribute). Hopefully going out for dinner on the Sunday night, if we can get in to our usual place. Just got a card and a Gift Card for DH for a present - a bit short on cash at the moment.
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    oh that sounds nice Catzilla

    no huge plans at this stage. DD has a school thing all day saturday so sunday will just be a nice relaxing thing. Have bought him a prezzie, DD has made him one .. will cook brekkie and just enjoy the day together.

    Probably go out for dinner with FIL too
    These sound nice.

    I have to small presents for dh. I sat ds3 (3 yrs) old down and asked him some questions.

    My dad's name ----
    My dad is _ 18 yrs old he a grown up. (Only 20 something years out)
    My dad's favourite food is -- ham
    My dad's favourite sport is --eating the cake (dh is diabetic)
    My dad always says--- thank you
    My dad is really good at --' starting fires
    I love my dad because-- cause he has ears.

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