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    Quote Originally Posted by Californication View Post
    I hear you. Boy do I hear you.

    This is 7yo DS to a tee.

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    And yep, my 5yo DD.

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    Oh the joys I can eagerly anticipate!

    DD has been screaming again today (I'd had hardly any dairy for the last week, and this morning had cereal for breakfast; probably coincidence, but still super annoying and unsure if I want to experiment with it again). DS is overtired and doesn't like the noise, so he's screaming, too. I tried putting DD in the cot and going in my room and closing the door to try and get myself together... DS followed me and bashed on the door and screamed. Totally effective.

    DH just got home and took both of the kids for a quick walk up the street. I'm supposed to be sorting out dinner. But I don't have enough energy to care about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiny Dancer View Post

    Oh the joys I can eagerly anticipate!

    DD has been screaming again today (I'd had hardly any dairy for the last week, and this morning had cereal for breakfast; probably coincidence, but still super annoying and unsure if I want to experiment with it again). DS is overtired and doesn't like the noise, so he's screaming, too. I tried putting DD in the cot and going in my room and closing the door to try and get myself together... DS followed me and bashed on the door and screamed. Totally effective.

    DH just got home and took both of the kids for a quick walk up the street. I'm supposed to be sorting out dinner. But I don't have enough energy to care about it.
    Hugs. Get pizza delivered and enjoy the peace while you can I say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Californication View Post
    Hugs. Get pizza delivered and enjoy the peace while you can I say.
    We've got meals in the freezer I can just heat up. The only benefits to DS not napping are that I can pump a bottle to use to mix the lacteeze in without worrying about bumping my supply, and that DS will either fall asleep on the boob around 7, or in bed shortly thereafter and I won't have to lie with him for an hour or more. I can hope for an early night.

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    I just had recuse dinner. Dd2 had put a pre made lasagna in the oven but put it too high and the lid caught fire because she put tbe tray to high up in the oven. Now dinner has a fine layer of ash over it.

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    Only way baby will sleep more than about an hour at night is if he's on me or hubby (less likely to settle for hubby though). I just got 3 hours straight sleep by letting him sleep on my chest, but I'm so nervous co-sleeping with such a young baby! No concerns at all doing it with an older baby.

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    My 12 month old DD can now climb onto the kid's table. She is so quick these days. I also need to find a way to stop her running off....

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    Hey @JR03 it's actually safer if you sleep side by side on a flat surface (eg. Bed). There are safe cosleeping guidelines that you may find useful. I'll see if I can find them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdornedWithCats View Post
    Hey @JR03 it's actually safer if you sleep side by side on a flat surface (eg. Bed). There are safe cosleeping guidelines that you may find useful. I'll see if I can find them.
    On the SIDS and Kids website it goes through how to safely co-bed/co-sleep with a baby.

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    Ugh. Passport photos.

    I went to the hairdressers, put make up on and still end up looking 20 years older. Worst pic ever

    But for $16 I'm too cheap to not use them...

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    Default The Not So Serious Vent Thread #7

    SIL took our daughter out for a few hours which was great as we got groceries done without her but now SIL is hanging out at our house and I seriously want a nap!


 

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