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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiny Dancer View Post
    DH got him out using face washers to grip him. No dropping involved. I cleaned the bath with bleach and rinsed well. Covered the toys with extra hot water and drained. Will do it again tomorrow. There's still some residue. DS's skin feels almost as soft as DD's today. And his hair has gone into really tight ringlets.
    . I hope you took photos for his 21st!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Californication View Post
    . I hope you took photos for his 21st!!!
    I wish! It was pretty funny to watch. DD was screaming her head off, so had my hands full. They said witching hours would die back now she's reached 12 weeks. Didn't happen with DS and hasn't happened with DD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiny Dancer View Post
    I wish! It was pretty funny to watch. DD was screaming her head off, so had my hands full. They said witching hours would die back now she's reached 12 weeks. Didn't happen with DS and hasn't happened with DD.
    Still a funny story without the photos. DD wasn't so bad as a baby, but her witching hours from age 9mo-3 were long and difficult to deal with. Hope things get easier soon xx

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    Default The Not So Serious Vent Thread #7

    Hubby and I have a deal that on Mother's Day and my bday, he changes every nappy, and same deal for Father's Day and his bday. Well bub has just had some sort of volcanic eruption in his nappy and hubby is in the shower so it's going to be mine to deal with

    ETA It was worse than I first thought; not just an explosion but a leak too
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    Spent 4.5hrs at the shops. A good hour of this was spent sitting in an uncomfortable chair during and after having a pedicure (cos you know, can't reach my feet anymore...). Pubic pain kicks in thanks to sitting for such a long time. Now can't walk normally, engage pregnant waddle for grocery shopping adventure. Realised I'd have to pay for parking. Go through receipts, not enough to claim free parking. Well I would have except I declined one receipt because I didn't think I'd need it. Turns out I did. Get to car on the opposite side of the car park pushing full/heavy trolley. Get in car and prepare to leave. Realise I forgot to pay parking. Then car off, dig out wallet and car key, waddle back across to shop entrance, pay parking, waddle back and leave to go home. Now I have to face unpacking groceries from the boot

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    Default The Not So Serious Vent Thread #7

    @M'LadyEm can you pay for parking at the boom gate with your credit card next time?
    I did groceries at about 37 weeks then decided there was no way that was a one person job for me anymore, so I would go with hubby on a weekend then he'd unpack the car and unpack them into the fridge and pantry while I napped lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR03 View Post
    @M'LadyEm can you pay for parking at the boom gate with your credit card?
    I did groceries at about 37 weeks then decided there was no way that was a one person job for me anymore, so I would go with hubby on a weekend then he'd unpack the car and unpack them into the fridge and pantry while I napped lol.
    You can, but it was a busy time of day leaving the shopping centre and I hate being *that person* who holds everyone else up. Namely because I get the sh*ts with people who do it to me haha.

    I would get DH to do it, but then I can't put things like Nutella in the trolley without judgement

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    Default The Not So Serious Vent Thread #7

    Quote Originally Posted by M'LadyEm View Post
    You can, but it was a busy time of day leaving the shopping centre and I hate being *that person* who holds everyone else up. Namely because I get the sh*ts with people who do it to me haha.

    I would get DH to do it, but then I can't put things like Nutella in the trolley without judgement
    Ahh fair enough.

    Maybe you can do your own small grocery shop of your "essentials" the day before then he can do the full shop

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    omg i do not miss those days! i sit here and think oh it can't be that hard. but it is. i know it is. i remember saying to dh after a certain point i can't do the grocery shopping anymore, it was just too hard and too tiring.

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    The thought of getting out of bed some days is too hard and too tiring! I did say to DH last night while I'm not over the pregnancy itself, I am completely over the limitations it's placing on me. I was reasonably fit and healthy before the pregnancy and by all accounts it's actually been a breeze, but the exhaustion that's hitting me now is almost debilitating. The effort required to complete even the simplest things surprises me.

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