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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPopsicle View Post
    Love to know how you rate this as DS2 is a shocking sleeper when its light outside
    We have one. It's ok but really depends on the window as to how much of a blackout you can get (i.e. Multiple panes, etc). Biggest advice is to wet the suction cup a bit and press firmly on the middle as you push it on the glass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinklify View Post
    This will be a silly question but is it all sugar? Just processed sugar?

    Can you still have things like honey/maple syrup/dates?
    Pretty much all sugar. I can have occasional things like berries and I can use xylitol in stuff but I try to avoid using it

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    Watching DR Phil ... the woman is nuts !!!!

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    At beach cooking lamb chops in the little BBQ

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    So anxious about 9mo ds's first day at Childcare tomorrow

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    Quote Originally Posted by BB77 View Post
    So anxious about 9mo ds's first day at Childcare tomorrow
    Good luck. My 5mo started on Monday.

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    How'd it go @Mamasupial?

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    It's honestly way harder on me than it is her. She's happy when I drop her off and happy when I pick her up. I call on my lunch break to check how she's going. On Wednesday they even said to me that she's unusually happy and never cries (which is what she's like at home). Feeding is the hardest part though as she's breastfed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamasupial View Post
    It's honestly way harder on me than it is her. She's happy when I drop her off and happy when I pick her up. I call on my lunch break to check how she's going. On Wednesday they even said to me that she's unusually happy and never cries (which is what she's like at home). Feeding is the hardest part though as she's breastfed.
    That's great! You're lucky - mine can be a bit of a crier. Yeah I'm breastfeeding too, I doubt he'll take a bottle but I figure he's older and it won't hurt if he doesn't have milk at childcare.

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    Just put all these out for council pick up today 👍

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    ****ing hate the baby stage!

    Ps you know you are DONE when you are not even a bit melancholy about ditching all your baby things lol

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