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    Quote Originally Posted by twinklify View Post
    Oh @Californication how is your knee?
    Getting better thanks. Went to the Dr on Tuesday and it's a torn meniscus. So just needs time to heal. Which isn't easy when it's birthday party week! But luckily DD wants an icecream cake, so that's easy and I've been doing a bit of prep each morning and resting it when it gets sore. I've got the "cake" nearly done (she wants layers so just the chocolate centre to go), have done the party bags, cake flags and have the decorations ready for DH to do tomorrow and have revised the menu as can't do my usual cooking.

    Driving is difficult though as can't stretch it out (it's my right leg) and DD has a specialist appt late next week an hour away. So I've told DH to be on standby as I'm sore after going to town today (15 mins) and doing the shopping, so not sure I can do a 2 hour return trip. But at least I'm not hobbling like I was on Monday!

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    Default I am... #20

    Feeling smothered by dd2's constant breastfeeding - she's 16 months now and it's at the point if I sit down for a second she's climbing on me and pulling at my shirt. I must of have put her on about 20 times today. Add into the fact dd1 also wants constant attention and is non stop yapping at me. I'm trapped on the lounge yet again with my cup of tea going cold.
    Both my girls have only become more interested in boob as they got older- never dropped feeds or magically self weaned.
    Over it over it. Just want to sit and have a friggin cup of tea ffs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Miss Sunshine View Post
    Feeling smothered by dd2's constant breastfeeding - she's 16 months now and it's at the point if I sit down for a second she's climbing on me and pulling at my shirt. I must of have put her on about 20 times today. Add into the fact dd1 also wants constant attention and is non stop yapping at me. I'm trapped on the lounge yet again with my cup of tea going cold.
    Both my girls have only become more interested in boob as they got older- never dropped feeds or magically self weaned.
    Over it over it. Just want to sit and have a friggin cup of tea ffs.
    Mine were both exactly the same! DS is terrible!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Miss Sunshine View Post
    Feeling smothered by dd2's constant breastfeeding - she's 16 months now and it's at the point if I sit down for a second she's climbing on me and pulling at my shirt. I must of have put her on about 20 times today. Add into the fact dd1 also wants constant attention and is non stop yapping at me. I'm trapped on the lounge yet again with my cup of tea going cold.
    Both my girls have only become more interested in boob as they got older- never dropped feeds or magically self weaned.
    Over it over it. Just want to sit and have a friggin cup of tea ffs.
    DS was definitely more booby as he got older too. DD seems to be doing the same.

    As for me...

    I am curious to know how an (overheard) conversation ended.

    It began with 'is that woman breastfeeding a baby?'

    I hope it ended with 'yes! Aren't carriers awesome! You can feed on the go! Yay for on the go BF!'

    (It was in relation to me. I was BF half asleep DD in the carrier.)

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    I am glad I trusted my inner voice today.
    I would usually make a point to *never* go swimming while on my period. I have read that you can go in water with a tampon but I have never trusted that. At the moment, I am spending two afternoons a week helping the teachers with the swimming lessons for school. (I'm there to help with my autistic son as they struggle sometimes and don't want to risk him being unaided near a pool).
    Anyway, usually I hop in but as I am on day 2 of my period I decided not to. Once I was there, I though hmm, maybe I'll just try it quickly, but ultimately decided against it.

    Well, I got home and had a lovely big red patch on the back of my crisp white board shorts and swimmers. Yep.
    I had used a super tampon AND an overnight pad and changed them just before leaving home. I got home exactly 1.5 hours later. I can't even explain how relieved I am that I didn't decide to go without the pad and hop into water. What on earth was I thinking to even consider it?


 

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