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    Watching the first AFLW game and am really happy to see Carlton winning. Great game, much more competitive than the exhibition match we went to last year.

    Also just staring at the tv and said to DH - "imagine being in the away team and having your period". His reply "well you wouldn't be feeling very 'carefree' now would you?" Haha. He doesn't miss any opportunity to make a pun.

    ETA for non-footy peeps, the away team wear white shorts. A nightmare for any menstruating female I would imagine!

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    Quote Originally Posted by M'LadyEm View Post
    Watching the first AFLW game and am really happy to see Carlton winning. Great game, much more competitive than the exhibition match we went to last year.

    Also just staring at the tv and said to DH - "imagine being in the away team and having your period". His reply "well you wouldn't be feeling very 'carefree' now would you?" Haha. He doesn't miss any opportunity to make a pun.

    ETA for non-footy peeps, the away team wear white shorts. A nightmare for any menstruating female I would imagine!
    It was an awesome game (I am a Carlton fan though).

    They played hard! So much talent.

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    One girl from DS's footy club was drafted by Collingwood (not playing tonight though) - she is an absolutely awesome player & a large part of the reason the girls team here win the premiership every year there's been a separate girls league

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    I am so proud of dd! We bought her a new bowl and cutlery today as she's been struggling with learning how to feed herself and she managed to eat a whole bowl of baked beans for lunch all by herself

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    Quote Originally Posted by gingermillie View Post
    I am so proud of dd! We bought her a new bowl and cutlery today as she's been struggling with learning how to feed herself and she managed to eat a whole bowl of baked beans for lunch all by herself
    Clever girl. How much did she manage to get in her mouth vs the floor vs her clothes. DS1 was the same at that age so mum bought this set he still likes using it occasionally now at nearly 10 IMG_1486188714.365474.jpg

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    @Thescientist ... read that you think you are getting the flu... please see a dr as it may be the start of mastitis... google it but i know from experience the flu symptoms can be a sign of mastitis...

    hope you feel better soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louise41 View Post
    @Thescientist ... read that you think you are getting the flu... please see a dr as it may be the start of mastitis... google it but i know from experience the flu symptoms can be a sign of mastitis...

    hope you feel better soon

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    Yep every time I've had mastitis it comes on very quickly and is flu-like. Que lots of expressing and hand massage (usually it's associated with a blocked duct) and lots of bfing. Luckily I only needed to get ab's for it once.

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    I agree with @louise41 and [MENTION=98906]AdornedWithCats.
    @Thescientist please see the dr asap. Like tomorrow at the latest.

    Also hugs. Hope you get some sleep. And hugs for your scare xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinklify View Post
    I agree with @louise41 and [MENTION=98906]AdornedWithCats.
    @Thescientist please see the dr asap. Like tomorrow at the latest.

    Also hugs. Hope you get some sleep. And hugs for your scare xx
    Yes me four! I had mastitis last year and it was like having the flu at the start, aches and fever and feeling yuck. Then the pain started. Then the redness. Definitely see a dr tomorrow if you're no better @Thescientist as it can get very bad very quickly xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by babybeeno1 View Post
    Clever girl. How much did she manage to get in her mouth vs the floor vs her clothes. DS1 was the same at that age so mum bought this set he still likes using it occasionally now at nearly 10 Attachment 88648
    She got it all in her mouth she did great! She's been trying to feed herself with a spoon the past few months and slowly getting better but today we got an oxo tot cutlery set and the spoon is quite deep and nicely angled and it helped her immensely and we also got the explora bowls that have a triangular base so it's easier to scoop food out


 

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