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Thread: 12 Months to 3 Years, March '05

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    Hey guys,

    Just adding new threads in this forum to help split up the load that is about to start hitting Lovely to see so many babies about

    Myself or a moderator will move over your details if you wish, but if you would prefer to keep chatting in your current group this month, that is okay. Next month we will split the groups indefinitely though.

    Kelly xx

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    Hey Girls

    I have just edited the info page to reflect the change. So the list is now in birthdate order of those children that are 12mths - 3 years. Top of the list being those that are about to turn 3

    I will be here again in just over 3wks with Lachlan

    Love

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    Forum Name: ragged_blossom
    State: VIC
    Baby's DOB: 15 Nov 2003
    Gender of Baby: Boy
    Baby Name(s): Andrei Kheandara
    Baby's Website: http://www.babababies.com/gateway.cfm?siteID=6434
    Health Concerns: lactose intollerance, really bad tummy troubles caused by being fed chili chicken and sweetened condensed bear brand milk as a newborn, by his birthmum not by me.
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    Can i please have my details added to the list, thanks.

    Forum name- Naomi

    State- SA

    Gender of baby- Boy

    Baby's name- Nicholas Jacob William

    Babies website- http://www.babiesonline.com/babies/n/nickyj/

    Health concerns- None

    Notes- 7lb 13oz, 10 days overdue, induced via syntocinon, emergency c-section due to fetal distress

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    HI everyone,
    It is super quiet in here, I am not used to having someone tellinng something, I guess as our bubs get older we are heaps busier. Jemma is going well, she has excema everywhere though, and I bathed her in the QV flare up oil last night and creamed her right up, I am taking her to the Drs on Tuesday so I am hoping to get a referral to allergy testing, so I can make sure it is only soap that is causing her excema.

    Hope everyone is well and your toddlers aren't running you ragged.

    Cheers Michelle

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    I will be here in just over 2 weeks *cries*

    Not much going on with Lachlan at the moment. Going through a squealing stage which i am finding really frustrating. He is now on 100% cows milk just have to get him to start drinking from a cup next

    So I will see you girls officially in 18 days

    Love

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    Hey girls,
    Took Emily in for her last immunisation yesterday... it was her 2nd dose of Prevenar (pneumococcal). Have any of you upadted yet? Its one needle after they turn 18months, 2 between 12 and 18 months and 3 between birth an 12 months. She had no reaction which is good!! Phew

    Aparently they are bringing in the chicken pox vaccine in November... Not sure if Em will be covered tho... fingers crossed! Even if she isn't I think I will get her done, there is no point getting one child done and not the other.

    Tanya

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    We are going in for lachlans first one after he turns 1 once his birthday is out of the way then will book him in and get it done.

    Love

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    Well I don't ahve to worry about 3 kids for the chicken pox vaccine as they had it last year, lovely that was too, Joshua was the worst and also the worst patient. I guess I will have to get it for Jessica though.
    Cheers Michelle

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    Well I've spent the last week or so doing the rounds of the hospitals in brisbane (Prince Charles, Royal Children's) going to Zeke's 2 yr post-op check-ups. He had xrays, an ECG, ultrasound and general poking and prodding and after all that, I'm pleased to report he is still in the clear with cardio-vascular problems.

    The specialists will keep checking him while he grows to make sure the repairs they did on his heart and aorta grow with him, as some of it is synthetic based.

    But it's not much fun for a 2 year old, one hour in the car, one hour in the waiting room, 2 hours of tests etc, then back in the car to come home. He handled it well, no tanties or anything, and hasn't seemed to pick up any bugs from any of the waiting rooms.

    Anyway, time to get them ready for bed (yippee! it's been a long one today)

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    That is great that everything is going okay with him Mistyfying, but yeah it definitely makes for a long day with the big car journey too. What a trooper though for not whinging about it.

    Well I am slowly counting down the days. 2 weeks tomorrow till Lachlan's birthday party, next weekend will be flat out getting the house ready, well as much as you can with 2 kids on the go LOL. Then out for a few hours on the Sunday.

    Lachlan is in bed asleep already, and Kameron will be headed in the same direction shortly. Was up till 10.30pm cause we went ten pin bowling, then he got up at 7am and hasn't had a nap (not that he has naps much anymore) We are at mums for the weekend too, so he has been running around chasing their dog all day. Their dog is struggling to stay awake LMAO

    Love

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    Hi everyone,
    Well i'm having hell with Nick this week, he has started throwing things at me and Dp and when we tell him off, he smacks us (we don't smack him so i don't know where this has come from)
    He is perfect when we take him out, but at home he is a horror.
    I am still not able to drive after my c-section, so we have been stuck in the house, so i'm hoping that after my 6week check next week (when hopefully i can drive again) he will be fine again.

    Take care

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    Yeah Naomi, maybe he is getting bored at home. Lets face it even we get bored at home I found Kam was being a bit of a handful at home which is why I upped playgroup to twice a week, and he has calmed down again a bit now.

    So bloody tired though, boys had me up @ 6.30am cause we are at mums for the weekend and they slept in the same room (first time ever). Have to kick start some life into me cause I have to leave at midday to go out lol.

    Love

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    Well my day started with a bang!
    I was up at 5 with Ryan, Jay went to work at 5.30 and Nick decided to get up at 6!
    Already this morning he has trashed my bedroom which i spent most of Friday cleaning up :evil:
    He's woken Ryan twice and i'm just about to have a nervous breakdown.
    The joys of having toddlers LOL

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    don't you hate it when they go and wake up the babies !! Kameron does that sometimes and it drives me insane he knows he isn't allowed in there if the door is slightly closed.

    well mum's dog just charged through the house and I think cleaned up lachlan on the way so now he is crying best be off ... again.

    Love

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    I haven't been able to get Rianna to drink milk anywhich way, cup bottle etc, have not long weaned her from boob juice and now she wil only drink water! Pediatrician said not to worry, coz she eats cheese n yogurt etc, and coz she eats so well will get all of her nutrients.
    She has started to slap me in the face when I tell her no, so into the cot for some time out. I'm worried how she is going to react to the new one, the twins were 4 when she was born and were great with her, but she worries me, she already yells at them if they touch the shopping trolley, when she's sitting in it, and she tries to pull them off mine or DH's knees,when they are having cuddles, I hang on tight and tell them to ignore her, but she keeps going, and yelling too until they give up and get off. What am I going to do!!???

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    HI girls,

    It seems like it's in the air, all these toddlers being buggers! Jemma is starting to think annoying Jessica all the time is a great game even when she gets in trouble for it.

    The countdown has well and truly started kathryn, but it sounds like the party should go smoothly, I like the small party idea and isn't it at a park, I am seriously thinking of doing that for Jessica's first bday, rather than have everybody here, have to talk to Arron about it.

    Mystifying, so glad the news for Zeke is all good, and woo hoo for him being so patient.

    Vanita- sounds like fun for you, but I think you'll find Rhianna is picking up on different vibes and by the time the baby comes she may have settled down,. it's not like she has had total undivided attention, with twins above her, she's prob just trying to assert some authority at the moment.

    I have so many posts to check
    See ya
    Michelle

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    12 Months to 3 Years List - March '05

    Forum Name: lozelijah
    State: South Morang Victoria
    Baby's DOB: 16th November 2003
    Gender of Baby: Boy
    Baby Name(s): Elijah Jacob
    Notes: Elijah was born at 39wks weighing 3.3 kg and 50cms long, now at 16months old he weighs about 11kg and is maybe 85cms tall these are rough as we all know what it is like to get a toddler to stand against a wall just for his mums enjoyment lol

    These are my babies details I hope we can be added to this list as well, i probably wont be a very regular poster but I hope that doesnt matter too much. I am reading up and seeing some of your toddlers are being monkeys this week I will add Elijah to that list as well, I needed to give my self some time out this evening once DH came home after a tantrum match with Elijah, i still don't know what it was over as he wouldnt tell me but I ende dup just sitting us both down to eat dinner and DH came home as we finished to take him tot he park ARRRRRRR for the sanity.

    Thank god he is happier now once returning and listening to some music!

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