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    MUMMY4LIFE is offline .: ~ Don't regret anything that ever made you smile ~ :.

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    Hi Guys, I'm new to this tread...Looking forward to chatting about our little ones and getting to know you all..



    Take Care XxX

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    Welcome M4L, hope you enjoy chatting to us about your little ones escapades, My little one was born September 2003, and is a treasure, its such an interesting time, Rianna seems to learn a new word, or "trick" every day, and is a joy to observe ( even with the tantrums #-o )

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    Michelle, I only ever use the home brand non stick spray, do you put it into a hot oven, and does your oven cook evenly, coz I had an old oven in the previous house that did that all the time, and in this house I use the exact same pans, but nothing sticks! So just a thought, could be the oven not the pans.

    Bummer about the gastroscopy not showing anyhting, but as you say at least your not dying of cancer. Have you seen any "alternative" typr people to do with this?? my mums reflux is shocking, when her back is out. What about natral therapies, ie vitamen supplemants etc, dont know but worth a look see hey.

    Rianna is just sooooo cute ATM she's parotting most things you say to her, she said tonight before I left for work " I love you too" ( not so clear, but you could hear it!!) I t makes me really mushy when they start to "really" interact with the family, like she comes up to you,a nd says "up mummy"
    And she's always putting her hand up and saying "igh 5" soo cute!

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    Hi Karen, Welcome to the clan

    Well I have some news. Andrew was holding lachlan steady up on his feet on the floor last night and Lachlan wasn't paying any attention so Andrew let go and he stood there by himself for about 5 seconds before realising daddy didn't have hold of him \/

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    WTG Lachlan =D>
    Not long now and he will be walking.

    Kimberley is being really good with her new baby brother. She hates to hear him cry and looks so worried. She had a restful night last night and slept for a while in our bed.

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    Great to hear Kimberley has accepted him okay. It is always a worry when you bring a new one home.

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    Welcome Mummy4life and Samuel!

    Christy I will try the circle and hopefully it works. Thanks!

    Vanita- My oven is really crappy so maybe it's not my fault! If I had let it cook any longer it would have been burnt though. The answer is i need a new oven! SOunds great but I know Arron will not agree to a new oven bc my cakes don't cook properly LOL. Maybe in a few yrs time.

    I too love when they say those gorgeous little things, it just melts your heart doesn't it, *sigh* that's why I don't want them to grow up cause the 10 yr old says WHATEVER! And nothing nasty is good but where that leaves me I don't know. I am going to talk to the chinese therapy man when I get my backtreatment on the 26th about some concoction for the stomach so we'll see if that helps, so thanks for the idea. And my back is very out at the moment and has been for ages so maybe the trick is to fix the back.

    Kathryn- how clever is Lachlan. Did he get a fright when he realised he was solo?

    Michelle- little Alexander is gorgeous , congrats again and glad to hear Kimberly is good with him. I found Jemma to be the same when Jessica came, she is starting to do things to her now and Jemma is 2+3mths and Jessica is 8 1/2 mths. She was trying to pick her up the other day. After all she thinks she's a big girl.

    Anyway house to clean and nobody to do it but me, sadly.

    See ya
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    Saying yesterday that Kimberley is good with Alex well we found our first problem last night she screamed and cried when i went to put him to bed after a feed and then she did the same today he was sleeping in his bed and she got so upset. I think she is only doing this when she is tired.

    Anyone else have the same kind of problem ?

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    Mitch - Nah Lachlan doesn't scare himself when he realises he is standing alone he cracks up laughing and then dives for you lmao.

    Sorry Michelle, can't help you with the problem you are having with Kimberley at the moment. Maybe she wants him to stay up and play Kam was never bothered by Lachlan being put down to bed.

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    Hi everyone
    sorry i've been MIA for a while, we're all getting over the dredded flu

    Michelle, I'm having trouble with Nick screaming the house down when Ryan wakes for his middle of the night feed, this morning it was 4am and he refused to go back to bed, it's getting earlier every day.
    Not quite the same problem your having with Kimberley, but i thought i would let you know that your not alone LOL

    Well take care, i'm going to bed just incase Nick decideds that 3am is time to get up in the morning ](*,)

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    Hi girls,

    Michelle- I hope that Kimberly's crying etc. is just part of her adjustment, maybe she does just want to play with him. maybe if you and her do something special when you put Alexander don she may look forward to the time when he has a sleep as your time together.

    Kathryn- that's funny about Lachlan laughing, he must be very brave, maybe walking isn't far off. Just what you want to hear of cource. LOL

    Wel we went to a Le'reve party today and Jemma had a 2 and a half yr old boy to play with and the 2 of them were fighting each other and kicking. My gf was a little worried but I assured her that jemma could look after herself, she is the 3rd child after all, they were just trying to see who was in charge. They are getting better, usually he just runs away from her so at least they were interacting.

    I am out for lunch tomorrow, at a pub with a play centre. My best gf called tonight and it seemed like a wonderful idea to me. And I can go to the supermarket at the same time. We have a Coles opening in Kilmore on the 24th so I have been hanging out to go shopping there but I am going to have to go to the safeway in the next town bf the weekend as I can't wait till then for everything.

    Anyway, haven't done much cleaning lately, too busy trying to socialise, and it looks like Aron may not play footy for the rest of the yr, he has to get his knee looked at as he may have broken the tendon. It's about time he retired I reckon, he's only 30 but the body isn't going to last much longer the way he's going. Face facts I reckon. I do feel sorry for him as he has played for 25yrs but it is part of accepting change/aging.

    My dr suggested vertigo as my dizzy feeling I have been getting so I have done some research and I am going to ask about that at my next appointment with my drs and try to get sent for some tests asap. I need to sort myself out.

    Hope you are all well

    Best wishes michelle

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    Oooer at a Le Reve party Michelle.

    I am meant to be going to a Body Shop party in a few months so looking forward to that.

    Yeah don't need reminding that walking wont be far off. I give him 3 mths. I have a feeling he will be walking at 16mths, and he is a couple weeks off being 14mths. He cracked the ****s today cause he couldn't get outside when I went to hang the washing out so I put him out and he had a ball crawling around exploring the big wide world out there.

    Love

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    kathryn- when did Cam walk again? You have been spoilt, Jemma was my latest at 12 mths. And once they are walking they are terrors. Although Jessica is just crawling and she is just as bad.

    Today she opened the cup cupboard stood up in it and pulled all the cups out, top and bottom shelves, she was almost in the cupboard, what's more when I asked her what she thought she was doing she just smiled and laughed . Bugger!

    Cheers Michelle

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    Yes Kathryn your lucky if you get that long, mine have all walked by 13 months, so everything has to go up!!!
    Michelle, theyre gorgeous when theyre doing something wrong hey!!! Sad but happy IYKWIM about Arrons knee, bummer, but good for the family, less time out, less booz ups etc, might be the start of a whole new era for your family!!!

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    Vanita- I can only hope that would be the case. Although I am not certain that would work.LOL We have been pretty busy socially lately and if he doesn't play ffoty then we can organise more social stuff, I was looking at the gold class cinemas at crown, did you see the ads on tv. The seats recline, you get food and waited on, it looks terrific. $32 per head + $10 to book online. I am seriously thinking of organinsing a night for us and to go and see a movie there. You can look at the village website. He always says I don't want to do stuff, but i just don't want to go to taberat or dog/horse races or the pub, surley there is mor to life????


    And cute kids get to more naughty stuff I reckon. SHe is so much like Josh it's scary, we thought cos we got a girl we had skipped another Josh, but....I am starting to think we have the female version. She even eats things off the floor like he did, she is constantly choking on something. just wants to keep me on my toes...thinks I'm not fit enough I reckon.

    Goodnight all
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    Cheers Michelle

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    Just a quick reply cause I have to clean the kitchen before the electrician arrives to install the new cook top.

    Kameron was 1 week of 19mths old when he started walking. Lachlan has done everything (all major milestones) around 3 mths before Kameron which is why I am saying 16mths

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    Wow Kathryn, you were blessed! LOL The next kid usually does things quicker than the first. So you'll soon find out whether your prediction is right.

    We went out for lunch today and Jemma was so naughty, she kept holding the door closed on the playroom, not letting anmyone in or out. Even after a few little smacks she still kept doing it.

    My best gf's little girl and Jemma are only 2 months different in age and they are so similar, same hair, same eyes same personality and both 3rd children, I swear they could be twins. I am going to try to take her over there next thursday to play, they get along so well.

    Anyway Arron is screaming at me cos he has made tea and I am on here, just toasted sandwiches, no roast tonight, worst luck.

    Best wishes Michelle

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    Michelle, LOL at being told off, I told DH off Fri night, as was going to go out to visit a mate 10 minutes before I dished up dinner, AND IT WAS A ROAST !!!!!!!!! Lamb to be exact!!
    We had lunch at the pub today too, DH and I had to go out to the car yard, and it was lunchtime as we were heading home, and we never do this sort of thing, but thought stuff it, a nice lunch for us ( no play room for little flea though!!)

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