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    Nickers I amon the mini pill & have started taking 2 a day instead on one tablet to try & regulate things... it sucks... otherwise I will have to look at going on the jab... Stronger pills arent an option as there is a history of blood clots in my family!!!

    Eczema... Alexa has eczema, so i am avoiding any dairy till she is at least one, the same with eggs as they made my eczema flare up when I was little...


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    Mitch - I will have to remember the eggs also.

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    Jac, Jen has a talk to him EVERY NIGHT about his sleeping pattern, and apparently he tells her every time he will sleep through

    well that's what she tells me when I crawl into bed and snuggle up to her - sometimes I have my doubts though

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    Yikes Jacci, hope u get some answers.

    Mitch, that would suck. U should get a blood test to make sure ur iron levels are ok. I bled for 10.5wks & was found to be iron deficient aneamic again (had similar probs in past), so told to take a 3mth supply of strong iron tablets & have a blood test this mth to confirm back up again. Funny thing is, DH just had a BT & was found to be a carrier of some condition, cant remember what it's called, where his body produces way too much iron & so he has to eat far less red meat & iron containing foods & donate blood every 6wks to help get rid of the oversupply so he'll start feeling better. Funny huh, he's got too much & me not enuf. Luckily I too am not a carrier, otherwise Holly may have it & can be far more dangerous if both parents are carriers & then the child gets it passed on. Lets hope they settle down for u quick smart though.

    Oh no Theresa, hope she's ok. Holly's temp went up to 39.2 after her 2nd vaccinations & DH had to go trekking around town to find a chemist still open to get children's panadol (supermarkets dont stock it apparently), I'm so glad she didn't get the convolsions. Yikes, hope they never happen again.
    I have 3 toys on layby (incl bath toys), we'll probably be having xmas lunch at our place again.

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    Thanks Shell... I have another appt at the Dr at the end of the months so will ask for a BT then if things arent right by then!!!

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    Shell, happy 7months for Holly today - time has flown hey

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    Thnx Abs, u too for Jordy & 8mths for Alexa Mitch, it surely has.

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    pregnant for 9 months and it seems like a life time!!! but now it feels like i just brought charlie home the other day!

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    Happy 7months Jordan & Holly!!
    hmmmm eggs hey.... I have always LOVED eggs... poached/boiled/fried/scrambled u name it love love love eggs. my fav is boiled (just enough so the white has gone white but yolk still runny) i will have to keep an eye on my eczma & see if it gets worse after i eat eggs..... i hated not being able to eat runny eggs when i was pg. Once i thought stuff it cant take it anymore and boiled myself 2 eggs with soldiers lol!!

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    I am the same as you nicerslove eggs!- my favourite is poached eggs on toast with butter.......mmmmmm i want some now!

    I have a 4 hour drive to geelong tonight - not looking forward to it!
    Its mum's birthday and she wants to go to geelong to se my brother before he moves to cairns next week.

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    good luck with the drive tonight Jac - why's your brother moving to Cairns ? New job ??

    Doubt I could live up there - too hot for me. I would probably be very happy in winter in Hobart. Jen too... we love our aircon here at home

    And I can almost completely pass on eggs - they are simply an ingredient in cooking other things for me. Though some miniquiches Jen made earlier this year were pretty good, and if I ever get to make my homemade fried rice again, then I use a couple in that too. Though sometimes I can handle one on a burger, again homemade of course - now they are good - hmmm yumm

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    My sister in law is doing her graduate year in a lawfirm up there, so they wanted a change - they were in bendigo then scotland tehn sydney then geelong and now cairns - they like to move around - they don't have kids so they might aswell do it while they can.

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    Time for a new thread found HERE.

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