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    This thread is for parents who's baby was born in July 2005.

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    July '05

    Forum Name:
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    Baby's DOB:
    Baby's Stats: Weight - Length - Head Circ -
    Gender of Baby:
    Baby's Name:
    Baby's Website:
    Health Concerns:
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    Forum Name: beckles
    State: vic
    Baby's DOB: 1st July 2005
    Baby's Stats: Weight - Length - Head Circ - 3.8kg, 51.5cm, 37cm
    Gender of Baby: boy
    Baby's Name: Oscar
    Baby's Website:
    Health Concerns:
    Notes: emergency c/section brow presentation & posterier
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    Forum Name: Kira
    Baby DOB: 1st July 2005
    State: SA
    Gender: Male
    Weight: 8lb3oz, 3730gms
    Baby's Name: Jake Paul
    Baby's Website:
    Health Concerns:
    Notes: Born elect C/S @ 38 wks
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    Forum Name: cazoraz
    State: Langwarrin, VIC
    Baby's DOB: 1st July 2005
    Gender of Baby: Boy
    Baby's Name: Coleman Philip (Cole for short)
    Baby's Website: www.babysites.com/sites/cazoraz
    Health Concerns:torticollis in the neck
    Notes: born on his due date!
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    Forum Name: Mama Mel
    State: Vic
    Baby's DOB: 4th July 2005
    Baby's Stats: Weight - 3700g Length - 54cms Head Circ - 35cms
    Gender of Baby: Boy
    Baby's Name: Ryan
    Baby's Website: www.babiesonline.com/babies/o/ourlilboy
    Health Concerns:
    Notes: Born on due date! Water birth with gas
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    Forum Name: Gemma
    State: Victoria
    Baby's DOB: 4th July 2005
    Baby's Stats: Weight 3130g (6lb 14oz) - Length 49cm- Head Circ - 33.5cm
    Gender of Baby: Girl
    Baby's Name: Amy Jade
    Baby's Website: http://www.comcen.com.au/~winston/
    Health Concerns: None
    Notes: Emergency c-sect after 24
    hrs labour and only 3cm dialated. Cord around Amy's neck twice.
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    Forum Name: Hayseed
    State: Country Vic
    Baby's DOB: 6th July 2005
    Baby's Stats: Weight - 3100gm (6lb 13oz), Length - 48m, Head Circ - 35cm
    Gender of Baby: Boy
    Baby's Name: Thomas Mark Simpson
    Baby's Website: http://www.babiesonline.com/babies/p/pup7
    Health Concerns: none
    Notes: was a caesarean birth because of breech presentation and also mild pre-eclampsia. Born 10 days before EDD.
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    Forum Name: Kate10
    State: Vic
    Baby's DOB: 9th July 2005
    Baby's Stats: Weight - 4400g, Length - 56cm, Head Circ - 36cm
    Gender of Baby: Girl
    Baby's Name: Kelsey Shayne
    Baby's Website: http://www.babiesonline.com/babies/o/ourone/
    Health Concerns: Reflux.
    Notes:
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    Forum Name: sunbeam koala
    State: Denmark (overseas)
    Baby's DOB: 10th July 2005
    Baby's Stats: Weight - 3500kg Length - 52cm Head Circ -
    Gender of Baby: Boy
    Baby's Name: Alexander Rohan
    Baby's Website: www.mikaidt.dk/2005/birth
    Health Concerns:
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    Forum Name: Mumofbundlezofjoy
    State: Victoria
    Baby's DOB: 19th July 2005
    Stats: 4625gms, 52.5cm, 36cm head circumfrence
    Gender: Boy
    Baby's Name: Dion Michael
    Website: Not yet
    Health concerns: a little bit of jaundice
    Notes: Born at 39weeks 4 days, natural delivery
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    Forum Name: layla
    State: WA
    Baby's DOB: 19th July 2005
    Gender of Baby: Girl
    Baby's Name: Sarah Ashlee
    Baby's Website: www.babiesonline.com/babies/s/skbub/
    Health Concerns: Wore a harness for 5 weeks. Is having follow up x-rays till walking.
    Notes: 10 days early by planned c-section due to breech presentation.
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    Forum Name: Kirsty EW
    State: NSW
    Baby's DOB: 22 July 2005
    Baby's Stats at birth: W-1010g L-34.5cm HC-25.5cm
    Baby's Stats on 20 October: W-2680g L-45.5cm HC-34.4cm
    Gender of Baby: Male
    Baby's Name: Fergus Calvin
    Baby's Website: none yet
    Health Concerns: extreme prematurity; reflux, colic
    Notes:
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    Forum Name: Monyfelix
    State: WA
    Baby's DOB: 26th July 2005
    Baby's Stats: Weight - 9lb 4oz
    Gender of Baby: Boy
    Baby's Name:Owen Keith
    Health: Very healthy bubba
    Notes: Born 4 days late, natural birth...failed Vaccum extraction. Forceps Delivery. Born 9lbs 4oz!!
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    Forum Name: Kelli D
    State: Western Australia
    Baby's DOB: 27th July 2005
    Baby's Stats: Weight - 3280g (7lb 4oz) Length - 49cm Head Circ - 35cm
    Gender of Baby: Girl
    Baby's Name: Zahra Mackenzie Dawson
    Baby's Website: www.babiesonline.com/babies/d/dawsonkids
    Health Concerns: Increased risk of becoming diabetic
    Notes: 13 days early, Induced delivery due to maternal unstable gestational diabetes and elevated uric acid levels, on Intravenous Dextrose for 48 hours due to hypoglycaemia, flame naevis on forehead.
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    Forum Name: michmurf
    State: Victoria
    Babys BOB: 28th July 2005
    Babys Stats: Weight, Height & Head circ - 3.9kg, 53.5cm, 34.5cm
    Gender: Male
    Baby's Name: William Anthony
    Babys Website:
    Health Concerns: Eczema
    Notes: 4 days late, 39 hour labour, pushed out in 10 minutes
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    Forum Name: Fletch
    State: NSW
    Baby's DOB: 30th July 2005
    Baby's Stats: Weight - 7lbs 8 oz or 3.4kgs Length - 51.5cm Head Circ - 35cm
    Gender of Baby: Boy
    Baby's Name: Zane Scott
    Baby's Website: http://www.babiesonline.com/babies/l/little%5Ffletch/
    Health Concerns: None.
    Notes: Very healthy bub, sleeps through the night and is formula fed.

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    Catch up with the old thread found HERE

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    Hi all, hope you all manage to escape the heat today.
    Yippee for the sleep. Polaramine is an antihistamine and a sedative. Can at least make life bearable

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    I used to take polaramine for hayfever years ago, but it stopped working for me . (there is a terrible smell in our office....smells like wet washing that's been left instead of hung out. Can't for the life of me think what it is???).

    Heather, I think my email (via BB) is playing funny buggars. I'm not getting messages. I think I may have stuffed up the setup somehow. So can you please email to [deleted] with what you previously sent? This is our home business email addy. (I guess I should delete this later on?? I'll leave it up for a few days).

    Beckles, the way you choose to immunise or not immunise your kids is your choice - not for us to judge whether we agree or not.

    Kate, I concur with the others...at lest 10 days and even maybe 14 days. As for me, I have no idea wqhether the spotting I saw what the first return of AF or O or implant. Who knows?! (I can still smell that smell....driving me nuts!) . I am not testing for another week as that will be 2 weeks sinse I last tested. Maybe I should sneak a few BDs in anyway?? .

    Ohhh, I hate the change of the thread - I can't refer back whilst posting...and my memory is like a sieve.

    I tried to get Pup into swimming lessons today. In our town there is no chance. All classes were booked out before Christmas. Apparently, mums book kids in before they are even born!! The main problem is, there is only one private pool with one teacher and HEAPS of babies and kids. The council run pool doesn't take kids under 4 (normal Vicswim program). Whilst I have my Austswim quals (although prob out of date now), I have never taught babies and don't want to stuff it up with my own! Also, I liked the thought of meeting new mums myself. I can get him into Geelong, but that is almost a 2.5 hr round trip for only 30 minute lesson. The local teacher told me to call around next week and she would show me some things to do with him until she could squeeze us ion - but that won't be until 3rd term which starts in July. He'll be 1 by then! Good grief.

    I had other things to say, but I can't remember the conversation and this smell is driving me insane.

    Hayseed

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    Kate, yeah I got the email from Babies Galore too, but the prob with ordering the knee protectors online is that they cost $24 and the place wants $20 postage!!! Waaaay too much in my mine given that they are a small light package. That's why Heather offered to get them and post them down using standard mail. I mean, I ordered stickabouts for Pup's nursery from the UK via EBay and the postage was less than that and I got them in a week. i can;t for the life of me think why postage is so expensive. Shame really and I might have order more stuff...

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    Hay, I really think the swimming lessons for under 1's are just water play, KWIM?? We took the twins and found it a bit of a waste of money, we did 1 term, then quit and took them swimming ourselves once a week and just had fun, ( much better, cost less and we stayed in for more than 1/2 hr) Rianna started at 1 and I wont start Dion til 1, by then they can participate in a lot more things ( humpty dumptys etc)
    Anyway that is only my opinion, see how you go!

    Kate, good that you have an AC house to go to ( and always nice to catch up with our dads!!) I am home with my AC on and the littlies, the big girls with my sister and DH at work.

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    hi all

    vanita we had the same deal with swimming and baby's. i took josh and thought it was a waste of money i don't start until 1 either we just go in with them and play.

    fletch yay on your weight loss good on you

    kate i hope you log on on sat and let us know either way?? please!

    i don't use any contraception yet as i haven't o'ed yet and not likely to i didn't with my other 2 anyway. den is going in for the snip soon and then i won't have to worry at all ever again! yay. imagine that no more need to worry about contraception it will be grand.

    oscar is starting to creep forward more and more. he really moves around the room now. boo hoo my bubba is growing up. ok better go next match starts i am so sad maria lost.

    love beckles

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    Fletch well done on the weight loss issue. How are you doing it? I really have to do something. I weighed myself today and I am 88kg (! :shock: !). And I am only 5'2" so I am about 20 - 25kg overweight....OMG that's OBESE!

    Hayseed

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    Hi chickies, just a really quick one as we are off on holidays today to sunny QLD. Should be a really nice break, going with some friends and their kids plus hubby and coby and me.

    Just thought I'd let everyone know that Coby has a tooth! Been troubling him for weeks now and I could see that they were almost there, then this morning, bam, there it was! Jagged little edge, poor little puppy, he must have been in heaps of agony with them!

    Kate, Im not pg, got AF finally. I don't even think I o'd this month, just couldnt see any changes in cm. Oh well, not too worried, not as if Im trying desperately, I figure it will happen if its going to...Im not gonna stress about it. How are you going? Any news yet?

    How are the rest of you ladies and bubs doing? Hope all is well and I will try and catch up with all your posts when I get back.

    byeeeeeee :wave:

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    I had a quiet day with littlies, both slept a lot, but had some good 1/1 time with Rianna, so much happier, well lucky me, I had a "date night" planned for DH and myslef for tonight ( you know seafood ****tails, nice dress etc) and he just called me, he's going to the Erica fires this afternoon, and wont be home til Sunday *sigh* everytime I try to plan alone time for us, a child gets sick, or a family member pops over for a visit or something!!!! UGH UGH UGH, sorry, got that off my chest for now!!! Will try again Sunday night maybe!!!!

    Bel, yeha for QLD, bumma for AF, as you said early days yet, next month hey!!!! Yippee for toofy!!!

    Hay, I'm waaaaay overweight too, havent lost it since pg with no 1.!!!

    Kate, good luck for BFP !!! Swimming is great, at this age they call it water play, are water familiarisation, so its not a great deal they do at lessons, just get the kids used to splashing and water over the face, Yippee on AC!!!!

    Fletch, WTG!!! i havent weighed myself for ages, so no idea !!! Nope I have used Dimetapp, for Dion, especially when his chest is bad, to try clear soem of the mucous away.

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    Hi Kate - Testing Sunday CD30, due tomorrow so I thought Sun would be best if AF doesn't arrive tomorrow. Have every pg symptom that there is especially sore BB's and cramping. CD42 for you, what is going on?? Good luck!

    Amy was sitting up in her cot today gurgling to herself. DH is lowering the base and putting the side up now!

    Hope everyone is well, I still try to catch up with you news. Very busy at work ATM, week after next I will be on BB more.

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    Hi,

    Just quickly poking my nose in to see how you're all doing and to report on us.
    We are off to Thailand on Sunday. The trip to Oz just flew by too fast, can't believe its just about over.
    Al did so much growing up. His got his first tooth, he babbles quite a bit now, can still scream the house down when he feels like it, doing commando style pulling himself along the ground and loves making a loud noise by banging too toys together. He is quite good at standing up (with help) but still can't sit steadily. He loves to eat and is still not sleeping through. He loves his cousins and hanging out with little kids. He giggles at them all the time.
    Better go, we are always doing something here! Will be back online again once at home in Denmark in a week or so.

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    Vanita, I hear you babe! I have exactly the same issue with DH..he was running the strike teams for the Bessiebell fire on Sunday, then Monday was back in doing relief crews, then Monday night I lost him to an IMT down in Geelong and then he came home on Tuesday, worked all day ont he farm to get done what hadn't been done the previous two days. I then thought he was home that night, but then there was a terrible terrible car accident (2 fatalities) and I lost him for most of that night too! When he eventually came home, he slept! Can't win. Just that time of year I guess. CFA widows; that's us!!

    Sooooooo, how did the testing go Gemma and Kate??? Dying to know. I will test early in the week. Can't say that I've had any pg symptoms, but then my body is not back to normal, so I might not know(?). Felt like I was Oing yesterday (felt heavy in the adbomen) so we BD'd just in case (I was just about to type JIC but is that an acronym?? Let's make it one 8-) )

    Deb, glad to hear that your Aussie holiday went well. It is amazing how fast the time goes hey?

    We are trying for a holiday in March and we are a bit stuck as to where to go. Anyone got any suggestions? As a couple, we have been to all states and territories (only as far north in NT as Alice though and as far north as Perth in WA). I would LOVE to go to Darwin or Broome, but unless we can swindle cheap seats or frequent flyer seats, it might be too dear. Ironic that it is cheaper to go overseas (ex Melb) than to travel with own country. Also, I was concerned about Pup being on a plane all day, but then Deb has just done it with Al and he seemed ok. Although, we will only be away for 10 days MAX, so not much time for recovery for small one.

    We have just started with mashed carrot here and I mixed it with a bit of Farex and EBM to make it more....well....visually appealing for me!!! LOL. No, truthfully, I did try him on the carrot by itself, but it kept coming out. But when I mixed it up, he ate it no probs. We are now onto 1 good meal a day (lunchtime) and 1 decent snack (at about 5pm). After I visit MCHN on Thursday, I'll probaby increase again to include snack in morning. But Pup is definately a fruit bat.

    Muggy weather here today.

    Run out of things to say :-k so, cya for now!

    Hayseed

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    Hay, have not given Dion much in the way of fruit ( paeds advice) and also I have found most bubs love fruit, as is naturally sweet (like bb juice)Not only am I a CFA widow, but a CFA orphan too, one of my earliest life memories, is being left sitting in Dads ute at the fire station as he roared off in the truck ( he had just picked me up from Kinder) I was hungry so I walked down the street and asked the people at the fish and chip shop for some baked beans for lunch. They of course rang my mum ( who was at work) So the CFA is a "bad" memory for me KWIM??

    Dion has weetbix with apples in morning, and vegies for lunch, meat and vegies for dinner, and is eating twice as much lately!!! If has tinned, eats a whole tin! Will not eat yogurt, as will only eat warm things, and a bit hesitant about heating up yogurt, does anyone know if you can?????

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    Happy 6 months to little Zane fletchie :smt038 :smt038 :smt038

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    Kate, I didn't even see your post about the BFN..sorry bout that. I was going to test this morning and then peed right in the toilet, so buggar to that! I'll do it tomorrow. I know I could have tested with other wee throughout the day (the tests seem sensitive enough) but hey, what's one more day?!

    Vanita - LOL about your dad leaving you in the ute when you where a little one. My DH gets so focussed when sirens are going off, pagers are bleeping and fire phones are ringing, I could imagine him doing the same thing!

    Zane - happy 6months!

    Still no teeth for us yet. They don't even look like coming through. I might have said this before, but DH never got teeth until he was 14 months, so we could be a good while off yet. As for the rolling, Pup is getting rather good at it. Not all the way over - usually just from his back to his front. He finds it so funny. He is doing it a bit in his cot now too, generally when he is awake and wants to get out. But for those more experienced than I, when do you not worry about them sleeping on their front? I have gone in a few times at nighttime to check and Pup has been asleep on his belly. I roll him back and most times he stays asleep (or goes striaght back to sleep) but occasionally I wake him up and then have to feed him. I hate being the reason he wakes int he middle of the night :fuming: .

    Went for a massage today - I have had a sore muscular thing in my back. EVERY single vertebrae hurt when she pushed on it. And the radiating pain in my pelvic area - WOW!! Probably a hang over from being pg, but I don;t really know. Very sore atm but will feel heaps better in a day or so. I really should have gone sooner.

    Hayseed

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    Kate, sounds promising!!! Good luck for the blood test!!!! Rude contractor!!! shame you now have to wait, but i guess its only a fortnight isnt it? Cool, Dion only eats 1/2 a weetbix

    Hayseed, Dion sleeps on his tummy half the time, and I just make sure his cot is clear of "stuff" and he could lift his head up IYKWIM> We dont have any teeth either!!

    Brooke, glad to hear the sleeping has worked itself out, now you just need to catch up!!! Maya is very talented little lady!! Rianna furniture walked the day after she crawled (7 mths) but didnt progress to walking until 12 months.

    Fletch, happy 6months to Zane.
    Boo hoo about the needles!!

    Well the girls started back at school today, am nervous for them, they are in grade 2 and are in separate classes for the first time!!!
    Dion was a bugga last night, and was awake every 1-2 hrs, settled with just a dummy and re wrap, but its just the getting up all the time, as I am at work tonight, so I'm tired before I start!!!

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    Hey guys,

    I am around but with the house on the market and constant opens we are all over the shop.

    Kate - glad to hear Kelsey is as beautiful as ever!! God i wish i could give her a cyber cuddle! We have been baby signing to Hendrix since 3 months old (morso for us so that we get used to signing with the word). He is just starting to sign dog when he sees my jack russell (she lives with my mum and dad and they have a full on love relationship). YAY for the line!! OMG OMG im waiting with baited breathe! Will you get a blood result today??

    Hayseed - i hope your back is ok.

    Brooke - Maya is just such a champ! Boy is she advanced its unbelievable. I wish i could see her doing her thing. Im so glad that she is sleeping for you. Hopefully in a couple of days you will have caught up on your much needed rest!

    Fletch - Happy belated 6 months inZane!! hehe

    Vanita - Hope the girls went ok at school today! Im sure they will blossom. Hope your shift isnt too unbearable with the lack of zzzzz's!

    Well so much is happening on our front. Busy busy busy. The biggest thing is that Hendrix has pretty much been refusing the bb for most day feeds and ive decided after much deliberation and stress that im going to start weaning and introducing some FF during the day and still BF morning and night. After making this decision im actually feeling slighly liberated. Is that wrong? Its just that this year im going to be studying (externally) but will have to have on-campus days for the subjects. plus id like to start yoga again. It would just be nice if i could have some time-out and Mike or my mum could bottle feed him. What do you guys think?

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    It must be going around...babies not sleeping well. Pup woke up twice last night (he has NEVER done that) and because he is all stuffed up and sounding snotty (but I can;t actually see it though), I couldn't settle him with the dummy as he couldn't breathe. Poor buggar. Even BFing was a challenge yesterday as he would have to take a really deep breathe, take a few sucks and then come off gasping for air! Awwwwww. He is not better today, but not worse either so I didn't bother taking him to the GPs. I'm seeing MCHN on Thursday so I thought i'd speak to her about blocked sinus (unless it gets worse tomorrow).

    Kate, I tested this morning and got a BFN . Actually, I really didn't expect anything else cause except for those 2 days of blood tinged mucous, I've had no sight of AF since getting pg with Pup.

    Heather, I have noticed in the past few days that Pup is also dropping off the BF in the middle of the day. his first and last feeds are rippers, but the others seem to be more of a chore for him. He is just so distracted when feeding during the day. Yesterday and today I ended up not even fdeeding him for one of the feeds and just give him solids instead. I expressed off that feed and got 80mls. It may be the beginning of the end for us too. But then, I think that maybe he is a bit exhausted with the feeding because of the stuffiness in his nose, so I don't want to miss the feeds entirely (ie not express) in case he comes back looking for them and my milk starts to drop off. MInd you, it might mean TTC #2 becomes a bit easier!! . Oh BTW, will send the cheque on Thursday.

    Brooke, that baby of yours is a champ. Now she's walking?? OMG. Pup has only just master rolling from his back to his front (he still can't go the other way!! LOL). I bought the Tiny hands book and poster that Kate referred to. Haven't got it yet so can;t tell you what it's like.

    Well, my back is not 100% but it is significantly better. Feels a lot freer IYKWIM? I know exactly what you mean Kate about your back hurting when you pick up Kelse. Same here with Pup. But today was one of the first pain reduced days I had lately in picking him up - I'm noticing it more now he is weighing a TON! Masseur also recommended I see an oestopath which I might also so. Think I might also get back into yoga if i can find a class that suits my time frame.

    Hayseed

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