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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: Kate
    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:
    Notes: __________________________________________________ __________

    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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    HERE is where you left off

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    woohoo! I'm first. Yippee!!!!

    Although, damn already forgotton what was happening in the last thread
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    Hayseed - we didn't think Al would crawl as he has become a fast and effective commando. But he has worked it out now and is every day crawling properly a little more and more. So it may still happen for Thomas. Congrats on him pulling himself up for the first time. WTG pup!

    Brooke - checked the website and you're looking fab! Good on you. Maya sure has a lot of toys in her pram. What a cutie.

    Bel - can't help with diet for head size. As Brooke said try Google - the answers are out there. Can't imagine what you eat to make your head bigger??? Would turning him upside down help? Joking.. don't worry about it. Surely its a natural thing and he looks good in his photos.

    Kate - hope you're going well honey.

    Mel - those tanties sound terrible. Glad that you managed to get through that tough period with your sanity.

    Who would have thought motherhood would offer so many challenges? I think I was a little naive before. It has been a terrific journey thus far.

    I wonder if this is too off topic. But what brought you to BB?
    For me - I was online looking for advice when I found out I was pregnant. I was feeling terribly depressed and petrified about having a baby. This forum has been a great place for me since then to find information about motherhood and also now to have a special online mother's group. I actually feel in touch with the latest news about mothering in Australia while I am on the other side of the world.

    Hey - my birthday tomorrow! We will be busy so catch you sunday.

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    Brooke, Pup definately stood up holding onto something. He is far too wobbly to do it on his own. In fact, he can only stand holding on (by himself) about 4 times out of 10. And nup, Pup is not a particularly snuggly baby either. Now that he is able to move under his own steam, he wriggles and twists to be down on the floor. Sometimes I just give him big huge cuddles to tease him !!!! :smt016

    Kate, WTG at the Mattel outlet. Where is it? I know of the big factory on the ring road. I had no idea about the ticket business tho. God, I wish I knew someone who was selling them. Mind you, it is 2.5 hours for us to get to Melb, so for just an hours shopping, that is a bit of a hassle. But the bargains....I can easily see how you could spend so much as a lot of that stuff is coded for kids ages, so you could easily buy in advance for birthdays, christmases etc.,..

    Deb, sorry NFI about what to eat to enlarge your head. Me thinks that DH's diet should have been restricted when he was a baby then!! He has a BIG head!!!

    What bought me to BB? Well, after having my 5th failed pg and 3 gos on IVF, I went to Nick Lolatgis for a second opnion. My cousin has been to him and now has 2 kids. Anyway, after my visit, it turned out that I was pg (my 6th...it failed too) anyway and when I rang Nick to tell him, he sent me a whole lot of stuff in the mail for hospital admissions etc, and in the info pack was a card advertising BB. I dunno what made me actually get online and look it up, but I guess that I figured that I had got as much info from other areas, I might as well check this one out. I had no idea what it was really about, and like you all, have found huge support for my TTC journey, pg and now baby rearing! I can't imagine now not having this outlet in my life.

    Anyway, I said I would fill you all in on the BF situation...well, the midday feed has become an absolute nightmare feed. Pup is squealing, crying, wriggling, hugely distracted, has started biting all the time, only sucks for about 1 minute on each side. It just [email protected] me out. I was convinced that he wasn't getting that much anyway, so I rang my MCHN and explained the situation. I told her how it was near impossible for me to feed him outside of the house at this time (ie. in a mothers room in a shopping centre) as he will not concentrate. It was stressing me out and becoming quite unpleasant. She said to just drop it. I was concerned that my milk supply would fall away fpor the night feed (about 7.30pm) wihtout stimulation during the day (I would thus be going from about 8am through to 7.30pm) but she said she believed that by now my body should be able to cope with the stretched out feeds and still provvide him with ample. I was also surprised that she said that I don't need to now provide a milk drink top supplement that midday feed (ie formula) as he is probably gettign enough milky stuff as it is apart from the bbob feeds(yep, he is. He gets whole milk on his cereal and when I "water" down food such as pumpkin, I always use milk. Also, I use the milk straight out of the vat - norty, I know, but we drink it too - so it is pretty high in fat).

    So after the phone call to her, I had resolved to cut out the midday feed............until when it came time to not give the feed. And I couldn't do it!!!! I actually gave him a later boob feed (about 2pm) and he actually drank better. Go figure. But I will be cutting that feed out, and I always intended to anyway when he was 10 months (because of needing to really get into the TTC #2 thing). I think this midday feed is more for my welfare than his!!

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    Hi there,

    Thanks for the birthday wishes. It was one of the best ever. Lots of presents and good times were had with the little family here. We also had a small celebration with some friends in the afternoon - cake and champagne - yay!! It was the warmest day so far this year (about 17 degrees!) and sunshine. So it was like a miracle. Back to drizzle and freezing again today, so we were lucky yesterday.

    Al is crawling properly now most of the time. He was pretty grizzly on and off today - I reckon its his teeth again. We may finally see some new teeth - he's had just the 2 bottom ones since January. He is a pretty cuddly baby. But he is also often too busy to hang around for a longer cuddle - something better comes along. So somewhere in the middle on that one.

    Kate - glad to hear you're sounding well. Must help that Kelsey is sleeping better. Funny how she is settling better at night now she is moving. She probably has been tossing and turning about how she will manage it! Good girl Kelse. You did a good shop too. Al has some Little People at the Carnival and he loves it. They seem to be a good buy as they generally play with the LP from 3 yrs up I think. But the Ferris Wheel has lights and music so he spends a bit of time with that already now. We will probably buy more of those I reckon.

    Hayseed - I remember how it felt dropping b-feeds and it was terribly difficult for me as well. sorry that its been stressful for you both. Perhaps he just isn't hungry at that earlier time you were offering it? I'm sure that you will work it out.
    BTW we are on 3 ff a day - approx 8am - 3pm - 8pm. I'm not sure when I am supposed to cut out the middle of the day milk feed, but I am surprised the MCHN is recommending it for pup already. But perhaps it is a difference bw breast and formula thing... :-k

    Brooke - I reckon commando crawling is crawling. But I am no expert . Great that Maya is sleeping for you. Yay!

    Hi everyone else.

    Back to the books now. I am moving up and onto Level 8 in my course tomorrow. Only 12 weeks to go and I am beginning to get more fluent finally. Slowly slowly.

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    Deb, good luck with the study. I first found BB when a friend of mine told me about the TTC articles etc, and I just wandered into the forums for a quick looky, and here I am years later, still hanging around. I just love it, couldn't live without it. You girls in here help me out so much, its a wonderful resource!

    Hayseed, it was me who was asking about the increasing the bubs head size thing, Coby has a small head that has been commented on by 3 health professionals, but no mention of what to do about it, so I was asking the girls in here if they had any ideas....

    Kate, wow that warehouse thing sounds fantastic. We have one here in Newcastle, but you have to have an ABN to go there, which we do, so I'm going to go there shortly to shop for Coby's birthday presents. They are much cheaper than the shops and they stock all the latest products. Its fantastic. Glad you are ok with the PG, I don't get much of a chance to catch up on the other posts in here at the moment, so thanks for filling me in in this thread.

    Brooke, sounds like Maya and Coby are up to the same sorts of things, he is standing for a few seconds without holding on too, its a bit scary still though... Yes Im pretty sure that crawling is crawling and that includes commando. I think they define it as any sort of movement where they really motor along, you know, get around the house without too much bother. I don't think Coby will ever crawl properly, I reckon he'll go from commandoing to walking. There are babies out there that scoot along on their bums and that's classed as crawling....

    Coby's not a cuddly boy at all, wish he were though!! He gets sooky, and wants to be picked up, but even when I pick him up he pushes away cause there's always something better to look at/do. I just get my cuddles and kisses when I can though, I sneak 'em in!!

    Mel, did you do anything for Adara's 2nd birthday?

    Coby is still in 000 pants and 00 tops, what are your kids into these days??

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    Hi Ya'll
    Brooke, Glad Maya is at least sleeping every second night, just need it to happen all the time LOL Yep commando crawling is classified "real crawling' as tehy are moving themselves some kids never "real" crawl. My nephew bum shuffled until he walked!!! Dion is a typicall bub and "cuddles" for a short period, then its off exploring!!!

    Deb, glad you had a great B'day. Dion has one LP set too, but Rianna has 4 so between them they have the zoo, the ferris wheel, the playground, the castle, and the garage, so LP are everywhere in my house ( I have a little set of drawers to keep the people etc in) and the sets live under Riannas cot, the two of them love to play with them, and Rianna is 2 1/2 so they will last Al ages!!! Yippee for moving up to level 8!!!

    Kate, I'm glad Kelsey is sleeping better, sometimes its the exercise they need once they get moving to help. WOW that outlet sounds cool, I've never been there!

    Hay, good to hear pups really on the go now. Its fun to tease them sometimes isnt it Dont stress tooo much about the feeds, your bb's will adjust for what you and pup need. Dion still feeds 4-5 times most days, unless we are out ( he wont feed inpublic either) and then he might only have 2 feeds, I figure if he was hungry he'd ask ( he pulls on my shirt or sucks my neck as indicators) Good luck TTC

    I found BB when I was on the hunt for info on vbacs, it didnt have much to offer for that. but by then I was hooked.

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    Kate if you are worried, the hospital dont mind checking it out. But I find that when its still early, you dont feel them all the time, because they are so mobile( lotsa room in there) and if they are pointing towards your spine you dont feel it as easy as there are not many nerves back there. Also when you have another little one to run after you would be having movements, but are not feeling them as you are distracted IYKWIM?
    Have you tried lying down with a glass of ice water. I never felt the littlies move until afternoon, when twins resting, and I would sit down with my feet up and an icy drink ( it helps) then I would feel movements.
    Thinking of you.

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    Oh Brooke that's terrible about your Nanna, hope she's on the mend soon enough. You'll have to make her some anzac cookies or something.... Glad Maya's sleeping is getting better for you, you are gonna need it if you are looking after your nanna too.

    Kate, Im still here, just busy I guess. Everyone has sorta dropped off haven't they! Im so glad all is well with the baby, what a relief! I always say, the worrying starts as soon as you conceive that baby and it never ends!

    Coby's tooth up the top has finally broken through. We had some bleeding gums and everything last night, was a bit scary at first I thought he'd bit his tongue or something, but turned out to be a piece of his gum coming away...FINALLY!!!

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    Kate we are happy to hear of your pg journey too!!!

    Brooke, hugs for you and your nanna

    Bel, hi

    cant stay long gotta go to work soon,
    TBH I cant read the stories in the loss section, I end up blubbering for hours, and sometimes I feel Im intruding coz Ive never experienced anything like the girls go through IYKWIM

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    Just sticking my head in to say hi. Have an external exam today and tomorrow (written today, oral tomorrow) so am panicking, of course. As well as procrastinating, a lot.

    Kate - great the appointment showed everything is fine with the little one in your belly.

    Brooke - hugs to nanna. With the hip surgeries these days she should feel better than ever in no time. Hope that she lets you help her organise her apartment. She will miss you when you move out of there!

    Bel - yay for Coby's top tooth!!

    Vanita, Hayseed, Mel, Megan and anyone else I forgot...HI!

    All good here. Al was laughing his head off watching me try and blow up a balloon today...then we played with it for a while which was the best thing ever.... until it POPPED! He went very pale, but I think was too shocked to cry. Suddenly it was gone...and then forgotten.

    He's walking by himself with the wagon now...or should I say running as he is pretty out of control.

    Eating lots and sleeping well. Still ? about teeth coming or not.

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    Passed the oral test. Still haven't found out if I passed the written section. But the worst is over for now.

    Forgot to thank those that responded to my question concerning what brought you here. It is interesting to find out that we have all quite different reasons for coming to the forum.

    Al is standing up in his cot, singing out and bobbing around - he should be sleeping! As much as I love him to bits, I really look forward to when he goes to sleep! Better go, I'm being summoned...

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    WOOHOO Deb, well done on passing the test!! Hope your next set of results are just as good!! WTG Al on standing and pushing his wagon. They're so funny at this age aren't they!!

    We have mothers group today, not sure if I mentioned this earlier or not, but one of the mothers in the group is ALWAYS bigging her little girl up, saying that she's the most fantastic thing since sliced bread, every time we go, the little girl is doing something else that is WAY more fantastic than anything anyone elses baby is doing. Its getting really annoying!! Like last time, she told us that her daughter could swim the length of the pool with floaties on, bu11$hit! I went to swimming classes, and she just floats, just like ALL the other babies!! Then she tried to tell us that her daughter can say "good girl", yeah right, might sound like it, but she wouldn't actually be saying it. Arrgghhh, some people really frustrate me. They always look at Coby as if he's strange because he's not up to some of the things their kids are, because he was a month early, but they obviously forget that. He is up with the majority of the things they are doing, and he is up to what all the littlies in here are doing, so he can't be too far behind. Their bubs are just SUPER!!! Does anyone else have this problem with mothers group?

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    Hi girls,

    can't talk and reply right now as we are on dial up and things are VERY slow here (I sympathise with you girls that are on dial up...it would drive me crazy using it full time!!). But I had to get on and tell you that Pup has cut a tooth!!! Yay. It is one of the bottom ones. And we've had no tears, no red bum, no dribbling....nothing. Only found it when he bit down on my mum's finger (for some unfathamable reason, she is always sticking her fingers in his gob! I secretly think that she was hoping to be the first one to find a tooth...and she was!)

    Anyway, hope you're all well. Just getting this screen up has taken over 15 minutes, so you imagine my frustration at the dial up thing atm!!!

    Hopefully our normal internet connection will be restored ASAP, but I think it is going to take a visit from a computer tech to get it fixed. DH is a computer nerd himself and even he doesn't know what is wrong. GULP! This could mean BIG bucks.......

    Speak soon...

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    Oooh Kate honey, I know exactly how you feel, I had a severe case of gastro when pg with Rianna, the scariest thing for me, was Dh was away for work ( for 4 months of the pg, he came back 10 days before she was born) and I had to try look after the twins as well as be violently ill, it was awful, I was frightened that I would MC as the stomach cramps were so severe. Glad Dh could take the time off work to look after you both, and take it slowly and gently, will take a while to be up to par again.

    Deb, what a champ is Al, I keep meaning to get the walker out of the garage and clean it up for my buddy boy, but keep forgetting I love their little faces when the balloon pops, just wait til he bites one and it pops in his mouth- really scary for them. well done on the test

    Hay, YEAHA ON the tooth, WTG PUP =D> =D> =D> And good on ya Mum!!!
    we have only just got broadband, have been on dial up for the last yr or so. frustating isnt it, well hopefully its not a super prob, just a faulty modem or something ( I dont understand computers at all)

    Brooke, hope Maya is still improving with the sleeps

    Bel, Oh she's just an insecure person, who thinks noone will like her if she's not "special" gotta feel sorry for the woman really, I mean Who Gives A...? All kids develop at their own speed and thats GOOD!!!!! I must admit I have perfected the look that says "REALLY???" ( Full of BS) and a few people I know that do the whole "crow" thing I look at them and they usually look away and mumble about how its possible LOL!!

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    Know I was last here, but just want to share, we have just got home from taking Dion to the A&E. He crawled onto a staple, and it embedded into his knee, we managed to get it out, but it wasnt whole, and we werent sure if it was broken first, or if it was in his knee, so he had xrays to see. He's fine its not there, but I can just see my future, as he has split his lip 3 times now, his gums twice, and his head juts about always has a lump on it UGH its going to be plaster for this little lad methinks !!!!

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    oh no Vanita, that's scary!! I bet Dion cried heaps when he crawled onto that staple...Coby's the same, always bumping something - I guess its a boy thing? Or is it all babies?? And yes, you're right about the girl at mothers group being insecure. I've given her the look of "yeah right" a few times, I guess I need to perfect it like you have to have any sort of affect on her though....I'll keep trying!!

    Brooke, how's your nanna? I've been thinking about her, the poor thing, its gonna be a tough few months for her (and you). How's Maya's routine? Back on track yet?

    Hayseed, WTG on the tooth! come back in as soon as you can..

    Kate, I had a bout of food poisoning when pregnant with Coby, it was so scary, I have never felt so ill in all my life and the cramps were unbearable. I also thought I was going to miscarry, very scary indeed.

    Coby and I went to DH's football today and had a nice day in the sunshine with some friends and some bubs, was a good day to get out of the house and sniff the clear air!! Coby was very tired tonight though, he never sleeps when we are out now, I try to get a few good sleeps in before we go out if we have to go anywhere for any length of time.

    Coby is going really well, his appetite has increased finally and he's not as clingy as he has been thank goodness, so hard to get anything done with a baby in your arms all day!!

    Hope you are all well and hi to all those girls who are just "watching" but haven't got time to come in and chat. Come back soon....

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    Hi girls, we're back :smt039 ! Computer problem turned out to be a faulty cable between the computer and the modem. DH fixed it himself so no need to get IT person out to fix it. Phew.

    But....heaps to do now on computer and lots to read, so I can't stay on long now either! Sheesh.... but

    ugh to Dion crawling on a staple. In the past (pre kids) we were not too careful about stuff lying around on the floor. Now that Pup is mobile and into everything, we have to be so vigilant abotu stuff lying around...even small stuff like discards from the office (like staples!). Even mud that falls out of our shoes ends up in his mouth! Nice!!!

    I've never had food poisoning and whilst I'm sure I've had a bout of gastro, it would have been a loooong time ago. So sympathies to you Kate. I wonder if pg women tend to get gastro type symptoms more often that non pg women because they are pg. You know, the bodies way of getting rid of something potentially nasty before it can affect the unborn bub?? :-k

    Sorry gals.....that's all I have time for right now.....CU all soon.

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