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

    Please leave your details in the same format as those below and your moderator of this forum will get them added for you.

    Please Note Your name will be removed if you have not posted in this thread for over 2 months

    July '05

    Forum Name:
    State:
    Baby's DOB:
    Gender of Baby: Boy / Girl
    Baby Name(s):
    Baby's Website:
    Health Concerns: (e.g. eczema, reflux, colic)
    Notes: (e.g. 9 days early, breech etc.)

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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 Name(s): 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 Name: Jake Paul
    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 Name(s): Coleman Philip (Cole for short)
    Baby's Website: www.babysites.com/sites/cazoraz
    Health Concerns:(e.g. eczema, reflux, colic) - torticollis in the neck
    Notes: (e.g. 9 days early, breech etc.) - 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 Name(s): 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 05
    Baby's Stats: Weight 3130g (6lb 14oz) - Length 49cm- Head Circ - 33.5cm
    Gender of Baby: Girl
    Baby Name(s): Amy Jade
    Baby's Website: http://www.comcen.com.au/~winston/
    Health Concerns: (e.g. eczema, reflux, colic) None
    Notes: (e.g. 9 days early, breech etc.) 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 Name(s): 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 Name(s): Kelsey Shayne
    Baby's Website: http://www.babiesonline.com/babies/o/ourone/
    Health Concerns:
    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 Name(s): Alexander Rohan
    Baby's Website: www.mikaidt.dk/2005/birth
    Health Concerns: (e.g. eczema, reflux, colic)
    Notes: (e.g. 9 days early, breech etc.)
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    Forum Name: Mumofbundlezofjoy
    State: Victoria
    Baby's DOB: 19th July 2005
    Stats: 4625gms, 52.5cm, 36cm head circumfrence
    Gender: Boy
    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 Name(s): 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 (but should have been born in early October)
    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 Name(s): Fergus Calvin
    Baby's Website: none yet
    Health Concerns: extreme prematurity; reflux, colic
    Notes: After a complicated pregnancy (bleeding heavily from week 5 'til week 19, slow leak of amniotic fluid from week 19, total rupture of membrane at 24wks) Fergus was born 11 weeks premature by emergency caesarean. He was very sick at birth. Very low birthweight (1010g); low apgars (1 at 1 min and 6 at 5 mins); severe respiratory distress; an infection, anaemia & severe jaundice (requiring phototherapy for 3 weeks and four blood transfusions); pulmonary hypertension; patent ductus arteriosus and hypospadias. He was admitted to the NICU from theatre suffering severe hyaline membrane disease requiring treatment with surfactant; received high frequency ventilation for 40 hours; regular ventilation for 5 days, and CPAP for 16 days. He was weaned to air after 24 days. He suffered from recurrent apnoea and bradycardia. He had a grade 1 intraventricular haemmorrhage on the left and a grade 2 on the right. He was discharged from hospital after 63 days in the NICU. He's been admitted back to hospital once since his original discharge and is now hopefully home for good.
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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 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 Name(s): 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
    Babys 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:
    Notes: Born by vacuum extraction due to mums very high bp and Zane's lowered heart rate.

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    Hi Guys,
    I haven't posted for a while but thought this might be good time to get back into it!
    I hope you and your respective bundles of joy are cruising along nicely.
    Sarah is doing well. Sleeping 9 hours straight every night (apart from last night when she pooed at 2am!) and having 6 breastfeeds per day.
    Have you guys given any thought to when you might try solids?
    Sarah is 4 months old on the 19th and I don't think she ready just yet but I'm not sure she'll make it to 6 months without something more substantial than milk.
    She's such a chubby little thing (6.8kg) and has just started laughing out loud, picking up toys, trying to sit up on her own etc, but she hates tummy time and won't have a bar of it.
    Anyway, that's our update, I can't wait to catch up with everyone else!

    PS Mod, can you update Sarah's details say that she wore the hip harness for 5 weeks. Having follow up x rays until walking. Ta.x

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    All updated for you Layla and good to see you posting back in the Baby Buddy forums

    Love

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    Hi Layla and Kate!

    Layla - I started giving Al a little bit of rice cereal in the morning from the day after his 4 month birthday. He seemed to be looking for something more, in my opinion. And I think I did the right thing, he enjoys it so much that he is grabbing the plate afterwards to eat it as well!

    Last night Al had a bottle of formula for the first time. He had his milk feed with DH while I was at shcool, then was apparently crying for more. So he had another 100mls of formula. He still did his usual wake up times of around 11 and 3 for his feeds (little greedy guts). He did something unusual and just vomited now most of his 7am feed, so he was full of milk! No rice until later today.
    I thought he might sleep longer with the formula in his belly :-k
    Layla we have only had 2 nights where he slept through the 3am feed and didn't wake up until the morning.

    Kate - are you stil doing Baby Boot Camp? I am only managing one exercise class a week, so I feel quite unfit. I can't wait to get to the beach when I come to Oz. How's Kelsey, I look forward to catching up.

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    Hi July Buddies,

    Kathryn, great idea to change the format. It was so hard to keep up so I just gave up but I did miss everyone's news.

    I am back at work full time and only have 2 hrs with Amy at night so my BB time is limited. Amy is doing really well and she slept for 12 hours last night. She has been sleeping through from 7:30 till 8am for about 3-4 weeks and it is great and she would wake for an 11pm 'dream' feed. We now give her a big bottle at 5pm, feed her at 8pm and she goes till the morning. She usually stirs at 5am and moves around the cot but she stays in bed till 8am. DH is a SAHD and doing a fantastic job! Amy sleeps on her belly and can't roll back yet but rolls easily on her belly.

    Layla - Great to hear Sarah is doing well and that she didn't have the harness on for long. We are starting Amy on rice cereal on Sat as she has been watching us eat intently for a few weeks. We are going to take it slow but she is definately ready. Isn't it the best when they laugh! Amy does belly laughs and it is great.

    Kate - A pesonal trainer you should be fit and lose weight in no time. Are you still TTC in Dec/Jan? We are starting this month CD14 and should be O in the next day or two - well we have started TTC.

    Deb - I haven't caught up on the 3-6mth thread, when are you coming to Oz?

    Look forward to keeping up now with my baby buddies so will chat soon. DH is out walking the dogs, Amy is in bed so it's a perfect time to post.

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    Gemma, I agree, this format should be much easier to keep up with.
    I can't believe you are TTC again already! Good on you. I couldn't imagine being pg again so soon, but then I couldn't imagine being pg ever again full stop! [-( We've definately finished.
    It sounds like Amy is doing great! Sarah isn't rolling yet, but then my other kids weren't big rollers either. They just sat up and crawled!

    Kate, I admire you for being so commited to getting into shape. I keep saying "tomorrow" but then I go and buy a block of Top Deck chocolate! 8-[
    I'm glad Kelsey has settled into a routine for you, it makes life so much easier doesn't it?

    Deb, I know how hard it is to have a bub who won't sleep through. My other two were like that. I don't know what it is with Sarah but I think maybe I'm just lucky. I really appreciate how good she is and I'm so [-o< that she continues to sleep so well.
    Are you going to keep going with the formula?


    When Sarah was about 9 weeks old I read both Gina Ford and Tracey Hogg's books. I picked the bits that I thought made sense from each book and combined them to come up with a sleep/feed routine that works for us. Sarah took to it straight away. I've managed to bring her last feed at night forward to 10am so we get 9 hours straight from 10pm- 7am.
    (I know some of you were discussing these books a while back.)
    We also bought the Fisher Price Ocean Wonders Aquarium for Sarah's cot and it's been the best thing! She falls asleep every time looking at the fish swimming around!
    Can you tell I'm quite impressed with my little girl being so good? LOL
    It's such a change for me, my older two kids were hopeless at going to sleep on their own and didn't sleep for more than a couple of hours at a time in their cots.

    After hearing what you guys are doing I think I'll try Sarah on some rice cereal on the weekend and see what she thinks. I'm also going to let her have a go at drinking some cooled boiled water out of a cup. (I bought the Heinz 4 months + cup.)

    I hope you are all having a good day!

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    Deb, I just checked out your website!
    Al is so gorgeous!
    What beautiful eyes!

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    Hello July mummies! This might be easier to keep track of, the other threads always move too fast for me!

    Just updating my details:

    Forum Name: cazoraz
    State: Langwarrin, VIC
    Baby's DOB: 1st July, 2005
    Gender of Baby: Boy
    Baby Name(s): Coleman Philip (Cole for short)
    Baby's Website: www.babysites.com/sites/cazoraz
    Health Concerns: (e.g. eczema, reflux, colic) - torticollis in the neck
    Notes: (e.g. 9 days early, breech etc.) - born on his due date!

    I'll be back to do personals later. We are on dial-up speed at the moment since we've somehow managed to exceed our broadband limit this month, and I dont have the patience for it!

    Hope everyone is having a good day!
    xxxCaz

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    Great to hear you are all enjoying the new format. I think it has been well received across most of the forums.

    I have updated your details for you Caz.

    Love

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    Kate- Sean is our eldest, he's 10. Then we have Kate (Katherine really) who is 7 and a half. (She keeps telling me the "half" counts!)
    We had decided two was enough but then when Kate was about 5 I started to think maybe one more would be nice.
    It took a while to finally take the plunge but Sarah is finally here and I'm so incredibly glad that we had the guts to do it again. The big age gap is great too. It's nice to see the older kids interact with her, and they are so in love with her. It's like she has 4 parents sometimes.
    I totally understand how you feel about your weight/shape. I'm trying to be good and lose weight but being at home more these days it's all too easy to snack throughout the day. I didn't put on much weight while pg (and lost it all immediately) but I was about 5kg overwight to start with. #-o
    Good luck TTC, I really hope it all happens easily for you.

    Hi Caz! Can I ask, what is torticollis?

    I'm a bit worried about Sarah actually. She has a chesty cough, (no runny nose or temp) and she's not very happy. She's also been pooing every couple of hours and seems to be finding it a bit distressing. (Not constipated though.) I might take her to a doctor in the morning.

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    Layla - torticollis is where the muscles in one side of the nexk are weak so the baby tilts their head to one side and not the other. We noticed it in Cole at 4months, he always turned to the right, never the left, and the dr checked him out & said it was torticollis. So we just have to do a few exercises with him to help the muscles stretch and strengthen on his left, and do lots of tummy time and playing on his left side to encourage him to look that way. After a week he seemed better already, now he seems totally fine.

    Kate - great idea to do your own firsts book, can i have a squizz too?

    xxxCaz

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    hi fellow mums with 4 monthers.

    oscar and i might join you guys in here i found the other forum a bit confusing too.

    hi layla so nice to catch up again. glad sarah is doing so well and that the hip thingy has sorted itself out now.

    caz that's great the exercises are working for cole's neck. that must have been scarey for you initially.

    kate that's amazing kelsey is pulling her legs up already that is a sign of almost ready to crawl isn't it?

    gemma you're amazing back at work again. it's great amy is doing so well how are you?

    deb when are you coming back to the land of oz - soon?

    oscar had some screaming going on the last couple of days took him to the dr and she couldn't find anything so she referred him to the emergency dept. he was diagnosed with an ear infection poor bubba. none of my bubbas were this sick so young. he is on antibiotics (cringe - he really needs them) finally today he has stopped screaming in pain and is his usual happy, placid self - thank goodness. he is breastfeeding on demand still and i haven't introduced solids yet. layla you said sarah is 6.8kg well oscar is a whole kilo lighter he's only 5.8kg - he is a feather weight. he is rolling all over the place and has been for a few weeks - i didn't realise this was early. looking forward to getting to know you all.

    love beckles

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    poor kelsey what's with the pooh playing hide and seek! i hope you find something to help her kate that's horrible is there baby laxatives?

    beckles

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    Oh poor Kelsey. Kate, give her lower back a nice rub and make it warm there, it might help her relax to her bowel a bit. Not much else to suggest. Its something that will pass, so :hugs: for you for now.

    Hi Bec, sorry to hear about Oscar's ear infection and what a stress out for you to end up in the ER with your little one. Poor little love. Glad that he's on the mend now. What a champ to be rolling everywhere!

    Al has managed tummy to back about 5 times now, very randomly and accidently. He is bringing knees in and he is also moving backwards, when lying on his tum. Another new thing is he's begun fighting with his toys! crying and pulling at them and eating them, it all looks terribly frustrating for him. I am reading it as either hunger, tiredness or teething. Maybe all 3? Who knows?

    We don't drive a car here, although we have one, it isn't something one uses day to day when you live in this town. People are either on a bike or pushing a pram. Well from the beginning Al has not enjoyed being put into the pram. And to this day, when I put him in I get screaming for at least 5 minutes. Then he's right. Asleep usually or lying there. But its SO stressful. I'm sure the neighbours think I must be killing the baby, he is so loud!! Really! His scream is blood curdling! I have tried a lot of different ways to get him in the pram, but he seems to feel he has to protest. So stubborn! But we are in it everyday, for a walk. I wish he would stop doing that though!

    Beckles and Gemma, we will be in Sydney by mid December. Then Adelaide for Xmas and back to Sydney for the whole of Jan. Can't wait! It's bloody freezing here suddenly.

    Caz - great that you were able to get Cole's neck muscles strenghtened with the exercises. Good on you!!

    Layla - we intend to keep giving bubby some formula. Mainly because I am not able to express enough for him when I'm at school at night. Last night, DH mixed formula with EBM! I told him not to do it because I didn't read it as something to do anywhere! He is just too creative sometimes!!!

    You're lucky Sarah is so good and got into a great sleeping routine so well. I think Al with his colic in the first few months has learnt some terrible sleeping habits. I have tried Gina's routines too but it just couldn't work for him. He does go to bed at 7 amd wake at 7 generally. But everything in between is a bit random (except for bedtime routine).

    Gotta go - mum is on Skype.

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    Beckles- I've missed you girl! It's so good to hear that Oscar is doing well. (Apart from the ear infection.) How are Josh and Zak doing?
    I'd love to see a photo of Oscar if you have time.
    Sarah is quite "ample" (as my neighbour politely told me, better than saying fat I suppose!) just like my other two were as babies. It's funny though considering that when we were pg the doc's were telling you you were having a mammoth baby and I was having a little tiddler.

    Caz - Thanks for the explanation. I know someone else whose baby has the same thing, I just didn't know that's what it was called. I'm glad it all seems to have sorted itself out anyway.

    Kate - Sarah is okay thanks. We did take her to the doc just to be sure she didn't have any sort of infection but it turns out she's fine. The cough will just have to go away on it's own and the doc seemed to think that the reason for her funny poos and tummy pains could be something I ate or a hormonal change in me. I didn't think that was likely but then this afternoon lo and behold- AF turns up for the first time since having Sarah!
    I'm amazed that it can affect my milk like that! I wonder if it will happen every month. :-k
    Poor little Kelsey, being all bunged up like that. I'm so glad she got it out. Hopefully she'll be alright now. It must have been awful watching her like that.

    Deb-Sarah does the fighting with the toys thing too! LOL. I find it's when she's had the same toy for more than a couple of minutes and gets bored/ frustrated with it. It's definately worse when she's tired though.
    I can also relate to the hating the pram thing. Sarah was like that for ages but she's so much better since we've sat her up more. She will not lie in her pram unless she's fallen asleep sitting up and I lay it down without her noticing. I think she's just too nosey to lie down in it, she wants to see what's going on.
    Have you put some toys in the pram to distract Al while you put him in?
    I guess he'll get over it eventually.
    LOL @ your DH mixing the EBM and formula! Did Al like it?
    I know we are lucky with Sarah's sleep/ feed routine. Gina's routine was too strict for us and Sarah needs one more feed per day than Gina allows, but I did learn alot from her book. I still believe, though, that you have to do whatever feels right and works for you and your baby, even if it's nothing like "the books".
    It sounds (and looks) like you guys are doing a great job!

    Anyway, better go and get the kids to bed, I want to do some Christmas present wrapping tonight.

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    Finally back again.

    That's great about Kelsey's poo Kate - I didn't see your edit until now. IKWYM about being happy with a poo.

    Gemma - sounds like Amy is doing really well. Wonderful that you are working and DH is doing a great job being a SAHD. I hope Amy enjoys the solids as much as Al is over here.

    Layla - good to know Sarah is having the same dramas with her toys now and then too! I agree tiredness plays a big part. Thanks for the tips with the pram. I will try distracting him with a toy - good idea. I have tried sitting him up and it didn't seem to make a difference.
    It is getting very cold here and he is quite bundled in there. So perhaps he is simply feeling too warm, until we get moving in the cold air. I think he'll enjoy sitting up in it a lot more next month when he can spread out and soak up some warm summer air in Australia.
    Thats nice of you to compliment Al's eyes. He is often told 'what big eyes you have' or 'he has such soulful eyes' when people meet him. Of course I agree!

    Its cool to finally be able to catch up with everyone's news!
    I think this (4 months) is such a cute age.

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    kate i'm glad kelsey had her pooh poor bubba. no more constipation for babys

    deb i hope to go to sweden with just oscar in jan. i have relos there and i have just found out i have another brother who is 60 (father's whoopsy before he came out here and married my mum 1 year later) as if i need another brother isn't 6 enough now i have 7!!!!!

    layla josh and zak are great loving oscar and happy as. how are sean and kate the same i bet oh not oscar but sarah!!!! buggar about af - i didn't get mine after zak until he was nearly 3! hope its the same this time - although you probably didn't want to hear that!

    caz i just realised that cole and oscar are twins!

    well oscar is alot better today happy and his usual placid self - yay no more crying. ok gotta go and play with kids and dh they have started a game of hide and seek it's not fair oscar gives me away!

    love beckles

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    Hi all!

    beckles - WOOHOO for 1st of July babies! Was Oscar due on teh 1st? Cole was, I couldn't believe he was born on his EDD! Arent our boys clever being born on the first day of the financial year? Makes life easier dont you think? Now I dont have to count how many days of the year and all that stuff for our tax returns!

    Kate - poor Kelsey, constipation sucks! My mum tells me that when I was a little baby I was constipated a lot, to the point of having to go to hospital and getting it flushed out 8-[ She used to lay me over her knees and rub my lower back and bum with moisturising cream like a massage to help bring it down. She also gave me lots of fruit, is Kelsey on fruit yet or just cereal? She might just be getting clogged up with the formula & cereal in her system maybe...what formula are you on? Hope if sorts itself out soon!

    sunbeam koala - that must be really annoying your baby doesnt want to be in the pram, especially if you dont drive much! Cole used to be fine in it, and I would take him to uni in it and he would nap and everything - until he hit 3months and now he refuses to nap in it and doesnt want it lying down either, but in the upright position! They can be so stubborn cant they?

    xxxCaz

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