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    Default Babies Born July 2007 #17

    This thread is for parents who's baby was born in July 2007.

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    There are many issues that you will encounter as a new parent. We have put together this list of useful articles and threads in order to assist you with some common questions or issues you may have, and to provide you with bit of extra support that we all need as new parents:

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    Starting Solids - When Is My Baby Ready?
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    Just checking in so I don't miss out on anything with Ethan and Jess.

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    But mushrooms are so...meaty! How can you not love them? LOL

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    I think it will be a while Mel, he wasn't having the surgery until 11pm.

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    OMG Jess,I know you've left, but I've just caught up on the days posts, what a terrible, terrible thing for you to have to deal with. I'm so glad you had a good doctor & that they seem to be on top of things for you, but it breaks my heart to think of little Ethan being so ill. Sending big to both of you. And also to your DH, cos I'm sure he'll be beside himself too. Take care, and I wish your little man a speedy recovery.

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    Jess - hugs to you and Ethan Hope his surgery goes really well and that he recovers soon.

    AMM - thanks for your comment about my painting.

    Re lentils - I think that technically you should introduce them at 8-9 months, but we gave them to Diana at about 6 months and she loves them.

    Hi to everyone else. I really have to make more of an effort to keep up.

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    Raels- The childrens hosp say 6-8 months, as long as they are eating rice cereal and fruit and veges okay.

    Sacha- Mushies- I am pretty sure you can introduce them now, as long as they are cooked (I would also make sure you remove the skin and stems before cooking).

    Lol at the mushroom comments! I love tehm to bits, and If I was vegetarian I would be so okay with that having to eat them everynight!

    Starfish- How is the job front going?
    Last edited by blueflower; February 18th, 2008 at 09:20 PM.

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    Mushrooms....gag !!!!!

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    Oh Megan, you don't know what you're missing LOL

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    Oh and thanks Sara I'm going to give them a try soon. I think she's gonna love those juicy fungi hey Megan?

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    Just another change of topic, sorry, but I think AF is very very near for me
    I can't complain really- its been over 18months Yeah!
    I was just wondering is there any specific things that you can't use? sorry for stupid question, but are things back to normal completly in that ahm.. region?

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    LOL at stirring the NON MUSHROOM EATERS OF TEH jULY BB THREAD!!!!
    I think mushies should be mandatory for everyone to eat!

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    Sara, I had a CS so I'm fine with tampons. I assume it would be ok for you if you've healed properly. Maybe someone else would be better to answer but I just can't seem to tear myself away tonight. A life? What's that?

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    Megan - I'm with you, mushrooms are just wrong. eeeeew

    Sara - lucky you, I have had AF 5 times since Oliver was born!!! You should be fine to use tampons.

    Is anyone watching Desperate Houswives?

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    I know Sacha, I think its in hope that we hear from Jess, very soon, but I know it will be a couple of days before she will be net-a-ble. Oh I hope her DH can get there for her tonight. I would just be beside myself.

    Raels- I was considering myself lucky!

    MUSRHOOMS MUSHROOMS YUM YUM YUM!!!
    Last edited by blueflower; February 18th, 2008 at 09:27 PM.

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    Ok, that's it. I'm going to bed. Maybe to dream of mushrooms.
    ciao guys

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    Hi,

    TOJ, Thinking and praying for you and your beautiful family

    Yep sure am watching desperate houswives

    Oshani, Just wondering where you live? I only live about 5mins drom Sirromet where the concert was

    Hope reveryone is well

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    Argh
    I am starting to freak out. In about 45mins I will have 9other mums and thair babies here.
    Argh- At least only one of them is crawling- lol and that is Kaetlyn!!!

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