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    Its funny isn't it Kim, our specialist told us when Matilda was diagnosed with her milk allergy not to worry too much about calcium, but make sure we have magnesium in the diet because that is what helps the body absorb calcium in other foods. He also said that its a load of crap the calcium thing... TBH I still worry about it.

    Both my girls may have a glass of rice milk a day which is fortified with calcium, but I have to make sure they eat something else like broccoli (hidden of course) daily and thats about all. I don't push the calcium thing & 6 months on from the diagnosis, 12 months since I've been off milk & I had a blood test recently, my calcium levels are fine.


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    I agree with you Christy - whatever you have to do to stay sane then do it. i cant believe all the stuff i worried about and it doesnt matter now. i say i'll do heaps different with this baby but who knows! lol all the things you're told not to do are the things you need to do so just do them. kids turn out fine in the end...well, most of them! lol

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    At the end of the day we have to do what WE think is best for our kids hey!

    Poor Chelsea was sick again.....off to the dr's me thinks

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    woohooooo congrats kim!!!!!

    BBL just got home!!

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    Congratulations Kim! Your the second woman I know now to be due on that date! A little capricorn... that will keep you on your toes. - the one I have does anyway.

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    OMG! I missed that!!! Congratulations Kim

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    had a text from Blanche - her and jack are doing well, and she is recovering from the c/s better then she expected.Jack is feeding well, and her milk is starting to come in.

    I looked after another little boy today, and him and Aston were so funny together. Aston got a little cranky about sharing mummy!! Callum gave me lots of cuddles and love, which was lovely, it meant that he was comfortable being there with us. I will be looking after him each thursday for this month.

    There is no greater gift I think then someone else child "loving" you. For me its like a kind of confirmation that I must be an ok person

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    Yay Kim!!! Hooray hooray! So exciting!
    Bought Evie a little potty today, she looooves it, thinks its just the best! lol

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    Kim you are amazing! You guys are the fastest baby makers i know. I'm still going saw my GP who said i should not be focused on it. Dunno it seems like i'm th only person who wants another baby.

    DH says he wants to try for another but they he doesnt want to DTD! Deeerrrrr

    Anniversary dinner last night. Dinner booked for 7.30 last night and DH calles at 7.10 and says "ok i'm in a shop - tell me what you want as a present". WTF! He just cant be bothered to think about me.
    We almost didnt go. Gave him an earful and then we shuffled off in silence.

    He said I'll come along to Ella's 18mo needle today. Well i got to the GP and called him and he said " oh is it today?" after i reminded him this morning. "I'm still at work and I wont make it in time" so yeah let down again....

    Why do women understand that you can't always put your needs first. Why do men always put thier needs first.

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    Thanks heaps ladies!!

    We are very excited indeed. 1st month off pill (only on it 3 months to regulate) and happened first go! So yeah pretty happy. Bigger gap this time between Jasmine and bub.... will 15 months!!

    Ann dont give up...it will happen babe....i found i had troubles with Chelsea cos i was so focused on when to DTD and working myself up. When i stopped trying so hard it happened. Of course i never had a Dh who would say 'Lets try' and then not wanna DTD.....Craig would loose the plot if he never got action. I reckon had i not been a tough chicky id have been preg alot sooner....we had planned to come off pill in March then start June....new plans come start of April...and yeah....

    ATM he is loving his 'pg wife sex'.....hmmm its gunna be a long pregnancy!! LOL

    I hope this bub doesnt keep me on my toes to much Vicky! Thanks for the Blanche update!

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    CONGRATS KIM!! wow, that's fantastic, i know you love being pregnant, i'm so happy for you!

    COMMISERATIONS ANN! your dh is doing a very good impersonation of a ratfink right now, i hope he reverts back to the guy you fell in love with, REAL soon.

    the way dh and i are NOT getting on, i can imagine THROWING something at him when it's Mother's Day and the cards/pressies come out - cos i am NOT feeling warm and fuzzy about HIM right now, more like, thinking about life as a single mum, what that would be like, how can i make it happen. It's suddenly dawned on me, all the furniture and goods i brought into the r'ship, have all been sold, given away or don't work now (over the years) , so i would have to start from absolute scratch. i would have to leave just with our clothes.

    Vicky - do you ahve a photo of little Jack? if you do and feel like emailing it my way, i'd love to see! i'm on [email protected] The announcement thread mentions a pic, but i cna't see a link or anything. So glad for Blanchie, it's all over and the c-section recovery going well - that's just wonderful news!

    Sounds nice for Aston to have a playmate once a week, you really sound like you're enjoying it too, that's lovely.

    where are you taralee - you ok sweetie?

    How are Jovie and Matilda Christy? are they healthy little munchikins now?

    Is anyone else getting flexible grip walking shoes for their bubs? i'm researching baby boots, pedoodles (found a clearance store) and a few other brands online. I bought some Target baby shoes (leather upper and inner, rubber sole) and bilby can get them off, the ankle strap doesn't do up tight enough and i can see by the way she is walking, she doesn't feel stable in them. but we need shoes with hard soles now that she is so active (for playgrounds etc).

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    hi gigi - i'm sorry I have been a bit distracted with other stuff, and havent had a chance to put the photo up of jack yet.

    Clarks are the best kids shoes around I think. bit xxx but worth it.

    off to the specialist this morning for DH..... ho hum.

    What a week we have had this week. each day since Tuesday one or the other of us have been to some sort of medical facility! roll on next week!!!!

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    vicky best of luck today with DH's shoulder :fingerscrossed: everything is ok!!!

    sophie has clarkes we actually got some last weekend, black boots!!! gigi where i go they have last seasons boots for 1/2 prive, yes they were navy but if that doesnt bother you then that could be the was to get some! the black one we bought were $79 the navy ones were $39

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    Gigi -I hear you at throwing something at DH. We had a car accident on tues (minor) but its made me feel really alone. Its just been me and Ella sorting out insurance and stuff.

    May be these feelings of crappiness (is there even a word) is stopping the baby making. DH and i spoke last night. I think we'll stop trying.

    Kim - DH is always too tired to DTD. I always initate.

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    We have shoes from Big W....Chelsea refuses hard sole shoes.

    Ann im sorry....man can be buggers at times.

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    ahh hun perhaps not having the stress and pressure may actually get in the mood, do you mean stopping trying for now or for ever?

    i feel sick think im getting gastro
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    Oh Ann - they just don't get it do they. Is there something more going on than just the course do you think? It's seems like a pretty strong reaction to stress...do you know what i mean? is there something else he's worried about or something...i dunno...just from what you've said - his reaction is pretty extreme for something that will be all over soon

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    Good question tara. He's gone bowling for half a day which is *nice*. I wish i could do that.

    He says we'll talk some more tonight but he may be too P!ssed to do that. I'm not going to TTC right now the stress is not going to do a baby any good so it's postponed.

    He said last night." I thought our relationship was fine. Why are we having these problems". Such a silly man. I told him "you cant just expect it to be fine when communication has since Feb". Men think that they dont need to take care of the relationship. Once its in a good state, they can just leave it.

    Kim - can i borrow craig? he can come and talk to my DH or give him a kick up the bum.

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