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    Hey guys....anyone remember me?



    I'm not on BB as much these days and don't get much time to post. Have just been catching up which wasn't hard considering how quiet it's been in here!

    Things are going really well for us. DS turned 1 last saturday and we had a little party for him. He had a ball and loved eating his cake!

    He finally started sleeping through the night (11.5-12hrs) just before 10 months and not a minute too soon! LOL. We are still b'feeding, down to 3 feeds a day. Expressing is becoming harder so I might look at dropping the middle of the day feed on the days I work. It's only 2 days but I would like to hang on to those feeds for a few more months.

    He has 8 teeth, has started walking although he still prefers to crawl most of the time! His favourite word/s at the moment are 'dog' and 'woof woof' LOL. Too cute.

    No plans for TTC here. You may remember DS is an IVF bub and although I'd love another, DH just isn't up for it. Working on being OK with that but it's hard at times...

    Working 2 days a week as I said and completely and utterly bored with it. Thinking about studying next year and have applied for 2 courses but they are competitive so not really expecting to get in. We'll see....

    Glad to hear you and your bubs are all well. Will try to make an effort to pop in and post from time to time.

    Hard to believe a year has passed...can't believe how much all the bubs have grown, especially Molly!

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    Well, we all come out of the woodwork.... I'm another who is incredibly slack - although I do pop in from time to time to see how you are with the good intentions of posting, and then the time just goes wherever it goes. We'd have to be the slowest moving baby buddies thread in the history of BB I think LOL.

    Euan's not quite a year yet - I think he's the youngest of the bunch. He'll be one on the 28th November, so a couple of weeks away yet.

    He's been walking for a while now - he took first steps at exactly 10 months, within a couple of weeks he could make it across the lounge room and back, and started standing by himself just before 11 months. He has a ball which he chases around the house and it keeps him entertained for ages. He now thinks it's fantastic fun to climb up onto the coffee table and then walk across it, but hasn't quite got the gravity thing yet and tries to keep walking when there is no longer any coffee table to walk on. So far we've caught him each time, but last night we caught him standing on the back of the couch trying to pull the picture off the wall. That could have been interesting...

    He's got six teeth (got them all at once, then decided that was enough for a while), is somewhere around 11kg and 80cm tall, sometimes shocks us by sleeping 8 hours for a few nights in a row before going back to waking at ridiculous times (his 'normal' bedtime is 11:00pm - his choice, not ours), can say mum and dad when he remembers them but has been too busy motoring round like a little demon to really bother with learning words, which is quite typical that babies who develop motor skills early often develop language skills later and vice versa.

    He still boob feeds like his life depended on it, and can pretty much take or leave solids. He'll eat them, and get pretty excited about them at times, but at others doesn't want anything to do with them. Although today at mum's group I discovered that if there was food on the floor (as there always is at mum's group LOL), he'd hoover it up straight away. So maybe I should just leave food on the floor for him instead

    As with Willow, there's no plans to TTC for another - although we might go back for another go at some point.

    Hoody, I'm sorry to hear about your marriage problems hon, but really glad to hear that you're working on it.

    Heather - good luck with TTC! And have lots of fun doing it

    June - welcome back!! Hey, I struggle with organisation too, we can only do what we can, right?

    DB - congratulations on a good and cruisy first day back at work. That sounds kinda nice really. Although Euan's been asleep for 2 1/2 hours this afternoon and apart from cleaning the bathroom and oven I've spent all my time online, so I can't complain.

    Here's some recent photos of Euan, and here and here's some photos of Euan and I having nice carrier cuddles.

    Oh, and DB - favourite nappies (there's a few others like Lotus nappies that are my favourite night nappies and AI2s but they're not made anymore, and Beetlebums which are awesome WAHM made pockets):
    Pockets - Green Kids, Blueberry
    A12s - Itti Bitti D'lish (Snap in), Berry Plush, Wild Child
    Fitteds - Cute Tooshies Bamboo, Tots Bots Bamboozles
    Covers - Sugarpeas wool for day or night, Mazalicious fleece or minky, BearBottoms Maldon Mills fleece for night,

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    So frustrating! Did a big long post and it didn't work

    Anyhoo, here's another one...

    Willow - welcome back hun, of course I remember you! Glad to hear your little man is going well and still bfing. I hear you on the expressing, I have just stopped doing an evening express after doing it for 12 months. It feels a bit weird but it is better this way, and besides, the little fella is still on 2 feeds a day and doesn't really need my milk on his cereal anymore Sorry to hear about your TTC and DH dramas. My DH was like that up until just recently when we had a bit of a scare, and he reacted so well to the news, even though it turned out to be BFN. He has gone from "never" to "lets talk about it in a year or two" which makes me very happy. I guess with all your dramas with IVF etc it must make it hard for him to have another go. Fingers crossed in time he will rack up the courage

    Suse - Glad to hear Euan is going well. Caden took his first steps about 4 days before 10 months but was actually walking at 10 months and 6 days. LOL about the climbing everything. we have a little monkey here too, it must be a boy thing? He pretends to be a crusty demon and tries to stand on his rocking horse. Like you, he hasn't fallen off yet but I am sure he will in time. I have some night nappies, baby beehinds, that I have just washed and will try tomorrow night.

    Heather - good luck with the TTC. I think it is great that you are getting the injection. I might look into that myself soon. Glad the little miss enjoyed her party it is such a lovely milestone to celebrate. Don't know how you work full time, I think the 3 days for me is a really good balance. You must be miracle woman! Hopefully a pt job works out for you.

    Hoody - sorry to hear about your DH dramas. I know our marriage has had its ups and downs and we only have one bub! It is really hard to reconnect, not resent them, and communicate. We are actually seeing a counsellor through relationships australia tomorrow to discuss some things. Luckily the dust has settled a bit and we are both enjoying our family alot more, but like you divorce papers were floating around for a while . More from my end than DHs, he thinks everything is perfect . Anyway, we are sorting it out but I think the most important thing is to make "together" time where you are both together with no babies. Call on anyone to help, friends, parents, ANYONE to look after the girls for a night so you can go out together.

    June - dont be silly! It was so nice to come in here and see all these posts. Glad to hear Jacob is doing well. LOL about the walking THEN crawling. I am doing 3 days as well which I find to be the best balance for my job and for Caden. He goes to family day care which is so nice and I feel fine leaving him in such good hands. The lady who looks after him is so wonderful and caring and gives him lots of cuddles. It makes it so much easier to leave him, although I end up getting to work at 10am and leaving by 3.45 on account of the hour drive it takes to get from home to work . We will be moving soon which will cut down the travel time but means I will have to take CAden out of his family day care and find somewhere else .

    AS for us, Caden is cutting 2 molars, the top and bottom left. They look so red and painful with blood blisters and grizzly bits of skin (TMI). He has a cold with it as well so lots of boogies and coughing, poor bub. I haven't given him his one year shots yet because of the teeth. I figure he has enough pain to be getting on with right now without adding more!

    I have had some bad news. I got an abnormal result on a pap smear recently and need to get a coloscopy done. My sister had to have a procedure this year where they removed some pre-cancerous tissue, so it looks like maybe I have the same thing. I am not too worried because I researched it for my sister and I know the risks are really small etc, it is just not a nice thing to have happen and I would rather not have to deal with it. Not to worry, I am sure it will all be fine in the end. Although it is supposedly not inherited, my mother and sister both had it, so it makes you wonder huh?

    Well, I hope this works cos I can't be bothered writing it again! Have a great week everyone,

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    Hehe - looks like I started a bit of an avalanche of people returning to the thread. Yay!

    Heather - so glad to hear that Kimmy has recovered from the chickenpox. Sounds like she was pretty brave for you. Glad she hasn't scarred much. Wow TTC - good luck hun. How exciting. Its not something I think I am mentally ready for yet, maybe in a few years time.

    Hoody - its a deal. I promise to post at least once a week from now on. See if I set myself realistic goals and timeframes i'm fine Molly looks amazing - such a real little girl now. In fact no-one of our babies look like babies anymore do they. Sorry to hear that things haven't been too rosy with DH. Being parents and making a relationship work is so hard. So glad that you guys are working on it though.


    Willow - so happy you are sleeping through there. Jacob has only done that once so far. Most nights though I am only up once so its not too bad. I guess I haven't really pushed the sleep thing with him, let him find his own pattern at night. I hope you and DH can work out when you want to TTC next. I could imagine watching your partner go through IVF must be pretty hard. I know its hard on you too, but guys hate it when they can't do anything to "fix" things.

    suse - lol about the coffee table. So far noone of that here! The photos of Euan are just wonderful!! Isn't it funny how they will eat anything up off the floor. Jacob is pretty good being fed and loves his food. Now he is really getting into finger food and eating informally (so not in the high chair). He is much happier walking around the house with food in hand (which makes cleaning a fun exercise)

    DB - Oh hun thinking of you. Its not good getting news like that. Fingers crossed that the news turns out to be good. Oh and not good about the teething either. Poor Caden. Jacob is not a good teether either, so I'm not looking forward to the molars.

    We are doing a mixture of family day care and family at the moment. Had a friend who was looking after him three days a week but her youngest didn't like not being the baby anymore and they stopped looking after him. Thankfully DH could rearrange work and now takes a day off a week, mum looks after him one day and a family day care mum another day. Its a bit confusing and messy at the moment, but if I want to keep working we don't have much choice. I have a family day care mum lined up for the three days from next year, so hopefully we can get into some sort of routine.

    Not much else to report here. Jacob is getting cheekier by the minute and trying to test his boundaries. It can be pretty funny at times and he is usually not being naughty. Although he has taken to squealing if we pull him away from something he shouldn't be touching. Last night my Uncle had a gallery opening and there were sculptures on the floor. Of course he wanted to play with them, so we pulled him away. He let out this almight squeal. Bit embarressing but there wasn't much we could do.

    Oh it feels good to be "talking" to you all again.

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    HI Everyone,

    thought I had better say hi now instead of the normal thought I have of 'I'll pop back later and do it', cause it never happens.. But don't take it personally, I am just as slack on FB.

    DB - big hope the results come back ok.. And as they found it early, your chances are so much better..

    Hoody - hope things are becoming smoother for you and DH! At least you have worked out there is a problem and you are working on it.. That is a great start.. Saw your pic's on fb, looks like Molly had a ball at her party!

    Willow - It is great to hear from you. What are you looking at studying? You never know your chances of getting in, they are often happy to place 'mature' students rather than straight out of school.. GL..

    Suse - Euan is so cute.. (and I nearly fell of my chair when looking at the photos, you look so much like my SIL..). Poor Euan, 6 teeth at once.. I went through a phase of leaving food on the floor.. I would put it on a plastic lid, Kim would tip it up, then go and get it a few minutes later.. Oh and mine buries food.. You would be amazed where you find biscuits..

    June - glad you have found something more perm for daycare next year, but look on the bright side, this year is almost over. LOL at him getting cheeky.. Kim is doing the same, and the squealing, arghhhh...

    Um.. We are back to peace.. Just the 3 of us.. All visitors gone.. As much as I love seeing my family, always nice to see them leave too.. Kimmy has been a real grump today with some molars coming through, but am sure she will be fine in a day or 2. She is now walking with a walker, but not yet confident in letting me or DH hold her. But she can get a long way when she wants to. Working f/t isn't easy, but I see a light at the end of the tunnel. And I would never have done it if we didn't have bills to pay (all one off expenses, so not that torturous).. I am sheepishly slipping in a sick day, or planned day off each week.

    Anyhow, must be off and go to bed. Kim has decided that 5-5.30 is a nice time to wake in the morning.. Take care everyone...

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    Just a quicky as i am about to go to bed. Molly's party was awesome she had a ball as heather said the pics are on FB if anyone want to see them. Glad everyone is posting again I will do a decent post in a day or two but i have tonsilitis at the moment and TBH feel like i am dying.

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    Thanks ladies for replies - I have my appointment with the specialist on the 9th December so at least it is not too long to wait.

    Hoody - Sorry about your tonsilitis! I will have to check out the pics on FB. Congrats to little Molly for TURNING ONE!!!!

    Heather - LOL about having all the rellies gone. It is nice when they are there and nice when they leave Cute about Kimmy walking. Caden would walk holding my hands for ages before he took off on his own. Once he took those couple of steps though it was only another week before he was walking fairly confidently.

    June - I hear you about the family day care thing. I have deliberately tried to simplify things by only having Caden looked after by our FDC lady, but at times for the odd apointment he goes to anyone and everyone! LOL. TBH mainly friends as my family aren't really much in the way of babysitting. It is hard but like you said, you have to work so you just do what you have to do.

    As for us, not much going on. Caden has a wet cough and runny nose at the moment so have had a couple of bad nights but nothing too extreme. Is anyone finding it heaps easier now they are bigger? There are no more screaming sessions (unless he is really sick or hurt), he is easier to understand and can verbalise or indicate what he wants. SO SO SO much better! Although now he is climbing the coffee table, sitting in the cupboard and wriggling out of his high chair, but that is far more preferable to uncontrolled crying

    Well, better go and get this bub up for Gymbakids,

    Have a great week!

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    DB- GL for your upcoming appt i will be thinking of you

    As for us we are doing well i am still not feeling 100% but i am def on the mend. Things with DH and I are getting back on track we just need to work on been a couple iykwim instead of just mum and dad or SAHM and Breadwinner iykwim. I actually started work last night and i really enjoyed it. For now i am only doing 4 shifts a fortnight and DH will be looking after the girls so no need to put them in DC which is nice as it would be sooooo $$$ if i had to put them both in. I am a Carer for a young couple in their late 20's who have Muscular Distrophy. I was a little worried about what the job would entail but they get a fair bit of help from the Silver Chain etc so its not too bad- no showering/bathing help needed from me etc. They are both Wheelchair bound and require assistance with most household chores etc. They seem to be a lovely couple and very good to their staff. Its not what i want to do forever but for now its nice iykwim. I did a night shift last night from 10pm til 9am this morning so expected to be very tired today but TBH i think i had it easier than DH. Molly is teething really bad and had him up quite a bit hehe and then DD1 got him up at 5am. Oh its tooth no. 7 that we are waiting for.

    Well Molly is doing really well still a big lazy bones and not pulling herself up though she is trying so i think she is still a while off walking. Hey she didnt crawl til 11 months so i cant expect her to just get up iykwim. She is talking lots though following in the foot steps of her sister as a chatter box. New words this week are gone and up Bath time is her favorite time of day and i must say i am enjoying it too myself now that she and DD1 can play quite nicely in the bath and i just have to watch and supervise instead of trying to hold on to her and getting drenched doing so.

    Well off to tidy up my house resembles a pig sty.

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    Hey Hoody - glad to hear you and DH are working things through. I think some time with the girls by himself would be good for him as well, it will give him a chance to see how hard it is. My DH thinks that it is not a "real" job, but wont look after Caden on his day off, C goes into day care so I guess on some level he knows how hard it is!

    LOL about the bath time. We just had a bath with the three of us which is nice albeit a bit squashy heh heh.

    Good on you for starting your new job, it actually sounds quite rewarding. It doesn't matter that it is not what you want to do forever, cos it can lead to other things anyway.

    Glad to hear Molly is a chatter box. We have the opposite here, Caden climbs everything in sight, including me if I stand still long enough, but says very few words. He makes sounds mostly, like Dodee for Doggly, mummy, daddy, nan, no. In fact, "no" is his most recent and distinct word that he uses in context in abundance

    As for us, having a good week so far. Even with the teething, C has been heaps better and having lovely day sleeps and sleeping through the night. I find it a nice balance with the 3 days of work and 4 days at home.

    Well, better go get this big boy off to bed, have a great week!

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    Hello all,
    Just a quickie to say hi and that I am still here. Had a pretty good week at work and working things out re moving/building/etc. Seems like we might be moving a bit closer to family which would be nice even though it is not in a suburb of our number one choice, but is still good.

    I am about to launch my new website so will keep you posted.

    Have a great weekend!

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    Ho hum, quiet again and no one to talk to...

    Had a good week so far, although it is only Monday. I think Caden has the other two molars coming though so not so good, but at least we have tomorrow off together so I will get to spoil him lots

    Hope everyone is having a good week.

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    Morning ladies, I have been trying to log in the last few days and BB doesn't want to accept my password. Very wierd.
    Ah well I am on now. How are you all?
    We have had a fairly quiet week here. Just lots of cheekiness and he has been a little clingy the last few days. We have had a few more nights of sleeping through which is wonderful. Last night was his best effor 8pm to 6am. I feel like a new woman Not a lot of talking at the moment. That has really slowed down as he has picked up speed. He is certainly action man at the moment. He spent most of yesterday launching himelf on me WWF-style while blowing big drooly raspberries .

    Heather - Yay that you have the house to yourself. I am hanging out for that. My BIL has been living with us since Aug which hasn't been to bad, but it will be so nice to have the place to ourselves again. He moves out in 2 weeks. Yay. Although I think Jacob will miss having another person to play up to.

    Hoody - so glad Molly had a great party. Their first one is awesome isn't it. Hope you are feeling better. Congrats on the new job. I think being a SAHM is awesome but I also think we need to get out and have our own time. I enjoy being seen as an employee in addition to being a mum.

    DB - Totally agree with you that things are getting easier. I am particularly happy that Jacob is walking now, because he can entertain himself a bit more. Because he didn't crawl he would get so frustrated that he couldn't get to things or do anything, so we had a few months of a cranky baby. We obviously still get that at times but he is so much happier now. Everyone kept warning me that the start of walking would be hard as they are in to everything, but I'm actually not finding it that much of a problem.

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    Hey June - Yeah, I was hanging out for Caden to walk as I really thought he would be much happier, and I was right! Not much talking here either, although he kind of has a "word" a day where he will say one particular word. So far he has said "Doddy" (for doggy), ta, bye, nana (for banana). He will say it consistently and in context for a day, then forget it . He really watches my mouth when I talk sometimes and tries to make the same sounds, but it ends up gibberish mostly.

    Hoody - I agree with June on the SAHM thing. It is so great to be a home mum, but also so lovely to be your own woman for a day or so. I really was ready to get back into work which has made the transition so much easier.

    As for us, busy week all round, and I am working 4 days next week which should be a bit hard I will miss my lil man, but the $ are good.

    Some good news, DH and I discussed #2 and he said he is feeling much more positive about the idea and that maybe this time next year we might TTC again . It has really lifted my spirits and although I KNOW I am not ready to start right now, I feel that in a years time I will be really ready.

    Hope everyone else is having a good week!

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    Hope everyone is enjoying their weekend.

    Not much to add here, definitely have the other two molars coming in, the bottom right and top right. Lots of drooling, biting and whinging, together with a big fat gum and a teensy tiny hole starting to appear where soon a white shard will appear.

    Very grumpy bub right now but sleeping through the night mostly so mum and dad get a break

    gotta go, DH can't dress a 13 month old baby...useless

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    Morning everyone. Not much going on here. We had a few days of low grade fever over the weekend which was about a week after his 12 month needles. Apparenlty that is a possible side-effect. He was really miserable on Friday and hot but nothing else, so I guess it was the needles. He is all good now though.

    We tried to get a photo with Santa today, but while he was all brave and interested from my arms as soon as I put him on Santa's lap it all fell apart. Ah well, might have to work on the stranger distress thing.

    DB - how exciting that you and DH are considering no2. Hope those teeth come though soon too. I think we are a bit off that yet. Jacobs teeth seemed to stop at 6 a few months ago.

    Oh is anyone else finding that their bub is getting a bit fussy during mealtime now? I'm no sure if its him fighting being strapped in the high chair, a control thing, wanting to feed himself, or not liking food, or a combination of all those things, but dinnertime especially is starting to become a battle.

    Gotta go and try and quieten the neighbours dog. Jacob is alseep and I would like him to stay that way for a while.

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    June - yeah mealtimes are a bit of a battle, especially in the evening. Caden tries to get out of his chair and turns his head away, only to plead and beg once he has been put onto the floor . I try to be calm about it but it is frustrating, especially when I know he is still hungry.

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    Hello everyone

    Sorry i have been MIA but we have had no net access for ten days due to a *****ty virus Things here are going well though so far today i've had enough. Both girls full of green snot and have small fevers. Needless to say i feel like i'm living in a house of boogers and cranky ppl. Molly has cut another 2 teeth making the count now 8. She is also pulling herself up but i still think it will be a while b4 she walks.

    Work is going well and so far i am still enjoying it. Its nice having some time away from home and i can complain about the xtra $$.

    DB- Thats awesome that you are thinking about TTC next yr it will be nice to look forward too. In the Dec buddies thread 2 of the girls are already UTD again but with DD1 so was i by now.

    June- Dinner time here is hit and miss can be really good or disasteress depending on Mollys mood. She loves smooth puree or finger foods but hates anything thats chunky iykwim.

    Molly has not coped well with the transition to cows milk and vomits and/or get the runs within an hr after having a bottle. Spoke the the dr yesterday and we are trying soy milk and if she is still the change i will put her back on formula. PPl think cows milk is cheaper but TBH i dont really think there is much diff iykwim. Well my cranky snotty monsters want some attention so off to play mum for a bit.

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    Hello all,
    Long time no chat. Not much happening lately so thought I would stay away for a while. I have been so busy getting my website up and running, and working hard before Christmas, I just haven't had time to pop in.

    Not much to say here, Caden is getting so big and is chatting heaps. No real words as yet, he tries and makes the sounds, but is inconsistent and changes the sounds each day. He chats away for ages though and sounds so cute!

    He has 10 teeth now and two more molars on the way. He also had his one year shots last Thursday but survived very well. I got them done 2 months late, naughty me, but he handled it perfectly.

    I have also stopped bfing now. It was a nice gentle transition and I feel a bit sad that it is over, but also relieved that now I have my body back especially in time for Christmas celebrations! I made it to 14 months so am quite "proud" of that.

    My BF had a little baby girl last week. She is so beautiful and perfect. It is nice to have our bubs fairly close in age, even though she has a 10 and a 5 year old as well. At least my first bub will be similar in age to her last!

    My other GF has just found out she is UTD to #2 through IVF so that is fantastic as well.
    Kind of makes me want to be ready for the next one, even though I know I am not ready yet. A bit confusing!

    Anyways, I hope you all have a lovely, safe and happy Christmas and New Years with all of your families! *hugs* to everyone,

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