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    He is gorgeous Caddie.



    ETA: Just looked and so is Liam Chrissy! Awww! They sure don't stay little for long hey!
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    Shell- yeah DH is fantastic sometimes but he just doesnt think. My pet hate is when he isnt at work he will cook himself up lunch, like chips an dnuggets and not even make any for me or the girls, thn scream at the girls when they want to eat his meal. like really would it be hard to make extra but then every night he makes me the best Milo ever and wont tell me how he does it cuse it tastes the best.

    OMG shell your right 2 mths of Breast feeding!!!

    Hmmm well Annika was dressed a minute ago but now she has just run up to me naked!!!

    Caddie- hoepfully you are getting all the winter sickness over and done with

    Chrissy- gorgeous boy

    Jodi- did you get mail?

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    just popping in quickly!!

    OMG ANNAT!!! I will get to meet you!! Where abouts in Brisvagas would you be living??? We could have play dates!

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    Gosh, sorry annie, I forgot your down that way too, and much closer to brissy than bundy is.
    aahhhh well, we seem to go down to the Sunshine Coast each year to visit rellies, and I'll be back down there in the new year for my step sisters wedding, so might be you both then!

    ness - nope, no mail today. But that really doesn't surprise me, it's very slow to arrive up here. You'd think we lived on the other side of the world or something!
    ggggrrrr at your DH though! I think men just don't think the way we do, when it comes to feeding the kids. I know when Heath is looking after Nina on his own, he'll never know what to feed her.

    Both girls are in bed already. But Emily hasn't been awake very much today, so she'll probably wake at midnight and want to play
    ness - mmmmmm, milo, now I'm craving one!

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    This might be dumb question but why does Brisbane get called Brisvegas? Is it like the las vegas of Oz? Where are all the casinos?

    Bea- I know, hard to stay cross at them for bad things when they go do the nice things. Ash likes running naked too but lukily for me she hasn't worked out getting her nappy off yet.

    Jodi- yay on Emily, shes doing really well, good to hear she is on the improve. Nina so ute, its so nice how they always want to help out and do things.

    Caddie, the owl looks great. I'm loving all your stuff.

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    Jodi- that is so weird I posted your card like the day after emily was born.

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    really?! That's like 11 days ago! How frustrating. I'm not sure when shar posted her pressie, but I think it took its time getting here. I'll let you know if/when it arrives.

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    Shell- There is still hope that we will be belly buddies. We have unofficially been TTC for the last few weeks, and then we will try properly in August. So fingers crossed our months come up together!!

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    Goodluck to the ladies TTC.

    Leith has been bitten by a bee. Yesterday he went and played golf and went to pick up a ball from underneath a bees nest (DUH!). They got angry and started swarming around him. He closed his eyes tight and caught one between his eyelids and got bitten mm's away from his eye. So today he has a shiner and is all zonked out from the antihystemines.

    We took Eithan to the dr today as we were worried about a red lump on Eithan's head. I noticed it last week in amongst his hair but noticed again yesterday that it had gotten bigger. So we took him to the dr and he has one of those red tumour birthmark thingys. We call it a stawberry, I dont know what you guys call it. Apparently it would have always been there (I HAVE NEVER SEEN IT THOUGH) but as he would have started bumping it etc along with his growth spurts it caused it to bleed and the cells to multiply. Apparently it will disappear by the time he is five. Also we got him checked on a whim because he had been pulling his ears, it turns out he has a virus too. He has a low grade fever and fluid behind his ears and they are pink too, but not infected. I feel bad that I missed it, but oh well, nothing major.

    Great to hear from you Anna and also Meg.

    Better go, it's getting late, but just before I go, I have decided on a uni course that I want to do by correspondence. I feel a bit better now. I might change my mind by the time I get to it, as I wont be doing it until our youngest ones are 2 but I want to do a Bachelor of Applied Science. I really want ot find work in pathology.

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    Helen - so sorry to hear about Leith - how scary for him, I hate bees....Rylee was born with a strawberry mark on the side of her head - very small when born - prob 1 cm then got to its biggest point when she was about 7 months and now it has gone, but I was also told it would go by the time she was five so surprised it hasn't taken much time. I am sure too that Eithan's will gradually disappear over time. (funny story - a lady in Africa told me I had eaten too many tomatoes when I was pregnant, wtf???)

    Sorry about lack of personals, gotta get moving otherwise I will be on my laptop all day.

    Laurin xxx

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    meg & shell - good luck with your ttc journeys! Hopefully you'll be belly buddies!! Is there anyone else TTC that I didn't mention? I have baby brain this morning.

    helen - how scary for Leith! Hopefully it'll settle down soon for him. How is he going? I was born with a strawberry birthmark on my knee, but by about 6 months of age it had disappeared. A friend of mine's DD who is the same age as Nina has a strawberry birthmark on the side of her face, it's only small, and it's really cute. At least being on his head it's not noticeable, in case it doesn't fade.
    ETA: good luck with your Uni plans!

    Had a rough night last night. Nina kept waking up screaming the house down. Not sure what that was about. But at one stage, I had Nina AND Emily screaming at the same time. I tried to wake Heath to help (he usually tends to Nina at night if she wakes) but he must have been really tired as he was snoring really loud, and I couldn't wake him! So I was back and forth between both girls rooms trying to settle them. In the end, I had to ignore Nina, and feed Emily. By the time Emily had had a feed and was back asleep, so was Nina. Then at 2am Emily woke and thought it was play time I ended up taking her into our bed as it was cold, and Heath woke up. Then at 4.30, Heath took over and let me sleep. Apparently she went back to sleep not long after that. I knew that would happen though as she slept most of yesterday.
    At least I got a sleep in till 8am, when both girls woke at the same time. But I'm still tired and couldn't be bothered doing anything today. I've plonked Nina in front of the tv to watch the cartoons this morning. She has her milk so she's not complaining.
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    Yep Jodi - I agree. lazy day for you today. (well as possible as that can be with 2 under 2!!)

    Helen I am a Bach of App Sci. Social Work.

    Laurin - Hmm interesting story!

    Better go. Playgroup this morn, and we are still in jarmies. J is talking to his reflection in a soup spoon atm. Very cute!!

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    Dont worry Jodi, DH came home last night and said "I want to go Townsville" so thats where we are still heading. And in good timing, the Army found us a nice 4 bedroom house with lots of space, hard-covered patio and huge yard. So I guess that was a sign!

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    Has anyone realised that our babies will be turning 2 in 3-4 months!!

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    anna whereabouts is the house, which suburb?

    ness - I know. Heath and I were talking about this the other night, thinking of what we were going to do for Nina's birthday party. We have no idea what we're going to do.

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    Argh Ness dont remind me, I try not to think about it or I'll cry Its crept up so fast, feels like just yesterday we were doing 1st birthdays.

    OMG that means Ripley is 6mths old next month God I can see the Uni plans will go on hold by the end of the year and I'll be TTC again lol

    Jodes - the house is in Kirwan about 4 streets away from Kirwan Hosp for Women. Ry reckons the house is huge by our standards (yay more cleaning for me lol) but I couldnt care less, as long as it had 4 bedrooms and a hard covered patio hehehehehe

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    Jodi im the walking dead too.Ruby had me up till 11pm and then up at 4am this morning spewing her guts up. She has a cold from millana but not as bad.She will be happy one min and then sooky the next!
    Yes i cant believe my girls will be 4 and 2 this year. I dont have a baby in the house anymore.. Oh well more time for craft,sewing,cleaning.lol

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    caddie - hope Ruby gets better soon. Poor girl.

    anna - We have friends in Kirwan & Heatley which we visit often.

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