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    Poor little Annika, I hope that she is alright.

    So you gonna spill Nelle?? or keep us all guessing??

    Kell - I will mis House of Timy Tearaways today.

    Shell - Looking forward to the ANTM. I lived in NYC for about 8 months. I was working with people with disabilities taking them on holidays from within the States. I was based in NYC, but spent a lot of time in all sorts of places. Went to Memphis (Gracelands) Washington DC, Florida, LA, A little bit of Canada, All over New Jersey and a heap of other places. Funny that out of all the fast pace exciting places, my favourite was a horse riding camp in Upstate New York. It was Fall, and the leaves were starting to change, and it was so peaceful. Every weekend my friends and I would go and line up at TKTS and get really cheap Broadway tix. I think I would have seen at least 10 shows while I was there. I just LOVE it. I am getting teary just thinking about it, as I miss my friends there so much.

    Maz- Raining here too?

    AnnaT - Do you know if Beechworth got much rain? My friend lives there, and they were desperate for their tanks to be refilled.

    Off to a makeup swimming lesson, then the mother grp girls are coming over, so a busy day.



    PS -Belle and Caddie, how are the sikkies today?

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    There are more of us either preg or ttc then aren't!

    Wow meg, that would've been a pretty great job to have. Gets you a chance to travel at the same time as working and helping others have a nice holiday. God I'd love to go there, go to see a broadway show, all the excitement, oh well, one day maybe.

    AnnaT- Keep those legs crossed! Nothing to go in or come out of there! Maybe call your Ob see what they say.

    Kell- Be on tues nights which is great cause I don't have much on that night to watch. I love house tiny tearaways. I'm really liking the families in there at the moment. Can you believe the boy eating 24 yoghurts a day!

    Nelle- he he my guess is a boy, am I right? You gotta tell us lovely ladies!

    Jodi- Yeah the one on normal tv already been on foxtel, think its couple seasons behind.

    Ness- How is Annika this morn? Silly girl! They do really eat anything don't they.

    Off to work for me soon so better get ready so I can watch house tiny tearaways first!

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    Don't beat yourself up over it Ness. Accidents happen. Maybe get some "soft toy" like decorations instead?
    Our tree is going up in our lounge room, and James can't get in there at all. I know it means that we won't be able to see the tree as much, but I know that he won't be able to destroy it.

    Maz - How are those bilingual kids of yours? They spelt Vy's name wrong!!! What a lovely family pic. You should ask to get a proper photo quality copy as it was just beautiful.

    Oh, and I forgot to add. James basically does a wee on the potty every time I put him on now. I just say to him "Jamie do wees" and he does!!! In saying that, he will also wee on the floor if he wants to :P

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    Shell.. omg i know i cant believe he eats 24!!! Im surprised it hasnt made him sick! Thats like 8 per meal, unless he has a few inbetween! Terrible! Yep i like them too. I like the last lot aswell with the other boy who wouldnt eat and mum was a heroin addict.

    Nessa.. glad youre home. Yeh id just put the decorations away for a few years time. Put some tinsel on and like meg said a few soft toys maybe. You can get decorations that are rubber or hard resin too.

    Maz.. i so hope youre right honey!! How are you travelling. Getting excited?

    Hows Vixstar going? havent heard from her in a while.

    Its raining here too today.. love it!! Jess is sleeping so gonna go make the most of it.

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    Wow Meg, maybe he's gonna be an early toilet trainer!

    Ness, you couldn't have seen it coming. As for Chrissy decorations, I saw this great idea last year in Spotlight, where you need kinda sparkly metallic string, fabric stiffener and balloons - you blow up the balloon, wrap the string around it in a kinda random pattern (don't know if you dip the string in stiffener first, or spray it or something as you go...anyway), and then when it's dry, you just pop the balloon and pull it out! Could be fun to make! I'll see if I can find a pic of the kind of thing I mean.

    Nope, not telling the sex! Seriously, when you think that I'm almost 22 weeks already, time will continue to fly, and you'll all find out before you know it!

    Better go change a pooey nappy and put someone to bed!

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    Hi girls

    Took Julia to the doc this arvo she is now on antibiotics the poor sick girl was not really happy yesterday or today she has a cold and ear infection and her eyes are all puffy so got some drops and also antibiotics...

    Ness - so sorry to hear about Annika honey totally not your fault, I would be very anxious too, thinking of both of you hon.

    Im at mums atm going out to dinner with the family tonight shall be nice and then heading to Melb to visit Inlaws and Maz on the ways down lol...

    MAZ - See ya on Sunday matey! Cant wait, 3 more sleeps!

    Thanks for all your messages girls sorry I havent been able to do more personals so flat out packing and washing and getting crap together for the holiday...please forgive me! Thinking of you all.

    ETA - girls is it ok to give Julia panadol as well as Amoxil???????????????? what do you girls do ?
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    Ruby seemed to get better so cancelled dr appointment now shes bad again so i got another tommorow to go to. I think shes got the same as julia.Shes got a green nose,cough,puffy eyes and cant walk properly at times and seems unbalanced.Slight temp.
    Ok better go and look after her.

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    maz - just got my copy of Coles Baby, you guys look great!! What a beautiful family pic. Great article too.

    nessa - like the others have said, try not to be too hard on yourself. Accidents happen all the time. And pooey to that dr! At least you know what sort of mother you.

    belle - I believe you can give Panadol & Amoxil as I believe Amoxil doesn't contain Paracetamol, better check on that though! Hope she gets better soon.

    caddie - oh I hope Ruby doesn't get any worse. Poor thing. Bummer you cancelled the app, can you get another app tomorrow?

    meg - that's great that James does a wee on the potty. Nina does wees & poos on her potty, but not on command like that! She usually sits there playing for a bit, then does something. She now knows that after I go to the toilet, we have to put down the toilet seat and flush the toilet. It's very cute (oh, and she insists on watching me go the toilet every time too, PITA!!)

    Anyone else feel like their bub has grown up heaps like what seems to be overnight. I feel Nina has gone from a baby to a toddler virtually overnight. She now picks up her bag and my keys whenever she wants to go in the car, and starts waving and saying bye to everyone. She puts her hand over her mouth when she coughs. And the other day I was sneezing and she put my hand over my mouth as I sneezed. It was so cute. And she's eating like a horse as well, she just doesn't stop eating. Even daycare can't believe the amount she puts away (takes after her mother there lol). I'm glad I'm having another baby, as much as I love watching her grow and learn, I really miss that baby stage too.

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    I went and got some of Jesse's professional photos tonight. His fireman and other old style one. Have put 2 in my gallery.. oh hes sooooo cute.. sorry i have to just say that.. he is.

    Belle.. i honestly have no idea. But i hope the antibiotics kick in soon for the poor pet.

    Ooow gotta run, Heroes is on.. have a nice night everyone

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    Yeah Jodi, he's not walking yet, but suddenly he's stopped growing UPwards (about time, he was getting quite tall!) and is filling out and looking more like a little boy, as opposed to a baby. They're cute aren't they. River spent a lot of today clapping and poking his tongue out! Cheery little one he is.

    I made bruschetta tonight! Well...not from a recipe, but it tasted like bruschetta in the end, so that's what matters right?

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    Hi girls... just sticking my head in.

    Belle - Yes, it is fine to give Panadol with Amoxyl. Panadol is pretty much safe with everything. Hope the ear infection clears up quickly, they are horrible things.

    Nessa - What a scare! Try not to take it to heart if it came across from the hospy staff that they thought you are a bad mum, you aren't!!! Kids move so damn quick. My cousin did the same thing as a toddler and my Aunty is one of the most hyper-vigilant parents around!

    Maz - Thanks heaps for chat today, was great to catch up.

    Caddie - Hope you get some sleep tonight. I've had chronic insomnia for nearly a month now, so I know how it feels! ahhhhh. How's Ruby now?

    Shell - Hows' things?

    Jodi - Thanks for the e-mail - I love those sugar babies!

    wow... so much is going on in here, and all the preggos are so far along now! Not long till we start seeing some newborns around here.... awwwww so cute.

    We've stopped TTC (could someone update the list?) - I think the Clomid may have been the trigger that set off my anxiety disorder and panic attacks. Obviously the anxiety was underlying (I've got post-natal anxiety), but the Clomid may have been the final straw so to speak. Oh well, I'm coming to terms with it and just taking things one step at a time until I recover - at least I am no longer scared of the anxiety/panic attacks as I know what is happening.

    Xander is now running and climbing... and getting into everything! Such a cutie tho. He is going in for surgery on the 3rd of December to get grommets inserted into his ears. The specialist told us that he would likely need another set of grommets when these ones fell out... and then as soon as he is old enough, he will have his tonsils and adenoids removed. Poor little tike!!! He has got hearing loss, but we expect that will improve once the grommets are in - no wonder he "ignores" us, he can't really hear us very well!

    ETA: Are there a few new people here? Or have people changed there user names????

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    ANNNNNNNNNNNAAAAAAAAAAAAAA! So great to hear from yooooou!
    I'd wondered if the Clomid had been a bit of a trigger, I remember you being concerned cos it turned you into a banshee. So glad you popped in, and are working towards recovering!

    And wowee about Xander, glad to hear he's doing well and going to get better. My cousin had to get grommets as well, she was pretty much completely deaf til about 3! Just learned to lip read!

    And both, there are new people, and some have changed their names! A few have started to drop off the wagon a bit too!

    I'm eating chocolate melts with my beer mug of milk...I don't even really like chocolate that much anymore at night (don't mind it in the mornings though - which is when I ate some chocolate that Maz gave me, mmmm!).

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    Anna.. very nice to see you. Take all the time you need hun. Hope Xander's operations go well and help the poor little guy. Take care.

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    Great to see you in here Anna!! It's wonderful to hear you're on the road to recovery. You sound very positive through your post.
    Wow at Xander running and climbing! Last I spoke to you he hadn't even started walking yet. He's going great.
    I hope all goes well with the grommets. He'll be a new boy again soon.
    Was the chest pains you were getting part of the anxiety? And do you think one day you'll start trying for another?
    I was just thinking this morning how we'll have some new little bubbas around soon, but hopefully they don't make an entrance too soon (are you two listening, Sunshine & Ripley, stay in your mummy's bellies!!)
    I've just finished my coco pops so gotta get Nina up for the day, her last day at her current daycare today. I'm changing her to a new one next week. And boring old work for me. If I didn't get paid so well I wouldn't be bothered going in. aaahhhh well, love ya and leave ya.

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    hellooooooooooooo ladies!!

    hoping you are all well as with your beautiful children and unborn bubbies!!

    just a quick hello to let you all know we are doing great!

    Savanna is wonderful and is such a big girl now. She is cutting her molars poor bubba so shes a little sore. she is climbing on everything. ive caught her a few times scaling the kitchen drawers. she uses the handles as a ladder. gives me such a fright!!!! the couch seems to be her favourite cause she can reach the light switches from it. haha drives me crazy!! lol
    little bubba in my tummy is doing well according to my OB and is already head down. braxton hicks are getting more painful. everyone says i am much smaller this time around compared to my tummy size with savanna... hmmm wonder if that means anything??? well we still dont know really what we are having and im happy to keep it that way

    i have to read through and catch up on everyone but for now gotta get ready for my GT test uuuucckkkyyy

    take care ladies

    luv ambz
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    Jodi - Yep, the chest pains were more than likely from the anxiety. It is amazing what physical symptoms you can get from a mental illness!!! As for trying for another, not sure on that one right now, my number 1 priority is getting well again, once I am better DH and I will have to sit down and have a chat. If Clomid was the trigger, then not sure what we'll do - maybe try a naturopath. Why are you changing daycare? Has something happened at your current one?

    Nelle - Chocolate melts with warm milk is one of my faves! Yummmmmmmmmm. Bet that sent you off to sleep pretty quickly.

    Ambz - I hear ya on the molars... Xander is cutting 3 at the moment. Add that to his current ear infection and that adds up to one grumpy bubba! Great that your baking bub is doing well.

    Kellxx - Thanks for the well wishes. Hope all is well with you too?

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    Anna - Hellooooooo!!!!
    Yep I also changed my name due to a number of reasons.
    I am so glad that you popped in to say hi!
    I hope Xander goes well with the little OP that he is having.

    BBL James is crying.

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    Been in hospital overnight. Having contractions 8 min apart. Put me on nefideprine (or whatever its called) but wasnt having much luck stopping them so got a shot of morphine. Theyve died down a bit so Im on rest and theyll be watching me closely. Was <...> this close to being shipped to Melb. Bub is engaging but healthy, my cervix is closed and 'reasonably' high meaning he isnt coming in the next 24-72hrs. My OB is confident that we'll make it to 36wks atleast, if not further if I rest and keep an eye out, he wanted to keep me in tonight too but I said no, id come back if anything happened. I feel so nauseous and cant keep any food down, apparently a side effect of the medication. Hoping itll ease up soon.

    Will keep you posted!

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