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    Hey everyone. Is it just me, or have some of our posts gone missing? I could be wrong but I think we're missing about two weeks worth of posts. Also I'm sure I got an e-mail notification saying that Jessey had posted (Monday I think it was) yet there is no post here from her.

    Just wondering if I'm going crazy.

    OP - Sorry to hear that you're not getting much sleep. Hopefully DS and DD will get on a similar sleeping pattern for you.

    AFU - It was my birthday on Sunday. DH made breakfast for me then took me out for lunch and dinner. As a present he booked me in for an hour long massage yesterday and organised for a friend to watch B for me. It was SO relaxing.



    I have a question for you about poos again though. B's seem to be very...mucousy. not sure if that's the right way to explain them. But they foam when they come out now instead of squirting and they kinda resemble snot. And as per usual I'm a bit worried that they're not 'normal'. I guess I'm paranoid that the antibiotics they gave me after my appendix was taken out have affected his gut bacteria.

    Gotta run. B just woke

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    Yep Dr T - bellybelly crashed Sunday night. Restored Yesterday morning but two weeks' worth of posts were lost. Bummer!!

    Re B's poos - I'm not too sure about the frothy poo! I'm thinking its ok.... Does he seem concerned about it? Like unsettled or in pain?

    Are there still globby bits, like mustardy-looking seeds, in his poo?

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    Yeah, he's still got the curdy looking bits in it, and they're still the same colour, they're just frothy and mucousy.

    I know entirely too much about his poos it's all the nudy baby time I give him. He almost always does a wee and a poo while I have him on the floor on a towel

    That is a bummer about the lost posts. I was really looking forward to reading what Jessey had written since we hear from her so infrequently.

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    What colour are they? The frothy poo I mean.

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    Hi girls, hope everyone is well, sucks about losing the 2 weeks worth of posts, I cant remember what everyone is doing.

    Dr Tal - I think the poo sounds normal, I think I remember DD being a little frothy with occasional mucousy stringy bits in there.

    Had E weighed yesterday and he is 5.96kg he is a big boy, well big for me, DD was small and petite, I am thinking E is going to be big like his daddy. I have had heaps going on so havent been able to come in and make any post so I will try and say as much as I can now, while both kiddies are asleep.

    Last thursday DH and DD were mucking around in the rumpus room and DH was doing army rolls (lol) around the floor cracking DD up and as he rolled she ran into him and he rolled on her ankle and sort of bent it back, so we had a trip to the emergency room, they said nothing was broken and that it was probably strained, poor thing couldnt walk for 4 days, she crawled everywhere, or wanted to be carried. Mum came around on the friday to play with her while I cleaned the house thank god, then DH came home early from work because he felt so terrible that he had hurt her. She is all good now though, still limping but its only been a week.

    We have DH's nans 80th birthday party tomorrow and its at my in laws house, they only live next door, well the back of their yard backs onto the side of our backyard if that makes sense, they technically live around the corner. We live on an acre each and we have a gate between the properties and share a small tractor and ride on mower. My FIL is a wonderful man, he and DH's mum were divorced years ago and now he has remarried and the lady he has remarried is a real pain in the butt, lets call her R for the purpose of this story. A couple of week ago, DH was talking to his dad at the gate and I needed him to watch the kids while I ducked down the street, so I wrapped E in a blanket and went outside to see him. I didnt realise that R was there at the gate talking aswell, if I had known that I would not have gone out there. She is the kind of person who never asks how you are but raves on about how tired she is coz she does night shift and she is dying because she has lupus etc ** insert rolling eyes here** no one has it as bad as her apparently. I bite my tongue I am friendly and just nod smile and agree. Anyway as I got to the gate she says to me "hello stranger" I said hello, then she said in a *****y winey voice "oh you have E with you, well I havent seen him since he was born, only that time when you brought him home from the hospital" (picture really sooty voice)I said jokinly "oh well you know where we live" all the time thinking typical R making it out to be all about her, she then said the me "oh well you know where we live, we work night shift you know and everytime I go to your house your not home" I was blown away at this attack at me, I said "well I cant help it if you work night shift, thats why I dont come over here because I never know if you are sleeping or not" this was all in front of my DD too, I got so mad at her and just turned around and walked off, then she started saying something behind my back so I turned around and said "no R dont your even make a comment, I walked out here and you didnt even ask me how I was you just started at me, dont say anything" and I walked off and thats the last time I have spoken to her. So anyway this brings me back to DH's nans 80th birthday on saturday at their house, this will be the first time I have seen her since and I can tell you she better keep her mouth shut or it will be on for young and old. Sorry for that long story just needed to vent I think lol, I will let you know how it all goes.

    We were ok during the floods, they are saying though that it was just a preview and that there are chances of more floods so we will stay tuned for that one.

    I am also in the process of starting a business, it will be an online store specialising in maternity and nursing clothes, new and preloved. We do not have a lot to choose from in my area so I am also hoping to do some markets and in the long term open and shop in town. I will fill you in more when my website is up and running, my launch date is going to be 1st October and I am hoping to join the BB market place. My website is nearly finished and I have another order of clothes arriving this week very exciting.

    Anyway I will shut up now, talk soon xoxoxo

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    Hi all! I actually wrote this last night but realized this morning that it hadn't submitted...

    I was wondering why bellybelly wasn't loading, thought it was my new ipod being weird. Bummer about the loss of posts. I was thinking one day I should go and copy it all so I have a record of some stuff since I'm not keeping a diary! Ah well, it was only 2 weeks. I wonder what the best way to save all the posts in our forum would be.

    Dr T - Happy birthday for the other day! On the topic of poo, it's hard to know without seeing it, but I think the poo you're describing is like T's sometimes.

    OP - Sorry to hear X's longest sleep overnight is only 4 hours, at least I think that's what you mean? There was a mum at my exercise class who reckons her baby sleeps straight through already, from 6pm to 6am! So jealous. I thought we were doing well with T sleeping 7 hours or more the last week, starting with that 10 hour sleep last Thursday night. It increased all of a sudden to that after it had been consistently 4 or 5.

    Salad - I can empathize with your run in with R. I can't stand people who never ask how you're going, especially if they're like my FIL who LOVE to talk and tell the most boring irrelevant stories (about people you'll never meet and on topics that seem totally random) with great excitement as though his audience is hanging on every word, when in reality I'm usually avoiding eye contact or staring at him trying to convey my wish that he'd just SHUT UP!!! And he came over one day a week after T was born, and I was totally sleep deprived, and for some reason he thought it was a good idea to say, "I knew you guys would struggle." I lost it, and went off at him! What a stupid thing to say!! I called and apologized the next day for swearing at him. I didn't want to let him get away with it entirely though so I said something like, "I'm sure you were just trying to reassure us but said it the wrong way." This was my diplomatic way of confirming that what he said was just DUMB.

    Oops sorry to have my own rant there! Good luck with your new business, sounds like something close to your heart which is a key ingredient for success, or so I hear! I wish there was somewhere that sold preloved nursing clothes near me. Great idea!

    Hope your DD's foot is better now. Ouch!

    How is everyone else doing? I've been thinking about the girls doing it alone, wondering how they're coping. I don't think I could do it by myself and have such huge admiration for them! Can understand why they haven't had time to pop in!

    AFM - T had his first round of vaccinations today. I was going to take him by myself but got the yips and called DH just before I left and asked if he would come and he said okay. Phew! So I picked him up from work and he held bub while he was getting jabbed. T's cried heartily, but it was a similar cry to one he's had the last couple of days after waking up, so it wasn't too hard to listen to IFYKWIM. Though I wonder if he was in pain both those time? Poor little guy. He went to sleep in the sling and stayed asleep when we put him in the car, and I was thinking, "Woohoo, he might be one of these babies that get sleepy after their shots!" But then he woke up before we got home and did the usual fight to stay awake thing. Bah. Oh yeah, in case anyone remembers that I was having some success getting him to sleep during the day, turns out that was only a short phase!

    Gotta go take a skype call!

    Update: Looks like we have one of those babies who are unsettled after their shots. T was making noises all night!! And had the shortest first sleep of the night in over a week. I got about 3 hours sleep.

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    EJ - Sorry to hear that T was so unsettled after his shots. You're lucky you were able to get your DH to go with you to hold him though. Mine was out of town and it near about broke my heart holding him. Hopefully he's feeling better now and is letting you sleep at night again. B was really unsettled the night he had his shots too add to that that DH was out of town and I was pretty exhausted come the next day.

    Skype is great isn't it? I've been talking to my mum on it once a week and I'll be calling my brother this weekend. We also have really close friends that live in England that we call. It's been good because they can see B plus it doesn't cost us anything!

    Salad - I think I'd have had a hard time holding my tongue too. R sounds a bit like DH's mum. A right pain in the butt. Everything is always our fault. She NEVER is the one to blame and has mastered the pity party!

    That's really exciting about your business. I'll be looking forward to seeing your nursing stuff. Everything here is either really frumpy (yes I'm a new mum, but I still have some sense of style) or REALLY expensive. So I only have 3 tops, which I wear and when B is having a really spitty day I generally end up smelling like sour milk cause I'll go through all three tops in a day Make sure you PM me the website as soon as it's up and going (I don't think you can post them).

    OP - They're sort of a mustard yellow colour, so the same colour they've always been, just really frothy and foamy. Had to laugh because DH changed one of the frothy mucousy ones last night for the first time. It really grossed him out, I couldn't help but laugh at him.

    AFM - Looks like it's my turn to have a vent. I have two

    First one is MIL (surprise surprise) I am SO SICK of her telling us how to raise B. Especially since I COMPLETELY disagree with what she says. She's constantly making snide comments about how we're spoiling him and how we're making a rod for our back and how we'll wish we'd listened to her down the track. GRRRRR As if I'd take advice from someone who hits her other grandson with a rolled up newspaper that is duct taped together or throws things at him if he's too far away so she doesn't have to get up I wouldn't even do that to my dogs! She gets up us when we go to him straight away if he cries. Apparently "he needs to be left to scream (yes scream...not just cry...we need to leave him till he works himself up so much he's screaming....apparently) so his lungs develop properly" what a load of $h!t. The only time he EVER cries is if he's dirty, hungry or has wind. I'm not about to leave him there uncomfortable because she thinks we're 'spoiling' him. THEN she had the audacity to go off at us because we never leave him alone with her!! She's outright said that if/when he's ever left with her she'll raise him the way 'he should' be raised and won't be 'cow towing' to him like we do As if we'd leave him with her KNOWING that he'll be left to cry when he's dirty or hungry!! She even told me the other day that I should hit him!!!! When the milk is running out in my breasts, he'll start to tug on it a bit and will knead it with his hand. That's how I know it's time to change sides. Well she told me I should hit him when he touches my breast because it's 'disgusting' :WTF: It's NORMAL baby behavour. Hit a baby that's less then 3 months old!!! What kind of person does she think I am. For that matter what kind of person is she??!!

    Next vent is about everyone that thinks they need to 'save' me from using cloth nappies. I made a concious decision that I wanted to use cloth on B. I am not using them because I can't afford disposables. I wish everyone woudl just stop criticising them or trying to convince me to change to disposables. I like his washable nappies. Disposables give him nappy rash. I have no problem doing a load of them a day. And the next person that insinuates I must be using them because we can't afford disposables is going to cop a real tongue lashing! I have one friend that insists on calling me up and letting me know which shops are having sales on which brands of disposables and telling me how much money I'd save by going to buy them there. She got really stroppy with me the day I told her exactly how much I was saving by using washables! I don't go around trying to convince people who use disposables to go cloth, so why do so many people feel they need to tell me how horrible cloth is and how I'd be so much happier using disposables? I know cloth nappies aren't for everyone, and I don't look down on people for not using them so why can't people give me the same respect and just accept that I like using cloth?

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    Dr Tal - I am so glad you have your head screwed on tight, people should just mind their own business. You sound like you have a similiar parenting style to me and my DH not saying what we do is right but its right FOR US so keep doing what your doing. I know you will anyway. You poor thing having to put up with a mother in law like that. How the bloody hell is B touching your breast disgusting - some people. I have a friend who's partner used to tell her off for breastfeeding in front of people and made her out to be dirty and a tart, can you believe that, you cant even see anything so how is that being a tart.

    I said to my DH I would love to organise a huge australia wide event where all the breastfeeding mothers get together in the one spot in their local town and all breastfeed at the same time as a kind of message to those people who think it is wrong to do in public. Kind of like those flash mobs that turn up in the same place all at once and start dancing. How fun would it be if all of a sudden all these women start breastfeeding in the one spot. I said to DH that every one who particpates could give a gold coin and we could donate it to the Breastfeeding association or mcgrath foundation or something.

    Oh and as for using cloth nappies I think those that do are amazing.

    I will send you a PM about the nursing tops.

    Hi everyone else

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    Dr Tal - I hope you won't be offended if I say your MIL sounds like a terrible person!!! But can I also just say how lucky you are that B only cries if hungry, dirty or windy? Life would be so sweet...

    I know what you mean about the cloth nappy thing. A pregnant friend of mine was like, "Aren't you supposed to be a greenie? What about all that water?" It wasn't so much what she said but how she said it. Very snidely indeed! She's a neat freak, I bet she dreads the thought of poo in general.

    Salad - love your breastfeeding flash mob idea! Do you go to ABA meetings? I'd love to see that actually happen and be a part of it!

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    Dr Tal - My other post that's gone *POOOF* was pretty much just a poor me post about DD1's horrible behaviour just lately. So you didn't really miss anything

    Smack a baby!?! Are you kidding me!? What is wrong with her... I get the same sort of "opinions" from family... the one i'm not looking forward to is the "Are you STILL feeding her!!" With DD1 it started at 3months and didn't finish til she self weaned at 19months! Apparently its "wrong" feeding for that long. One distant relative even said it was sick letting her anywhere near my breasts after 6weeks of age
    By the time DD1 was 4months old i'd pretty much learnt to filter their "advice" and take the bits i agreed with and the rest was like water off a duck's back.

    EmmaJane - Hope T is doing better, i truely HATE needle time. I personally have a slight phobia of needles cos imo they hurt like hell so i hate watching my girls go through it.

    Salad - Your business sounds awesome buying maternity/breastfeeding friendly clothes is crap. Its so hard to find something nice and when you do it'll cost you an arm and a leg. And as for R, good on you for standing up for yourself she was WAAY out of line.
    Also someone's own partner making them feel like crap about breastfeeding... So not cool that poor woman.

    Sorry if i missed anyone and that was all over the place.

    AFU - DD1's tantrums are still happening at least once a day, she gets so worked up that the lights are on but nobody's home she just moans and screams but her eyes are vacant. I try talking to her, cuddling her she just hurts me (bites, scratches, pinches, smacks head butts hurts me in any way she can)... DF made me leave her in her room to cry it out yesterday and she scratched and bit herself :'( I really don't know how to help her...

    Shay is doing really well such a laid back baby compared to Lyla at that age. She gets to FINALLY meet her Great-Grandma tomorrow (she's been having chemotherapy since i was 8months pregnant so i haven't been able to go near her) i'm so excited.

    Hope everyone's well to all of you and your little bubbies

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    hey Emma, nah I dont go to ABA meetings but BF is something I am very passionate about and would one day love to be a lactation consultant and help other ladies. Maybe we might have to organise the oz wide flash mob meeting lol. If we all work together I am sure we can get the word out there.

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    Sal - I would LOVE to do an Oz wide flash mob breastfeed! I know a couple of ladies here where I live that would join in, and I'm sure we'd be able to find HEAPS more.

    That's really horrible that your friend's partner is so nasty to her about breastfeeding. I know some people who are like that as well (my father for one) and it's just ridiculous. It's those type of people that make women ashamed of breastfeeding and have made it need to be done behind closed doors so women have 'lost' (so to speak) the knowledge of how to do it IYKWIM.

    As for MIL I basically let it go in one ear and out the other. But it just makes me mad that she could even suggest I hit him...at 12 weeks old!!?? I also feel really bad for nephew because SIL's ideas of child raising are just as screwed up as hers. They use to leave him to just cry and cry and cry, and now can't understand why he's distant,never gives cuddles and doesn't listen to him I remember going out there one day and he'd been crying so much he'd cried himself horse and they were still ignoring him. There's controlled crying, and then there's just cruelty! But I won't get started on that one or I'd never stop.

    Jessey - I can't beleive people started on you about breastfeeding at 3months Why wouldn't you be! All the health organisations recommend it until at least 12 months and then as long after that as you are able! I think it's FANTASTIC that you were able to BF DD1 for so long

    Unfortunately, I don't have anything to help you with DD1's tantrums. They seem to be really bad, and it must really be heartwrenching for you to watch...especially when she hurts you and heself! One of our close friends has a daughter that use to throw really bad tantrums one day the mum was at her wits end and hosed her off and that brought her out of it, but I'm not sure I'd suggest that

    EJ - No you won't offend me at all by saying that about my MIL. She's a real piece of work, and I'm sure I've said a lot worse then that about her myself.

    As for your friend and her comment. How is using water worse then filling up the landfill with diapers that take years to break down? Plus if you have a front loader it really doesn't use much water anyway

    AFU - B's been rolling over regularly now! As you probably remember he rolled over for the first time at about 3 1/2 weeks, but he didn't do it again until father's day. But now he rolls over probably every other day (from his belly to his back).

    He's also started doing this thing that I call his Steevie Wonder He'll start to move his head from side to side (kinda like Steevie Wonder use to do when he sang....hence the name) and he'll really get up a rock going and he'll nearly get over onto his side, but he always seems to stop too soon. First time he did it I thought he was having some sort of convulsion, but now I find it kind of amusing. He always seems to get so frustrated when he opens his eyes only to see he's still on his back

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    Hi everyone....remember me? It has been many many MANY months since I posted on here...but I have been lurking

    I stopped posting because during my pregnancy I became soo anxious about something going wrong that I stopped coming on the BB site all together...something I regret now but at the time was what I needed to do

    Anyways...Congrats to all of you for the arrival of all these beautiful babies


    I had an amazing baby girl...the birth went brilliantly...although I was having 8 minute contractions for 2 and a half days...I was induced at 10am and had baby Lily 4 hours later.

    She is a gem

    Anyways- better get to reading some of your posts before she wakes....see you all soon
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    hi delphmoon welcome back and congratulations on the birth of Lily.

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    Delph - So fantastic to see you back again

    Congratulations on the birth or Lily 2 1/2 days of labour though wow.

    I LOVE the name Lily. If we had a little girl I wanted to name her Lily Grace, but DH wanted Abigail or Eleanor. Guess we were saved the trouble of having to decide which we'd go with by having a boy

    hello everyone else.

    AFU - We have a wedding we're going to this weekend and I found the cutest dress slacks and shirt for B when I was out shopping yesterday. I can't wait to see them on him I reckon he'll look adorable

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    Wow, nice to see you back Delphmoon! I wondered where you had got to. Totally understand your anxiety back then.

    Thanks for making me think about wedding outfits for babies Dr T! We are going to one next weekend and another.2 weeks after that.

    On iPod while feeding Trav. Hurts!

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    Hi ladies,

    So sorry for being a bad buddy - I read everything but as I've said before I'm always on the iPhone so its a bit tricky to write a long reply!

    First of all - hi Delph!! Course we remember you I confess, I'd seen you posting around a bit recently and thought "I wonder if she'll pop back in and say hi..?" So great to see you back and hear that everything went well with little Lily. Beautiful name!!! Hope to see you in here a bit more

    Dr T and EJ - so cute that your little men will be dressing up for wedding soon! Please take photos and let us see how adorable they look We're off to a wedding in Nov but its no kids so no cute photos of my little man...

    Dr T - wow on Mr B rolling! He definitely sounds like he's on the move with his Stevie Wonder! So cute!

    Salad - I thought the same thing about becoming an LC. I'm really passionate about breastfeeding too, in fact I've just signed up to become a breastfeeding counsellor with the ABA. They offer a Cert IV in Breastfeeding Education, which I have enrolled in and have my first big study session thing on Sunday afternoon. Pretty excited about it all!

    I'll put my hand up for a flash mob too! Wonder if we could somehow get this idea off the ground? What do you think???

    Jessey - how are you going hun?? Big big hugs... I know some of what you are going through, our DD is being a real PITA at the moment too. DH has been home this week (quiet at work) and we are both completely worn out by her. Can't wait for my in laws to be home so we can send her there for a day to give us a break. She is just so full on - whinges, cries, tantrums, hits our DS because she knows it gets an immediate reaction from us... I just hate it. We don't know what to do either so I don't know that I can offer you any sort of good advice... I'm so sorry...

    Can you ignore the behaviour? Or does that just make it worse? What about some sort of time out?

    These are the things we are trying with our DD. Its even more difficult at the moment though because she has been sick, we all have, with gastro and now it seems she has conjunctivitis and a cold. Plus I think she's starting to get her 2yo molars and DS is having a wonder week/developmental leap... so he's demanding more attention, which makes DD even more unhappy.

    Sigh! All the fun and games of parenting...

    EJ and Dr T - your respective people issues are horrendous and I'm so sorry you have to deal with people like that marring this beautiful time in your lives!! Ignore ignore ignore...

    Sorry I can't write anything more enlightened than that... I had two kids asleep but now the big one has woken up and is completely delirious, she's just crying and falling all over herself...

    Hope everyone else is going well!

    Oh a little update about DS, not really much to update apart from the fact that he is starting to be a little baby now and not so much of a newborn. He's so much more aware, he wants to be part of everything. He's such a happy bub unless tired/hungry/in pain, he smiles at everything and anyone... its adorable. We had one nasty unsettled day where he cried a lot for no apparent reason but thankfully that has settled and he's back to his lovely self. Even yesterday he had the gastro bug that has gone thru our family and he was still happy... his little face would go red, he'd cough or burp, then have a nice big fountain of vomit and have a little cry, I think more because it was getting all over his face, then he'd be smiling again. Poor little mite - I felt so bad for him but he seemed ok!

    Better run before DD destroys something...

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    Delphmoon - Welcome back and congrats on the birth of Lily. Gorgeous name

    Ocean Princess - thanks for the hugs, goodness knows i could use them right now... hope your DD gets better soon, behaviour and health wise

    Lyla's slowly getting better (touch wood) its been 2 days since her last tantrum which was a WHOPPER! Went for over 2 hours. When it started i put her in timeout.
    She came straight out and smacked me with a hard toy.
    Put her back in and told her she was hurting me and she needs to stay here till she can be a nice girl.
    She started headbutting and kicking the wall, floor anything really then came back out yelling at me, no words just yelling.
    Asked her to use her words and tell mummy what was wrong which just got more yelling
    She was wearing a tracksuit so got really hot her hair was wet with sweat, tried to give her a drink and take at least the jumper off. Got smacked, kicked and bitten so let her go, she ran into my room and hid under the doona (great get even hotter ) tried talking to her.
    Offered her all her favourite things if she'd calm down and come out (blue bath, bubble bath, drawing on the ground outside with chalk, make a cake, help me vacuum) nothing worked...
    by now she had bitten herself, drew blood once and had a huge bruise for the other... was at my wits end and remembered something someone on here said someone did (said they didn't reccomend it but a friend or someone had done it) so i did that...
    I grabbed her facing away from me so she couldn't bite and Lyla and i had a cold shower!
    Within seconds she transformed back into my beautiful girl and wanted a cuddle and hasn't tantrumed since.
    I'm not proud of what i did but i didn't know what else to do... i really hope that this is the end of the daily tantrums. i know she'll tantrum again, she's a toddler they do sometimes, i just want her to be happy.
    Sorry that turned into a me post :/

    to everyone else. Hope you're all doing well xx

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