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Old Jan 23rd, 2013, 02:20 AM   3191
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You could do either time, but you still have to taste test so they'll open the cartons and you have to taste it then pour it into the bottles. The ready made stuff tastes slightly better than the powder formula FYI

Glad Poppy's jabs went well Ally keep persevering with a bottle, it took Millie a while before she got the hang of drinking from one. She's still a little slow on it actually but she's at least now getting the milk from the teat and not just licking it like she was before



 
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Old Jan 23rd, 2013, 04:21 AM   3192
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Thanks Lauryn!
Also forgot to say my dressing is off! Woohoo! X



 
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Old Jan 23rd, 2013, 04:43 AM   3193
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Old Jan 23rd, 2013, 14:36 PM   3194
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Yay for you Scally!! Jabs done AND dressing off!

Reimi went down about 10:15pm last night and slept till 4am, she's managed 5-6 hours every night this week, may long it continue! I have her jabs tomorrow and im going on my own, do they put the jabs in there thigh or arms? Im really not looking forward to it

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Old Jan 23rd, 2013, 14:39 PM   3195
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Yay for longer sleeps, well done Reimi.
They do them in their thighs, so something loose is good, and they tend to have sore thighs for a little while, good luck xx



 
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Old Jan 24th, 2013, 07:21 AM   3196
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No jabs for Reimi today as the nurse is sick, lol. Lucky escape for now!

Trying to get as much housework done as poss today, never seen my house so cluttered before - hate it! Tried phoning Haven up aswel ~(booked hol with them) but they wont speak to me as im not the 'lead' name, regardless im the dam wife! So miffed, all i want to do is change the caravan from a 3 bed to a 2 bed, hardly making some high profile requests. Also my morgage company wont take over payments from me as they need Marc to phone up AND write to them before i can pay with his card. I can understand they need to becareful with spitefull wives taking there hubby to the cleaners but its just annoying as that huge debt is also my own and i sort all the finiances out, not Marc.

Rant over, i need to practice a male voice.... xxx



 
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Old Jan 24th, 2013, 15:58 PM   3197
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Hi girls! Sorry I havent posted for awhile. Lots of posts to catch up on! Its very exciting reading about all your holidays, lauryn you are very brave to be going abroad! Least you wont end up at jaywick this year! Its uk for us again this year, theres no way I could do a plane with luke. Also good to hear all your babies weight gains, I still have to go to clinic, dreading it as its also very clicky and there are a lot of very unpleasent girls there with their equally unpleasent children. Am I the only one that after jabs had a baby with side effects? Oliver had a temperature, cried loads and one leg wouldnt move proparly until the next day. Our 12 week ones are the 6th, not looking forward to that again.

Oliver is 11 weeks today, and after 8 weeks of nearly all day crying I am starting to look more into it. Nothing is working, not infacol, colief, gaviscon... its hard hard work. Nothing I do makes him happy, maybe about 15 mins of the day whilst awake is he calm. He fusses and fights his bottles (went up a teat size, helped for a couple of feeds) farts all the time, has mucous poo for 6 weeks, his eczema isnt getting any better and the crying. Arggggg! So after a phone call the the doctor he thinksits lactose intolerance and we are being seen tomorrow. I so hope this is the answer, I don't want to watch him in pain anymore x



 
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Old Jan 25th, 2013, 05:40 AM   3198
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I was going to say maybe it's the formula and lactose intolerance related so sorry hun, it sounds like so much hard work. He has eczema too? Poor little boy happy 11 weeks to Oliver though, he's such a little cutie and looks so much like Luke

I'm thinking of going up to Notts to visit family this weekend, I'm just trying to decide whether I can be arsed with the long drive (haven't driven for more than 30mins with Millie so far) and whether or not to stay with family or get a hotel for me and the girls. OH is working tomorrow and then he's having a night out so thought I'd go visit everyone.



 
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Old Jan 25th, 2013, 05:45 AM   3199
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I hope the appointment went well Kellie, and that the doc will help Ollie, poor little man! We have our 12 week ones on the 11th, so horrible! Hope Ollie doesnt react this time.

Lauryn- a visit to your family sounds like a lovely idea! How long is the drive for you? I would say stay with family if they have the room that way they can help you out! x



 
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Old Jan 28th, 2013, 13:17 PM   3200
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Lauryn- how did your visit go? Did u stay with them or in a hotel?

hows everything going with everyone else?

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