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Old Apr 4th, 2013, 01:42 AM   3411
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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...e-England.html

Where Lauryn almost went on her holiday!!!!!!!!!

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Old Apr 4th, 2013, 07:35 AM   3412
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That was a close call Lolly! . God knows what would be left of your car if you parked there! Lol x



 
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Old Apr 4th, 2013, 16:30 PM   3413
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Hahahaha I know!! So glad we didn't go and it was just 38 we had paid that seems like so long ago now that I was asking you Ally and Kellie about the area! Well it was - around 9 months ago I think crazy!



 
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Old Apr 5th, 2013, 16:01 PM   3414
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Hahahhaha! You had one very lucky escape there lauryn! I didnt realise jaywick had gotten so bad tbh. I dont know how the holiday place there is still in business.

I went with ally on weds to get the babies weighed. Oliver was 19Ib so still on the 91st centile and when I said about my normal clinic saying he was to be observed the lady at this one kindly measured him to see if his height and weight are equal. He is on the top centile for height so now there are no concerns, he just is a big baby!

Spent this week fighting the strep eye bug and now his eczema round his neck has turned into a fungal infection so more medicine its bright red and very angry looking, causing him to be very grumpy the past two days. The move is going well, last night he slept through til half five, then 6.30 til 9. Was lovely! Feeling a bit down tonight, so going to treat myself to a easter egg. Have lost 18 1/2Ib so a treat is in order!

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Old Apr 6th, 2013, 11:22 AM   3415
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Poor Oliver, he's been through the wars hasn't he hope his eye and neck are better soon

Millie's on 91st for her weight too, but for length she's above 91st so there's never been any concerns. It'd be lovely if all the HV's read from the same page and didn't worry us at times wouldn't it I tend to not listen to HV's too much as most of them are still going on outdated methods/advice and some are just plain ignorant/shit!

Well done on the weight loss Kellie I'm on 16lbs so far and I'm kinda off the wagon at the moment, but trying desperately to get back on! Only 5 months until our holiday and I've still got quite a bit to shift in that time.



 
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Old Apr 6th, 2013, 14:33 PM   3416
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Kellie- a treat is definitely in order after losing that amount!! You are doing great with your weight loss. Poor Oliver- I hope the medicine kicks in soon, bless his heart.
I am so pleased the HV put your mind at rest, she was so lovely.

Lauryn- well done on your weight loss too!

I have been wanting to kick start the diet again, but think I wished to lose weight too much as I then got a tummy bug- really didn't want to lose weight that way. Poor Izzy got it too, we are both 2 days past it and still cant stomach too much to eat. So far- touch wood Dave and Poppy have managed to escape it.

Poppy is trying to escape her bouncy chair- think we need to retire it now, she cant actually get out as the straps are on but i'm concerned she'll tip it over or bang her head! Little monkey is such a fidget!

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Old Apr 7th, 2013, 15:07 PM   3417
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Well done everyone on your weight loss! I'm on weight watchers but am not actually weighing myself, I'll be happy when I fit back in all my old clothes, so the points system is helping me get there hopefully!

Someone please tell me how long the 4 month sleep regression lasts? I am so exhausted! Flynn never woke in the evenings after he had gone to bed and definitely never before 1pm for feed or dummy and is now waking almost every evening between 9.30 and 11 and as a result our evenings are spent in fear of the monitor! It all been since he moved into his own room which is 2 weeks ago tomorrow. The whole thing is actually making me really anxious as I'm so worried that he's going to wake up all the time that I can't get to sleep, and once I have got up and seen to him I can't get back to sleep as I'm so worried he will wake again, help!!! Xxx



 
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Old Apr 8th, 2013, 04:55 AM   3418
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Hope oliver is better soon Kellie bless him! His eye looks a lot better already, and I think a lot of babies get directions necks when the teething starts, Wrens is a little sore.
the last few nights wren has definitely been sleeping gets worse, she always got stuck least 7 hrs in a chunk whereas the last week we've been going to bed At 8 waking at 12 then 4 and being up at 6. I know waking twice is not that bad but as pops says it's hard to get back to sleep and feels like you're getting no sleep when your getting such small chunks!
Praying it doesn't get any worse. We may try her in her cot this week and see if that helps.
That's so great on the weight loss girls bet you feel fab!! I am now 4lbs less than before I got pregnant god knows how I've done it but it feels fantastic!!



 
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Old Apr 8th, 2013, 06:08 AM   3419
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Hay girls! Sorry to hear nights haven't improved pops. I have no info on the regression, just hope it ends soon .

Also hope wren sorts herself out, bless ya

Congrats on everyones weight loss, your all doing so well! Im struggling to shift it tbh, still same weight as last month. Since last Thursday ive been powering on the treadmill and doing my pump it up dvds everyday, also keeping below 1200 cals a day, I hope that will make some difference . Hate being fat and frumpy.

Off to work at 2pm for a few hours, got some root treatments booked in and im getting wound up what files I need, really dont want to get told off .

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Old Apr 9th, 2013, 04:53 AM   3420
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Thanks girls. He is all better now, eye and neck completely clear. Now we are teething which is causing some extreme crying again. Its literally all day. Sometimes I feel like I could break down as it really has been one thing after the other, bronculitis, uti, excema, eye, neck, diarrhoea....5 months of illness, pain and crying. I literally can't do nothing now, he cries at everything we try to do with him again. He only is happy in his buggy and the bath. The only thing saving my sanity is that he is sleeping well, last night 11-7. Sorry for the moan, just everything seems to get better then bam it all goes back to the same.

Really hope all your sleep gets better soon. There is definately light at the end ofthe tunnel, for us moving into his own room was the best decision. Sure it wont last but im enjoying some sleep while I can x



 
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