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Old Dec 20th, 2013, 11:04 AM   4681
sethsmummy
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ok so please excuse the mess/lack of bra and seth without any trousers on (hes going through a wont wear trousers time) and the fact i look a mess but i wanted to share...

View My Video

we have now managed 13 steps in a row but i didnt manage to get that on video.. hes getting more and more confident every day



 
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Old Dec 20th, 2013, 13:20 PM   4682
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Hi all

Sorry I haven't posted in what seems like forever but just don't find the time to sit here and write nowadays. have been reading though.

Hope your all looking forward to our babies 1st Christmas?

William is doing really well such a happy smily little boy. hes 10 months now crawling and getting into everything. poor lil boy is desperate to walk but hasn't got the balance to do it. Doesn't stop him getting cross about it though.
Hes currently weighing in at a whopping 23lb4! he loves his food and feeds himself all meals! will add a couple of pictures as an update for u all

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Old Dec 21st, 2013, 22:51 PM   4683
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Cute baby photos ladies
Sethsmummy I will have to watch the video tonight on my computer xo

Here's Kaylee at her maternity Xmas party, playing with the Xmas tree ball and her dad walking her xo





 
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Old Dec 24th, 2013, 16:07 PM   4684
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It's Christmas today in Australia.
Merry Christmas to everyone and all our little babies 1st Christmas xoxox



 
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Old Dec 24th, 2013, 22:50 PM   4685
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Merry Christmas Ladies and babies!! xxxx



 
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Old Dec 30th, 2013, 22:00 PM   4686
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Hi Ladies,
first off merry christmas and happy new year to all of you! I hope you enjoyed it with your new little ones.
I haven't posted in a while, it's been very busy for me, christmas shopping, Hubby and i have moved into our new house, and of course taking care of Emma!

I just had a question, i'm still having trouble getting her to sleep well at night. The first few nights we were in the new house she slept really REALLY well, she would go down at around 9 PM and sleep until 4am, have her bottle then back to sleep till 8:30-9 AM, that lasted about 3 days then it was back to waking up at 12, at 2, at 3 at 5, at 7, and at 9. Nothing changed so i'm not sure what happened but i'm back to being exhausted, last night it as a bit better since i ignored the 'i'm awake and lonely come get me' cry, and she managed to get her self back to sleep a few times, and this morning at 8:30 she was asleep all smushed int the corner of her crib because she had woken up and obviously moved. Question is, should i continue to ignore the cries for a bit until its the screaming cry that means shes hungry?



 
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Old Jan 2nd, 2014, 03:59 AM   4687
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Heaven I am experiencing the exact same thing. I am getting to the point where I have physically had enough of being exhausted so we are planning on trying something the health visitor suggested on Friday. We are going to try to night wean. When Alfie cries DH will go in with a beaker of water, offer it to Alfie, then put him straight in the cot. We will then have to leave him to cry. I hate the idea and at first said no way but things seem to be getting worse. He is having plenty of food and water during the day and still has 4 milk feeds in the day so he doesn't need the milk at night it is just for comfort. The other night he woke at 12 and wouldn't go back down no matter what I tried - feeding, nappy change , calpol, cuddles in our bed, rocking... In the end DH had to put him in his cot and leave him there at 2 and within 5 mins of crying he had fallen asleep! So I am now confident that he can put himself to sleep, he just doesn want to.

Will let you know if it works - apparently it takes 3 nights zzzz



 
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Old Jan 2nd, 2014, 04:43 AM   4688
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Good luck with the night training girls, it will be tough at first but worth it in the long run. Ruben isn't a consistent night waker, but I've always done it where I've checked him, made sure there's nothing obviously wrong and then put him straight back to bed, 9 times out of 10 he's asleep again within 10 minutes. Sometimes it takes a bit longer, but I know he's not hungry as he's slept through for while now, so I leave him to settle himself. On the odd occasion that doesn't work I have to stand by his cot until he calms down, but again that doesn't take too long normally.



 
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Old Jan 5th, 2014, 06:21 AM   4689
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Ethan wakes every night now too either once or twice... but I wont do cio.. I give him his dummy and lay him back down but if he gets back up I will feed him. Same for seth if he wakes through the night asking for milk ill get him it. Im a big believer that we have a drink through the nght if we want to so I wont withhold it from the boys. Haha rod for my own back but my bodies used to it since seth used to wait 5 4 or 5 times a night till he was 1 with him being so small I couldnt do cio as he needed al the milk he could get.

we officially have a walker now... ethan has been using walking as his main mode of transport for a few days now. Although walking in shoes is a different story lol. Hope your all getting on ok and the new year has been kind to you.

my poor sister had to stans by and watch her husband and children trapped in their farm by flood waters between christmas and new year. We didn't think the rescue teams would be able to get to them as the little boat couldnt get through but they managed to airlift them to safety thank goodneas! Xx



 
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Old Jan 7th, 2014, 16:12 PM   4690
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Sethsmummy: glad your Sis's kids & hubby are okay. Wow officially walking, determined little man! Well done!

Happy new year all xx

Well it's been an adventurous Christmas, Sophie ended up with an ear infection which kicked in on Boxing Day, she was pretty much out of it until second jan! She still somehow learned to craw forwards on the 28th though, not sure how as she was asleep and dosed up. On meds most of the time.

She fell and bumped her head too which meant a trip to a&e, second time in a month so now we have the hv coming to see us as its alerted the hospital and gp, makes me feel extra crappy I can tell you!

I have a huge problem now in that she will not sleep without me next to her, or her on me. It's tricky because I won't co sleep with her whilst oh is in bed as he nearly rolled onto her in his sleep. He works shifts so has to be in bed for 7pm meaning I get the couch or kids bedroom floor until he goes to bed. She sleeps through no problem so long as I am there and she doesn't seem to be fooled by me leaving a top with my smell on with her. She just won't settle in her own bed, it's not even a cry she full on screams

Good luck everyone trying to night wean.



 
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