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Old Nov 1st, 2014, 16:24 PM   3691
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Hi Helen and all the ccs'ers! I loved reading your post H, so great to hear the update. Sounds like you're a very busy bee and juggling everything marvellously.

Update from me is that Charlie's doing brilliantly at nursery. He never shuts up and is interested in anything and everything. He's riding his bike without stabilisers and is really good at the gross motor skills stuff. We redecorated his bedroom last weekend and he has bunk beds now and spends most nights flitting between them. Hopefully that will stop soon!

Henry is 9m and 14lbs. He has had a number of respiratory problems this year and is currently on steroids to try and clear his chest. The idea being he can get more air into his lungs with the steroids. He's under great ormond street for an inborn error of metabolism which could be something or nothing. He is trying desperately to move now, ESP when his big brother is in the room.

My birth with Henry was off the chart amazing. I did it all myself and my instincts took over and it felt like it was just me and hubby and Henry. Shame he was only 3lb 10 and was taken to scbu but we had amazing cuddles before they took him and I've been on a high ever since.

I love seeing everyone with their families on Facebook although I don't really post on there anymore I do read it though! Our first ccb Thalia will be 4 very soon. Seems only yesterday we were all peeing on sticks and putting them in the cbfm.

Love to everyone x



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Old Mar 14th, 2015, 19:00 PM   3692
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I totally have to link up on Facebook <lazy>

Glad you had an amazing birth - it is still such a surreal memory for me. Sorry Henry was poorly though And it is fab is doing well after being poorly and hope all the tests come back ok!

So is 2 harder than 1? It is a juggling act with 1 so imagine 2 is double trouble - I think I am the only ccs with only 1 child! Are you going back to work?

Is Charlie going to school in September? We will find out which school Ollie is in in April - I just want to know now! Am not worried about it as he is in preschool ft now anyway - in fact either of our top 2 choices are a lot easier geography wise - I will amend my hours to start at 9:15 so he will just be in afterschool club for and hour max as daddy finishes at 3

Happy Mother's Day to all hx



 
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Old Mar 14th, 2015, 19:02 PM   3693
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Ps Congratulations Rachel ! (Sorry I totally meant to say!)



 
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Old Mar 15th, 2015, 02:58 AM   3694
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At first having 2 was 10x the workload but it's easier now. The age gap was difficult too because c was still young and didn't understand that I had to share my attention elsewhere. He found that v hard. It's better now though and a 5 year age gap with one at school would just be like having another first baby I would have thought. Do it!

I'm due back at work in three weeks. Don't know how I'm going to juggle school when it starts in sept. Think I'll leave work tbh.

Yes join us on Facebook! Are you on there already? X



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Old Mar 15th, 2015, 12:25 PM   3695
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Havent been on here in ages. Nice to see you both.
Definitely connect on fb. Would be lovely to see you on there.

Hope you get the news soon about the school.



 
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Old Mar 15th, 2015, 16:33 PM   3696
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I am - I think i have messages somewhere with names to seek you out on



 
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