January Mummies?

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  1. shampain

    shampain Mum to Patrick! :-)

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    Hiya, was just wondering, we have threads for Dec,March and Feb mummies but no Jan mummies thread....have i missed it? I tend to do that!! I would do it myself but ive got no idea how i would go about it! x
     
  2. spacecadet

    spacecadet 1st time mum

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    i was looking for it too, was there no other babies born in january??
     
  3. baby D

    baby D Joshua and Amelia x

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    yes me - i mean mine was born on jan 21st - can't believe she is 3 months!!!!
     
  4. lise2912

    lise2912 Mum to 3 x

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    Hi
    I am a January Mummy.
    Olivia was born on the 6th Jan. Gosh it is going so quick!!
    :cloud9:
     
  5. biscuit

    biscuit Well-Known Member

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    January mum here, my daughter was born on the 13th. There was a thread back in the pregnancy forums but it got taken over by a big winger so a lot of people abandoned it and I don't know if anyone bothered to restart one in here.

    Anyway, I think you just did start one so good on you.
     
  6. xLaurax

    xLaurax Oliver and Chloe's mummy

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    Hello Ladies!!! Another January mummy here! Oliver wasborn on the 15th. How is everyone doing? xx
     
  7. embojet

    embojet Molly and Ethan's Mummy

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    Another here, Jan 5th althpugh wasn't due till March 22nd, so I waw originally a March Mummy!
     
  8. Sovereign

    Sovereign Well-Known Member

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    Jan the 6th here! Hi guys! x
     
  9. baby D

    baby D Joshua and Amelia x

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    so how is everyones's little bundles doing at night?
     
  10. spacecadet

    spacecadet 1st time mum

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    haha still waking up about 4 times each night!
    trying to get some routine but not really happening yet..
    cant believe shes 4 months old now, her due date was 27 dec so she was a week late born on 3rd jan,
    shes starting to turn into a real little baby now, smiling and laughing and being interested in toys etc..:happydance:
    although the last week has also discovered this very high pitched scream when shes not happy...eek...:dohh:
    hows all the other jan babies doing?
     
  11. baby D

    baby D Joshua and Amelia x

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    ooh spacecadet - 4 x a night - poor you - Amelia wakes two normally. I am so desperate for a full nights sleep. Everbody said she'd be sleeping through by 3 monther....er, no!

    Cant believe how fast she is growing, though!
     
  12. LuluBee

    LuluBee Mummy to Alex

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    I'm a January mummy - and a lucky one I think Alex sleeps from 8.30pm til 6am - he takes after his Daddy and likes his sleep!
     
  13. Sovereign

    Sovereign Well-Known Member

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    You are so lucky! x
     
  14. codegirl

    codegirl Mom to Big E & little e

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    Edward arrived on Jan 26th so I'm a January mommy too!

    Edward wakes one to two times a night for a quick 20 minute feed and then straight back to bed. Sometimes we even nurse in bed when I'm feeling particularly tired.
    I can't believe that he's 3 months old and soooo big (25.5 inches long and 14lbs 8oz) at his 3 month appointment at the Dr. this past week.

    Anyone else excited about their first Mother's day coming up?
     
  15. LuluBee

    LuluBee Mummy to Alex

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    Oh we had Mother's Day in England in March - it's lovely so exciting leading up to it and then you feel dead proud on the day - what date is Mother's Day in Canada?
     
  16. codegirl

    codegirl Mom to Big E & little e

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    May 10th
     
  17. LuluBee

    LuluBee Mummy to Alex

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    Yay - how exciting for you :yipee: are you doing anything nice?
     
  18. princessellie

    princessellie Pregnant with #3

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    there is a jan mummies thread somewhere, i started it when leyla was born but its disappeared down the posts lol

    x
     
  19. embojet

    embojet Molly and Ethan's Mummy

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    Glad I'm not the only one who doesn't really have a routine, Molly slept practically all day yesterday so I thought we were going to have a rotten night but luckily it wasn't too bad. She still wakes for feeds every 4 hours.
     
  20. lise2912

    lise2912 Mum to 3 x

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    Hi All
    Hope all Jan mummys & babies are ok.

    Well Olivia goes in her cot at 8pm awake & settles herself. We then wake her at 11pm when we go to bed she has a bottle & falls back asleep she then sleeps in her swinging crib in our room. Olivia then usually sleeps until about 6-6:30.
    I am really proud of her our 2DS never used to self settle & our eldest slept with us until he was about 3 years old.
    :cloud9:
     

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