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Hi Maggie!!

Postby KATE » Sat Jun 28, 2003 8:19 pm

Hi Maggie, thank you for replying - I was wondering how things had went for you and I am delighted to hear your news.<br><br>My 3 are now 11 weeks and still not sleeping all night - well one is - how are your two doing?? What weight were they??<br><br>Hope you enjoyed your night out - I have been out twice and I had a blast!!<br><br>Kate
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Hi Maggie!!

Postby maggie » Tue Jul 01, 2003 8:59 pm

Hi Kate,<br><br>What lovely names. You must be so proud of your little girls and you did so well to go to 37 weeks. You must have been huge, I know I was. <br><br>I heard a rule of 12lbs or 12 weeks for babies to sleep through the night so a full nights sleep is hopefully just around the corner for you.<br><br>You are amazing being able to cope with 3 babies. Looking after my twins isn't as hard as I anticipated but it is still hard work. <br><br>Mine were born on March 19th. Travis was 5lb 14oz and Madison a whopping 7lb 4oz. They were born 3.5 weeks early. I had to have an emergency c-section after my waters broke at 4 in the morning because Travis (first twin) was breech.<br><br>My night out was lovely, thanks for asking. I drank quite alot that night but still felt sober at the end, probably because I knew that I had two lovely babies to come home to. <br><br>Well, better go and get some sleep. <br><br>We should try to keep in touch and compare notes.<br><br>Take care,<br><br>Maggie.xx
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Hi Maggie!!

Postby KATE » Sun Jul 06, 2003 9:01 pm

Hi MAGGIE, CONGRATULATIONS ON THE BIRTH OF YOUR TWINS - GREAT WEIGHTS!<br><br>2 OF MY 3 ARE NOW SLEEPING THROUGH TO ABOUT 7 OR 8AM, BUT KATIE LIKES BEING UP AROUND 5AM, ALTHOUGH THEY ARE ALL SO PLEASANT WHEN THEY ARE UP!!<br><br>THEY ARE ALL VERY GOOD, EXCEPT FOR ABOUT 2 HOURS IN THE EVENING WHEN THEY ALL GET VERY CROSS - I GUESS WE ALL GET CROSS AT SOME STAGE DURING THE DAY!! IT IS HARD WORK, BUT NOT AS HARD AS I THOUGHT IT WOULD BE - I THINK I AM VERY LUCKY BECAUSE THEY ALL SEEM VERY CONTENT(AT THE MOMENT). I CAN'T WAIT TO SEE HOW THWY REACT TO EACH OTHER WHEN THEY ARE A BIT OLDER. I KNOW THAT IT MIGHT GET MORE DIFFICULT, BUT THE GOOD TIMES DEFINATELY OUTWEIGH THE BAD - 3 LOTS OF SMILES!!<br><br>HOPE YOU AND YOUR FAMILY ARE ALL KEEPING WELL !!<br><br>KATE
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Hi Maggie!!

Postby maggie » Mon Jul 07, 2003 9:48 am

Hi Kate,<br><br>I know what you mean about their grizzly time. My two are the same in the evening but I've discovered that if I let them watch baby mozart (a dvd for babies which they love) they are not so bad. <br><br>Travis and Madison have started noticing eachother now and it's so sweet, They sometimes smile at eachother and have held hands when in their pushchair too. I dont know if the hand holding is just coincidence but it was very sweet anyway.<br><br>better go, it's feedtime again.<br><br>take care,<br><br>maggie<br><br>
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