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Postby DebraP » Thu Nov 25, 2004 10:12 am

I'm sorry I forgot to log in before that last post...I'm not sure why it's possible on this forum but not the others.....never mind.

Shell, in answer to your snow question, I guess we had about a foot and half of snow last week! Knee height I'd say. It rained yesterday and is +1 degree today so most will melt.

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Postby Tracey S » Thu Nov 25, 2004 5:08 pm

Gosh can't beleive I have missed all this - too busy with Ian being away last week
Shell -great and good on ytou for going away - enjoy - you deserve it. How are things with Lee? Have my fingers crossed it will all work out for you all. Any ideas where you are going yet?
Ready Brek - I always look at lables and have not seen it - trying to find Cow and Gate organic porridge but not easy to find so got another - getting ready as they are 4 mnths next week - yikes where does the time go?

Glad you are all well you efficient lot!
Love to all
T, E and A
ttc 9 years. 38 yrs old, dh 8 hrs younger!First IVF in Aug 2002 and had ectopic.2nd IVF neg.3rd FET and negative.4th FET and positive but sadly lost our little boy at 20 weeks.5th FET and Alice Isobel and Emily Charlotte born 5th Aug 2004!
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Postby SallyP » Fri Nov 26, 2004 1:08 pm

Hi girls - sorry - was out of the office all day Wed then my off day was Thursday.

Debra - oooh you did give me a fright re the Ready Brek, but I agree it must have been the gravy as that's really high in salt. Poor little mite. I know in all my books it says weetabix and ready brek are pretty much the only ones that are ok post 6 months. Tracy - when your little ladies are on breakfast, Boots do a really good organic baby porridge - I think it's the only one that's gluten free which is important until they get to 6 months when they can start having gluten. Not seen you on the board - i bet you've always got your hands full havent you - still - lovely to hear from you and love to your girls.

Di - just seen your thing re Ben and his eczema. What a shame the poor sausage, it must be so uncomfy for him. Jay started with eczema when he was 8 weeks, and we changed his milt to SMA LF (lactose free) and it disappeared within 3 days. He's 10 months now and still on LF milk twice a day, and we have slowly introduced cows milk in cooking and the eczema has not come back. You usually find that eczema is a symptom of some type of allergy or intolerance - either something in the environment (washing powder/conditioner) or food/drink (often dairy). My GP was very sceptical about using the LF milk and said that if it was lactose then the eczema would go within 2 days - and it completely disappeared, it was miraculous. If youhaven't been down this route it's worth a go - you can get LF milk from a pharmacy but might need to order it in - note LF not soya.

Shell - I'm so excited for you - I do feel you deserve a big run of good luck - so you're not starting work until 2005, Alex is a treasure (teeth and crawling and everything) and I think this will be a new start for you and Lee.

Love to all and hope you all have lovely weekends
love Sally xxxx
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