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Postby DolceVita » Mon Nov 26, 2007 7:33 pm

Hope Everyone is doing well, Havent seen any new posts from all of you busy mommy's.... Hope everyone is excellent...My little bugs just got over a cold that lasted nearly three weeks, it was awful.. But now everyone is doing much better.

Baby A: Leila has decided she doesnt need to move her little butt anywhere she just rolls and sits on her butt.

Baby B: Nareg has been crawling all over the place, hes on a exploration journey

Baby C:Sevag is scooting his butt all over the room its funny he looks llike a worm.

But unfortunately none of them are sleeping through the night yet!!!

Ive given up and realize its just gonna be this way till they are old enough to understand i guess.

Hope to hear from you guys soon..
Take care and best wishes
With Gods Blessings BFP!

babies born January 13, 2007 g~b~b

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Postby teachertam » Tue Dec 04, 2007 2:13 am

Hello Ladies:

Vita: It is good to hear from you. Andrew does not crawl yet. He tries to crawl and then ends up dragging his one leg while pushing off with the other. He also can pull himself up in his crib. His legs are strong. I have had problems with Andrew sleeping through the night as well. My Dr. referred a book to me written by a Pediatrician. The name of the book is, "Healthy Sleep Habits, Happy Baby". It has been a great resource. We had been putting Andrew to bed entirely too late. Now he goes to bed between 7-8 pm.
He still wakes up occasionally during the night, but I try to let him put himself back to sleep. He normally cries for a couple of minutes and is back to sleep. Last night he went down at 7:15, and cried a couple of times around 12:30 am. I did not go to him and he put himself back to sleep. He awoke at 5:30 am. I brought him to bed with DH and I, nursed him and he fell back to sleep until 7:00 am. I finally am able to get some sleep. We moved Andrew into his own room a couple of weeks ago. That has helped also.

Justine: Sophie and Nick are adorable. Glad to hear that you are moved into your new home. Andrew calls me Mum Mum or Mama. He usually calls me in the morning when he wants me to retrieve him from his crib.

Zoe: I love being a mother too. DH and I have talked about a 2nd child.
We would only do an IVF using my frozen eggs, no more shots and retrievals. Andrew had his 9mth Dr. appt. He weighed 20 lb 13 oz and was 30" long.

Hello to Heather, Jo, Kareen and anyone else that I may have missed.

Regards,
Tammy
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Postby PebblesUK » Wed Dec 05, 2007 7:49 pm

Hello Ladies

Wow, it's been so long! We are doing great. Ellie is one next Tuesday, I can't believe it!

She's managed to stay off the oxygen since beginning of November (she was poorly and went back on for a bit). She's sitting up beautifully. She goes onto all fours and the last couple of days has started sliding backwards!

She still doesn't weight bear or put anything into her mouth. She's also a bit stiff on her left side and this side is slightly slower - she sees the physio for this. She is also still not sleeping through the night! Last week she was a massive 19lb 11oz and 69cm long!

We are moving house next week. Only round the corner but a bigger house. Nothing else to report oh other than I'm going to be a grandmother!!!! Hannah is 12 weeks pregnant! Another story for another day!

This picture was taken on Saturday at my nan's 90th birthday.

Take care everyone. Forever in my thoughts

Jo
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Postby JustinesBaby » Fri Dec 07, 2007 10:46 pm

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Postby PebblesUK » Mon Dec 10, 2007 9:58 am

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Postby teachertam » Wed Dec 12, 2007 12:59 am

Ladies: For those of you who breastfeed, did any of you have problems with your nipples becoming very sore during feeding/pumping with the arrival of your baby's teeth? I can hardly stand to breastfeed Andrew now and try to have DH feed him the breastmilk in a bottle. I'm hoping if I can rest my breasts tonight, that they will feel better tomorrow.

Jo: Ellie is absolutely adorable!

Justine: I'm glad to hear that Nick is feeling better now.

Hello to everyone else.

Sorry this is short, but I'm exhausted and need to get to bed.

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Postby langton » Tue Jan 15, 2008 9:14 pm

Hi everyone long tine no see.
we all dont get on here much anymore, now we are all busy mums. I cant belive my girls are one in two weeks, where has time gone. Ive got to admit it is more work now than ever. I cant believe i wished all those bottle feeds away. Now ive got to have eyes in the back of my head. They re into everything now arnt they. They love to play drums with my pans at the min. Madeline is well on her feet i cant believe it she walked at 10 months and was trying her best at 9. Madison is on her feet but not walking yet, but she will talk the leg off you all day she says about ten words, which is unbelievable. So between the two of them you can say ive got a walking and talking child.
well ill have to go hello to everyone, glad to see your all well.
dolce vita you need a medal. its funny cause if im in the super market ppeople ask me how do you cope with twins. and i say you just do. so i suppose you just do aswell but it is hard work. any way take care everyone

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Postby hlloyd » Sun Aug 10, 2008 11:43 am

Hi Everyone

I haven't posted in ages but was hoping to encourage everyone to post an update!

Griffin is doing great. He is walking, talking and generally getting into mischief. I absolutely adore this age and everyday brings new joy and magic.

Griffin also now has a little sister. Carys was born on 12 April....6 and a half weeks early. She is also doing great and is a very determined little miss. She is a reflux baby and it has been incredibly challenging but we are slowly getting used to our new life....Griffin is rather put out and doesn't really like her too much but I expect this will change as she gets older and more interesting to him.

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Thinking of you all and hoping that life is great for everyone.

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Postby PebblesUK » Thu Aug 28, 2008 5:55 pm

Wow Heather huge congratulations to you!

We are good here. Ellie has just started walking! She's doing amazingly well considering her early arrival. She's still in 9-12 month clothes (she's 20 months now) but she's a little bruiser!

I'm now a granny, Hannah had a little boy on 22 June. He's lovely and she's a great mommy!

Emma's been diagnosed with ADHD, Jodie's still under Great Ormond Street for her lung disease and Ellie is Ellie. She's still got chronic lung disease, developmental delay etc. She's been referred to speech and language as she says nothing but I'm not too worried, I'm just so proud of her for coming so far!

Hope to hear from the rest of you soon
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Postby DolceVita » Fri Aug 29, 2008 7:37 pm

Ladiessssssssssss


WOW im so glad i checked in! So wonderful to see a few of you still come in once in a while...

My little bugs are no longer little they are SUPER ACTIVE toddlers. They are running all over the place. I can harldy keep up. They are wonderful. They say many words now and ofcourse NO is their favorite.
I often think of all you ladies and wonder how everyones kids are doing.
So glad everyone is doing well.

Jo, How are you?????? Im so proud of Ellie for doing so well... Thats wonderful. Congratulations on your grandson. How amazing is that. Im sure hes such a little cutie..

Hayley how lovely to hear from you.. Glad your girls are doing well also.

Heather, i cant believe how big Griffin is...Congratulations on the arrival of Carys. Shes beautiful. Im sure you must be super busy too now.

Hope to hear from all of u soon.

Best wishes
With Gods Blessings BFP!

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