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Tuesday, July 19th 2011, 9:27pm

Author: Rose

Hello- it's been a long time!!

Hello, Not sure how many of the "old girls" haha there are still around and if anyone remebers me??? This site was a very important part of my life for a long time and, whilst my life has moved on now i still think about this site from time to time, as well as all the amazing people I used to chat to. Anyway, as I said time moves on, and I thought I'd pop back and say hi!! My beautiful DS ( who was born after ICSI, and born at 30 weeks) is now a big healthy 5 year old, will be 6 next month. He i...

Monday, December 28th 2009, 10:14pm

Author: Rose

Kids at Christmas

Seeing my ds face on xmas morning when he realised that santa really had eaten the mince pie, drank the milk AND left a ridiculous amount of presents was just magical- and i did shed a brief tear when he announced he loved santa almost as much as mummy and daddy

Tuesday, November 24th 2009, 9:46pm

Author: Rose

Home Birth Anyone??

Good for you Flic on planning your Homebirth! I agree that you should be able to have as much entenox as you need- the cylinders that most of us carry last between 45 mins to an hour, and most midwives have one each, so I'm guessing thats why they've said two hours. However there should be a way that the midwives can pick up further supplies- either by going to pick up some more themsleves (if not too far away), or arranging some sort of delivery of it to the house. You shouldn;t be denied what ...

Tuesday, November 10th 2009, 9:04pm

Author: Rose

Swine Flu Vaccine

Hi, the vaccines are licensed as safe in any trimester of pregnancy, so you should be fine to have it when the surgery want you to. The longer you leave it the more potential you have of catching swne flu. i would encourage any pregnant woman to hav ethe vaccine, but it does obviously have to be a personal decsion.

Tuesday, October 13th 2009, 2:28pm

Author: Rose

constantly falling over

Does he suffer with ear infections????? Repeated ear infections may cause problems with balance. Might be worth getting that checked as well

Wednesday, August 12th 2009, 8:43pm

Author: Rose

Baby is breech 30wks_C-section???

THese are the references for the original trial, and the 3 month follow up. Bells, Hannah, Mary E., et al. •2000 Planned Caesarean Section Versus Planned Vaginal Birth for Breech Presentation at Term: A Randomised Multicentre Trial. The Lancet 356:1375-1383. •2002 Outcomes at 3 Months after Planned Cesarean vs. Planned Vaginal Delivery for Breech Presentation at Term. Journal of American Medical Association 287:1822-1831. At the time, it was hailed as conclusive evidence that a cs was by far the...

Friday, August 7th 2009, 11:19am

Author: Rose

Anyone know where I can get a Roary Birthday Cake please!!!

Ooh sounds a bit of a job! I've ordered the one from ebay, so we'll have to see how it goes. I have seen a red racing car cake in morrisons today so that might have to do as a failsafe! ( although I'm not sure T will be convinced that it looks at all like roaory....... :rolleyes

Thursday, August 6th 2009, 9:15pm

Author: Rose

Anyone know where I can get a Roary Birthday Cake please!!!

I think It might have to be. Do you just ice the icake as normal and then stick it on top?

Thursday, August 6th 2009, 8:22pm

Author: Rose

Anyone know where I can get a Roary Birthday Cake please!!!

Help!!! It's DS Birthday next weekend and he's announced that he would like a Roary racing car cake- and do you think i cna find one??? Exactly. I've looked on line, in the supermarkets almost everywhere but can't seem to find one. I made his cake last year but not sure I'm going to get the time this year. Anyone any bright ideas???

Thursday, July 30th 2009, 9:17pm

Author: Rose

Padded Headboards

Your DD has a double bed??? Lucky her!

Tuesday, July 28th 2009, 10:00pm

Author: Rose

Donating milk?

Quoted Originally posted by Michelle Well done on saving up 500mls, that will keep an ickle prem baby going for a while clap Absolutley well done you! When my ds was tiny he was being fed 0.1 ml per hour initially- so yes indeed it will make a tiny baby very happy

Saturday, July 25th 2009, 9:03pm

Author: Rose

cheap and free thing to do with kids

Yeah I'd buy the tickest on line- no-one can ask then can they? Thomas land is great btw

Wednesday, July 8th 2009, 8:14pm

Author: Rose

feeling sad

So sorry, it must be soo hard being so far away. Thinking of you and your family xx

Friday, June 26th 2009, 5:06pm

Author: Rose

Severe behaviour problems

Well done you! Hope it's the start of happy times for you all x

Monday, June 22nd 2009, 10:18pm

Author: Rose

Severe behaviour problems

What time do they go to bed? Do they ever still sleep in the day? I saw a programme on children and sleeping problems, and there was a 5(i think ) year old who was wide awake at 9-10 o'clock and having similar battles. The sleep programme reccommended that her parents left her up as long as possible and only put her to bed at 11.30 ish when they were going to bed. On the first night of the late bedtime she was exhausted and fell stright to sleep with no fighting/arguing. THey kept the later bedi...

Monday, June 22nd 2009, 10:10pm

Author: Rose

Severe behaviour problems

Yep. We have a target of 10 stars. T is really into the Mr Men books at the moment, so we've brought the box set from amazon, and after 10 stars, he gets the next book in the series. Might take a while for him to get the whole series, but hopefully by then he'll have stopped getting out of bed! Doesn;t matter what it is, just something that you know that they will really like, and be a (liitle) bit disappointed if they don't get it.

Monday, June 22nd 2009, 10:05pm

Author: Rose

Severe behaviour problems

Depends on what you want to achieve. Do you just want general good behaivour or more specific things?? With T, his reward stars are for staying in bed all night and not getting up at stupid o'clock , so we have quite specific things, and he knows that when he's got a batch of stars he gets a small treat, which he loves. However if you want general behaivour to improve you could give them a star whenever they've done something well ( have a chart each also so they can "compete") ie walked nicely ...

Monday, June 22nd 2009, 9:53pm

Author: Rose

Severe behaviour problems

Maybe unless she's doing something unspeakably dangerous, then perhaps try ignoring her for a while. If she trashes her bedroom, then leave it. She's got to sleep in it, not you. Leave it till the morning, and once she's calm, make her tidy it up. Pretend your not bothered by her bad behaivour and see if it makes a difference??

Monday, June 22nd 2009, 9:50pm

Author: Rose

Severe behaviour problems

sorry cross posted. Blimey she really is running you ragged isn;t she. You know this already but I'm guessing that she knows( jsut as every 3 year old does) exacetly what buttins to press and how to press them in you to get a reaction. Seperate bedrooms might help- maybe worth a try, but I would be careful not to use that as a threat as that might fuel her fire even more. I'm guessing you've tried sticker charts/stars/reward charts etc?? Also on another tac- whats her diet like? is there anythin...

Monday, June 22nd 2009, 9:46pm

Author: Rose

Severe behaviour problems

also, we use the "counting to 3" thing sometimes. If T is playing up, not listening, throwing etc. We tell him that we sre going to count to 3, and that if he hasn;t listened/done what he's been asked/stopped hitting or whatever then he either goes stright on the step, or has one of his bets toys taken away. You have to be firm and follow it through and make sure she knows why you have done what youve done. It took a while with T but now when he's playing up i ofetn say " I'm going to start coun...




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