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Tuesday, August 16th 2011, 8:37pm

Author: Gilly2

Hello Everyone

Not sure if anyone remembers me, but my DS is now 4yrs 3 months old and starting school in September. Can't believe how quickly the time has flown by. Hope everyone is well and would be nice to hear from a few "oldies" on the site. Take care, GIlly xx

Tuesday, August 16th 2011, 8:32pm

Author: Gilly2

Please help - can't get DS to poo on the toilet!

Hi everyone, thank you for your comments. Not been on the site for a while but have had a breakthrough. DS is now going for a poo on a daily basis, sometimes twice a day, if he does miss a day. I still can't get him to sit on the toilet, but he does sit on a little (child like) commode. It is a fisher price toilet - you put loo roll on the side so it is like a big boy's toilet. This is a massive breakthrough as far as I am concerned, he has been going the loo since about November last year. He h...

Tuesday, September 21st 2010, 3:59pm

Author: Gilly2

Please help - can't get DS to poo on the toilet!

Hello everyone, Haven't posted for quite some time, as everyone knows the time just flies by. Anyway, need your help again ladies. My DS has been dry since about 2yr 3 months. I still put a night time pull up on him but I'm not too worried about this, although my main concern, I can't get him to poo on the toilet. I have been trying on and off for the past 6 months or so. He is now 3 yr & 4 months old. The last 3 days I have been getting him to sit on the toilet and he just sits there. At one po...

Wednesday, April 28th 2010, 9:59pm

Author: Gilly2

Hello Everyone

Hi everyone, I haven't been on the site for maybe over a year now, as I have been so busy keeping up with my little man. Hope everyone is OK, and hopefully will get back on the site a lot more often. Just trying to get to grips with the new site. Looking forward to speaking to everyone. Gilly

Wednesday, October 28th 2009, 8:22pm

Author: Gilly2

RE: pushchair advice

My little boy is quite big (as his dad is 6ft 7!). I have had the Silver Cross Pop pushchair since January this year. The basket is not huge but does the job. If you put too much on the handles of course it tips over, but overall I think it is the best buggy we have had. I got it online for about £90 - depends how much you want to pay. I needed one that reclined as Joe used to have his naps in there and as he is quite tall his head isn't touching the hood! Gillyx

Monday, October 26th 2009, 9:21pm

Author: Gilly2

Daytime Nap

Thanks for your replies ladies. Joe is doing really well. He had 30 minutes nap on Sunday with the clocks going back, he woke at 6.45 !! Apart from that he has just been going all day. I'm putting him down about 7.30 ish and he is absolutely shattered and going off to sleep in minutes. He has been sleeping a full 12 hours too. To be honest it is much better. He is really tired around 5ish and gets quite grumpy but I'll just have to live with it for a few weeks until he gets used to it. If he doe...

Monday, October 26th 2009, 9:18pm

Author: Gilly2

** POTTY TRAINING **

Hi Sharon, Joe just started going to the loo (about July) and said "wee wee like daddy does". We were at the caravan at the time , but when we come home he fell into the loo - and this set him back. I had to go back to pull ups, but about 2 weeks later he just started going back to wee wee in toilet. He is great at doing his wee's but I'm afraid the No 2's he still does in his pants. I did use a chart and he put a sticker on every time he done a wee. He loved this and this seemed to work. I stuc...

Thursday, October 22nd 2009, 1:49pm

Author: Gilly2

Daytime Nap

Joe is stil having his daytime naps at the moment - about an hour to an hour and a half. The last two nights I have found he is not going to sleep until about 10.00 or 11.00 pm! He woke up this morning at 7.30 as usual, but he looked shattered. He has had a nap a bit earlier about 12.00 today so I'm hoping he will go to bed tonight as normal. He tends to go about 8.30 - 9.00 as he has been having his daytime naps. At what age did your loved one stop their naps? Any advice appreciated. Thanks Gil...

Wednesday, October 14th 2009, 10:07pm

Author: Gilly2

LWH/North West Fertility, Liverpool

Hi Hayl, This was some time back, in 2006 but we saw Dr Shaw. We found him really good and found everyone at the Hewitt Centre brilliant. After all, we were very lucky and were successful with our first ICSI attempt. My little boy is 2 1/2 now. Good luck. XX

Friday, July 10th 2009, 10:41pm

Author: Gilly2

Belly Button Piercings in Pregnancy

Just to let you know, I took mine out when I was about 4/5 months pregnant and thought nothing of it thinking end of it...... then about 2 months after having my little boy, I just tried to see if it went in, and it did. I must admit there is a lot more tummy than what was there but I am back wearing it even now. XX

Tuesday, June 23rd 2009, 8:50pm

Author: Gilly2

Help what has happened to my little boy!

Hi Sharon, How are you and E-M? Gosh you must be shattered. J has always been a pretty good sleeper so it has been a bit of a shock. Got to say though over the last few weeks he has got better. I have gone back to being quite strict with the bedtime routine. He has his bath about 7.00 pm, goes straight to bed at 7.30, bottle and story then I say nite, nite (to be honest I have to say I'm going downstairs to get more milk) and he goes off to sleep. He wakes a couple of times a night, but I leave ...

Wednesday, June 10th 2009, 8:16pm

Author: Gilly2

Help what has happened to my little boy!

Well not been on here for a long while. Over the last few months J has been having trouble sleeping. He is waking in the night from about middnight and then every 2-3 hours, we have been absolutely shattered. Anyway, I put it down at first to him being in nursery which was some 3 months ago now and I took him out (about February). SUrely it can't still be this. I thought it was nightmares, but I just don't know anymore. He is waking up, sometimes he is sitting up, sometimes he is still lying dow...

Wednesday, June 10th 2009, 8:11pm

Author: Gilly2

EVIE-MAE IS 2

Only just seen this Sharon, not been on for a while having a bit of a nightmare with J at the mo. Happy very belated 2nd birthday to E-M - so so sorry to hear about your MIL. XX

Sunday, May 10th 2009, 1:21pm

Author: Gilly2

High Risk of Downs

Hi there, I'm going over 2 years. I had a private nuchal scan and the result came back as very low 1:3,500. Then the hospital done the 2 in 1 blood test which they should not have done and we came back as high risk 1:25. We were called in by a nurse and explained everthing. We made the decision not to go with the amnio, and in May 2007 we had a healthy little boy. The Consultant actually rang me from the hospital were I had the test (Liverpool Womens) and said that they actually wanted to ban th...

Sunday, May 10th 2009, 1:06pm

Author: Gilly2

Silver Cross Fizz Humbug

Does anyone have or know of anyone who has this pushchair? I'm looking at getting a new lightweight pushchair for J. He is a big boy for his age (2 in a couple of weeks) and I have had a Graco since he was about 6 months. I want something really light and also that reclines as he loves his daytime nap in his buggy. Looking at all the websites the Silver Cross is the widest seat but I don't know how far back it reclines. Any suggestions gratefuly received. Thanks XX

Sunday, May 10th 2009, 1:04pm

Author: Gilly2

** POTTY TRAINING **

J had his 2 year assessment a couple of weeks ago (even though he isn't 2 till end of this month!) and they mentioned about potty training and that most children shouldn't show any signs until about 2 1/2. She said that cos the nappies are so good it doesn't prompt them as they don't feel uncomfortable. She said to wait until he is about 2 1/2 and then put try then. She said not to rush him, he will do it in his own time. J won't sit on a potty or a training seat. He does tell me when he has had...

Friday, March 6th 2009, 8:09am

Author: Gilly2

Grobag First Quilt Sets

I am having a bit of a nightmare at the moment with J. I have took him out of his sleeping bag and been using a blanket/quilt. Only thing is he is waking loads in thenight - think it is due to him kicking off his covers but really don't know at the moment. Was looking at the Grobag first quilt sets - does anyone use them? They do look really good as they seem to keep the covers and pillow in place. I keep blaming the spell at nursery for him waking as he just cries out and is not actually awake ...

Friday, February 20th 2009, 5:11pm

Author: Gilly2

Nursery

Thanks for all your help Landi. He just goes asleep on his own of a nightime. Going to try again in about a month - start the trials anyway!

Thursday, February 19th 2009, 10:26pm

Author: Gilly2

Nursery

Hi Landi, Yes he had about 5 trials. I left him the first time, but cos he was so upset, I stayed for the others. The last one, I left him for 40 minutes - he was upset at first but calmed down and then got upset again. He looked quite upset when I picked him up. I was only putting him in for half a day a week to start with. It is soooo expensive too. He doesn't stay with anyone apart from my mum and MIL. He is great with my mum - cries a bit with my MIL but then is fine. I don't BF now - did fo...




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