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#101 bananagirlsmum

Posted 05 May 2012 - 01:59 PM

Hi Ladies not too sure how many remeber me from TTCAM I had my little girl Lauren Anne on the 1/5/12.

I am adoring my little doll she was a tiny 3110gms born.

I look forward to getting reaquainted?? with all of you lovely ladies  biggrin.gif

#102 MrsCee

Posted 05 May 2012 - 04:16 PM

Hi girls,

Just a very quick hello - I'm still here.

Just trying to survive the sleepless nights that accompany a 2 week old and wrestling with breastfeeding again!!!! Why can I not have a baby that can manage to breasfeed???

Hope everyone is well. Promise to do a proper post when...... ummmm..... dunno.... in the near future????

Edited by MrsCee, 05 May 2012 - 04:16 PM.


#103 Mrs Dinosaurus

Posted 05 May 2012 - 09:13 PM

I remember you banana....although I remember you changing your UN I don't remember what it used to be! I was Jen42. Congratulations on the safe arrival of DD2! Wonderful news.

Mrs Cee - I remember those first few weeks  (vaguely) - I think I was posting heaps every night because of the whole nocturnal baby thing. I wouldn't expect a decent post until maybe Christmas?

Goosey - oh crap, we have friends, day care kids and Oliver invited day care teachers. No crap, if everyone comes there will be around 30/40 - that's 70 total. SEVENTY!! I'm starting to sweat - although if there are that many Oliver can have both the cakes he wants instead of just e snake - why he wants a snake is beyond me, but he does so woo hoo, easy! this is after I talked him out of the merry-go-round if you've seen the WW kids birthday cake book, it's not good for hack cooks like me!

Well Teddy has been clingy clingy clingy all day (actually he's been clingy as all heck since my one night out!) but he went to bed, went to sleep and so far so good. Fingers crossed!

Back to the giant box of chocolates I am sampling from biggrin.gif

#104 Mamabug

Posted 06 May 2012 - 06:39 PM

goosey - glad the reinforcements are on the way.

df - very glad the stress levels are going down.

bananagirl - welcome to the continuing madness! As for your "tiny" girl, she was bigger than three of my four!

Key - I hope you have had time to re-group a bit over the weekend.

Mrs C - um, yeah, newborns, eh???? Just post a one word entry from time to time so we know you are still with us, but don't feel guilty for not doing the whole novel that DinoJ and i tend to!!!!

DinoJ - what can I say????I hope Teddy's new found discovery of sleep continues. As for the party - you are a piker on the carousel cake! I have made a variation of it, so I can give you the world's easiest cheat version if you are interested - only one layer of cake, the canopy made of cardboard!
And I think/know you are officially certifiable for event contemplatng such a large party. You know the guest list is almost larger than that fr my wedding....???

AFM - we had an offer on our house, which is listed at "offers over $285,000", of......$240,000. Needless to say I am deeply offended and did not accept.




#105 dizzy-anne

Posted 06 May 2012 - 08:25 PM

Hi bananagirlsmum!  Lovely to see you here and congratulations on your beautiful little girl!

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Posted 07 May 2012 - 12:08 PM

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