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Posted 17 October 2009 - 09:38 PM

Ooh, there's chitter chattering in here!

Do I still get to be part of this group seen as Indi ended up being a september baby?
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Posted 18 October 2009 - 10:53 PM

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Posted 19 October 2009 - 08:12 AM

How are we all going today??

Cass hope Indi settled down for you sad.gif

So how are we all going with our bubbas? I know it's too early but has anyone settled into some sort of flow yet?

Last night my little rabbit finally fell into a 3hr on the dot (how do they do that?!) feeding schedule. It was the first time he's taken both sides too so hopefully feeling nice and settled. Doesn't burp though and lots of wind! dry.gif I have a feeling already he is going to suffer with silent reflux as the girls did - the doc said it would be more apparent after around 2 weeks so we shall see. I'm certainly familiar with the unsettled part!!

Oh and his cord peg finally fell off through the night - Yay!!!! Freedom! (I am so icky about belly buttons - the whole newborn belly button thing freaks me out!) although I have to say I've been pretty good this time around laugh.gif

Think we might make our first trip out today - to Centrelink no less! How sad is that?!!!! I have a whole load of things to sort out with re the girls as well so best to get the ball rolling with them whilst I have hubby around.

How's everyone's personal recovery going? Don't forget to take some time for yourselves lovely ladies wub.gif
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Posted 19 October 2009 - 10:07 AM

Hi Ladies,

I thought I would introduce myself - my name is Sarah and I live in Brisbane.

I was due to give birth to my little girl on 9 October - however she had other plans and made her dramatic arrival on 3 September (so she was 5 weeks premmie). I had an emergency c-sec due to a placental abruption. Charlotte was born weighing 2245gm (4pd 9oz) and spent 3 weeks in the special care nursery.

Charlotte has been home with us for 3.5 weeks. Whilst technically I should be a member of the September mummies group - Charli is still so little and less advanced than a full term baby - so I thought it best I join the October mummies group - I hope you all don't mind!

Charlotte is an excellent baby...she is on a 3 hourly (to the minute!!!) routine during the day and we are able to stretch that to 4/4.5 hours overnight. She is also growing bigger and bigger by the day - we finally cracked the 8pd mark last week!! YAY!!!

Well, that is enough about us for now...I am looking forward to being a part of this lovely group of mummies!

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Posted 19 October 2009 - 12:31 PM

I need to get in the habit of coming in here for mummy talk instead of our old thread, my computer remembers the path the other one and just goes straight there!

Maman, Michelle and Sara - I hope your bubbies stick to their routines, Indi had been every 3hrs and so easy, she would feed and either have a look around or go back to sleep. The past few days she's been really hard to settle, she'll wake up and immediately go into hysterics, I'll feed (in between the screaming) burp her, change her nappy and she's still hysterical. We'll manage to settle her and put her down but after 5 or 10 mins she starts screaming again. Last night I was up with her from 11.30 - 2.30 then hubby took over (I don't know how long for), then she was up again at 5! I don't know what's changed?.... any ideas from the experienced mums? I'm pretty exhausted and so close to tears right now...

She's sleeping now so I should go grab a few z's while I can.
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Posted 19 October 2009 - 04:36 PM

Cass I'm sorry you're having such a rough time with Indi sad.gif Silent reflux may be worth checking out - it's evil because you don't even know they've got it as they don't do the traditional vomit thing. Our girls were on zantac for it - second time around I knew it was it so we started at 6 weeks.

Flynn's days are his nights I'm sure! He had his big sleep (around 5-6hrs after his 7am feed this morning! wacko.gif ) I will wake him out of it but today I achieved so much while he was doing it! laugh.gif Hubby goes back to work on Thursday so I do need to sort it out soon.

Michelle the girls are sooo smitten with Flynn!!! How about yours? How is Delaney coping with sharing Mummy??? Your photos of Georgia on FB are sooo adorable. She is such a tiny little munchkin! biggrin.gif So happy to hear the BF is going well. All good here, I love it when I have lots of milk, not looking forward to it settling down!

Welcome Sara, what a rough start you guys had sad.gif So glad everything is settling for you now. Yay for the weight gain!! biggrin.gif

CC I think Alexis is probably just working on your supply, getting it regulated. After your milk comes in there is just so much and then when it all settles down I know for me it doesn't feel like you have enough. The bubbas just feed and feed to get the supply up, it just takes some time to regulate - but I agree it's so hard not to feel like you haven't got enough. If she's gaining weight you are doing a wonderful job!!




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Posted 20 October 2009 - 12:34 AM

Ah, here you all are biggrin.gif . It's so nice reading about all your early day experiences... I'm looking forward to sharing mine with you soon!

Sarah, welcome to the group! I have to say that throughout this pregnancy this has been a great, supportive group of girls to share this journey with.


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Posted 20 October 2009 - 08:18 AM

I'm so jealous of you right now Michelle! Last night was a little better, the two hard feeds - 12.30 and 3am were better, she fed, burped and went back to sleep so I managed to keep my sanity for the next feed which didn't go quite so well! I'm going to see the dr at 12.30 today to look into reflux. I found a website with a list of symptoms and was able to put a tick next to a lot of them. So thanks guys for suggesting it, hopefully we'll get somewhere with that.

CC - at first I thought it was something I'd eaten, but the past few days I've been eating pretty bland foods. As for the milk supply, aren't the wet patches fun! I've been having the opposite problem with having too much milk and feel like I'm always going to have wet patches, I can't wear the breast pads all the time coz they make me really itchy.

Anyone else forgotten to re clothe themselves properly? I've had a couple of times where I've left my top undone! I had a singlet underneath a button up top, but it was still pretty obvious that I didn't leave that many buttons undone on purpose!

I took Indi in the shower with me last night when we were having trouble settling her before bed and it seemed to help. I did it again this morning then took her for a walk, so now that she's finally settled I'm going to have a sleep before we go to the dr. I hope she doesn't tell me she's just being a baby and I'm being a paranoid mum! I'm certain something's not right.

I forgot to mention that I took her in the bath with my last week, I should have known that just coz she was in the bath with ME she would crap in there! That ended the fun pretty quickly, lol.

SJ - can't wait to hear your experiences! I'm guessing it's pretty close now?
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Posted 21 October 2009 - 08:42 AM

QUOTE(cassinator @ Oct 20 2009, 09:18 AM) View Post

I forgot to mention that I took her in the bath with my last week, I should have known that just coz she was in the bath with ME she would crap in there! That ended the fun pretty quickly, lol.

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I've posted in our FB group but just to say I had a shocker yesterday - no sleep the night before, Flynn is suffering with reflux sad.gif Silly me had some spaghetti for dinner that night and I know it did him no favours. It's all coming back to me now how I had to avoid anything interesting when bf the girls in the early weeks. No onion, garlic, tomato etc... We have an appt with the doc tomorrow to discuss the SR and medication if I feel it necessary.

Last night was a little better. He's still got his days a bit screwy, I spent an hour holding him outside yesterday as the MCHN suggested to help his clock along. He takes so long to resettle at night, bright as a button!! It was around 1.5hrs last night so not as bad as the night before. I'm looking forward to when he has his days the right way around and I can just feed him and pop him back into bed like he's doing in the mornings! Still, it enabled me to get up this morning and get B organised for kinder.

Hubby stayed at a friends house last night dry.gif He has an old friend over from the UK who he hadn't seen in 5 years and really wanted to spend some time hanging out with him. Humph. I was so tired by the time he was leaving I couldn't stop crying! I feel so much better today though having had some sleep. He is back to work tomorrow as we have no more annual leave sad.gif He owes me big time!! Some men just don't get it though, business as usual!! dry.gif

Cass I'm sorry to hear your nipples may be infected and you're having trouble feeding sad.gif With my first it seriously took me until 6 weeks until I felt comfortable with bf and it didn't hurt anymore. I remember crying before every feed, dreading it!! I hope you can get the infection sorted and I have to say you are a trooper for sticking with it through what sounds like a very painful time.

Michelle you sound soooo organised!! Oh my how do you do it?!!!!!! I'm planning on getting out with mum tomorrow. Yikes!! laugh.gif




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Posted 21 October 2009 - 09:30 AM

Michelle the dr told me she's perfectly healthy but just has a lot of air in her tummy dry.gif She said to see how she goes and come back if I'm still having trouble. So I've been trying extra hard to get her to burp, I can hear her gulping when she feeds, and I can actually hear the air bubble in her tummy.

But the community health midwife just came to see me and she was soooo much more helpful than the doc! I feel so much better. She gave me a lot of helpful tips, and reminded me about the FREE help that's available so I don't keep paying $60 every time I have concerns (I can't claim any back yet because Indi doesn't technically exist!)

Where'd you go for coffee? Hubby and I ventured out at the end of the first week, before she turned into a little terror, and had lunch and coffee at the coffee club. That's when I discovered the parents room at the mall, so handy when you're out and your baby is hungry and screaming!

Maman I feel for you not having hubby there, even one night without help makes it so much harder! Especially when you already have the girls as well sad.gif I only have Indi and I'm usually so exhausted by the time hubby gets home, yesterday he got home and went out again to go to the gym! I wanted to go out, even if it was just to walk the dogs! I had a lot of trouble settling Indi again yesterday through the day, then she was awake from about 4.30 - 10pm! She was beyond tired by then.

(Maman, would you prefer to be referred to by your login name on here or can I use your real name, same with you Michelle, I just started using your name coz I knew what it was, do you mind? Hubby's funny about personal information on forums which is why I call him 'hubby', not sure who else feels the same?)

CC - yeah, runny poo all through the bath, eewww. And ouchy about your nipples, mine have started to settle down and they're still pretty sore, so I'd hate to imagine if they were infected, youch.
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Posted 21 October 2009 - 09:16 PM

Have been popping my head in here and reading up... Can't wait to join you smile.gif


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SJ - can't wait to hear your experiences! I'm guessing it's pretty close now?


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Posted 22 October 2009 - 05:19 AM

QUOTE(StarJam @ Oct 21 2009, 10:16 PM) View Post

Have been popping my head in here and reading up... Can't wait to join you smile.gif
Yes... tomorrow! tongue.gif wub.gif


Really!!??? Guess I'll find out soon enough!

The little miss was up from 1.30-3.30am last night. I went to bed early and hubby was going to do the next shift, I was really disoriented when I woke up to her crying, I thought I'd heard hubby just come to bed and assumed he'd just done his shift so I just tried to settle her back to sleep. I was really cranky I thought he hadn't settled her properly and now I had to get up anyway. I'm thinking, did he burp her properly? How much did he feed her? How long was she awake? So I'm all grumpy and he gets up to see if I'm ok and I start firing questions at him. Turns out he did his shift at 11.30pm ph34r.gif so she was actually due for another feed. No wonder she was cranky! So because of the confusion it ended up taking me 2 hours to get her back to sleep. I ended up leaving her and she cried herself to sleep! Which wasn't my intention, but I was relieved when there was silence and the crying didn't start again.

So I've left her in there again this time, I don't think she's asleep but she's not crying. I put the radio on with some white noise and she seems to like that.

Thanks Michelle and Tash for the tip on heat on the belly, I'll try that.

Tash I do the same, express if one of my nipples are too sore to feed. At least they're still getting breast milk.
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Posted 23 October 2009 - 07:40 AM

Indi's still being really difficult to settle. I was so upset yesterday by the time hubby got home. Come about 9.30 I was balling my eyes out while hubby had taken her out in the stroller to try and get her to sleep. I'd gotten pretty grumpy with her and I felt so guilty for letting myself get that angry at my little girl, and at the same time out of frustration, and at the thought that I have to keep dealing with it for who knows how long. And I feel kind of angry at the doctor for telling me everything's normal and no helpful advice. If I'm still having trouble over the weekend I think I'll go into the drop in clinic, that's if I make it through the weekend without going completely insane!

But, having said all that, by some miracle she went to sleep within the hour just now. I'm not sure if I should just sleep all day, and forget about trying to get anything else done today. I hate being inside when it's beautiful and sunny outside!

Michelle, Georgia is such a little doll. It's good when they're awake (as long as they go back to sleep!) coz you can get more interesting photos! I like your sig photo too, sibling photos with new babies are so cute.

How did it go with the MACH nurse? How's her weight? I saw one on Wednesday and Indi's gone from 3.25kg to 4.9, she's a porker! And grown 4cm in length. I can't believe they can grow that quickly.
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Posted 23 October 2009 - 08:03 AM

Cass I'm sorry you're having such a hard time. It's good you can come in here and let it all out. I remember very clearly the frustration of a new, first time baby when they will do nothing to settle. It's hard not to get angry and frustrated and you've done the right thing by walking away and letting her grizzle just so you can take a deep breath and come back and attack the situation again. Just remember, sometimes NOTHING will help, just time. It's so hard when you're so sleep deprived though.

Re the names on here, I'm happy to be called B rather than my full name, it's a little easier and what everyone calls me IRL smile.gif

Michelle Georgia is just divine! I know I think Flynn is tiny at 7pd 4oz - she must be soooo tiny!! I can understand how protective you must feel. It's wonderful that she's started to look around now - Flynn is almost there, although with the reflux it's not really possible to lay him down flat. Mum bought him a flash playmat yesterday but he's a cheeky monkey and refuses to lay on it or sit in his rocker!!!! dry.gif I think a lot of that though is he still can't see a lot of things so just prefers cuddles. I went to the doctor yesterday who said he's too young to properly diagnose reflux and wait a couple of weeks re any medication. I can live with that, I hate the thought of giving him anything this early anyway.

Did SJ say her date was today??!?!?! OMG Good luck SJ! Can't wait to see you and Pepita in here!!!!

CC so good to hear your nipples aren't infected. Phew. Damaged nipples aren't much fun either though. I remember mine cracked and bleeding the first go round, oh god it's hideous. Mine must be tough as old boots now!! laugh.gif ph34r.gif laugh.gif The latch on is finally getting a little easier - still toe curling though when I'm full.

Yesterday Flynn was awake from 5pm - 11.20pm dozing, carrying on and feeding every HOUR wacko.gif Lucie did the same thing - cluster feeding at night - it's absolutely exhausting. I'm dreading when my milk settles down - it's hard work doing the cluster feeding with low supply. We paced around and around with him cheeky monkey until 11.20pm and finally got him to sleep. Hey how do they know how to time it - just when you think you're across the finish line and your head touches the pillow and you think "Sweet Jesus he's finally gone to sleep yay" and then they start up!!!!!!!! huh.gif tongue.gif

He slept through then until 5.30am though! 6 hours.! He stuffed around a bit to get back to sleep though and it wasn't until 6.30am so I was well and truly awake. I was hoping to get some zzz in before the girls got up at 7am but didn't. I laid down again after they got up and slept until 8am when I woke in a panic because mum was coming to get B for kinder at 8.30am!!

Oh how on earth am I going to get organised for next week!!!
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Posted 23 October 2009 - 02:23 PM

I now step to the other side... smile.gif

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