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#31 RolyPoly

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Posted 09 January 2010 - 01:24 AM

Gretch good on you for not giving in to the pressure. I am the only child and never really had that huge drive (or apprehension for that matter) to have a large family, so many people always comment "when you have your second...", I just tell them well lets take things one step at the time. I think for us we will look into trying for no.2, but it's certainly not on my mind today, I just want to enjoy our little girl to the fullest I bet she will grow up so fast. Plus TTC is a harder journey for us so I am in no rush to put myself to all that stress anytime soon again. tongue.gif

Rach, sounds like Cameron is a very settled baby and now you have everything else sorted out as well - you must feel heaps better? It's amazing what a bit of sleep can do in terms of better mood and more rational thinking isn't it - talking from my own experience laugh.gif

Framboise, how do you manage wine, entertaining, guests staying with you - wow! By the way we have ventured out few times as well, went to the mall yesterday and the beach today, it felt great but after a while I just wanted to go home, I think I need to build up confidence for longer outings.

Vaccinations - do you know if they get all their jabs in their thigh? The Hep B Sophia got made her thigh swollen, I even had her checked to see why the swelling and they said it was the jab. ohmy.gif

Nails - I just used the baby nail scissors today, had no problems there.

Otherwise - Sophia's cord fell off today! I gave it a bit of a clean and it looks really good smile.gif. The feeding is much better now, my boobs have settled, so I usually manage one boob and a bit of the other and then start on the other one for the next feed.

Our night feed is done and she has finally settled so am off to get some shut eye.
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Posted 09 January 2010 - 09:32 AM

QUOTE(Framboise @ Jan 8 2010, 07:23 PM) View Post

I have been wondering how you were doing Rach. What prompted the change onto formula - was it so you could take the medication? I'm glad you're feeling so positive about it as it is a big step and some many women feel needlessly guilty. Good on you!!

How is everyone else travelling???

All still going great guns here. We had a lovely family day today up on the northern beaches. We went to a new rock pool (we're trialling them all out for the boys) and then ended up at the Newport Arms for dinner. Harry had a ball but it certainly showed me that the wee routine I have Jamie in works. We didn't get home till 7pm and he was crying when we got back and has taken over an hour to settle. AND my CD player broke so I cna't use my white noise. I have been finding that if I keep things very calm and quiet in the hour or two before bedtime he goes down so easily. Looks like I'll be shopping tomorrow for a new CD player!! I also need a couple of new bras as my (.)(.) are WAY bigger this time round.


I was hospitalised with exhaustion, insomnia & a massive anxiety attack after only having 9 hours sleep in 6 days so my milk started drying up & hubby fed Cameron formula while I was there over night. I am on medication but it's OK to take whilst breastfeeding but until it kicks in I have other medication that helps me get to sleep at night so that I can not get the anxiety attacks. It's soooo much better now and I haven't had an anxiety attack since that night at the hospital.

I do feel guilty but I know deep down that I'm doing my best & that Cameron is thriving. He's getting chubbier by the minute - it's adorable & he's sleeping so well. He has wind pain but nothing too difficult.

I'm so glad you're doing so well. Oh no! I hope you got a new CD player quick smile.gif

QUOTE(awaitingstorkie @ Jan 9 2010, 01:24 AM) View Post

Rach, sounds like Cameron is a very settled baby and now you have everything else sorted out as well - you must feel heaps better? It's amazing what a bit of sleep can do in terms of better mood and more rational thinking isn't it - talking from my own experience laugh.gif


He is very good. He's still adjusting to the formula and getting wind pain as a result but it's not been too difficult. I think it helps that I was previously a nanny so all the feeding/sterilising/burping/changing/bathing/settling/etc is normal for me.

But yes, sleep makes ALL the difference. It's no wonder they used sleep deprivation as a form of torture in the war.

Thinking of you all & I love reading all your updates!

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Posted 09 January 2010 - 11:02 AM

Rach. Gosh. unsure.gif I had no idea it was that bad, but I'm not surprised. I was getting really worried about you and your lack of sleep and was actually telling my sister (a nurse) about you and she said she thought you'd fall apart about day 5. I'm SO glad you got good help. Looking after ourselves is as, if not more, important than looking after the wee sprogs!


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- I really don't think that I'm doing all that much tongue.gif I'm very precious about my rest and 'me' time so certainly wouldn't over do it.
I have Geoff here and I guess with a toddler you can't really just relax with the baby all day. You have no choice but to keep going!! Thankfully I'm getting lots of sleep and as Rach has shown us, that makes ALL the difference. Last night when Jamie finally settled about 8pm I didn't hear from him again till 3am then again at 8am. So really, I'm very lucky in that respect. And don't forget, Jamie is nearly 6 weeks old now!! I know what you mean about wanting to be home too though - I make sure I have a morning or afternoon at home and try to sleep or at least rest when Harry has his nap.

Gah - just came back from the mall while Harry and Geoff went swimming, got new bras, Harry new swimming togs and myself a skirt...but FORGOT a new CD player...gggggggggggggerrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
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Posted 09 January 2010 - 11:34 AM

QUOTE(Framboise @ Jan 9 2010, 11:02 AM) View Post

Rach. Gosh. unsure.gif I had no idea it was that bad, but I'm not surprised. I was getting really worried about you and your lack of sleep and was actually telling my sister (a nurse) about you and she said she thought you'd fall apart about day 5. I'm SO glad you got good help. Looking after ourselves is as, if not more, important than looking after the wee sprogs!


Yeah, it wasn't a good time but thankfully I sought help quickly & now I'm enjoying myself so much more smile.gif
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Posted 09 January 2010 - 03:58 PM

Birth story ahoy! http://community.i-d...o...=140173&hl=

How is everyone doing?
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Posted 09 January 2010 - 04:09 PM

Just read it and LOVED in Rach. You did so well!!
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Posted 09 January 2010 - 09:57 PM

My settled well sleeping girl has turned into a ravenous unsettled Missy overnight! She only had like 4 hours of sleep all day today in the morning and has been feeding on and off every half an hour! My boobs are exhausted laugh.gif , I have been trying to settle her since 2pm and she just won't close her eyes huh.gif . She doesn't cry just winges after I leave her alone for a while. Either she is going thourgh a massive growth spurt or it is the heat - had her only in her nappy and a wrap all day it was so hot.

Am tired............................................... tongue.gif
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Posted 10 January 2010 - 06:04 PM

Storkie - I'm sure it is the heat. Have you got air con or a fan? Last night I gave Jamie a cool bath and fed him in just a nappy in front of the fan so he was as cool as possible going to sleep.
I find Jamie (and Harry used to as well) gets like that when he is overtired and in his case that is usually after he has been awake more than 90 mins......you spend ages settling them and you think to yourself: FINALLY, they're asleep and you sit and watch and JUST as you are about to leave their little eyes pop open wide blink.gif and they wriggle and whinge. Jamie does this exact same thing.... Stupid isn't it? The more tired they are the less easy they sleep.
I'm a big believer in the saying 'sleep breeds sleep'. It is SO true! I'm a sleep-nazi-mummy and spend a lot of time making sure my kids are on a good napping routine so they are easy to settle. If things get out of kilter I end up sitting in Jamies room for AGES and it drives me nuts. I often pop him in a sling on days like that but it is too hot and sweaty right now for that...
Sometimes I wish someone would force me to sleep two or three times daily!!!!!!!
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Posted 11 January 2010 - 08:48 AM

Framboise we have fans in the house but it's still so hot! Great idea about the cooling bath, I wasn't sure it was ok to do as at the hospy they said 38 degrees and that is way too warm for this weather... might try the colling bath this arvo.

Totally agree on the ovetiredness... the thing is I feed Sophia when she shows her hungry signs, she doesn't cry and she always has a good feed. Then I change her, put her on the other boob but she just stays alert, her eyes don't want to close. I try rocking her, walking with her, swaddling her etc etc... and she just lies there quietly with her eyes open laugh.gif . she is happy, content, yawning, but AWAKE.

Not sure what else I could do to make her close her eyes?

Generally once she falls asleep around midnight she tends to sleep till 5 or 6 in the morning, and when I feed her then she drifts off real quick again. So that's been easy. But for the rest of the day she just wants to look at what's happening in the world... rolleyes.gif. If you have any idea how to make her sleep more let me know.

Oh and wanted to ask you, do you know if there are any parents' rooms in Manly for feeding etc? AND, can fathers go to these rooms if we are together or if he walks our little girl on his own or is this mums only area? I noticed at the mall some parents' rooms are called mothers' rooms, so fathers are not allowed?

Well hubby had to go back to work already which means he is travelling again - Korea this time for 6 days. He has been so cranky to leave his little girl behind, as he loves playing with her and just spending time with her, I bet she will be a true daddy's girl wub.gif . It's hard for someone in such a job, he will miss out on so much sad.gif .

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Posted 11 January 2010 - 10:21 AM

First day on my own today - some good, some bad. The bad was the poo explosion all over my leg and the fact that he is catnapping - he hasn't slept for more than 15 minutes since 4am (this was after my excitement when he slept from 10pm-3:30am). The good is that I've managed to do three loads of washing (my poor machine doesn't know what's hit it), I got some big smiles whilst reading The Very Hungry Caterpillar and he's still cute. smile.gif

Good to hear you're back on track Rach after a rough patch. I enjoyed reading your birth story. Despite me only being in labour for 2 hours, I'm still typing mine up - it is pages and pages!

Were they exciting, good value bra purchases Framboise? After going from a barely b-cup to a full d-cup I actually see the purpose of a good bra now! Did you manage to get another cd player yet?

I relate to much of your sleep issues Storkie (although I'd love the midnight to 5-6am stuff!) - sometimes Baby T will just go to sleep after a while in his bassinette. We have resorted to the dummy a bit lately (I don't know why I'm so anti them?) as they do help him off to sleep.

Parents/mothers rooms should accommodate men as well. I used one at the local Westfield last week and my husband came in and there were quite a few men changing their babies and using the bathroom in there.

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Posted 11 January 2010 - 01:31 PM

Seems a few of us are 'on our own' again today! Me too. Thankfully I've had simultaneous napping going on for 2 1/2 hours now...and I've even had an hour myself. Bliss.
I also had a poo explosion this morning....but of the toddler kind. It was HUGE and required standing under the tap in the bathroom to clean up. Ewwww.

Gretch - can't wait to read your story.

Storkie - have you tried a dummy. And making sure she is back to bed within 90 mins of waking? I just replied about my opinions in the dummies thread.
I just BF whereever.... if it is hot I find a tree or cafe...no idea about parents rooms? There is the Early childhood centre in Manly you could try?

Damn....big boy awake. gotta run!


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Posted 12 January 2010 - 03:54 AM

Few questions off topic that I thought about during this morning's feed:

1. Do you know how you can get bub's footprint or handprint? Is there any special ink that can be used and is it easily washable? I have seen it done but not sure what people use.

2. Christening - are you planning one for your new bub and if so when, how etc etc. I would love to have one for Sophia soon but we are unsure of godparents, I want someone dedicated to making an influence in our girl's life.

Gretch, thanks for the info on the parents' rooms... great to know I was a bit worried that hubby might not be allowed rolleyes.gif .

Framboise, I think I am yet to build confidence of breastfeeding in public... laugh.gif . I need to figure it out though as I love BF and want to continue for a while and when I start travelling to Asia again I need to have much thicker skin to cope with the stares - BF is a bit of a taboo there and most babies there are on formula, not to mention thaqt I will stand out a lot as a Caucasian mum without a helper AND breastfeeding on top rolleyes.gif . tongue.gif tongue.gif

Gretch, laugh.gif on the poo explosion! It's amazing what their little intestines can produce hey biggrin.gif biggrin.gif . Just think it's a sign that they are thriving!

Also for the catnapping when I was in the hospital the midwives said that bubs have 45 minute sleep cycles and that they all sort of wake up regularly, but usually should be able to go back to sleep by themselves. I find that Sophia has periods during the day when she does this well, and other times like you say when she just won't drift off. I asked about it and apparently it's normal to have 1 or 2 sessions a day when bubbies just don't settle between feeds and just keep wanting more of the boobs... I think as long as you get that bit of extended sleep at night it's not that bad!
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Posted 12 January 2010 - 06:51 AM

For the footprints I'm sure you can get kits that do that sort of thing. Otherwise I'd use some sort of waterbased arcrylic paint.

We have Harry christened...my sister and Geoff's oldest brother are godparents. I'm catholic but Geoff isn't (even though they are irish!) so it was a bit tricky. But in the end we went catholic so we could have the option of schools. For Jamie we are asking Geoff's other brother and new wife who are here next week on their honeymoon. They don't know yet so I can't wait to ask them in person.

You'll get the confidence BF. Just think how much flesh is on the beach! Try throwing a muslin over you. You do need to be comfortable though. I know what you mean about BF in Asia ...have heard a few stories from friends!!

Talk to me about catnapping!!! Harry NEVER slept longer than 45 minutes during the day till he went to one sleep in about May this last year. You could set a watch by him. At one point he was on 4 naps a day as he'd pretty much get tired at the same time.... drove me mad as I couldn't really have naps to catch up on sleep unless I was happy with a 43 min one (I'd dash into bed the second I put him down). He'd never resettle either but was always very happy when he woke. Once he went to one sleep he now sleeps 90 mins (2 sleep cycles!!). Although yesterday after swimming it was much longer. I am SO grateful Jamie doesn't do it as it was exhausting.

So thrilled with Jamie. Last two nights he has been in bed by about 7pm, woken at 1am and than not again till morning. 6am today! YAY. Probably wont' last though.... my boobs are huge. I need to express and store some milk but too busy today. HArry back to daycare for the day and I'm off to see my OB for my 6 week check. Where did time go!!??
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Posted 12 January 2010 - 07:05 AM

QUOTE(awaitingstorkie @ Jan 12 2010, 04:54 AM) View Post


Framboise, I think I am yet to build confidence of breastfeeding in public... laugh.gif . I need to figure it out though as I love BF and want to continue for a while and when I start travelling to Asia again I need to have much thicker skin to cope with the stares - BF is a bit of a taboo there and most babies there are on formula, not to mention thaqt I will stand out a lot as a Caucasian mum without a helper AND breastfeeding on top rolleyes.gif . tongue.gif tongue.gif

Just popping in to check on you ladies. Storkie I travelled to Hong Kong when Hamish was 8 months and was abe to easily BF without people noticing. I found that they took more notice of his fair skin and ginger hair and kept asking to take photos of him then when I BF him. I used to jut pop a muslin over us and it would only take 3-5 mins to feed him and all was done. I know there are more traditional places that would probaby be harder to BF in, but we travelled around the world at this time and even America where I was worried because apparently they are quite prudish (the land of the nursing blanket) it was fine too!

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Posted 14 January 2010 - 12:20 PM

Is it just me who checks here every day to find noone home?? huh.gif
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