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by Errkal » Wed Feb 15, 2017 3:02 pm

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Poser wrote:The concern doesn't go away once they've arrived, Glowy.

Just to warn you.


I didn't want to tell him that. :lol:


It is true though, just this week bug has started shaking her head in a no sort of way and keeps doing it and I we were convinced it must mean she is disabled or something despite her being fine in all other areas.

It is like all logic and sense strawberry floats off out the window or something!
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by Moggy » Wed Feb 15, 2017 3:10 pm

Errkal wrote:
Moggy wrote:
Poser wrote:The concern doesn't go away once they've arrived, Glowy.

Just to warn you.


I didn't want to tell him that. :lol:


It is true though, just this week bug has started shaking her head in a no sort of way and keeps doing it and I we were convinced it must mean she is disabled or something despite her being fine in all other areas.

It is like all logic and sense strawberry floats off out the window or something!


My lad has started to make a fuss when we are changing his nappy. The other night I was holding him down as the wife changed him, but as I put him down I didn’t look properly and clattered his head into the side of the table. :dread: He cried (more out of shock than pain) and then calmed down once we picked him up, but I felt guilty and worried all night. The next morning I was still checking his head and making sure there weren’t any bumps. :lol:
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by degoose » Wed Feb 15, 2017 3:17 pm

Poser wrote:Ok, cool. I'll not mention that thing where you are clinically exhausted and desperate for them to go to sleep, so you can sleep, but then your brain keeps you awake because you're concerned when they're not making any noise...

you know what, i haven't had that issue at all. My wife has though, she has worry and paranoia built into her so she does enough worrying for the two of us and i'm not that kind of person really.I think i was more exhausted going back and forth to the hospital when he was born as he had to stay in it for two weeks.

I think so far i had one to two really bad nights of sleep but i generally functioned on 4-5 hours sleep anyway prior to having a baby so it hasn't hit me too hard when i've had about 2-3 hours. He's had issues though with constipation and reflux but i think we will get him sorted soon.

He's also up to 7,8lbs now . Looks strawberry floating huge to me compared to when he was born.
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PostRe: So you've ruined your life...
by Poser » Wed Feb 15, 2017 3:27 pm

degoose wrote:
Poser wrote:Ok, cool. I'll not mention that thing where you are clinically exhausted and desperate for them to go to sleep, so you can sleep, but then your brain keeps you awake because you're concerned when they're not making any noise...

you know what, i haven't had that issue at all. My wife has though, she has worry and paranoia built into her so she does enough worrying for the two of us and i'm not that kind of person really.I think i was more exhausted going back and forth to the hospital when he was born as he had to stay in it for two weeks.

I think so far i had one to two really bad nights of sleep but i generally functioned on 4-5 hours sleep anyway prior to having a baby so it hasn't hit me too hard when i've had about 2-3 hours. He's had issues though with constipation and reflux but i think we will get him sorted soon.

He's also up to 7,8lbs now . Looks strawberry floating huge to me compared to when he was born.


That's awesome news mate: they soon stack the weight on. And yeah, you're better off if you can not be a worrier. I never used to be, but sometimes I'll just wake up in the night and think strawberry float, why hasn't Archie woken up. :fp:

He's ill at the moment, too, he has croup, which I'd never heard of, and which seems not too serious, but when you hear them struggling for breath it's horrendous. He has such a confused/pained expression, too.
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by degoose » Wed Feb 15, 2017 3:52 pm

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Poser wrote:Ok, cool. I'll not mention that thing where you are clinically exhausted and desperate for them to go to sleep, so you can sleep, but then your brain keeps you awake because you're concerned when they're not making any noise...

you know what, i haven't had that issue at all. My wife has though, she has worry and paranoia built into her so she does enough worrying for the two of us and i'm not that kind of person really.I think i was more exhausted going back and forth to the hospital when he was born as he had to stay in it for two weeks.

I think so far i had one to two really bad nights of sleep but i generally functioned on 4-5 hours sleep anyway prior to having a baby so it hasn't hit me too hard when i've had about 2-3 hours. He's had issues though with constipation and reflux but i think we will get him sorted soon.

He's also up to 7,8lbs now . Looks strawberry floating huge to me compared to when he was born.


That's awesome news mate: they soon stack the weight on. And yeah, you're better off if you can not be a worrier. I never used to be, but sometimes I'll just wake up in the night and think strawberry float, why hasn't Archie woken up. :fp:

He's ill at the moment, too, he has croup, which I'd never heard of, and which seems not too serious, but when you hear them struggling for breath it's horrendous. He has such a confused/pained expression, too.

Yeah never heard of croup before, we already had a cold as well on the 2nd day getting him home. Liquids were just flying out all over the place and a load of mucus. As for worrying i think i need to be calm otherwise me and the wife would be a mess.
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PostRe: So you've ruined your life...
by Pedz » Wed Feb 15, 2017 3:59 pm

I don't think Croup is anything to worry about. My 4 year old had it the other week, first of my kids to get it.
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by Poser » Wed Feb 15, 2017 4:12 pm

Pedz wrote:I don't think Croup is anything to worry about. My 4 year old had it the other week, first of my kids to get it.


Yeah, my reading of it is that it basically makes their cold symptoms slightly worse and more distressing (for them), but there's nothing necessarily dangerous about the croup itself.
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by Photek » Fri Feb 17, 2017 8:49 am

Yup no need to be worried man, lil dude'll be fine. :)
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by Photek » Fri Feb 17, 2017 8:52 am

Glowy69 wrote:Hospital last night. Baby glowy hadn't kicked in a day or so but had been moving but not as much. Which led her to search on google :dread: straight down to the midwives where he proceeded to start kicking her like crazy.

Apparently this happens a lot but as its your first you get worried. I was secretly terrfied. And so glad when we heard the heartbeat.

On we go. 11 weeks to go.

Had same scare which I've written about before, she didn't kick all day and that night we both on couch watching Die Hard, hand on her tummy and both of us just not talking fearing the worst, then as the nakatomi plaza was blowing up she kicked off! :lol: :wub:
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by Glowy69 » Fri Feb 17, 2017 10:54 am

Photek wrote:
Glowy69 wrote:Hospital last night. Baby glowy hadn't kicked in a day or so but had been moving but not as much. Which led her to search on google :dread: straight down to the midwives where he proceeded to start kicking her like crazy.

Apparently this happens a lot but as its your first you get worried. I was secretly terrfied. And so glad when we heard the heartbeat.

On we go. 11 weeks to go.

Had same scare which I've written about before, she didn't kick all day and that night we both on couch watching Die Hard, hand on her tummy and both of us just not talking fearing the worst, then as the nakatomi plaza was blowing up she kicked off! :lol: :wub:


I couldnt not ay anything, I just told her to get her coat on and we going the hospital. Turns out he was just waiting for us to get there till he embarrassed us :lol: :wub: Little scamp. Apparently i did it when mom was pregnant with me, 4 days I went without kicking, seems he takes after his dad :wub:
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by Moggy » Fri Feb 17, 2017 11:10 am

Photek wrote:
Glowy69 wrote:Hospital last night. Baby glowy hadn't kicked in a day or so but had been moving but not as much. Which led her to search on google :dread: straight down to the midwives where he proceeded to start kicking her like crazy.

Apparently this happens a lot but as its your first you get worried. I was secretly terrfied. And so glad when we heard the heartbeat.

On we go. 11 weeks to go.

Had same scare which I've written about before, she didn't kick all day and that night we both on couch watching Die Hard, hand on her tummy and both of us just not talking fearing the worst, then as the nakatomi plaza was blowing up she kicked off! :lol: :wub:


You can tell a kid will be a good 'un if they react properly to Die Hard. :wub:
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by Akai XIII » Sun Feb 19, 2017 11:01 pm

We went through the same worries, because we'd had a miscarriage before it was worse. Ended up getting a doppler so we could listen to the heartbeat instead of worrying/going to the hospital every week.
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by Denster » Tue Feb 21, 2017 5:59 pm

My daughter's 18 on thursday. The worries just become more complex.
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by Moggy » Tue Feb 21, 2017 6:06 pm

Denster wrote:My daughter's 18 on thursday. The worries just become more complex.


It's terrifying how terrifying it is to me that the kid of a bloke I've never met is now an adult. :lol:
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by smurphy » Tue Feb 21, 2017 7:34 pm

Finally the photos she's sending me will be legal.
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by Balloon Sod » Wed Feb 22, 2017 7:59 am

Akai XIII wrote:We went through the same worries, because we'd had a miscarriage before it was worse. Ended up getting a doppler so we could listen to the heartbeat instead of worrying/going to the hospital every week.


Not to add to anyone's worries, but they can give false reassurance, so if anyone is using one it's worth keeping that in mind.

http://www.kickscount.org.uk/mums/your-babys-movements/why-shouldnt-i-use-a-home-doppler/

I feel your pain though, Akai. We have a little lad now, but because we miscarried before it was a pretty terrifying 9 months. Worth it though :)
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by Rax » Wed Feb 22, 2017 10:49 am

So Zelda rolled over last night and we celebrated as if she had won gold in the Olympics. Its amazing how the littlest things can be a big deal! :lol:
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by Glowy69 » Wed Feb 22, 2017 11:11 am

Rax wrote:So Zelda rolled over last night and we celebrated as if she had won gold in the Olympics. Its amazing how the littlest things can be a big deal! :lol:


My mates little girl did that t'other day, then she lost her gooseberry fool when she couldnt get back :lol:

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by Finiarél » Wed Feb 22, 2017 11:15 am

Half term is killing me.

Glowy you sorted for names yet?
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by Glowy69 » Wed Feb 22, 2017 11:19 am

Finiarél wrote:Half term is killing me.

Glowy you sorted for names yet?


Been sorted since we found out it was a lad. He's gonna be called Oliver Peter, Peter is mine and my grandads name :wub: And Oliver was shortlisted after I was shown a list of 10 names I could pick from :slol:
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