Caring for a new born and a special needs toddler

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kelly772696 Tue 28-May-13 20:22:34

Ok fab.... Easy when you know how smile

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NeoMaxiZoomDweebie Mon 27-May-13 10:03:10

Well click on the link I gave and at the top of that section there is a thing that says "Start a new thread within this topic" smile not thick at all!

kelly772696 Mon 27-May-13 09:44:19

Ok, hope I'm not being thick but how do I do that???

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NeoMaxiZoomDweebie Mon 27-May-13 08:41:43

I think you would be best posting in this section....there are a lot of lovely and very experienced parents there and they are so supportive.

kelly772696 Sun 26-May-13 21:40:36

Hi guys,

I have a 2.5 yr old who has speech & social delay, he's not potty trained and still has problems sleeping, understanding etc. Investigation into his needs is ongoing by paediatrician and he's attending therapy sessions every week.... Busy schedule !! No diagnosis has been given just yet as its early days. I am also 8 months pregnant, this will be my 4th child (big age gap between the first 2). With my first 2 children the age gap was the same as this time round however none of them were delayed in anyway. My question is does anyone have any advise they can give me in not panicking about coping with a new born and my 2.5 yr old? It's only been recently that I am now starting to worry about how I will fit all the therapy sessions, doctors/case workers meetings with a new born not to mention my 13 yr & 15 yr olds needs ?!? I know, I know I should have stopped at 3 smile Any advise would be greatly received thank you. Oh and forgot to say my husband can be very helpful, I'm not on my own however he's just starting his own business up so timing is rubbish!

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