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Cabin fever in Islington - any new mums out there?

(4 Posts)
Maverix Wed 09-Feb-05 12:58:30

Have a 6-week-old baby, loving it but finding the round-the-clock duty a little claustrophibic. Anyone at the same stage out there who'd fancy a coffee some time? Would be great to meet up and compare notes.

maltesers Wed 09-Feb-05 14:38:22

hi maverix, i have a sister who lives in highbury. cannot speak for her totally bit she is a first time mum (an older mum) and she has a baby who is now 13 months. so she has had a big learning curve on child care recently. she might be good for useful tips. she is very meticulous about babycare and has a good as gold ds.I, myself have three older kids, 4, 14, and 16 but can recall my first newborn and how stuck at home you feel. its nice to meet other mums and get out of the house. the sleepless nights get better i promise ! best of luck and congrats on new babe.

maltesers Wed 09-Feb-05 14:39:27

maverix i forgot to say that she is on mumsnet and her nickname is Myrtle. am sure she would be happy to chat to you.

Maverix Wed 09-Feb-05 15:07:48

Thank you, will look out for her!

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