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argh! i know I need to lose weight but...

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starlover Mon 09-May-05 17:45:49

... i am sick of getting up to put ds's dummy back in!

he has just figured out that he can pull it out of his mouth and play with it. So now that's what he does... allllllll the time.
He cries because he is tired but keeps pulling the dummy out.
5 times I have just had to put it back in!

he has his rabbit and blanky to hold onto, but that's not enough! lol

astonished Mon 09-May-05 17:47:24

Get rid of it then there will be no dummy to put back in!! My ds2 drove me mad with his so I threw it away, best thing i ever did!!

astonished Mon 09-May-05 17:48:38

then again, if putting a dummy back in will help me loose weight, I'm off to the shops to buy them for all my kids with strict instructions to spit them out regularly!!

starshaker Mon 09-May-05 17:50:32

yeah dd is 2 weeks and she keeps getting her caught when she tries to suck her fingers at the same time she has also discovered she can blow back into her bottle and make a right old mess

starlover Mon 09-May-05 17:52:18

astonished... i think he's going to start sucking his thumb soon anyway... he has always got his fist stuck in his mouth

astonished Mon 09-May-05 17:53:46

thumb sucking, so sweet, my ds1 does it and he has always been an angel.

starlover Mon 09-May-05 17:55:22

how old was he when he started astonished?

astonished Mon 09-May-05 18:19:31

Sorry off sorting a crisis, thirsty kids , about two months he found his thumb and slept through the night at two and a half months. None of my others have sucked their thumbs and none have been that good at sleeping either, i'm sure it helps!! Downside though at almost four his teeth are beginning to look a bit goofy so hope to help him cut down soon

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