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October 08 - A spoonful of sugar* (*not recommended as a first food)(1001 Posts)
Have done shortened stats this time, just for those of us who seem to still be around.
10th Sept (Due 1st Oct) - loulou33 - Boy - Joe Louis David - 6lbs 12oz - Induction due to rhesus sensitivity, G&A.
16th Sept (Due 8th Oct) - Ksal - Girl - Emma Rae - 6lbs - Just beat induction for PE!
21st Sept (Due 5th Oct) - myjobismum - Girl - Naomi Caitlin - 5lbs 10oz - Fast and furious hospital birth.
22nd Sept (Due 10th Oct) - Lozza70 - Boy - Sander Gene - 7lbs 5oz - Em C-Sec due to raised BP and high ALTs from liver.
2nd Oct (Due 12th Oct) - star6 - Boy - Quinlan - 5lbs 15oz - 36hr labour, ventouse and stitches.
3rd Oct (Due 26th Sept) - purpleflower - Girl - Rebecca Jill Erzsebet - 8lbs 10.5oz - Homebirth with paramedics due to meconium.
4th Oct (Due 30th Sept) - Aubergenie - Boy - Stanley - 7lbs 12oz -
5th Oct (Due 4th Oct) - hedgepig - Boy - Oliver - 6lbs 3oz -
5th Oct (Due 29th Sept Oct) - CherryChoc - Boy - Ryan - 6lbs 11oz - 3 day labour with natural birth in hospital
8th Oct (Due 6th Oct) - ronshar - Boy - William Dexter - 7lbs 11oz -
9th Oct (Due 17th) - Marthasmama - Girl - Martha - 7lbs 10oz - Elective c-sec
10th Oct (Due 1st Oct) - CantSleepWontSleep - Boy - Duncan Elliot - 8lbs 4oz - 4 day induction with 1 hour established labour!
12th Oct (Due 4th Oct) - pistachio - Boy - Thomas Fraser - 10lbs 2oz - Homebirth.
13th Oct (Due 15th Oct) - mum2jakeyroo/jrsqueak - Boy - Joshua - 7lbs 2oz - Delivered in car by dh!
16th Oct (Due 17th Oct) - rowanmac - Girl - Anna Ruth - 7lbs 2oz - 2 hours ARM to placenta delivery.
16th Oct (Due 11th Oct) - heather1980 - Boy - Alexander James - 9lbs 5oz - Homebirth
17th Oct (Due 10th Oct) - pepperrabbit - Girl - Jessica Rose - 7lbs 15.5oz -
24th Oct (Due 29th Oct) - Ekka - Boy - Matthew - 7lbs 15oz - Home water birth with gas and air.
26th Oct (Due 20th Oct) - jenwa - Girl - Phoebe Jasmine - 9lbs 2.5oz -
1st Nov (Due 22nd Oct) - SmudgeyDoodle - Girl - - 8lbs 2oz - Hospital water birth.
5th Nov (Due 29th Oct) - Honeymoonmummy - Girl - Poppy Grace - 6lbs 15oz -
5th Nov (Due 30th Oct) - MamaG - Boy - Harry James - 10lbs 9oz - Em C-Sec. Back to back and knotted cord around neck. 24 hours of labour first though, and don't you forget it!
lovely new thread, thanks CSWS!
MM - thanks, how cute is that! though have to admit I am a Nissan girl myself
Thanks to everyone else - will def catch up better tomorrow!
Right I am off - the Wii fit calls - g'night all x
In that case Myjob how about this? God I love that car!!! So yummy!!
Thanks for the new thread
So far I haven't noticed any affect on DD at all. I started taking it about 6.30 pm but then paniked about DD and changed it to after her last feed, she then generally gets a bottle for the next feed whenever that is in the night and the breast from then on. I try and make it that its the longest she will go between feeds when I take it
I'm feeling a little tipsy, I went to the little shop near me earlier because I really fancied a strongbow sirus but they didn't have any so I ended up with a big bottle of pineapple bacardi breezer. It's really not as nice as I remember from when I was 14 It's times like these I wish I liked wine!
I have just posted on the old thread about my bad day. Cant be bothered to type it all again.
I love these bunnies. Brilliant.
Ronshar - I'm going to answer you on this thread rather than face the wrath of CSWS. Poor W, too little to have german measles . I thought that your immunity stayed with them until they were 8 months? It does for measles which is why M didn't get it when ds did.
pineapple bacardi breezer! we need a lying sideways for that one
Yes I am here too. That CSWS is just far too strict
I dont really know about the immunity thing. I have had a look on the tinternet and it seems to be passed really easy. By talking, sneezing, coughing etc. I am frantically trying think of anyone I have been with who could be pregnant!
I would love to have a few drinks but I dont get enough sleep to sleep it off Bacardi Breezer, surely it has to be a Smirnoff Ice?
Good luck to Jrsqueak for her big day tomorrow. I hope it is good weather and it all goes well.
How long does german measles last for ronshar? Will you be housebound for a while?
I know I'm a bit scared of her, but I expect she'll like that
Ronshar - This is from the NHS website. I didn't link as there was loads of irrelevent stuff. "Newborn babies are often immune to certain diseases, such as mumps, measles and rubella. This is because protective antibodies are passed to them from the mother's placenta. However, immunity usually only lasts for a few weeks, or months, although in the case of measles, it may last up to a year.
Rubella is highly contagious
The rubella virus is highly contagious, so it is very important for children to be vaccinated at an early age. Early immunisation against the rubella virus will provide protection against infection during childhood. As the immunity acquired at birth can last for up to a year, the MMR vaccination is usually given at around 13 months of age, followed by a booster injection before the child starts school (usually when they are between 3-5 years of age)."
But clearly that didn't work for poor W!
I didn't see any smirnoff ice in there [fsad] I drink so infrequently and really fancied a drink so I bought the only thing they really had apart from beer and wine.
I would love some Pimms....mmmmmm Pimms.
German measles sounds horrible, hope he feels better soon.
Yay! I finished my first thread! I used lots of bunnies!!
- I'm too excited about the bunnies. I've got to grow up and snap out of it <slap slap>
Purpleflower the GP said about two weeks and he should be fine. I guess I shall have to be very careful about where I go. The problem is the Easter holidays start today so I have two children to entertain!
Thank you MM. I didnt know that.
I want to know where it came from. i dont think I know anyone who has it. I told girls at pre-school this afternoon. They dont know of anyone who has it? Mystery
Oh my lord I thought I was on Netmums with all that colour.
I have to agree these bunnies are bloody brilliant.
I'm having a glass of wine & watching the 'Top Dogs' programme on bbc2. So far both dc's are being good and letting me watch it without disturbance
Ronshar, your poor little chap....
I have to go to bed as I'm practically dribbling with tiredness (or could be the two large glasses of wine )
I just wanted one more bunny
Ronshar - I think it takes a few days for the rash to come out. Plus the spots can sometimes disappear in a matter of hours. So a child at pre-school could have had German Measles, got a rash and by the time they got home it could have gone. So the parents would just assume it was a cold. It doesn't wipe you out in the same way measles does so it's more difficult to spot.
Ronshar! Nothing is glittering or sparkling or flashing or moving. ((((((((((hugs)))))))) for your poor LO hun. [bvomit] !
You are all so meeaaaan. No one would be so horrid about me on netmums.
<sobs in a corner>
Thank goodness for the not moving MM.
Purple get to bed
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