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Heresjonny · 05/04/2011 04:48


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lady007pink · 05/04/2011 04:57

My husband woke me up at 1am with his snoring, then my 4yo DD2 got in beside me, I put her back to her own bed after a few minutes, then DH started snoring againAngry. It doesn't help that the room is too warm due to the mild temperature outside. Now I'm at PC and still can't sleep.

And I start 24-hour duty at 9am - I'll be nearly 48 hours without sleep!



CheerfulYank · 05/04/2011 04:59

I've got to go to bed in about 5 minutes. What are you up to? :)


lady007pink · 05/04/2011 05:04

Just surfing........

And hoping I can get through my 24-hour duty!


Elderlygrannygoat · 18/12/2018 14:52

My friend thought that she was nearly a week past her expected date of delivery but she delivered a day after her two year old toddlers birthday.
Do obstetricians take siblings dates of birth into consideration when estimating edds?
I ask because my children and most people I ask have a d of b within two or so days of the date of the month of their siblings. eg my date of birth is 24 July and my brother 21 of March.
My husband and brother were born on31 July and 31 October respectively.
I could go on but perhaps others have same experience?
Not always the case but seems quite common.
I suppose your pituitary that controls hormone production will be fairly regular over a life time and reset after birth.

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