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Steevo

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More pics later when I get them downloaded. She is five months old now. My son is 2 and a half.
 

Evil Marge

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Oh I see now you've added the pics. Awwww I'm so glad baby and mum are now doing well and I hope dad and son are doing okay too.
 

Steevo

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We are better now all the testing is over, and her hair is growin gback where they shaved some of it off her head. Too much stress in too little time.
 

Steevo

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Thanks.


I am glad to see it over, I still have wierd dreams about things going wrong, we are stopping there, both of them had complications. April is just to little to have kids, she is trying to get down to her normal weight again. 95Lbs.
 

Sazar

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Kudos Steevo :)

I have a brand new Nephew that I have been doting over the past 6 weeks so I (sort of) know the feeling :)
 

falconguard

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Kudos Steevo :)

I have a brand new Nephew that I have been doting over the past 6 weeks so I (sort of) know the feeling :)
Yeah, sort of. The best part is that once they start crying, you can always give it back. As a parent, there is nowhere else to go.
 

Evil Marge

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Yeah, sort of. The best part is that once they start crying, you can always give it back. As a parent, there is nowhere else to go.
This why I love my job, at the end of the day they go home to their parents while I go home to a nice quiet house and put my feet up :laugh:
 

Steevo

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Congrats Steevo - mine is due in 77 short days :D

Wait for it, now mommy takes care of it all.


My reccomendations are as follows...
for mommy before, during and after delivery

http://www.amazon.com/Happy-Company-Foot-Body-Roller/dp/B0015YF9IS/ref=pd_sim_dbs_k_2


http://www.jcpenney.com/jcp/X6.aspx...13&Grptyp=PRD&ItemId=14ef488&siteID=210054843

great if she is going to feed the baby, and for soothing, a heating pad is also good on this. Plus it is quiet, so if one or the other gets up there are no squeaks. These are the same ones they use at PSL as they are durable and quiet, as well as recline. Get the ottoman or a foot stool, it makes feeding easier. We had to go back and get one.


For baby, a good carseat, register it, and don't get a old one. For the price a new one with all the safety stuff is well worth the money. Plus the instructions and parts are all there.

We took a carseat safety class when we had Taylor (our son) and it was well worth it, you might check however with the hospital, we couldn't leave with Brooke untill we watched four hours of videos and took a test, one of the videos was a car seat safey, and they inspected ours, as well as infant CPR/choking and the list of when to call the doc. So it might not be needed.
 

Steevo

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This why I love my job, at the end of the day they go home to their parents while I go home to a nice quiet house and put my feet up :laugh:

We waited abouththe right amount of time I think, I helped raise two younger broters as well as a younger sister. They were too close together, spent most of the night if one was up trying to get them all to go to sleep.
 

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