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I completed steps 1 and 2.
I have lived in a sparsely populated county in central KY my entire life.  There is a very very good chance that our family will be moving to Louisville in the next couple of months.   I would love more information about:   free opportunities that children will enjoy "good" neighborhoods farmers markets or other good grocery markets medical community.  I have 3 children that have to see pediatric endocrinologist and also one child with autism. ...
Yes, I could fee my baby A way more than baby B through out the pregnancy.
Two swings would have been nice but we made do with one.  Invest in two wraps/slings though.  One of my twins will NOT tolerate sharing the wrap carrier with his brother.  We have a crib side car style to our crib.  This was new for us because we always brought our babies straight to the bed with us but then the boys were born premature and I was concerned our bed would be too soft for them.  So we bought a crib and converted it.  For the most part when they first came...
I agree, not as much as you would think and my boys were born in late fall when you have to bundle them up.  I have a couple of older boys and other than a few cute matching outfits just for fun we have done fine on their hand me downs alone.  What I did end up needing more of was cloth diapers.  I wish I had bought more of those so I could have went longer between washing in those early months when you are so tired.
Thanks you two.  I have taken note and am listening.   It seems a lot of the gluten free resources I have found a pretty heavy on the sweets and desserts.  Can not figure that one out.    The first couple of weeks were great.  I went online and found recipes and planned accordingly because I really really wanted the kids to enjoy the transition.  I can not keep that up though.  I need some new staples.  Other than stir-fry and soup.  Those two things are what I...
We made the switch to gluten free, which has worked miracles in the bathroom for us, sorry if TMI, but seriously gluten free has been amazing for our family.  At the same time we cut out all refined sugars and limit our natural sugars (like honey) to as small amount as possible.    It has been going great but I have ran into a problem.  I am running out of ideas of food to cook and feed my family.  Especially lunch, oh my I get stuck thinking of things to serve for...
Yes, defently a new one for May.   The twins are getting so big.  The boys have been rolling all over the place after stuff and people.  I love when they sometimes accidentally roll into each other and then give each other this little angry look and then just start laughing.  Wish you all could see it, it's adorable.   I loved my due date club.  You guys were awesome. I will always be grateful for all of the support you guys gave me through bed rest and the...
Look totally ID to me.
That would be the famous "just in case" epidural.  My OB (a specialist because my twins had ttts) explained that he highly suggests them so that way if there is an emergency, and the emergency usually happens with baby B, then they can go ahead and do surgery with less side effects for the mom and baby.  The other option was that if you would rather then no epidural but with the knowledge that if emergency surgery needed to be performed you would need to receive general...
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