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Oh! I haven't been on here in MONTHS but popped in for a second. So glad that everything is going well for you! The last time that I was on, things weren't going well with your hubby situation and I was worried about you. I'm so happy that you and your precious baby girl are doing so good! She is darling!
I'm looking for a naturopathic doctor for my son? I've found contact info for one in athens and a few in atlanta but I do not know anything about them. Any information or recommendations would be greatly appreciated!
As a person who has had previous issues with food/weight, please listen to me. If you are eating well - variety of fruits and veggies, adequate fat and protein - and are active - but not extreme - it does not matter what the scale says. Period. You should be focused solely on nutrition and the health of you and your baby, not weight gain. I know it is hard, especially when everyone and their brother thinks they should be able to comment on your weight while...
I don't know why, but I get really uncomfortable about DH grooming me down there when I'm pregnant. It is odd b/c we are so comfortable around each other. I've pretty much been letting mine go wild, but I agree with other posters' suggestions for a beard trimmer. Personally, I like mine mostly bare but I can't manage it when pregnant. My DD was a scheduled C/S and I wanted to have everything "prepped" down there before I went in. I somehow managed to shave it...
slsurface - that room looks sooo good. I love that shade of blue! eta: we don't have a nursery. We're moving in a few weeks and. . . the baby won't have a room.
What?! That is great news! You seem to have kept such a great attitude throughout this journey. I'm so happy that things are moving in the right direction. Lot of prayers and positive thoughts coming your way, mama.
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Awwww, y'all can all just move near me, then we'll have a little AP, Christian community. I know what you mean - people like to label others and form groups based on those labels. So, it can make it difficult when you feel like there isn't a label that fits you. (grrrr.... labels. are they ever totally accurate anyway? who is really that black and white? ) I'm stuck in a similar place, so I don't really have any advice, just wanted to add to the voices saying...
My 4 year old has food allergies along with extreme pickiness. He is currently getting very little nutrition and almost no protein. He will drink smoothies or "milkshakes" from Pediasure-type products, but I haven't been able to find one that is free of dairy and soy. Is there something I am missing? Any other ideas for sneaking in protein in smoothies or shakes?
*sigh* add me to the group. It has been going on for a couple of weeks but isn't horrible, yet. It was excrutiating with DD at the end, so I'm really nervous. My hips and tailbone hurt as well, so I desperately want to see a chiro before this gets unbearable. I gotta tell ya - this is not helping our almost nonexistent bedroom action, yk?
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