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The military screwed up hubby's paperwork and he's been vax'd like 3-4x the normal person against his wishes because THEY misplaced his proof of vaccinations. They tested his immunities prior and found he was already immune to everything they were going to try and give him outside of the Anthrax vax. They vax'd him anyway... over and over. While I can say this is NOT a school it is a major organization and accidents are totally possible. My daughter attended public...
I took iron all through the last pregnancy and I wish I had known about the chlorophyll too. This time around I am taking Rainbow Light Prenatal vitamins and I can say I NOTICE the days I forget to take them. Man oh man, do I! Speaking of... lol
I was told by the midwives advising us on our first UC that cord prolapse happens more often when the sac is ruptured prematurely. Especially when it's ruptured for the sake of induction. I didn't check with our last two but I still think it might be nice to have a doppler of some sort. I think when you're on your fourth kiddo you can have a better chance of telling something is wrong than your first but that could just be my wishful thinking.
First, every baby is different, mama. I wouldn't spend as much time worrying about the next one as I would loving on the one you have right now!   I remember Trubutline... it gave me awful side affects. Since I got that shot I dealt with heart palpitations for almost a year and a half after my oldest son was born. I hope you have better luck than I did, mama!
We stopped doing that when my oldest was a baby. Her first was really awkward. It was a group setting (AT KAISER) and I was told to get her naked and lay her out on the table and wait for the doctor. I was 19 and the only mother who got her undressed up until the diaper, wrapped her in a blankie and held her in my arms! No thanks! I went to a couple after that but they were a little better than that. I do agree though, when I think about all the reasons why kids go to...
That was kinda funny! REALLY creepy too though. When they threw the doll away and it looked back at the mom. Eeeep! It kinda speaks to me when SNL starts bringing up things that the everyday American probably doesn't bat an eye at. Makes ya think, what do they know what I don't and then I start googling. lol. Thanks for sharing. Won't be getting the shot or the doll (*I know it's not real) lol.
Our family loves NPR. We listen to it with the kids around. Sometimes, our eldest asks questions, which we love and we grab at the chance to connect with her. If it's a particular rough topic we have been known to throw on the ipod. But, it's not really censored around here. We value the bad because without it we cannot appreciate the good. As a Christian family we hope for the best but as an intelligent family we know bad things happen. Their uncle is a soldier so we...
Such a wonderful journey! Truly inspiring! Thanks for sharing, mama! I love stories about UC. It brings back memories of my own.
IDK, I think that if I can't see the boobage, and someone says "cover up" like it's porn then it's going to get ugly. But, for the most part I don't think using a cover in and of itself is anti-lact. I think anything that makes my baby have a negative meal time is anti-lack. I mean, my feelings and emotions travel and I know the baby can sense if I am uncomfortable. But, I also don't see getting topless in the middle of a mall productive But, in the end it's a to each her...
This makes me worried. My husband had vax from everything under the sun from the Army and he already never gets sick so I worry that he could be a carrier to just about ANYTHING and bring it home to our kids. Luckily, nothing's happened. But, I say as a non-vax parent, I am more hesitant to let my kids play with vax kids than some vaxers are about letting their kids play with mine. Hubby and I both had chicken pox when we were little. I had it at 4 and he had it as a baby....
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