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post #141 of 607
hoping things pick up for you soon, cking.

I am hating this snus infection. Oy.
post #142 of 607
Thinking wonderful, calm, peaceful birthing thoughts as the newest member of the royal family prepares for landing.

Hope it's awesome, Christina. xox
post #143 of 607
Cking,

rest well and have a great birth!

Happy Birthday Steph!
post #144 of 607
think we'll (this tribe, not my family) be welcoming a v-day love bug!
post #145 of 607
He's here!

Baby boy King was born at 8:32 pm. Very quick - midwife arrived at 7:45. Not sure how long 'active labor' was. Still working on a name, hopefully we'll decide by the morning. oh, 8 lb, 12 oz.
post #146 of 607
Wonderful news! Welcome baby king. Enjoy your babymoon, mama.
post #147 of 607
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Congratulations, Christina and welcome baby boy!
post #148 of 607
Congratulations Christina!

Welcome Little one!!!!

post #149 of 607
Welcome Prince of the Royal family!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


What a fast labor, can't wait to hear the details!
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post #151 of 607
congratulations!!!!!!!!
post #152 of 607
Hurray, Welcome baby boy!
post #153 of 607
CONGRATULATIONS CHRISTINA!!
post #154 of 607
Can't wait to hear the birth story and whatever Princely name you've come up with Christina. Hope your early moments have been wonderful.

Belated birthday love for you, too, Steph!

Shanna! I hate that you were right. All of a sudden, Sebby has a million and one allergy symptoms. Hives all over him, diarrhea, dark eyes, nappy rash - all these things, he has NEVER had before the last week. We've definitely isolated egg as a problem - he ate one on Saturday (not his first, but probably ate the largest amount ever) and was violently ill straight away. If only isolating all his intolerances were that simple. I'm going to take him to his awesome doctor today - I need someone to crack the whip because I'm in total denial about what all of this means.

Angelorum - Just wanted to say that we've recently gotten serious about our financial position and it was hard work to move from denial and not wanting to deal with the reality but a month in and I'm feeling so much more empowered and positive about it all. I hate money stuff and so does DP and as a result, we let our credit card debt go crazy and refused to even consider the possibility of buying a house...after all, on one income, is that even possible? Now though, we have a plan to be out of consumer debt by the end of the year and saving for a deposit on a house. It'll probably take us 5 years to save the deposit (we live in super high COL area) but we weren't getting anywhere by pretending it wasn't an issue!

Somehow that became about me, but what I wanted to say was kudos to you. Getting serious about money is a good thing!
post #155 of 607
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Shanna! I hate that you were right. All of a sudden, Sebby has a million and one allergy symptoms. Hives all over him, diarrhea, dark eyes, nappy rash - all these things, he has NEVER had before the last week. We've definitely isolated egg as a problem - he ate one on Saturday (not his first, but probably ate the largest amount ever) and was violently ill straight away. If only isolating all his intolerances were that simple. I'm going to take him to his awesome doctor today - I need someone to crack the whip because I'm in total denial about what all of this means.
Oh NO! I really do wish every time that I give this advice that I am just being the crazy lady with the hammer.

My gut issues when I got pregnant with Fenton were horrible, so we might be a "worst case scenario" example. PM me if you want more info on what our experience was. The downside is that our journey sucked, but the upside is that, unlike everyone I know who deals with "true" food allergies, our situation has been curable. I was healed in 18 months. Fenton and I both test negative for "food allergies", if that helps you at all.

Happy birthday Steph!
post #156 of 607
Thanks Shanna, I've no doubt you'll be getting more than one PM from me in the next little while!

Thought this blog entry I stumbled across may resonate with some of you - Quantity Time.
post #157 of 607
So his name is Nicholas Thomas. I posted some pics on FB but for aanyone not on there, here are a few faves:

http://lh6.ggpht.com/_hYY6vsWiyG0/S3...0/DSC00038.JPG
http://lh4.ggpht.com/_hYY6vsWiyG0/S3...0/DSC00056.JPG
http://lh3.ggpht.com/_hYY6vsWiyG0/S3...0/DSC00018.JPG
post #158 of 607
Josephine was awesome. She has really taken to her little bro and was very curious about him.

He's pretty cool. Nursed well, slept well.

MIL has already asked the circumcision question: Not if, but when? I should have just deferred her to Tom, but instead I said he won't be. She just looked away, and I heard GMIL said "mmm-hmm" under her breath (disapprovingly). Sheesh. With all the things she *won't* talk to me about, she picks this one to ask me instead of him.

hoping to update soon with birth story/details.
post #159 of 607
How annoying about your ILs and the circ discussion.

I told you on FB already, but those are lovely pictures!
post #160 of 607
so ridiculous about the circ'ing thing. But how sweet are your pics!
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