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Spring into Iyar (Jewish mama's thread)

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Maybe if I start this month's thread I'll be able to keep up with it

Happy Rosh Chodesh!
post #2 of 47
for everyone...amen!
post #3 of 47
I'd really like to have a baby this month.

So VERY happy Iyar to everyone!
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B'shaa tovah, Smei. (and may the right time be soon )

rosh Chodesh everyone.
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I'm bringing in the new month with a raging sinus infection and two little boys tag-teaming me with colds and low grade fevers of their own. I guess I'm grateful they didn't get sick at the same time because my lap is only big enough to snuggle one sick child at a time.
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I'd really like to have a baby this month.

So VERY happy Iyar to everyone!
bshah tova...its my birth month (on the 15th of Iyar, bli ayan harah).
post #7 of 47
holy crud. Is that possible? I was trying to figure out what my jewish birthday is, and it seems to be iyar 14. but that occurs close to two weeks from my "regular" birthday. weird.
post #8 of 47
b'shaa tova, sme!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! how are you feeling!?
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Feeling pretty good. I've got a posterior baby that I'm trying to turn, but I'm in good spirits and enjoying these last few days/weeks. I have a wonderful MW team and feel really good and in a good place about this birth.
post #10 of 47
Hi mamas!!
life has been sooooo busy here so I have'nt been around in a while.

b'shaa tova! my first baby was a posterior baby, I didn't know before labor, and while it was a very long hard labor she was born naturally, B"H no complications. I think the only real difference is the back labor, but other than that you should be fine sending you good
post #11 of 47
Checking in, quickly.
Smeis - b'shaa tova - it really does end, eventually! As for the posterior baby, I had one who turned during labour - I didn't know he was posterior until the nurse suggested hands-and-knees because of the back pain, and it was fine.
AFM - I had my baby! DD was born April 9th at home. B"H we are all doing well, and we are all enjoying her so much! Siblings are thrilled to bits and looking for any opportunity to help with her.
post #12 of 47
mazel tov!
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AFM - I had my baby! DD was born April 9th at home. B"H we are all doing well, and we are all enjoying her so much! Siblings are thrilled to bits and looking for any opportunity to help with her.




Mazal tov.







And smeis, echoing the b'sha'a tova. At the right time, and like a fish ...
post #14 of 47
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Checking in, quickly.
Smeis - b'shaa tova - it really does end, eventually! As for the posterior baby, I had one who turned during labour - I didn't know he was posterior until the nurse suggested hands-and-knees because of the back pain, and it was fine.
AFM - I had my baby! DD was born April 9th at home. B"H we are all doing well, and we are all enjoying her so much! Siblings are thrilled to bits and looking for any opportunity to help with her.
Mazel tov!

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Mazal tov.







And smeis, echoing the b'sha'a tova. At the right time, and like a fish ...
Yup - that would be lovely.

Baby turned! My MW joked that now my homework is to squat until baby comes to keep him/her in a good position.

39w today.
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Baby turned! My MW joked that now my homework is to squat until baby comes to keep him/her in a good position.

39w today.
That's funny! My mw told me to keep my legs together while she was on vacation!
post #16 of 47
Mazal Tov!!!!
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mazal tov, npl!!
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serial posting because I wonder if some of you very learned mamas can help me out and point me to good Torah/Talmudic/Halachic sources to support non-vaccinating...

I have to write an exemption for NYS and religious is the only way to go. We want to send to a Jewish school so I could really use some help.
post #19 of 47
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Mazal tov Npl!!! and B'sha'a Tova Sara!

I have a killer sinus situation going on - the dr. tells me that it's an allergic reaction - so I'm popping oregano oil and olive leaf like candy along with homeopathic remedies - and for good measure d-hist... It's lots of fun.
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serial posting because I wonder if some of you very learned mamas can help me out and point me to good Torah/Talmudic/Halachic sources to support non-vaccinating...

I have to write an exemption for NYS and religious is the only way to go. We want to send to a Jewish school so I could really use some help.


crazy_eights is the poster to go to for this one, I believe. Has she showed up on this thread yet?
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