Newmum, good luck with the move, I'm sure it is daunting. I hope things with William are starting to become easier.
Lily, that stinks about Piper not liking the car, that can be stressful. I know I get keyed up if Quinn is upset in the car, but luckily (knock on wood) she is mostly okay with it.
Intime, welcome back! I'm so happy to hear from you and to hear that Crosby is doing well, I'm sure the coos and smiles just melt your heart. So sorry that you have been dealing with PPD, but hopefully it continues to get better.
Rebecca, sorry that your 2.5yo is having a tough time with the transition. It is probably good that you decided to tandem nurse. My mom brought my twin sister and I home and had weened my 18mo sister 2 weeks beforehand (we were born 6 weeks premature so she had planned on weening 2 months prior). My older sister resented us for years, not only did my mom come home with two babies when she didn't even want one (they didn't know we were going to be twins) but she was no longer allowed to nurse. On the flip side, my sister allowed her older girls to nurse after the new babies were brought home and they seemed to have an easier transition (although by no means was it an easy transition).
AFM, B is out of town for two weeks straight (usually he comes home on the weekend) since he has his grandfathers funeral this weekend. Quinn is 5.5 weeks old and is somewhere between 9 and 10 pounds (I need to get a better scale). I'm looking forward to Quinn's 6 weeks on Saturday since I can start going to the gym and dropping her in childcare. Fingers crossed, but Quinn has been a pretty easy baby, she is still waking up every 2-3 hours at night, but only for very brief periods. She then sleeps most of the morning, early afternoon, and enjoys being in the swing to sleep, so I am able to get things done during that time period. In the evening, she prefers to be held more, which I am fine with, I love having the time to cuddle with her.
I finally had to suck it up and take a shower with Quinn alone since she peed while I was changing her and was just covered in it. I ended up just throwing the baby tub in the shower (we have the hammock type tub) and putting a towel over top of her while I washed myself, then I cleaned her (and you're right Ccoello they are super slippy) and put her back in the tub with the towel while I dried off. She didn't seem to love being in the tub, she had a sort of "Are you serious, Mom?" face on, but she didn't cry. I even dropped a shampoo bottle on her at one point (thankfully it was almost empty) and she didn't cry, although you could tell she was annoyed. She actually doesn't cry that much at all. She fusses briefly if she is hungry or has a dirty diaper, but it is more like a brief warning signal...like, hey, something needs to be taken care of. She won't keep crying about any of that stuff, for the most part, unless you make her wait too long.