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June 2006 Mamas - Chatting Away in February!

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Hi June 2006 Mamas, and Happy February! Welcome to our regulars and to any newbies - we are a group of mamas who were due in and/or delivered in and around last June, and we welcome you to join the fun! Last month we managed to get to 83 pages and 1642 posts, so watch out, we like to chat about everything and nothing in particular, and we're addictive! :

So, back when we were a DDC, for a while we used to propose a question to get conversation started in each new thread. (Not that we have any trouble starting conversations, but...it's some fun fluff ) So here goes: We all know our babies are the cutest in the world, but now that our babies are really coming into their own personalities and getting around a bit, if you had to pick just one thing your Junebug does or one thing about him or her that is the cutest ever, what would it be?
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I'll answer my own question - for Andrew it's gotta be his giggle-snort. He has the most hilarious giggle ever. Whether it's laughing at his sisters or when I tickle him while changing his diaper - his giggle is absolutely adorable and infectious! I defy anyone not to crack up hearing him laugh. Now if only I could figure out how to record it and get it on You Tube or something!
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Marlow has started to "talk" back to us. I love it! or if you pause in the middle of a song she will "sing" her part. yay! I love my baby!
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Samantha makes an "old man" face which is entirely irresistible. I will try and get a picture of it. She sucks in her top lip as hard as she can and scrunches up her nose. We laugh every single time.
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I LOVE the way Jonah just has this deep belly laugh when he is looking/playing with his brother. You can totally see his love/appreciation for him shining in his eyes. It is AWESOME.
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that doggie just loves Sam!
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that doggie just loves Sam!
they're best friends! that and Kahlua was jealous that she wasn't being played with.
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they're best friends! that and Kahlua was jealous that she wasn't being played with.
I say get a saddle and put Sam on her.
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Squee! love the dog! Your baby girl has such squishable loveable cheeks!

cutest thing? The way Penelope smiles with her whole body. She's totally present and aware and there are no doubts about her feelings.

Anout Gentle Discipline - I think this has gotten a bad rap because of the way the term is misused. Parents who do NOTHING will say they practice GD when the truth is they just let their young people run wild. That's not GD.

We practice GD and make a lot of mistakes, but that's okay because we are human. Our young ones know we are doing our best and learning as we go. Sure, I don't like the (what I perceive to be) mistakes, but I'm learning.

Penelope has some stinky toejam. pew!
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William has this smile that just takes over his whole face...his eyes, his lips, his nose, they all participate...
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Cute!! Sibling interaction is always so wonderful to watch.
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I went to LLL with this morning. I learned how to do a back carry with a wrap. Now I want one of theese,

http://www.babywearingmama.com/catal...6category%3D36
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Penelope has some stinky toejam. pew!


And obviously, I totally agree with you about GD. :

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So cuuuuute!



Cutest thing about K? The way her brother is the ONLY person still who can make her belly laugh. DH and I get laughs, but DS gets her in hysterics. She adores him.
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I went to LLL with this morning. I learned how to do a back carry with a wrap. Now I want one of theese,

http://www.babywearingmama.com/catal...6category%3D36
Me! you went with me! We are going to p0wn at the back carry now. That's a great pattern, me like. Harper has some legwarmers that almost match!
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HI Korin!
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Me! you went with me! We are going to p0wn at the back carry now. That's a great pattern, me like. Harper has some legwarmers that almost match!
I ment to put you I have hands that want to type too! Man I realy want one now see what you started!
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Gotta go she's on the floor trying to nurse off the coffee table leg,I'm pretty sure varnish has no nutrional value.
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I ment to put you I have hands that want to type too! Man I realy want one now see what you started!
Ha, I know, I need to sell my OTSBH and my Babyhawk and a Zolowear ring sling if I get one. I think if I have a Beco and a good wrap, I will never need another carrier. I wonder what the diff is in the Storch and this woven Ellaroo? It's like half the price: http://www.babywearingmama.com/catal...Fcategory%3D41
Comes in multiple lengths. Anyone know?
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