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Pav~ that site is so cool. I'm going to save it. Too bad there isn't something for sleepless/frequent wakings.

there's plenty of help for that out there I don't know what's available in Canada, but I am guessing pretty much the same as here in US. Have you tried Calm forte from Hylands? Or Quietede (sp?) from Boiron? Or try this remedy finder to find the one remedy for you:
http://www.abchomeopathy.com/go.php

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Good night mamas, hope you all sleep better tonight!
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Have you tried Calm forte from Hylands?
I have tried it. Calmz Forte 4 Kidz. I've used it enough to remember it's spelled with z's

I've not given it to the baby, but I've given them to the older dc on especially rowdy nights. Amazing how well they work. I've tried Hyland's colic tablets with the baby. Better than mylicon any day.
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Pav thanks for you help, i will check out that site.

DD1 slept thru for 3 nights last wk and now is back to her usual of waking up. We are just tired, dh and I. Especially with 3 kids now waking up at night. :

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Who was it that was going dairy free? Miss juice? How is it going so far? Is your DS's ecsema getting better? I was going to suggest something as an alternative to going dairy-free - have you tried dygestive enzymes to help you digest dairy products better? Perhaps that would help as well? What enzyme is it that helps break down the dairy products - lacteese? Something like that I think.

That website I just posted above has dairy free menus there. Check it out:
http://www.savingdinner.com/menu_mai...p_me_pick.html

Here's a sample menu (6 recipes) for 4 people for dairy free meals:
http://www.savingdinner.com/menus/free_menu_HHMM.pdf
Holy thank you!
Yes it's me, been 4 days now but seems like 4 YEARS - Where is my cheese??? DS seems mostly better but it comes and goes... hourly :

How long should one do an elimination before seeing results??

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How long should one do an elimination before seeing results??
Sorry, Juice. Dairy elimination can take at least 2-3 weeks to eliminate from the body. Some people may see changes sooner, but if you want to make sure it's not dairy you need to wait at least 2-3 weeks.
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Jjoy~ WOW!!! Can she talk to dd3 and get her to atleast sit up by herself. not crawling yet but just sit. WTG Mattie!!!
She's not actually totally crawling. She gets up and moves one "crawl" forward and then falls all over herself. Last night she was doing well, but tonight she was having a hard time getting her belly up. Go figure. She's been a crankpot a lot today. Her spots are pretty much gone. And the silly thing about her ,and Emma too, is that she can not sit up alone very long. She sits kinda wobbly and I have to put my legs in a circle around her so she can use them to help balancer herself. My silly girls. I guess they can sit in our laps, but if they wanna get somewhere they have to figure out the crawl.


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The fabric is cotton. It's a sturdy fabric (selected on purpose).

Porn. Well, we've been there, too. I know it's something men do, and that I can live with. When it got to be frequent porn, I said something to him about how it made me feel. I think there's a fine line between an addiction to, or even just too frequent use of porn and normal behavior of men. Let him know how it makes you feel, and if he's going to do it then it's his responsibility to make sure you don't see that he's doing it. Have him download a cookie cleaner or something. You have to decide what level of it you're comfortable with, if any at all. Communication is key!

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My dh said that's bad news. If your upholstery removes from the cushion you might have hope. You can remove the fabric and try and ink remover and might have some luck. If they don't remove, whatever you use will soak the stain into the cushion and will probably bring it back up later, possibly bigger. Sorry I'm not more helpful.


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Oh my gosh, she's crawling?!?! That is AWESOME!!!

Hmm..porn...yeah, no fun. I am lucky, dh doesn't look at porn. It is against our religion, so it isn't anything we have to worry about. I can understand your feelings though, I think I would feel the same way.
It really is against ours too. That's a part of the problem. We've been really lax with our religious practices since I was put ton bedrest with Emma. We've little by little let things go. I hate it so much. I'm not sure what to do with my dh.


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If you are that allergic that you could go to an anaphylactic shock, then you need to go to hospital no matter what. Homeopathic remedies can certainly save you life when it comes to bee stings or snake bites, but you still need to seek a help from a doctor! Unless you feel totally fine, I mean no swelling, nothing, then I'd say it's ok to let it go, but if you had a bad experience in past then I'd not take that chance.
sorry, I could not find anything for Roseola I did only quick search, did not have more time to really search for a remedy. None of my books have any info on roseola either. I am glad she is doing better though.



You are very welcome! And please do let me know how they fit, or don't I guess
I'm not sure if I really even am still allergic. I'm jsut operating on the assuption that I am because I don't wanna find out the bad way. I was apparently stung when I was little and had a terrible reaction. I don't even know how bad. My mom had to carry some pills around, in case I got stung again and has always listed it on my school records my whole life. They told my mom I might outgrow it. I'm not interested in finding out if I'm actually allergic or not.
And they fit, quite beautifully actually. The ones for Mattie are great. There were 3 different patterns for Emma and I wanted to comment on the differences. I also have some pics, but my whole pic thing is a huge pain. And it's hard for me to do anything.

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Dh made a cd for me for Seth when he was a baby. It was the music of our house for the longest time. He needed it all the time. Anyway, if you want I'll make you one and stick it in the mail to you on Saturday. I'm going to the PO that day anyway, just let me know
Could I get one of those, by chance? There is a lot of noise around here and you can hear everything in our room where the girls sleep. And my aunt is really loud. So I've been looking for something.


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I have tried it. Calmz Forte 4 Kidz. I've used it enough to remember it's spelled with z's
I wanted to ask if you guys could tell me about something that might help Emma. I don't know what her issue really is, but she detests going to bed. Not your typical kid stalling type stuff. Like screaming bloody murder kind of stuff. Got any ideas on a homeopathic that might ease this? Will the above mentioned Calmz Forte help?

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Question - My little man has been throwing up A LOT past 5 days or so. I mean he's been always a spiter, but this is way too much. I have to change his and mine clothes at least 3 times a day because he spits up over himself, me, floor, everything. Could that be from teething or do you think he could have a stomach bug?
DD has this too, and now white runny stools... any advice anyone?

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And yes, I do know the non-sleeping will pass....but I like to complain while it is happening.
Oh this is me, this is me!!

JJoy, dd is crawling too in just the way you describe. When I wake up she is always towering over me and on her way somewhere! She can manage one or two crawls, and then she doesn't fall, but just whines in frustration. Where's the rewind button??

Pav - sounds like a fascinating site. Will give it a try if I ever get a second

Fridays I have 2 clients, 2 hrs work in the week -not enough to get used to the fact that I have to wear clothes without chuckup on them ,wash my hair etc, I've just realised all this and I have to leave the house in an hour, along with the whole rest of the family :

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It really is against ours too. That's a part of the problem. We've been really lax with our religious practices since I was put ton bedrest with Emma. We've little by little let things go. I hate it so much. I'm not sure what to do with my dh.
It's against our faith as well. I'm not sure that many faith's actually approve of porn! For my faith, one of the best things we can do is pray about it. It would be good to communicate to dh how it makes you feel, but if you are looking for something to do for dh, then pray.

Sarenka, hope you made it out of the house in time - and clean.

Hope everyone has a fantastic Friday!
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Good morning,

We had a great night with dd3. I nursed her at 8 and then switch sides at 9 because she didn't want to fall asleep on the right side.
She slept until 7am :

For the others girls well that's another story. I don't know when they came in our bedroom.

Where is Elsanne?? I haven't been bug in a few days. i hope everything is ok with her.

How is everyone this morning???

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Where is Elsanne?? I haven't been bug in a few days.
what kind of bug would you like to be today?
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So I noticed that my calms for kids isn't spelled with z's.
Oh, well. I must have been thinking of something else. I plead lack of brain activity during pregnancy.
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what kind of bug would you like to be today?
How about a ladybug.



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Hey Pav, Where do we find sulphur?? in what type of foods, or natural stuff??

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Hey Pav, Where do we find sulphur?? in what type of foods, or natural stuff??
not sure what you mean. did that come up as a result in that remedy finder? if yes than it's a name for homeopathic remedy and you can buy it at some type of health stores - don't know types you have up there.
http://www.elixirs.com/prodSearch.cf...All+Categories
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Yeah, it came up on that site i was suppose to check last night.

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The homeopathic finder said that sulphur would be good for the frequent wakings. Now how do you decide how much to give a child??

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The homeopathic finder said that sulphur would be good for the frequent wakings. Now how do you decide how much to give a child??
in that case I'd rather get a combination remedy in case Suplhur is not the correct remedy. combination remedies have a mixture of remedies to cover most symptoms so you don't have to the work and trying to find the one and only remedy.
for example this company makes great products:
http://www.kingbio.com/naturalmed/product_listing.html

this one's for sleep: sleep aid
or this one: fears & nightmares this one has sulphur in it.

I don't know if they would ship to Canada. But I don't see why not.

Calms forte has sulphur in it too. It's cheap. I am sure you can buy that one in Canada. It's a popular brand.
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Thanks pav. I think i'll try the Calm Forte and see what it can do for the girls, except dd3.

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Sorry, Juice. Dairy elimination can take at least 2-3 weeks to eliminate from the body. Some people may see changes sooner, but if you want to make sure it's not dairy you need to wait at least 2-3 weeks.
Tanya. This is not what I want to hear.

but I guess I'll stick with it for the next two weeks, and see what happens. Then Christmastime with all it's dairyful goodness will be a great time to test it out by reintroducing everything.

And lack of brain activity during pregnancy is totally understandable. It's lack of brain activity NOW that is scaring me. I drove the kids to school this morning - it's about a 5 minute drive from here. It was a particularly difficult house-leaving experience, with missing gloves and the wrong hat and "I'll miss my daddy" and tears and tantrums etc. so we were running a little late. Well I got the kids to school, and as DD1 was getting out of the car she pointed out that DS wasn't buckled in. OMG I JUST DROVE AROUND WITH MY BABY IN HIS CARSEAT BUT NOT BUCKLED IN. I feel like the most amazingly neglectful parent on the planet. How did I do that???????

And now, You're all here to witness it, Ethan just rolled from his belly to his back for the first time. He's been going back to belly for three days. He's now officially mobile!

Cr@p.
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what kind of bug would you like to be today?
sandrine, you are such a good sport. I'm not sure if that's a typo or if you even want to know this, but the phrase I think you wanted is "haven't been bugged" in a while. And yea, Elsanne is the one for that :
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You know, i've been bugged all my life that it's nothing new to get bugged again. Just a different person, that's all. And yes, i know my sentence is probably wrong.

In my family we have a saying:

If you are not bugged then you are not loved.

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2hrs with no one coming in and posting? That's horrible.



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Tanya. This is not what I want to hear.

but I guess I'll stick with it for the next two weeks, and see what happens. Then Christmastime with all it's dairyful goodness will be a great time to test it out by reintroducing everything.

And lack of brain activity during pregnancy is totally understandable. It's lack of brain activity NOW that is scaring me. I drove the kids to school this morning - it's about a 5 minute drive from here. It was a particularly difficult house-leaving experience, with missing gloves and the wrong hat and "I'll miss my daddy" and tears and tantrums etc. so we were running a little late. Well I got the kids to school, and as DD1 was getting out of the car she pointed out that DS wasn't buckled in. OMG I JUST DROVE AROUND WITH MY BABY IN HIS CARSEAT BUT NOT BUCKLED IN. I feel like the most amazingly neglectful parent on the planet. How did I do that???????

And now, You're all here to witness it, Ethan just rolled from his belly to his back for the first time. He's been going back to belly for three days. He's now officially mobile!

Cr@p.
OMG that totally happened to me too but with the older one. And twice already! We got to our final destination and Sebastian got off his car seat and said "lets go!" - I looked back and was like - "what the f***!!" and one more and worst thing - it was not just me - it was me AND my DH there!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :
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I've done that too with forgeting to put on their harness. Now they tell me.

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I've done that too with forgeting to put on their harness. Now they tell me.
I told DS that he has to tell me if i forget but i don't think he realizes he's not strapped. in our case it's more likelly to happen if i go with DH because we are chatting and DS gets into his carseat himself - that's how it happens. if i have to put him in there i strap him right away it can not happen.
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pav~ That happened to me too. I also forget when i open their doors, get the big girls in the van and then go to the other door and put dd3 in. I sometimes just get in the driver side without strapping them, especially when it's only one older dd. When it's two, i see that they are not completly in their seat yet. They like to argue who's going to sit beside dd3.

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Yeah, elsane, come back! I've even managed to burn Bob for you!

Thanks Tanya, yes, I did get out of the house. probably clean (there are always those last minute little spurts down the back of your clothes...)

took dd to the dr too and it seems she has a bit of an infection in her tummy - dr said the whitey pooh was quite rare and dd may well have been taking full advantage of her ability to crawl off blankets and swallowed a bit of something she shouldn't. I did find her licking the floor quite intensely today. Oh no...
she's got something to absorb the toxins, I mixed it with some milk in a cup and she had her first drink! She was a good sport at first but by the end she'd had enough. She also took her first homeopathic tablets! chamomilla vulgaris 15 for tummies and teething...

I feel pretty about it probably being a lack of hygiene. I also pick toys up she drops from the floor and they go back in her mouth without doing the boiling water thing :
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me again, talking to myself

I'm always here at the wrong time. And I'm going to bed now. Anyway I have two questions - one, how often do you all change diapers/nappies now, I mean at this stage? And the other for Maria, I've been trying to find where you posted a link to your birth story, to no avail, could you post it again? And by the way, having just read your contribution to another thread, may I crown you the Queen of Assertive Letters? That was great!
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Sarenka~ My dd3 doesn't seem to need to be change as often as i thought or did with the older girls. In cds, i change her about 4x and about 1-2x at night depending how her disp dipe is full and it's never full. She doesn't wet as much. She is also dry during the times she is awake.

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Wow! You guys are good! So much to chat about....now I know where to come when I am awake in the middle of the night.

I have done that with the unbuckled car seat twice...with my four month old. It was one of my "bad mommy!" moments...glad to know Im not alone
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