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I started a new thread for the first of the month can you believe it. Our babies are going to be 5 months old wow time has flied.

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Oh--and about this neck cheese issue. After Mickey puked in bed AGAIN & after I cleaned him up I was playing with him when I saw a stray curd squished in his neck fat. This is when I realized that neck cheese MAY ACTUALLY BE REAL CHEESE made from REAL MILK! I wonder how it tastes. . .
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oh my goodness ya'll keep me laughing!

I got my moon this morning. It's so wild to see it when it's been over a year... what has it been... 14-15 months??

So I know a few of the other Mamas have also had AF return... how's your milk supply and everything else? I need some reassurance and big sisterly wisdom here
No AF here yet but some otherwise women will have words I am sure. Didn't want your post to get lost at the end of the other thread!

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I think my darling daughter is messing with us again. Two nights in a row she has got up only once (well twice but the second time we get up and after I feed her she goes back to sleep). This is a huge improvement from the first of September where she was getting up every 90 minutes or so. Maggie now has her clock set to wake up every day at 7 am. Oh and she took 3 one hour naps yesterday also. I am telling you this girl is on to us and is just messing with our minds.

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I have a confession to make : Callum watches baby einstein every morning at 630 in bed with me while I try to sleep till 7 :
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Guess who slept for 7 hours last night!! Kade woke up once, fussed for a second, then went back to sleep. I hope this is a trend.

I've been taking 2 fenugreek capsules a day to help with supply just because I'm paranoid. He usually is a one side at a time nurser, but lately he'll nurse from both sides at some feedings, which makes me think my supply dipped some. He's also been a little grumpy.
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Guess who slept for 7 hours last night!! Kade woke up once, fussed for a second, then went back to sleep. I hope this is a trend.
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Lucky you! He got me up and out of bed at 4 am I finally got him back to sleep an hour later...

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dh and I start our day at 4 am so that would be just right for us

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Has anyone gone out and gotten fall clothes for their babe...I want to see pics...it is still 90* here everyday and Hudson still wears only onsies if that.

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I am dressing him in long sleeves a fair amount now. I have't boughten things - we get tons of hand-me-downs from friends and family. I got hima black American Apparel Long sleeve shirt and a couple pants (Amazon has some great deals on AA baby clothes right now - check it out). Mostly he wears little Bob Marley shirts and funny gifts from family that says things like Made In Brooklyn or whatnot.

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We are mostly in long sleeves here too. I have not really bought anything for Maggie. We still have a huge stash from the baby shower that was given to me plus I got a few things last year on clearance at Old Navy. I will not need to buy her clothes until summer.

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We're in long sleeves and sweaters, here. It's been rainy and in the 60s.

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subbing, not much to say, except that Laura, you never cease to amaze me!!

i keep losing auctions and such! : i blogged about it on myspace, complete with links to all the stuff i've been unsuccessful at buying i keep wanting to buy longies but they get snapped up before i have fundage. i keep trying to buy winter coats for my kids too, b/c they have NONE and neither do i! it's still HOT here, but i know that very soon we will have to turn on the heater and we'll be wanting jackets at least

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nak

okay one last thing

does anyone have/use a water mesh sling/pouch for the shower? claire's gettin pretty big for the sink, and maybe i could actually shower more often than on an as-need basis that way ??yathink

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Dh and I use a mesh KKAP for the shower and I love it. I could not shower with him in my hands - too slippery for me- but we both enjoy it with the pouch!

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As you may recall, it was snowing here a couple days ago : But it is sunny and fall again here. Sebastian has exactly 4 pants and I was going to go get some more today at this great second hand store for children, but I haven't made it out of the house yet today. I did buy some long sleeve shirts and sweaters the other day, but I didn't buy enough pants for him. We didn't get much for clothing from my shower, so I am trying to build up a supply for when he suddenly runs out of clothes that fit him (like what happened this week!).

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I bought a few things on clearance while pg last winter that he's already wearing : I've been shopping sales, clearance, second hand and outlets at different stores all over, so I think he should be good for a little while. I've been mostly on my own for clothes for him, I didn't get a baby shower this time.
Here's a pic of Kade in his winter clothes the day it was snowing.
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Kristen-- What does PUL stand for exactly? Is polyurethane a plastic? OH and I have another question. I remember that you got a washmachine with a plastic tub & I ended up going that route too. I had a metal tub before. This one has a LOT LESS holes in the tub. I imagine metal tubs are stronger & can have more holes without affecting durability. Anyway, do you think the plastic tubs leave more water in the clothing? It seems like everything takes a lot longer to dry now. I guess that could be that the tub also is bigger so I'm doing bigger loads now
PUL is Polyurethane Laminate and yes, polyurethane is a plastic, pretty much anything "poly" is considered a plastic. PU is the same material that is used in the memory foam mattresses btw, just for interest's sake.

I actually noticed the other day that the tub in my new washer is metal.... I don't know which one was plastic that I was looking at, but apparently not the one we purchased! BUT, I noticed that the paint is already wearing off the bottom corners: For less water in your wash after spinning you need a front loader I think. Maybe an extra spin cycle??

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Oh--and about this neck cheese issue. After Mickey puked in bed AGAIN & after I cleaned him up I was playing with him when I saw a stray curd squished in his neck fat. This is when I realized that neck cheese MAY ACTUALLY BE REAL CHEESE made from REAL MILK! I wonder how it tastes. . .
Um, yuck. You are probably right, but I don't think I want to taste it... you let us know if you do though!! You might end up with another DDDDC!

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So I know a few of the other Mamas have also had AF return... how's your milk supply and everything else? I need some reassurance and big sisterly wisdom here
My supply tends to dip a bit just before but it comes up again within a few day. I also end up with a super cranky baby for those few days of dipped supply, and it's not that it dips enough to run out, I could probably feed at least two babies.... but I think the hormones are in the milk and affect the babe.
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I am dressing him in long sleeves a fair amount now. I have't boughten things - we get tons of hand-me-downs from friends and family.
I am in shock, I can't believe you said boughten. We're in long sleeves some days here, and pants. My peeve about pants lately, WHY do they make pants for kids under 2yrs that don't have snap crotches if they are not stretchy? Grrrrrr!

Ok, wool users, I have been looking at wool fabric and have been pondering buying some to make covers... anyone got any opinions?? I know someone local to me that uses them and I am going to ask her as well, but thought I would put it out to you ladies too

I think I have squandered nap time, but hopefully I'll get a few minutes to nap myself!

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Our weather is so crazy around here! we went from the low 60's into the 80's and now back down to 66. Ashlyn is mostly wearing her long sleeve shirts and soft cotton pants.
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I do have a few cotton lined jeans but they don't seem all the comfortable. I don't mind the long sleeve weather but I'm not ready for full blown winter yet. I will have to stock up on some more things for her. I'm in love with a huge second hand store around here that have all the popular brands
So for those mamas that do stuff for Halloween what are your plans for the babes? We usually trick or treat to families houses and last year went to the governors mansion where they have a live DJ and deck the whole thing out. Ds had a blast so we'll probably do that again this year. I'm not sure if I'm dressing up Ashlyn.. she'll probably be in the Mei Tai so no one will see her anyway... but they do have very cute outfits

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does anyone have/use a water mesh sling/pouch for the shower? claire's gettin pretty big for the sink, and maybe i could actually shower more often than on an as-need basis that way ??yathink
that is a great idea! i don't have one (and probably won't buy one) but i never thought of that. i regularly take showers with ezra & it's tricky but we manage. a few days ago i put the baby tub in the shower with me & let him play in there while i scrubbed up...it worked pretty well.

i rec'd zero hand-me-downs with my girls but somehow have managed to dress ez without spendy a dime! i seriously have clothes for him through about 18 months.

i made "babylegs" today! it was so super-easy & ezra looks adorable in them. i also whipped up 2 pair of leg warmers for the girls. let's see if i can find the link for anyone who wants to try it out....

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here's a photo of ezra sportin' his new "legs".....

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as far as AF is concerned, i'm such a spazz that i'm not in tune with my cycle & it's effect on my milk supply!? i haven't really noticed any changes in ezra's nursing habits, though, so maybe it's a non-issue. i'll have to be more aware....

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Ok feeling a little relieved about af and supply issues... I am a little shocked she's back so soon! I am usually a passionate and emotional woman, but d*mn! I have been crazy these last few days. I cried reading the kellymom website...
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And I ditto American Apparel .. we are about to grow out of the few things I got Kash for the beginning... all baby yoga pants and those little tees. Adorable and comfy!

And ya'll impress me so with your home made babylegs and buying PUL for making your own dipes and all....
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amazing the lot of you...

Oh yes and one more thing to report (er...confess):
Remember how I was bragging last week about how I am not spending any $ on anything not completely necessary...diaper swappers and TP and all...
well... I just bought an electric breast pump and some nursing stuff. But in the moment, it felt pretty necessary kwim?

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Clay wore his babylegs for the first time today and looked as cite at Erza does! I love babylegs! My 5 year old wears them a lot on his arms under t-shirts to make them like long sleeve shirts in this transitional weather so he can whip them off when he gets hot and vice versa. He loves them. Very punk rock he says

Speaking of which, we saw the Care Bears on Fire (google to hear their music on myspace) and ds1 is totally obsessed now. They are preteens and really good. He got their cd and likes to get naked, go up in his lofted space, turn on his cd player, and play air guitar along with them now Funny kid.

Anyone have any amazing toys that their dc loves? We got a few Haba hand me down rattles and this stuffed caterpillar thing and a whoozit (all handed down from my SIL). Clay likes them all - the caterpillar, oddly enough, the most. I like the Haba ones but he seems wholly indifferent about those! So anything your babes are loving?

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Anyone have any amazing toys that their dc loves? We got a few Haba hand me down rattles and this stuffed caterpillar thing and a whoozit (all handed down from my SIL). Clay likes them all - the caterpillar, oddly enough, the most. I like the Haba ones but he seems wholly indifferent about those! So anything your babes are loving?
Kayleigh has a stuffed cat from Playgro that we MUST have in the car with us. It is the easiest way to get her to stop crying, she is delighted and calmed by it and she falls asleep in the car clutching its arms. Initially she liked just to suck on one ear, it i microfleece on one side and silky on the other, now she shakes it (it rattles and has a red fish attached that is a rattle as well) and chews every bit of it, it's starting to turn grey.

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i feel like Ive been gone forever. things are super tight money wise right now so I have given up my internet. UGHHH

I miss everyone.

Nathaniel is HUGE and doing really well. His torticollis is still an issue but not too bad. he can almost turn his head the way he needs to. Lots of time in the wrap has helped him. he has a bit of the sniffles right now but he is doing really well. smiles and he happens to be really vocal too. he sings. If you hit a not, any note, he hits the same one right after. Its really neat!

he sleeps great down at 9 up at 5 I'll take it! we still swaddle him though.

Ive been working through some pretty serious PPD issues as well. my midwife suggested evening primrose,fish oil and vitamin b and it is really helping. Thank God

we started the feingold program in my house in July and my three year old is a different person. Im amazed and relieved. I can actually leave the house with him now without anxiety!

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Akasha loves stacks of sheets of papers and anything paper-related... mail and bills and grown-up books, etc... and food. She's really into food. We're holding off as long as we can....

All that to say, we also have lots of HABA getting shrugged off...

Ok... gotta tell ya'll. Maybe it's my period. Maybe it's the fact that Todd is being "primary parent" for the evening and there's no baby hanging off my body. Maybe it's the 2.99999 glasses of Pinot I've had. I've posted a very raw and risky thread in the Trading Post just now. It might drown in the overwhelm of jackets and diapers for sale, but nonetheless, it's there. Go read it if you want and know how truly dead in the dirt my last marriage flopped. Ugh. I feel like the pages Faulkner ripped up as he scribbled out his masterpieces... I feel like Southern ashes. Fallout. Failure. Yup it's probably the wine... it always makes me feel like desperation and confused rationality...
but somehow also like a romantic cliff hanger in a dime store novel.

Not well written, but like a miracle is about to happen anyways.....

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I miss everyone.

Nathaniel is HUGE and doing really well. His torticollis is still an issue but not too bad. he can almost turn his head the way he needs to. Lots of time in the wrap has helped him. he has a bit of the sniffles right now but he is doing really well. smiles and he happens to be really vocal too. he sings. If you hit a not, any note, he hits the same one right after. Its really neat!

he sleeps great down at 9 up at 5 I'll take it! we still swaddle him though.

Ive been working through some pretty serious PPD issues as well. my midwife suggested evening primrose,fish oil and vitamin b and it is really helping. Thank God

we started the feingold program in my house in July and my three year old is a different person. Im amazed and relieved. I can actually leave the house with him now without anxiety!
So good to hear from you AnneMarie!!
Lots of love and hugs to you and your family~

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Retreat places turn out to be my specialty My mom collects friends with fabulous places! You could easily take the ring and have it appraised or sold and rent a place for the money. Or, my mom's place is always a real option but Dec or January is a rough time to be snowed in in WI and your baby will be very mobile by them so the wood stoves and craziness of an old farm house might drive you nuts! My aunt has a place 10 miles away also that is empty but might be equally challenging!

Buenos Aires is lovely that time of year and US dollars go very far down there!

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does anyone have/use a water mesh sling/pouch for the shower? claire's gettin pretty big for the sink, and maybe i could actually shower more often than on an as-need basis that way ??yathink
I have a mesh sling but don't like it...very itchy.

We do have one of those snug tubs. I just pulled it out of the attick last week and it is working great. I know one step ahead carries it but Target may also, it has been a few years.

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