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@mama2toby , I'm sorry that your mom had to leave before you had your baby (and that you're still waiting on your baby!). I'm glad my mom came out to help with the older kids, but for some reason I don't feel comfortable with her being in the delivery room (she wasn't). But that's just my preference.


@cagnew , I'm sorry to hear your baby is sick. In your position, I would probably give him immediately pumped milk to give him all the pre and probiotics that would be in it (before refrigeration or freezing). We have all had this stupid nasal thing, like a mild cold, for the past week. Everyone in the house this time, which is very rare that we ALL have the same thing at the same time, and the baby has been fine. No stuffy nose like the rest of us. I'm just crossing my fingers and praying at this point, because yes, it is SOO scary to have a new baby that's sick. I hope your little guy gets better soon.

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I have my 41 week appt at the clinic tomorrow. Maybe they'll strip my membranes? Never had to think about doing that before, I guess I'll have to research it a little today. The only good thing about my mom being gone now, dh and I can try dtd too (we have a super small house with really thin walls lol). I guess soon my midwives will want me to start some herbs and tincture, I'm just so not even into thinking about all this, I just want my body to work and the baby to come when it's ready without all the extra fuss and worry.
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That is too bad about your last DDC, gabeyho! My last DDC was awesome and remained awesome after moving to FB. There has been no political talk on the DDC page at all...

The group will likely be 'closed' while people join (24-48 hours) and then changed to 'secret' after that. When a group is 'secret,' no one can see you are in the group, no one can see your posts in the group and no one can see pictures you post to the group. If you would prefer to not join until it is 'secret' you can message me your email and I can invite you that way.

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So...DS has had a fever since yesterday, bit of a cough and some stuffiness. Now the baby has a flat, lacy rash all over his body, everywhere but his face.

He's otherwise fine - eating fine, no fever - so I'm not freaking out and running to the ER yet. I'm just really nervous about it turning to something more serious because he's not even two weeks old.

My mom (an RN) looked him over...it looks like Fifth's or roseola, but both typically come after a fever. DS had a viral rash ages ago that looked kind of like this, so I wonder if the baby just got a touch of the virus that DS has and is only outwardly symptomatic with a rash...? I'm pretty sure it isn't a simple detergent issue; we haven't changed anything recently.

I probably won't sleep much tonight and will probably obsessively check his temp even if he doesn't feel hot. Joys of parenting!


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That is too bad about your last DDC, gabeyho! My last DDC was awesome and remained awesome after moving to FB. There has been no political talk on the DDC page at all...



The group will likely be 'closed' while people join (24-48 hours) and then changed to 'secret' after that. When a group is 'secret,' no one can see you are in the group, no one can see your posts in the group and no one can see pictures you post to the group. If you would prefer to not join until it is 'secret' you can message me your email and I can invite you that way.



Edited to add: Here is a link that explains the different privacy settings on facebook groups.

Overall my last DDC was awesome, and five years later I am still good friends on FB with some of the moms. It just took a little while to work out the kinks last time, I think maybe fb groups weren't as sophisticated as they are now, and to be in the group I think you also had to be friends with everyone in the group, and that was what created the problems last time. Or someone didn't set it up right, I'm not sure. Anyhow, I am all for it with the way it can be set up.

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I am a member of a sensitive group on Facebook and we recently had a conversation about whether or not people could read our posts. It was a closed group, not secret. FB has some weird rules, basically, you can start a group as open, then close it, but once it goes secret you can't turn it back to closed... or something like that. I don't run any groups, so I can't remember exactly, but we eventually agreed that for the most part, even in a closed group 99% of people cannot see any activity. We were all freaking out about it at the time. This was a few months ago.

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@luckiest I'm right there with you! Having a sick newborn is so scary! I will probably be checking Joshua all night too I hope BOTH of our babies get better soon!
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@luckiest , the rash you describe also sounds like it could be hives. Not sure what those would look like in a new baby.

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I finally broke out the baby carrier, and it's working! I'm actually getting stuff done around the house this morning, except that it's sort of like being pregnant again, because I have to watch how I bend over, etc.

I wanted to get the Ergo carrier, but since the local store that sells them doesn't carry Ergo anymore, it was between the Boba and Tula. I went with the Tula because of the resale value. I'm wondering if it's as comfy as the Ergo. The bottom part has padding on the front, but not the back, and the waist part keeps sliding up. Maybe it's just because he's a newborn? He is around 10.5 lbs now and fits pretty snug inside with his legs bunched up instead of hanging out like for toddlers. So far it's good, but not quite as comfy as the Ergo.

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Well, the six year old and the two year old gave croup. The six year old also has a double ear infection. The rest of us just seem to have bad colds. Hoping the baby doesn't get croup!

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@cagnew , I remember when my oldest had croup. He was over a year old, and I wasn't breastfeeding him anymore. I remember they told me to put his head in the freezer for like 30 seconds (or go outside in the winter) because it helps with the cough. That and we did breathing treatments with a nebulizer thing.

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Oh man, lots of sick people in this DDC. Luckiest, how's Gus today? Cagnew, how about your household? Taking care of lots of sick people while sick yourself is so hard. And having a sick newborn is plain scary.

My vomiting returned yesterday, despite taking a Zofran the moment I suspected nausea. I'm not a puker usually, and these episodes are unusually violent and knock me out cold for the day. I hope the doctor appointment is worthwhile tomorrow. I'm afraid I'll throw up when I'm home alone with the kids. I'm pretty sure this isn't viral...and the strep should be dead (if it was that at all). Every time I have a baby there is serious illness before the babe is 2 months old.
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Gus's rash was gone by morning. He was INCREDIBLY a fussy and gassy last night, none of us slept at all until about 3. So frustrating - he would root around furiously but refuse to nurse. He sometimes takes a paci. The gas was keeping him up, then he just got too tired to sleep. It was a mess.

The last couple poops he's had have been a bit green. Not sure if the gas and green poops are nursing related or virus related.

We had him evaluated today for lip and tongue tie; the dentist said it isn't enough to be worth clipping. There's only a millimeter or two there that's clip able, well within range of normal anatomy, and he seems to be elevating his tongue fine. She said she'd do it if I really wanted to, but we agreed to do more CST and really concentrate on getting good, deep latches every time and see where that takes us. If he's still gassy, getting tired while nursing, and having green poops in a couple weeks then I'll have her release the little bit that's there.

I'm really relieved that the rash seems to be the extent of Gus's exposure to whatever his brother had. Newborns with a fever is so scary!


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If it is a closed group the only thing anyone that isn't in the group can see is its members. If it is secret then only the people in the group can even see the group. And the only way to add members is if the creator sends the requests our. Because you cannot find the group..

And oh no to all the sickies going on. I hope everyone feels better soon!!!
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Joshua definitely prefers to sleep on his tummy and I have been letting him. He sleeps in the bassinet part of a pack n play pushed up to my bed so he is right there for me. I'm still freaked out about SIDS. I've been doing some reading and they think cosleeping also is a SIDS risk factor due to bad air circulation. The thing is, this wouldn't stop me from cosleeping if I wanted to, and I wouldn't be freaked out by it at all. So why do I get so nervous about tummy sleeping?

Anyway, one of the tummy theories has to do with off-gassing from the mattress. There aren't many options for organic pack n play mattresses and I don't like the ones I have seen. I was thinks that maybe I could make my own "mattress" with a thin piece of wood wrapped in some blankets to make it soft but firm, and put a waterproof cover over that, followed of course by a sheet. Any opinions on that? Something I might be missing that screams "bad idea!!!"?

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Ugh all these sleep rules! I swear in the hospital a new person every few hours was telling me to never put the baby on his tummy. Then a pediatric specialist of some kind came in and told me I "can't" sleep with the baby under any circumstances when I get home because it's so dangerous etc. etc. and it went on like that for at least 15 minutes.


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@bren94 , just smile and nod and then make your own choices that are best for you and your baby.


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My little girl sleeps in bed with me. She sleeps with her feet up against my belly. So we sort of form a t. A odd shaped t. Haha. But she only sleeps well if she is touching me. And by sleeping this way I feel it's safe because her face isn't near my pillow or light blanket. It really is what is best for you and baby. Everyone is different. Do what feels right for you. That's what I say.
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Yes! Smile and nod.

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I think so often the incessant warnings against cosleeping backfire. It makes moms so petrified to bring their babies into bed, that they end up overtired and do something that actually *is* dangerous, like falling asleep accidentally with the baby in a rocker or recliner or on the couch. Gus must be touching someone to sleep, so we sleep tummy to tummy in bed. Otherwise there would literally be no sleep for either of us!

So I agree - smile and nod, then do what works best for you guys.


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We had a great night. DH moved the couch into our bedroom and slept there so Liam and I had the bed. He slept on his side facing me with his face just below mine. We both slept really soundly and happily! Yay!


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I think so often the incessant warnings against cosleeping backfire. It makes moms so petrified to bring their babies into bed, that they end up overtired and do something that actually *is* dangerous, like falling asleep accidentally with the baby in a rocker or recliner or on the couch. Gus must be touching someone to sleep, so we sleep tummy to tummy in bed. Otherwise there would literally be no sleep for either of us!

So I agree - smile and nod, then do what works best for you guys.


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They actually released a new study that supports what you say here. The "safe" sleep campaigns have led to increases in problems due to couch and chair sleeping. Honestly, would humans have overpopulated the planet if we were so inept at keeping our babies safe through the night? I think not!


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In my reading I found an article that talked about other cultures-like Japan- where a vast majority coslee and their SIDS rates are super low. I think it's fairly obvious that we don't know why babies die of SIDS and it's probably a combo of several thjngs. I read in another place that a large percentage of SIDS babies were shown to have some kind of serotonin deficiency. Hmmm...I would be very interested to know how natural born babies compare to "medical births" with regards to SIDS. This reminds me of a Michael Odent theory about the use of induction/pain meds and the possible connection to certain disorders like autism. Of course, I've had 3 induction/epidural births and my kids are fine so there would have to be another factor there.

Sorry...tangent! Anyway, it's clear we don't understand SIDS and there are so many possible factors that it almost seems silly to demonize thjngs like cosleeping. Five years from now they could start telling us the opposite- don't put babies on their backs! Try to cosleep! Science is always changing...butter is bad...butter is good...you know what I mean. I guess this is a long way of saying: yes! Do what you feel is right! Haha.

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Re: Japan and SIDS-- their SIDS rate dropped when they changed their immunization schedule.
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SIDS talk is no Bueno for my nervous postpartum FTM brain. Yikes.
@Valerie11 I understand the cat thing now. I don't so much want to get rid of mine as much as I want them to stay far away from me and the baby. I locked them out of the bedroom last night and they were so confused lol. They're being good with the baby so far, mostly keeping their distance. Except they keep trying to walk across him like they do with grown humans. My boy cat also started to knead my stomach last night and I yelled so loud. He's wondering where his big round throne went! But anyway. I totally get it.


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@cagnew what about a mattress cover like this one - it says it blocks off gassing and comes in a portable crib size.

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SIDS talk is no Bueno for my nervous postpartum FTM brain. Yikes.

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So now that @mama2toby and @sarahjs have their babies, has every active forum member given birth?


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@Valerie11 I understand the cat thing now. I don't so much want to get rid of mine as much as I want them to stay far away from me and the baby.
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