I agree they won't be missed.
Type: Posts; User: Bridget
I agree they won't be missed.
My son is 3.5 and have very small for his age. He is highly offended by the word "baby". Whenever I tell people how hold he is, they comment on how tiny he is and I say, in a light manner, oh he does...
Her patience is seriously astounding. I'd have laid us all on the floor and probably just go to sleep with them! Lol
I'm so sorry. I cannot imagine how scared you must be. And poor Erin:(
are they sending her home?
Omg. It sounds like her coworkers reacted quickly. Please, keep us posted. Where is dh?
Oh my. It must be hard to be waiting for news. Keeping Erin in my thoughts. You doing ok?
I use soap nuts now! Boil them to make a liquid and add essential oils.
Let me ask you this. Do you often complain about housework to your kids or in front of your kids? I'm not trying to be critical because I am sure we've all done it. But I can say from experience that...
I understand your frustration. I often feel burnt out on cleaning and overwhelmed by messes. How old are your kids again?
Absolutely together and, yes, I usually do most of it simply because I move faster and don't get distracted. I have to keep reminding my 7 yo ds and give him very specific jobs but he's helpful. My 8...
Very interesting! I would bet there were less behavior issues for sure. Arbitrary rules become power struggles between adults and children. I can imagine a much more harmonious environment! I love...
How's this? Last night we had popcorn with brewers yeast, avacado with soy sauce, granola and yogurt. Dinner:)
Could be a little of everything. Her missing her dad, possible speech delay, just generally being a two year old.
An hour long tantrum is really long. That is a lot of stress for her little body and...
I do that a lot, actually! If it's just me and the kids and they rarely have big appetites at night. It just makes no sense to cook a big meal they will only pick at.
How are you today, Am?
You are getting great advice here. I don't have much to add except another voice saying the newborn stage is really intense and it will change once everyone eases into their new roles in the...
How big is your yard? We have a large deck and if we strategically place fans around, the Mosquitos don't stand a chance. One of my dad's old tricks.
I took antibiotics the first time I had it. I let it go too long when I had my first because I'd never even heard of mastitis. I called the online nurse and she said it was just the flu and not to...
I ate a ton of garlic when I had mastitis. I chopped the clove up and swallowed it like a pill. They say it makes the baby nurse more too because they like the taste. But I really have no idea how...
I hope you feel better soon! Mastitis is just awful!!
I'm so sorry, Am. It does sound like depression. That lack of desire to do anything is definitely a red flag. Can you see your dr? Are you taking vitamins? I also agree that while it sounds like you...
I'm sorry I misunderstood the question.
I really think leave both and see what she takes better.
I would definitely leave a bottle just in case. It would be awful if she wanted to eat and was inconsolable.