How do you get going again after pregnancy?
Does this work at all?
Great news JT, onwards and upwards !
oh TT - your poor mum. that sounds just too awful
JG's link worked - mad mad mad, camlo!
J seems to be better today. has eaten and was overjoyed at lunchtime to do a 'goodie poo'. there was much shouting and whooping from the toilet and when i looked in, he was sitting on the throne with a big huge grin on his face!
i took him to rugby this morning. first time i have taken him. as CC described, my son was the one doing little skips and hops when the ball came in his direction. they were doing lots of drills and throwing the ball to each other. every time someone ran towards him and it was his turn to catch, he would do an excited little skip. it was soooo sweet.
i am also ROFL at vagina / lasagne.
right - time for bed. have worked all evening since i got the kids in bed. still trying to catch up on sleep after the vom-fest earlier in the week!
no!! don't stop there!
Great report TT. Yes, he was 8oz heavier than Leila and she had 4 more weeks of cooking. Glad you are all well and happy. My turn next...
TT, your poor Mum. I really hope things get better for you all.
JT, great news on the peak flow etc.
Hot sounds good Hoggle right now, I hope the weather sticks for your sisters wedding. Or gets a bit cooler but sunny.
Brilliant pictures Camlo. You are mad. And madder to be considering entering again.
Congrats TT on a great race report a new PB to have got to 4cm surely? I think if you have no reason to opt for a c-section you just have to grin and bear the natural labour - helps if you want it as well of course! It is strange to have 2 children and such a palava leaving the house in particular but you do get used to it, I promise! We are now at the stage of Sophie and Nicky playing quite well together (and squabbling!) and not requiring so much supervision, and Nicky starting to walk everywhere so we don't need the pram all the time anymore. Hope you are taking it easy as best you can .
Can someone recommend a good cycle helmet for a 4 yr old? You may have seen on FB that Matilda can now ride her bike Proud mummy moment. We took the pedals off about a month ago and got her to realise that stabilisers were a hindrance rather than a help, so she used it as a balance bike. Then we put the pedals back on yesterday and voila! So as a reward we promised a new helmet - the one she currently has needs to be passed down to E anyway.
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