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Posted: 28/02/2015 at 07:33
Alcohol abuse does awful things to the brain, esp if not eating properly as well. The nutritional deficiencies caused wreak havoc with the drinkers perception of reality and they do actually believe the fantasies.

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Posted: 27/02/2015 at 08:12
For a lot of kids the hr before bedtime is only time they have to go on tablet/watch TV etc.

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Posted: 27/02/2015 at 08:10
The annoying thing is u can get apps that apply filters to ur screen to turn off blue light in the evening but u can't get one for iPhone/iPad. I had one on my old phone as it was android and it worked quite well just made screen a little pink in the evening. Tablets/phones etc should come with a switch to toggle it on/off imo esp tablets aimed at children.

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Posted: 25/02/2015 at 23:29
Ooooooo she's eating it raw in a smoothie yuck. Think I could eat it if it was cooked like liver & onions but not raw barf

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Posted: 25/02/2015 at 23:27
Love watching all the birth programs but hav no desire for another lol

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Posted: 25/02/2015 at 23:19
I do agree with what the woman said about a natural birth making u feel like ur invincible and can achieve amazing things. I hate the way OBEM is in America with them all lying around with epidurals in hardly noticing they r even giving birth. I think it robs women of that empowerment. Of course sometimes medical intervention is needed but if it's not then it shouldn't b given imho.

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Posted: 25/02/2015 at 23:16
Also delivered placenta without injection again that went fine, came out after about 20 mins I think.

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Posted: 25/02/2015 at 23:14
I chose not to have cord clamped immediately when Camryn was born and went well and meant they plonked Camryn on me and left her instead of carrying off to clean up.

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Posted: 25/02/2015 at 23:12
Watching that too Vixo. I just worried that a rotten placenta would b an infection risk to the baby yeuch

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Posted: 25/02/2015 at 12:25
Does ur Mum live alone JG? Maybe she actually gets a lot out of caring for others even altho it's a huge responsibility. I can see how someone would rather have that 'burden' than feel like they hav no purpose from one day to the other.

((((Camlo))))- my heart goes out to u, so stressful and hard to deal with. Take care of urself and ur family as best u can.

I am sure if any one of u dig back throo ur family tree u will find similar cases to mine with coeliac. My Mum's aunt also miscarried countless children and looking back we hav no doubt she was rhesus +ve ( as my Mum is and several members of her family) and that will b what caused her to lose so many babies. A simple injection nowadays and its fine.
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