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Holly's first cloth

by 0_Lisa_0 on Sat Mar 03, 2012 8:36 am
Holly is now 10 days old and I have just put her in a Little Gumnut fitted and Gen-Y wrap. A part of me wishes we had started sooner but I wanted to wait for her stump to come off first which it now has (cord stumps scare me :lol: )
so we will see how today goes and hopefully by the end of the day we will have some idea of what is going to work ...

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23th January 2011

by moonsunstars2 on Sun Jan 23, 2011 9:13 pm
Benny is now 3 years 1 month and 2 weeks ish old :D , he is in playschool now since last term and is now seeming to do fantastically. It was a slow start and has been alot of hard work with non stop talking about it. Finally, last Friday he really joined in. No tears, lots of fun and games with the other children and letting the teacher leave his side for 2 minutes ...

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Rant-free...if possible

by loumo on Wed Jul 06, 2011 12:02 pm
So I still have no water downstairs. Which is making feeding and clothing three kids, one in cloth nappies, somewhat challenging. Toxic chemical didn't work, next step is rodding the standpipe, but as it is full of acid, I need to wait for hubbie to come hold the babbas...

So, while i wait and can't clean or cook, i'm stuck with chilling and knitting. Sad but true :giggle:

in celebratory style,...

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The Birth Story of Imogen Rose

by jules070603 on Sun Apr 26, 2009 7:34 pm
Imogen Rose – Born 22nd April 2009 at 1.48am, weighing 7lb 10.5oz.

For a couple of weeks before my due date of 21st April I had been having increasingly strong braxton hicks and lots of period type pains. As Zach was born at 38 weeks I kept thinking any day now!!!

Zachs birthday on the 19th April came and went and I started thinking about going overdue and what my options would be. On Monday the 20th April I was at the midwife and was offered a sweep which I accepted as I didn’t see why not. The...

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Help the Environment! How Does Practicing Part Time EC Help?

by tribalbaby on Sun Jun 21, 2009 8:31 am
Practicing EC Has a Vast Potential to Reduce Your Environmental Impact On a Daily Basis.

Part time elimination communication (EC) simply reduces all aspects of nappy use while enhancing your observation skills and awareness of the basic physical needs of your baby. This understanding soon expands to other areas of your relationship.

Each day you can start afresh with your baby, striving to skip at least one nappy each day. A basic level of consistency will help your baby...

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