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So it turns out that Ruby has hyper-mobility. This is something that I had never heard of until Ruby was diagnosed with it and yet, I found out that it’s something that I also have, although not to the same extent as Ruby. Someone who suffers from hyper-mobility is basically really flexible, there are differing degrees of it…Ruby is super flexible, like rubber. If you go to...
Before I get into this blog post, I just want to stress that I am neither pro-breastfeeding or pro-bottle – I am of the view point of fed is best. The most important thing is that your baby is fed, regardless of whether it’s done by the boob or bottle. Not everyone is able to breastfeed, both mother and sometimes baby too, every circumstance is different. I feel that...
There we were – four days after we had finally gotten to bring our little beauty home – running around the house like lunatics trying to make the place look presentable before the public health nurse arrived to check on Ruby. Myself and Andy both looked like zombies. We were only getting about one and half hours sleep (if we were lucky) between Ruby’s naps. During the day...
There I was, sitting up in my bed with my mam to the left of me and my future mother-in-Law to my right. Ruby was sleeping in her little crib just beside my bed and Andy was down in the cafe getting me a much needed coffee. I remember feeling so utterly and unbelievably tired. I had never felt anything like it before and I couldn’t begin to imagine how I was ever going to...
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I'm just wondering how much other mums spend on their weekly shop? Mine can vary week to week and I buy mostly own brand, but still it creeps up. We are a family of four (with only one income) and the bill can vary from €150-200 and I feel this is a lot. I desperately need to get this bill down but no matter what I do or where I shop it always creeps up. And on top of...
Last updated: 02/09/2013 by AnonMomPost to AnonMomPost's Blog
Filed under: Mums like us
I have 107 days left at 24 weeks pregnant. Every week something about me and my body changes and baby grows a little more. I can feel her little kicks getting stronger everyday and so can daddy! She even has a little pattern now so I look forward to the end of my day when we can bond with her together. There are so many questions I want to ask her but I probably shouldn't...
Last updated: 14/03/2012 by parnellie to parnellie's Blog
Filed under: Pregnancy
In the news this week, it's been reported that over 300 Irish parents have contacted the US organisers of a children’s beauty pageant in a bid to get them to come over to Ireland, and the organisers have confirmed that they will come here in November. There have been very little other details given as they apparently fear media attention. The organisers have said that the...
Last updated: 16/07/2012 by Maximum to Maximum's Blog
Filed under: Kids like ours
Im rheses negative and my partner is not, now iv done a lot of research on this however im looking to know that if i dont have the anti D injection after my baby is born can i have it when i decide to have another baby, im not into having injections that are only for the IF factor or just in case! So if I have a positive baby, can i have the injection say next year if i decide...
Last updated: 24/08/2012 by googlesss to googlesss's Blog
Filed under: Health
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