Pregnancy & Birth Clubs <
01/04/2015 at 11:45
How are you both my tri buddies? Hope O and H are well
01/04/2015 at 12:35
Hey JJ! Lovely to hear from you! How are you 2 getting on? All good here. Henry is 15 weeks and is a lovely, smiley, playful boy...who also has his moments!! Feel like it is so much easier than the crazy newborn days now. TT still not totally resolved so feeding takes a super long time and we are topping up with formula.
01/04/2015 at 16:22
Hey! We are fab, little miss is a bit poorly today, but on the whole we have settled in to a little routine with each other. I have performed an emergency nappy change in the back seat of the car (go me!) and accidentally bumped her head on a door (felt awful!) so feel like I'm officially a mum now. Feeding is going great and she's an absolute chunk, and I finally started my healthy eating plan on Monday, and heading back to the gym as of next week. She has her occasional meltdowns but they're almost always sleep related, she's a nosy little minx who doesn't sleep when sleepy! Glad to hear you're doing well Rio, hoping the TT continues to improve. How are you doing JJ?
01/04/2015 at 19:38
Hi ladies :)
Rio - sorry to hear the TT isn't fully resolved - have you had it re-snipped? Is that an option? I know what you mean about the crazy newborn days, everything seems a lot more manageable now!
Saffron - oops, well they say you're not a mummy till you've injured your child in some way and feel guilty about it even though they're fine haha
As for us - M is now 3 months old today! Not quite sure where the time has gone to be honest. He's now very smiley and totally nosey, loves all his surroundings which distract him from anything lolol He doesn't nap brilliantly if you're at home - 45 mins maximum. But if you're out and about he can nap for up to 3hrs if he really fancies it! Night time sleep however is great, managing 12hrs straight the last 3 weeks (not bragging as the dreaded sleep regression is due anytime soon so no doubt it'll go completely up theSpout) so day time rubbish sleeps are more manageable when I,m not sleepy myself!!. Still breast feeding although having our issues, still fighting the dreaded thrush and have had 2 courses of fluconazole so far doesn't seem to be bothering him though as he's nice and chunky, almost double his birth weight already. Been having a few post-labour related bowel issues (won't go into TMI) but these are resolving slowly too.
Also started healthy eating this week (using MFP to help me!) but managed to sneak a slice of cake when having coffee with friends the other day because of the extra calories breast feeding burns lol we're going to a couple of groups per week and in the next few weeks we're about to start swimming and a short baby massage course.....think he'll love swimming, he seems very at home in the bath!
02/04/2015 at 15:57
Glad to hear all going well ladies! X
04/04/2015 at 23:05
We are the opposite JJ, she will nap for hours at home but is too nosy outside! Good going on the sleep front, that's fab! We are co-sleeping so night wakes are brief, i love it so much, I've really surprised myself, but I struggle to sleep without her snuggled in to me now. Baby massage and swimming are both huge hits here, I'm sure they will be for you too.
04/04/2015 at 23:07
I'm on MFP too, add me, I'm MellowYellow2015
Continues below ad
with our partner Childcare.co.uk
Nice to see you! Please do nose around, sign up and join in.