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02/05/2014 at 06:52
Does anyone follow this? Has it been accurate for you?
It seems to be eerily accurate for S and he's currently going through the 29/30 week fussy phase which means he's a blummin misery and cries when I leave the room! Bah!
I've got the app but wondering whether to shell out for the book as he seems to follow it fairly well.
02/05/2014 at 07:55
I've got the app too popcorn and been wondering about the book. Apparently F is in his 2nd WW but I've not noticed anything during the this or the last I must say. I just find it interesting to follow the developmental stages. Would you have time to read it if you did buy it? I love buying books but know at the moment it would probably just gather dust!
02/05/2014 at 08:34
Im not sure to be honest. Yes he has had grumpier moments when hes apparently been in a leap but then other times he doesnt follow it at all. I like looking at what new things he will have learnt afterwards and thats good, he always can do 90% off it, so its reassuring see hes reaching those milestones.
02/05/2014 at 08:59
It's only become noticeable in the last couple of months I think, maybe the last two leaps?
SP I have the time to read it after S has gone to bed, but the mental capacity at that time of day is another thing! Failing that, I have given books on babies + pregnancy to my H to read on the train to work - he can give me the gist when he gets home ;)
02/05/2014 at 15:29
02/05/2014 at 15:56
Ah PW that's not fair at all. Don't these babies know about the calendar?
02/05/2014 at 20:15
02/05/2014 at 21:01
I've got the app and I have to say I've noticed that during WW T doesn't always show the signs they say but I usually notice something going on- usually his sleep goes to pot- and then after he is able to do most of the things on the list. For a couple of quid or whatever the app costs it's worth having just to make sense of why T is grizzling!
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