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My 8 month old son has so many toys, size 1 clothes and books!! So for his 1st birthday I was thinking of doing a wishing well, but if people still wish to buy gifts I wont make a fuss.. Is it rude to do this for a first birthday??

Trying to decide on some things to buy but that are worth it

I've decided I need ice-cream! I'm not a big ice-cream fan BUT when I'm pregnant I find I crave it! So I'm going with vanilla ice-cream, chocolate topping, sprinkles and those mini marshmallows OH YEAH! I ended up having left over beef & veggie soup so don't feel too bad about indulging with dessert

Win a fantastic Huggies Art Desk that your creative tot will love! All you need to do is answer our weekly question to WIN! 5th February Do you have your dream home perfectly planned in your imagination? Get creative with us this week and tell us; If you had the opportunity to renovate ONE room in your house, which one would it be and why? By answering this Weekly Question in the Huggies Forum, you have the chance to win a Huggies Art Desk … and remember the judges are looking for the most creative response We will select 1 winning entry every week. What do you need to do? 1. You will need to join the Huggies Club or sign in if you are already a member. 2. Each week, the Huggies Moderators will post a few questions in the Fun & Games section 3. Post a reply to the weekly question for your chance to win. Huggies Moderators

Hi there all, I am currently 16 weeks pregnant with my first child. I am 22 yo and working in retail (with a lot of grown women) My problem is, daily my body and its changes seems to be the hot topic. A very common comment i am receiving is "my, your breast are huge", "your boobs are so big, they must be so uncomfortable". etc Another focal point in conversation is the fact that I am 22 yo, pregnant and not married. I constantly feel judged by these women who ask "are you going to get married before the baby comes", "most women like to be married before they bring a baby into their lives". I am at the point now where i am tired of laughing it off because it just plain hurts. The worst thing is nothing is off limits for these women to ask or comment on. I dread going to work each morning as I have no idea whats going to be said next. Has anyone else experienced this in their workplace? How did you overcome it or resolve the issue? what...

Win a fantastic Huggies Art Desk that your creative tot will love! All you need to do is answer our weekly question to WIN! 15th January Travelling with kids can sometimes be challenging. So this week we’d like you to tell us; What is your top tip for travelling with small children? By answering this Weekly Question in the Huggies Forum, you have the chance to win a Huggies Art Desk … and remember the judges are looking for the most creative response We will select 1 winning entry every week. What do you need to do? 1. You will need to join the Huggies Club or sign in if you are already a member. 2. Each week, the Huggies Moderators will post a few questions in the Fun & Games section 3. Post a reply to the weekly question for your chance to win. For full details and terms and conditions of this promotion, just access the link. Huggies Moderators

Hi ladies- bit of a downer post from me today Does it get better? Dd is 3.5 yrs old and I'm just hating it all- the struggle that everything is, she wants to go against me on everything- nothing is easy anymore and it feels like everything's a battle and I can't see light at the end of the tunnel. It makes it harder cos ds is at that beautiful age so most things he does are gorgeous (he's a rat bag sometimes but so was dd and it was fine when she was 20months old) so I'm feeling like I'm being really unfair Does motherhood get better?? We really want number three as we both wanted a bigger family but now I'm questioning if motherhood is for me at all and if I'm not cut out to be a mum obviously it's not fair to have anymore

Hi Ladies Just wondering has anyone be precribed Diabex XR during their pregnancy? I had my 28 weeks glucose chanllenge test done and my OB told me that I got the gestation diabetes. I've been on diet for 2 weeks but in the morning my glucose level is still little high so my OB precrible me Diabex XR, 2 tables at night with dinner. Did a bit of research and some website says Diabex XR is not suitable during pregnancy ??

Me and my partner have been together 5 years and engaged for 1 year we have 2 boys together a 4 year old and a 7 month old. Our 4 year old wasn't planned, we were only going out for 2 months when I found out I was pregnant I was so scared he was going to leave me but instead he supported me threw the whole thing we moved into together and things were going good until bubs came along and it all went down hill from there and he started to reject me when it came to having sex I felt like he didn't love me anymore. It was always our argument and no matter how hard I tried nothing worked. So after having a huge fight over it I packed up everything and left and me bubs went and lived with my mum and dad , after relishing what he had and what was now gone he promised me he would change and he was sorry for making me feel this way, so I took him back and I moved my stuff back in and things went great after a couple of years we decided to have another baby, we were so excited and t...

Hi all, I'm 24 weeks pregnant, due April 22. At our 12 week scan we got told we had a 1:70 risk of a chromosomal abnormality. This was mostly down to a nuchal measurement of 3.51. We had an amnio and after weeks of worry and anxiety were told she was fine. The 20 week scan was normal and then the obstetrician got us to do a 24 week heart scan just to be totally sure all was ok. We were under the impression it was just a matter of ticking the boxes so were pretty shocked when they told us they couldn't see the septum dividing the top two chambers of her heart. So now we are waiting to see further specialist in wellington. After all that worry over the increased risk and the amnio it feels hard to be back in the worry mode. I wondered if anyone else had any experience with congenital heart conditions and could share their experiences. Thanks! Tessa