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Raspberry Sundae wrote: I should add my what's next list here and see if anyone has read any of them smile ... some of them are form recommendations that I got from here but I can't remember which ones they were. You should do that, maybe it would give us all idea's too

I think they all go thru this stage. Just keep reassuring her that you're just doing * and you'll be back in a minute. I find just constantly chatting about what I'm doing as I'm doing it helps to distract my little fella. Or I try to get stuff done when he's in bed if he's extra clingy!

My daughter was a little behind on her speech too. My DH thought she was fine but I was worried. The health nurse organised for us to go to a special play group that would have specialists visit each week and give advice. And then we saw a speech pathologist independent of the group. They also organised a hearing test to make sure all was well there too. I'm pretty sure it was council run or a community based service? Maybe see your Dr/health nurse and they should be able to point you in the right direction, I think it's good to get checked out early, much easier to "fix" at a young age. And remember, all kids develop at different speeds, no two kids are the same

Thanks Mummsy I thought the ending in Leaving time was mind blowing, and I thought lone wolf was a little slow. She seems to really get into the subject she is focusing on, a little too in-depth though on some occasions! I could not get into the one about the heart transplant at all. There were a few books of hers around that time which I just gave up on after a few chapters. And I hate doing that!

steph19 wrote: crochet_mumma wrote: Can I join in? I loved the babysitters club, SVH, Anne of green gables- I actually downloaded all of the Anne books and reread them last year, stayed up late to do that! I've also just read a few of the Billabong series, by an Australian author, Mary Grant Bruce (another childhood book) really hard to get a hold of them though! I don't think I have read many of the books you guys are talking about, I really enjoyed Leaving Time by Jodi Picoult, actually most of her books (especially the earlier ones) I have enjoyed. PS I love you, that was so incredibly sad, a few others by that author were ok too I'm having a total mind blank atm about what books I've read lately hehehehehe I'll have to go put my thinking cap on! Welcome! Of course you can join. The idea I think is just to get lots of recommendations and chat about books. Sounds like you enjoy a bit of chick lit so would probably enjoy a lot of the books many of us menti...

We used a bed rail for my daughter when she moved into a big bed. The other side was up against the wall, she was also a big mover. Once we took the side off she never had any issues, she was a lot older though. You could always pop a mattress or pillow where she falls off so atleast she has a comfy landing? But I think over time she will get used to there not being an edge to hold her in. Good luck with the new little one!

Can I join in? I loved the babysitters club, SVH, Anne of green gables- I actually downloaded all of the Anne books and reread them last year, stayed up late to do that! I've also just read a few of the Billabong series, by an Australian author, Mary Grant Bruce (another childhood book) really hard to get a hold of them though! I don't think I have read many of the books you guys are talking about, I really enjoyed Leaving Time by Jodi Picoult, actually most of her books (especially the earlier ones) I have enjoyed. PS I love you, that was so incredibly sad, a few others by that author were ok too I'm having a total mind blank atm about what books I've read lately hehehehehe I'll have to go put my thinking cap on!

I have an almost 16 month old and he eats: Breakfast-weetbix and puree apple with a cup of milk and sometimes some of my toast! Snacks (morning and afternoon)-yoghurt, fruit, corn thins, custard, a jar of Heinz whatever, occasional plain biscuit Lunch- sandwich or toast, veggie sticks, cheese, leftover dinner if its something he hasn't had before, egg/vegetable slice with fruit as 'dessert' Dinner is whatever we are having/had the night before, or if I am lazy/rushed he will eat plain pasta and frozen veg with cheese sauce (I try to have a few containers of that in the freezer) dessert is either the rest of the fruit (I cut up a few pieces/grapes in the morning and he eats that all day) or sometimes a plain icecream cone

I went thru something so very similar! It was really awful and if I am honest, things are still not great between everyone, which is really sad Its your baby, and while to a degree its their baby too and its super exciting for them, you have to do what you and your husband are comfortable with. I don't really have any advice, just sympathy and an ear if u ever need to whinge. Take care and good luck with the birth of your little baby!

My little guy was similar, he put on an amazing amount of weight in the first 8months of life, but now he has slowed down! You will probably have another check up soon at the health nurse, so talk to them if you are still worried good luck!