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    Mrsg2b2011

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    Did he let you watch four weddings? Bet he is still in bed isn't he? :D xxx
     
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    Nope didn't watch four weddings in the end, might watch it a little later actually. Funnily enough he has to get up when Spence gets home after his night shift, approx 8am, because I can't lift him into his wheelchair until my stomach heals more. Normally he'd stay in bed till at least 11am, if not later!! Lazy sod, that's the life! Give Ryan 10 years and you'll be able to have lie-ins again!!!
     
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    LOL lay-in??? Whats one of them then ha ha been too long!!! Must admit some mornings if I am not on here or doing ironing I sometimes sneak upstairs & catch a couple of hours of zzz while Ryan is :angry: aaah bliss xxx
     
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    I don't blame you one bit. When Jakob was a baby I had to go back to work full-time, working shifts. The annoying thing is Jakes' sleep pattern was perfect from day one. He slept from 8pm till 7.30am each night, think I only had to get up with him about 5 times in all, I know, most of you guys are making plans to kill me at this point aren't you!!!! I used to have to work 11.30pm til 7am four nights a week so would grab a nap when he slept in the afternoon then from 8pm-10.30pm each night, I was constantly knackered so his good sleep pattern didn't really matter if that makes sense..it would have been fine if I was working 9-5!
     
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    Typical!! Think that is always the way yet if you had of worked 9-5 he wouldn't have slept through the night!!! He was a really good sleeper though wasn't he!! Ryan started sleeping through from about 10 weeks I think but he only really used to wake once in the night anyway so I handled it ok. Its if he wakes during the night now that I struggle, he usually just has a cuddle & settles back down but I struggle to go back to sleep afterwards so end up feeling rough in the morning!!
    Bet when I have another baby it will be a nightmare come nighttime!! One good & one bad lol. My sis's little girl is same age as Ryan and still wakes every night & has to be fed back off to sleep! My sis is expecting again so hopefully she will start sleeping through before next one is born next January!!! :D xxx
     
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    I've just ordered the wooden lettering to go on my sweetie table!
    Everyone will be greeted with the phrase "waffer thin mint?" a la monty Python!
    I just wish I could afford to do another batch. After Doctor Who on Saturday, I'm thinking I could have the Monty Python quote for the buffet, and for the candy buffet I could have "Hello Sweetie!"
     
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    Abi was a nightmare until we put her on formula at 2 weeks old. One night before we put her on formula she had her bath as usual and she would have a 20min fed then i would burped her put her down and five seconds later she wanted more milk this went on from 8pm until 5am with the very occasional nappy change. H2b felt terrible because he couldnt do anything to help and i was in a right mess by the end of the night i just want to curl up in the corner and make it all go away but i couldnt because Abi was screaming for more milk. At about six weeks just in time for christmas i had my first full nights sleep since i was eight months pregnant. Yet we still love our kids no matter what they do.
     
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    Oooh Frogbitch I am loving the monty python there!! Where did you get them done? They sound wicked. We must see pics when they arrive :lol: xxx

    Dani, kids are such hard work aren't they still have to love them especailly when they give you a gorgeous kiss cuddle & heart melting giggle :) xxx
     
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    I loved that bit! Hello Sweetie is an awesome idea. Just don't use Mr Creosote from Monty Python LOL
     
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    To all you Alice in Wonderland brides, I just typed "eat me" into e-bay and couldn't believe how much came up!
    Is this old news?
    I was actually looking for stickers. I saw them in a magazine, but didn't fancy trawling through 20 mags to find them. Can anyone remember seeing them?
     
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    Fanbloodytastic. That is brilliant, well done you two!
     
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    Couldn't put it better myself!
     
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    Yay!!!! :) :D :D xxx
     
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    WAY HEY[​IMG]
     
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    Sounds like an amazing day you will have! great stuff! I might have to be a wedding crasher!
    xxx
     
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    Frogbitch

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    :D Well, I'm getting married at Rhinefield House, and I know you know where that is!
    I'm also having two stormtroopers as doormen.
     
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    That is so cool! they will be fighting to be your wedding coordinator on the day! hee hee!
     
    FlowerCo, Jul 14, 2010
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