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Old 09-18-2010, 01:39 AM   #2
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oh my... after reading that article, I don't ever want to serve milk again. Gotta read more though...
I felt like that too but then I like milk and I dont have any digestive issues when I eat/drink milk so I dont think I'll stop.

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Janine I know you have gone to bed. One day of milk will not hurt Fynn or you nursing relationship. Pump what you can and he will be OK. MH started on table milk at 3 weeks shy of a year because I went back to work after Christmas break and just could not face my pump one more time. She has no milk issues and obviously at 32 months is still a nursing fool.
Thanks Jen, That really helped.

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MH is obsessed with reading lately She points to the pictures and tells us a story and we are always someone on the page.
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Janine I'd do goat's milk..... in the US they wont age adjust for a 36 weeker right or wrong. They wouldnt even age adjust on ds2 for weight or growth charts at 1 week or 1 month let alone 1 year. Goat's milk is supposed to be a better liquid to wean to than most other things if you are looking for a mother's milk replacement, which i know you arent - you are just looking for something for one day
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We just bought a new (used) car!

We sold our Honda Fit to my MIL and sized up to a Mitsubishi Outlander. It's not a minivan and it's more a crossover than an SUV. And, we made money because we got a good deal on the Outlander. Negotiating and paying in cash.

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Watching Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. Can I tell you how much I miss hamburgers?? And onion rings?? Sigh. 40 days without eggs, dairy, peanuts, bread, gluten, flour, coffee, sugar... I am clearly insane.
You are doing great! You have so many things you can eat without issue. That is fantastic!!!! Not long and you'll have the answer. I am totally in awe of your determination and ability to stick to it.

Keep at it Mel, you are nearly there!!!
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WOTB: Fynn's brand new snuggle pants....that's a manly rainbow
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nice picture Janine

up having some tea to sooth my throat and chest
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Cute pic Janine!

Jen (or are you Jen-with-two-n's? I used to know this and just realized the other day I had forgotten...)!

Watching the Scholastic dinosaur storytime DVD. E has convinced me that he now like the Bullseye (fried egg in a a circular cut-out of bread)... If we all remember, I have made this for him three times, and each time, he has had one bite and the decided he DOESN'T like it. I like to accommodate, but I think that today breakfast will be made with a caveat requiring him to finish it.

I am probably making a mistake!
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Old 09-18-2010, 05:57 AM   #6
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Morning Ru!

I LOVE LOVE the manly rainbow. Love it. Maybe I will start making recycled wool again. I'm so scared we will ruin all his real wool, we've ruined three soakers already. I cannot keep them out of the hamper, and I don't know who is putting them in there.

Ru, hopefully he likes it. I'm getting to the point I MAKE my kids eat half of everything, even if they say they don't like it. I'm not a short order cook, and if they had their way they'd eat the same few things over and over. Letting them just be hungry is not an option, Rosie doesn't have a hunger impulse and Ginger doesn't associate hunger with eating. Got it from me, I'm afraid. Ian's the only one with a normal appetite response.
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Ugh. DH is a PITA today. IDK what his deal is.
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Good morning!

Not much planned here today. We are just getting some things done around the house. We may hit some of the garage sales/estate sales in the area. I need to return some things to Kohl's (I'll go to a different one, so I can see if they have anything different in their maternity section).

Cute pic, Janine!
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he like it Ru

We have to do the same thing here Cheryl. They would live on sausages and chips with the odd day of spaghetti bolognese if we let them.

I'm making quizillas today....what do you call them? the wraps filled with cheese and stuff, cooked in the pan and cut into triangles.
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Thank you for the encouragement, Cheryl! He seems to be doing better with it this time. I did the egg harder, which I think helps.
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