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Monday Minutes & LO Updates - September 17, 2012
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Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff posted:
Take a minute, check-in and let us know how you and your LO are doing!

Share your LO's Age and Stats -

Any Fun Firsts - What's new and exciting?

Monday Moans - Any new struggles or just something you need to get off your chest?

What are you going to do for yourself this week? Mommy's need ME Time!

Share what you did over the weekend!
Elizabeth
~To be a child is to know the joy of living, To have a child is to know the gift of life.~ Author Unknown
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happymoe responded:
Erika - 3 weeks on Wednesday

She was 3850g when born, 3600g leaving the hospital, and up to 4060g two days after being home. Haven't had a chance to weigh her again. She was 54 1/2cm at birth. She's breastfeeding really well.

I've never seen a baby burp so little and fart so much! I try so hard to get her to burp but she's content to just fart it out later. Well, shart...... there's always something in every diaper, but never a lot. lol

We're working out the kinks in what I can eat and can't eat. Apparently I can't eat dairy, after the all out scream fest two nights ago after eating cheese melted on taco chips. Chocolate is also out, as is all the green veggies and cauliflower. Oh can't forget coffee, coke, or anything with caffeine. I have no idea what I'm going to eat soon....

Mommy time......... LOL

Weekend? Survived. Our two year old is feeling pretty out of sorts, and is really laying on the terrible twos......


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