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Thread: Rough night made easier :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by amma
    Baby is just starting to prepare you for the sleep deprivation you will be experiencing after he/she is born :wink: :lol::lol:
    That's what I was thinking when I first read her post :lol:

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    Oh, I remember those nights well.........glad the board was here for you. Congrats on the baby!!!!! :)

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    Congrats on the little one to come!!!

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    Glad that we could be of some help and congratulations on the baby. We'll be waiting for pictures.


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    Quote Originally Posted by amma
    Baby is just starting to prepare you for the sleep deprivation you will be experiencing after he/she is born :wink: :lol::lol:
    Mine was around 9 or 10 before I ever slept through an entire night without getting up to check on her at least once.

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    You need to get your sleep now, there will not be much after baby gets here. Glad the board helped.

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    Hope you are feeling much better now. Do you know what the baby is yet or do you not want to know.Babies are so precious. My wife and I fostered over 225 newborns in 12 years and loved it. Our son and daughter were 5 and 8 when we started and loved the all the babies too. My daughter
    (soon to be Dr) is now Director of a adoption and homestudy organizaton here in Kentucky.

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    Hope it's better today! Take a nap every chance you get!

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    Quote Originally Posted by grammyp
    Sorry you couldn't rest, but hope you are feeling better today. Did you get any snow? We are watching it snow again today, so peaceful.
    I took a nap this morning before Mass so all is well on the home front :)

    There is no snow in Lousiana ... but my in-laws did send me a picture of their house COVERED in snow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim
    Hope you are feeling much better now. Do you know what the baby is yet or do you not want to know.Babies are so precious. My wife and I fostered over 225 newborns in 12 years and loved it. Our son and daughter were 5 and 8 when we started and loved the all the babies too. My daughter
    (soon to be Dr) is now Director of a adoption and homestudy organizaton here in Kentucky.
    I am feeling better ... thank you! We are having a little girl - Layton Josephine (Jo) who should arrive around March 20th :)

    The funny thing is ... she only moved for a few minutes during the hour and a half that I was up :) She moves ALL THE TIME during the day and then again between 10 and 12 at night :)

    Today will be a peanut butter toast kinda day though lol

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