- Nov 27, 2010
MP, I missed your post! Ev is adorable - love his cheeks too! So cute. I am so happy to hear things are getting better.
Pricescope Upgrade/Maintenance Is Complete.
We stil have a few things to iron out. If you see any bugs, issues or have any concerns, let us know here in this discussion.
We've got the Snugabunny and wouldn't trade it for anything. It folds up to a manageable size. We have only folded it up once- we use it every day.lulu66 said:hi all! quick question re: baby swings. we received the fisher price snugabunny swing as a gift. while I appreciate the gesture & have been told babies *love* swings, I'm afraid it's just a little large for our living space. has anyone used this swing? does it fold small enough & easy enough to put away between uses? I'm considering returning/exchanging it, possibly for a more portable style swing. what swing do you have? would you recommend it?
Ours is in the living room. We also look like we live in a baby store...but I figured I'd rather have too much stuff than not have something that will make my life easier.lulu66|1357135978|3345388 said:ok, you ladies are encouraging me to just keep the snugabunny swing that was gifted to me it will fit in our house; but it will just look like we live in a baby store what room did you set yours up in?
Awwww thank you, friend! Yes, both of the boys still have blue eyes. I'm hoping that E gets to keep his (they really suit him) and that if M's change that he gets my green eyes. O has DH's brown eyes so I think it'd be cool to have one of eachSkippy|1357247644|3346626 said:Kunzite, does Miles have blue eyes? aww they are so cute! oh and no one understands how tough twins can be; I can empathize, you should post more pics. I love seeing your boys!
I had my last appointment today. The therapist was happy enough with my progress. In equally good news, I only have one spot on my abs that are still separated. Can't wait to have my body back!bobbin said:AMC: Sorry about AF. Is PT helping so far with your pelvic floor? I know how frustrating it can be. I hope B's surgical appt goes well.
We might! Have a consult with the surgeon next week.blondebunny said:Has anyone's son had an inguinal hernia? We thought it was just a hydrocele but went to ER today and they confirmed it was a hernia with some hydrocele as well... We were waiting to see a pediatric urologist but they couldn't find him and of course he called right after they discharged us and is going to squeeze us in tomorrow but everything I read says you have to do minor surgery to fix it and I'm freaking out chase doesn't seem to be in any pain from it but I still feel so bad for him and am in tears thinking about him having to need surgery
Eh, last night he was up at 1am and 4am. Yawn.lliang_chi|1357265624|3346870 said:AMC, holy cow, 50 oz is some SERIOUS BUSINESS! Can you imagine if you were still BFing? I'd be like Congrats on the great sleeps though. Ethan regressed after getting sick and now I think he's teething like some SERIOUS BUSINESS because he keeps waking every 30 mins or so.
O's started changing quite early. They were a really dark blue/gray to begin with so I was sure from the beginning they would change. My eyes didn't change until I was 4. Nobody believes me but I have the pictures to prove it! My BFF's DS had the same thing happen, he had the most beautiful light blue eyes until they suddenly changed at 3! So even though I'm hopeful one of the twins will stay blue, I'm not going to feel sure of it until they go to kindergartenamc80|1357249160|3346643 said:To add to the eye color discussion, for those with older babies/kids, when did their eye color settle? B's haven't changed much. They are still slate blue, perhaps lightening up a bit.
I'd love to hear them! I think I could use some tips. I'm drowning most days!pavelover|1357317285|3347209 said:Just barging in to say the babies are SOOOOOOOO darn cute here, seriously.
Kunzite I appreciate your honesty. The babies look great! Keep up the good work. Met a mom with 7 year old twin girls, she gave me some good tips. Her kids are reverse though- twins first then singleton.
I believe you. I had blue eyes until I was 8.Kunzite said:O's started changing quite early. They were a really dark blue/gray to begin with so I was sure from the beginning they would change. My eyes didn't change until I was 4. Nobody believes me but I have the pictures to prove it! My BFF's DS had the same thing happen, he had the most beautiful light blue eyes until they suddenly changed at 3! So even though I'm hopeful one of the twins will stay blue, I'm not going to feel sure of it until they go to kindergarten
I'd love to hear them! I think I could use some tips. I'm drowning most days!