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    Originally Posted by Butterfly~Wrists
    I've been awake since 5ish, took over an hour to get baby back to sleep after her feeding and fussing for an hour. She was sound asleep 20 min before I decided I might as well get some chores done. She woke her daddy up 10 min after I left and wouldn't settle, he tried for 30 min bless him. She's got a leap coming up and I'm pretty sure she's going through another growth spurt.. she's coming up to 12 weeks. Where has the time gone??
    Sounds completely normal for an infant! Sorry it's so hard on you guys!

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    Originally Posted by Batya33
    Sounds completely normal for an infant! Sorry it's so hard on you guys!
    Oh it is, she spoilt me with good sleeping and calmness in mornings until recently lol! Just need to learn and adapt. We went for a walk earlier, one of the cars decided I was walking him, he made 3 cars stop (no sidewalk), managed to get him home and in house so we could continue our walk.

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    I think I'm about to have my first period.. damnit I was going to be one I'd those lucky ones who'd go without periods for much longer..
    I wonder if it's playing a part in her fussing at boob and not sleeping as will?

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    I got my period back at 6 weeks. 😣

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    Mine was about 8 weeks but unlike you I had the pleasure of getting my blood drawn every 4 weeks because of my postpartum stroke (from which I fully recovered) - doc had to keep making sure my blood thinner meds were the right strength.

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    I'm glad your stroke didn't have any long lasting effects!
    I had to have bp checked a few times as I developed pre eclampsia. I've just had some bad news, and feeling rubbish extremely upset and baby is also upset. Why does fiance have to be in office today! 😭

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    Originally Posted by Butterfly~Wrists
    I'm glad your stroke didn't have any long lasting effects!
    I had to have bp checked a few times as I developed pre eclampsia. I've just had some bad news, and feeling rubbish extremely upset and baby is also upset. Why does fiance have to be in office today! 😭
    Sorry !! Yes -complete recovery as far as I can tell. I know solo parenting can be so hard!

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    How has it been 12 weeks since I had you baby! You've been born into a crazy world, unable to properly meet family. You're so amazing, mummy loves you so much <3

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    Every time I start to fall asleep it's sleep paralysis and nightmares. Really hard to drag myself out if sleep paralysis as can barely move one finger. Ugh 2.5 hours sleep. Boobs are rather hard and baby is sleeping, I've tried dream feeding but she's having none of i. 😔

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    Today is gonna be one extremely long day 😭
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