5 thoughts on “Living Without You”

  1. Lol! I am so broody at the moment, we took Iyla to see her newborn nephew the other day and I kept getting her to kiss his hand in the hope it would make Dad2BabyInsomniac agree that it would be a good time to have another baby. It didn’t work though! X

  2. PEOPLE GIVE THEIR BABIES CALPOL EVERY DAY?? What is WRONG with them?? It’s a medicine! Jeepers, that’s scary.

    As for the dummy, Moo has been weaned off her daytime use of it and only has it at night now, and for naps. I may – occasionally – give in and let her have it, if she’s ill, or teething so badly. But I know it’ll be a headache to get it off her again.

    Stay consistent and keep at it. If you really don’t want him to have it, he’ll get used to not having it soon enough. Though if he starts sucking his thumb… 😉

  3. lol I remember when I brought home A. E was a little over two. The first night she woke crying. Keep in mind for the first month she sounded like a tea kettle at top steam. E started crying too. He was scared. The next night, we just reminded him it was only A. Then it went to him making sure she was okay.

    As for the dummy, I always kept one around until the baby’s were done teething. They always seemed to need it more to chew the heck out of. L sucks his fingers, because of the tongue tie for the first 3mths of life he couldn’t suck on a bottle or a sucky, so he found his fingers. Now that is gonna be tough. I can’t cut off his fingers and throw them away lol

  4. I laughed out loud at the image of a calpol swigging baby with a brown bag, wrong in so many ways! lol! I think some people need to get the concept of Calpol into perspective. My little girl has gone from only having a dummy to sleep to begging for it throughout the day now, feel like I am taking steps backwards, I should probably just try the cold turkey route! x

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