Right at about four months I also started to lose a lot of hair. I awas told it was due to hormones and quite normal. It was said that during pregnancy we don't lose as much hair - you know they say pregnant women's hair is usually full and beautiful - so I guess we make up for it afterwards. I was told I would lose more hair for about the same length of time I was pregnant, which for me was seven months, and that ended up being about true! (I also nursed, but I'm not sure that had anything to do with it or not.)
Hope that at least eases your mind some! Now if you've got bald spots, I'd surely seek more information from your doctor!View Thread
yes, yes, yes, #4 not sure besides word of mouth, No suggestions at this time besides me figuring out how to post on it!
I like the blog, although it does seem to contain a lot of stuff from this site, which is ok for those who don't go to both. (Or me who has posting issues on the blog) It just seems that you have a lot to do posting stuff and maintaining both sites - even though you can cut and paste.View Thread
I have tried several times to post comments on your blog but it won't cooperate. It even prompted me to make my own blog. (Which I've thought about, but that's a different story...) I miss chatting with you! Email some time!
Regarding your post...I'm sorry you had to deal with that before going off to work. And, my LO also has done the crying when I pick her up thing - also heartbreaking. I don't leave her often, but when I do it's with MIL and she loves it there. Thankfully she only fusses a short time before she crashes in the car on the way home! (Her 3y/o cousin lives there and they play hard the entire time she's there, which means LO sleeps great for her nap and bed time that night!)View Thread
LOL, my first thought was duct tape!!! I've actually heard of someone doing this too! You could also try putting it on backwards! Or put panties on over the diaper. (I do this with LO when she wears a dress without the little panties that come with it.)View Thread