I have this awful fear of her getting lose from me and running into the street or something. I freaks me out. My other one is losing her in a store or mall or something. I think about it all the time and get all teary eyed when I do.View Thread
OMG...My DD falls ALL THE TIME!! First off she doesn't walk EVER!! She always runs!!! I swear she doesnt know how to slow down. I get so nervous when she falls that she will bang her head or teeth on the concrete.
We always say "Slowly" to her but now as she is running we hear her saying Slowly, slowly but she still runs! HahahahView Thread
I swear since the format change the boards have come to a screeching halt. It used to be that I had to catch up whenever I checked in now it is hardly the case and there are not that many new posts. I miss the olden days of our GOOD webMD Boards!!
Ryannbaby-- My DD has never ever spent the night in her crib!!! She has maybe napped there 5 times. I have one of thoseco-sleepers that attaches to the side of your bed. SHe has been in that since the day she came home from the hospital. After about 4 months we seperated it from our bed and moved it over to the other side of the room. Then when she started pulling up we removed the peice that keeps the bed part up high and now it looks like a P-n-P and she sleeps in that. She is still in our room and if it werent for the fact hat #2 is coming I would not even think of moving her. We only have 2 bedrooms and hers in downstairs. Too far from me!!! We are going to start looking for larger houses with yards soon though.View Thread
The first day is definately the hardest. Dont be afraid to call and check in on her. I called alot that first week or so. Then you will become comfortable it and it becomes easier and easeir. Hang in there!! You are doing great!!!!View Thread
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