OMG... that is so crazy! My job is the same way now! I can see the board, and read the original discussion (if I choose to see all discussions) and I can see the latest reply (if I push what's happening now) But if I click on any of the posts, my job blocked it! WTH?!?View Thread
I don't have a specific time for trying again. I told DH that we should wait until we buy a house to start for another one. DS came at a time when we had a lot going on- DH just graduated from college in August. I graduated from college on 12/19, while DS was born on 12/1! So yes, I was 9 months pregnant while doing a full-time student teaching internship AND working at my regular job. Right now we live comfortably in a two-bedroom apartment. So hopefully in the next year or so we can buy a house, get stable jobs, and then try for another one. I am looking forward to having a nice relaxing pregnancy this time- not running around like a chicken with its head cut off! (I was literally finishing my professional portfolio in the hospital bed minutes before I had to go back for my c-section.)
James is 3 months now, and i have given him a bath everyday since 6 weeks only because it is part of our nightime routine, and if I don't he will never go to sleep! I only wash him with soap every other day to avoid his skin drying out. On the days i don't wash him, i just put him in the water and let him splash around for about ten minutes. I also put a little baby oil in the water EVERY NIGHT, and that really helps with the dry skin.View Thread
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