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Saturday rant

First I would like to say I think that the job of a 3 year old is to make the biggest mess possible ANY WHERE we might be and to know when mommy and daddy are extra tired and push every button we have!!!! I LOVE my little boy with my entire heart BUT there are some days if he were an adult I would be swearing at him!! LOL

Second I have never had such an issues pooping not during my last pregnancy not even after delivery....I spend 45 minutes pushing out the hardest biggest turd EVER (sorry if that's too gross) I bought stool softener today...for the first time ever OMG!!!

This pregnancy is 100% different then my last one. It's weird it's like I have never been pregnant before because I can't guess what is going to happen next

Thank you Saturday rant over!! Smile

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I know how you feel. Age 3 was the toughest year for me, but the mess never goes away. Not until age 7 are we doing something about it.

I can also relate to the pooping issue, but be careful, it has lead to some awful hems. Now pooping with hems makes it all more the difficult. Boo!!

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I have never had hemorrhoids before...I'm scared....LOL Sad I have heard how horrible they are. The way this pregnancy is going so far I'm sure I will get them before I'm done.

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My doctor ok'ed that I use a suppository once a week. I use Fleet's. I don't go all that often anyways, that's how it's always been. I go probably twice a week. It's been easier during the 2nd trimester but I don't expect it to last too long. LOL It just sucks constantly having pain after every bowel movement. The one thing I'm most scared of during labor and delivery is my hems!! Isn't that just sad?!?!?

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Girls!!! I am SO on your page with this one. I had a HORRIBLE experience I won't even go into details about, but long story short it was worse then both deliveries of my boys. I have been loading up on the fruits and veggies and water, in hopes of some natural relief. But I agree, WAY too much work for such little result.

I hear you on the 3 yo as well. Mine will be three in July and we are attempting potty training with NO result. He just does NOT understand the concept at ALL. I refuse to let him be in diapers when the baby arrives, but OMG this is terrible!!

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I tried to toilet train Jack. He was so on board no more diapers just big boy underwear. Well we are back in diapers now...:( What ended up happening was he would either hold his pee all day until a diaper went on him for naps and bed time or he would spite pee. So he would sit on the toilet for a while then get up and pee on the carpet.. no matter how long he was on the toilet for. He has recently expressed an interest in wearing his underwear over his diaper and he will tell us when he is wet or pooped...some times he will tell me has to poop but not enough for me to want to lose the diaper again. I would like to try and get him toilet trained before Oct BUT I don't want him to train to close to Oct as he will probably regress once the baby is here. The only saving grace is he won't go to Kindergarten until he is 4.5 so NEXT September. I have lot's of time to work on it.

Good luck Lyndee

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Good Luck to both!! Treats helped with my son. May be something to try. Like an M&M or two.