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    Hi ladies ,

    I was just stopping by to see how everyone was doing and see who is new on the board. I hope everyone is doing well and enjoying your XL pregnancy.

    My twin boys were born in July and are almost 6 months. Time is going by fast. The first 3 months were rough but it is getting better now. I am starting to enjoy the boys a lot more but I really enjoy the 6 - 9 month faze.
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    DD Izzie Ann born 38w 4d 8/6/09 8lb 1oz
    DS Easton James born 36w 3d 7/11/11 7lb 7oz 19.5"
    DS Ashton Todd born 36w 3d 7/11/11 7lb 0oz 19.5"

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    Hi!!! Things are going well here. We do need to do a check-in soon! I think there are only two of us who are still preggo and active on the board. Hopefully that changes soon.

    I'm so glad you made it through the first six months. Any advice would be greatly, greatly appreciated!
    Meg and Ed - 8/12/06
    Taylor and Avril - 3/5/12 (after 19 cycles + 3 cycles of fertility treatment)



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    Hi there! It is good to see you. I am glad things are easier. It does get easier for a while. It is when they become mobile that you get tired all over again.

    Meg-- Survival of the first few months will depend on your babies personalities. However, swings and bouncers are your friends. Tummy time naps are good too, as long as you stay in the room and keep an eye on the babies. We put our girls on a schedule, pretty much, and fed them every 3 hours. They were ff though, so that made it a little easier. Keeping diapers and wipes in multiple rooms, along with a little basket with a change of clothes is helpful. This way you are not running back and forth to their room or yours to change diapers and clothes.
    Melanie
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    DDs- Keira and Sarafina 11/28/09


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    Quote Originally Posted by melnzai View Post
    Hi there! It is good to see you. I am glad things are easier. It does get easier for a while. It is when they become mobile that you get tired all over again.
    This is what I'm afraid of...I want to keep them immobile for as long as possible!
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    Glad things are getting easier! I hope it stays that way for you!
    Rachel, momma to 4
    dd 9, ds 7, twin boys Dec 09
    I nursed my twins for 2years and 2 weeks! A little sad to be all done now.

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