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Jan 10, Ray rated it liked it Shelves: quick-romp-raunchy , freebee , multiple-partner.

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It was a quick filthy romp. It was interesting that the short stories were connected.

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They were like linked memories. It was engaging in that regard. It also had some interesting characters. I wasn't appalled by the storylines. It tried to carry a progression of the main character through her decadent fall. She and her history in this book the way it was written are interesting. Not saying it is on the ny times best sellers list, but I read it and I think it is interesting. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. About Sophie Sin. Sophie Sin. Books by Sophie Sin.

No trivia or quizzes yet. Back back style nappy bag- I tried the over shoulder, leather, fancy nappy bag with my first and to be honest it was just too big and bulky and uncomfortable especially trying to juggle your bubs at the same time. I ended up getting a good quality backpack that served the same purpose and its much easier to carry around! Night Light- Both boys needed dim light in their rooms in order to sleep soundly. My oldest 4yrs still likes it on. They both love to tell me if my outfit works or not…. My days are a mixed bag LOL. Not a mother but a teacher and have worked with a bunch of kids and parents.

The kids that have been the best behaved and happiest have parents that listen to their stories at the end of a school day and ride bikes with them on the weekend. Take a breather and realise that you can do this! Also highly recommend downloading the Wonder Weeks App and Book. It really helps with the different stages buns go through so quickly. White noise machine 2. Formula in the cupboard. But, my must have items. A nifty little product called a Mumasil. I was storing ml of precious milk a day just by catching the stuff that was usually swallowed up by a breast pad.

Still burrito the baby but I personally prefer stretchy cotton jersey wraps over muslin ones. Stretchy wrap for newborness. I had two Chekoh wraps for 2 and they are the bees knees. In my humble opinion the two greatest wastes of money related to care of tiny infants are; 1. Change tables. I put a mat thing on the drawers and used that for the early months and then typically change them wherever I can pin them down.

Nappy bins. Just put them in a regular bun. Oops forgot a good one 6. Mandela baby carrier. Saved my life. My babies both hated the pram so it kept my hands free while bubs snuggled in. Haakaa silicone breast pump- so much easier than a normal manual pump and much less expensive than an electric one. I just whack it on the other boob while my boy is feeding and over the course of a day I have enough to fill a bag for the freezer. White Noise app on an old phone- my boy loves the vacuum cleaner noise but there are heaps of different ones to try to see what works.

Also no need for a newborn insert. Something for you to eat during night feeds- I make batches of lactation cookies as I am starving at 3am! In terms of top 5 things: 1. Hydrogel breast discs for when your nipples get torn up — or multi mam 2. My Brest Friend feeding pillow helps me with feeding. Love to Dream swaddles! Way better than baby burrito style wrapping — especially if you have an escape artist like my 2 were! Was a sanity saver for me. Double ended zip up onesies — zip open from up the top for when complete outfit changes are needed, but also zips open from down the bottom for just freeing the bottom half for nappy changes — way better than buttons, especially with a wriggly baby.

Him when he was 5 months old and they were still a great size. All of the snacks! You would think for something so precious that some training would be a pre-requisite however it seems more funny to just watch women flail and flounder! Alas I found these things to help me a bunch as a first time worry wart anxiety suffocated hot mess. Was great to put in the pram when out and about to drown out the other noises. And helps with sleep association. Genuine lambs wool skin- I used this in the bottom of the bassinet and for the pram, granted my daughter came home from hospital in June so it kept her cosy and warm, but also wrap a used T-shirt of yours and bubs melts into a mummy smelling cloud of sleep.

Not guaranteed but my daughter definitely settled quicker on it 3. Hakaa or milk saver. Cheekoh stretchy wrap. Was great for the first few months when bub is little and you want to go out but not have everyone touch him. Really helps create that bond and promotes milk supply! Tubes and tubes of lasonil or something similar for your sore, bleeding and cracked titties. Wine for Scotty to help with your hormones. Baby bjorn carrier 5. Ear plugs. Love To Dream swaddles — range of thickness and superncinenient for bubs that love arms up to self soothe 2.

Know your local Lactation consultant! Co sleeper bassinet — soooo much easier for babes that NEED to be near you 5. A good feeding pillow to save your back! Baby swing — let that rocker rock your little babe whilst you drink coffee or poop in peace! Ergo — so much easier then getting out a massive pram every time you need to go somewhere. Rocking chair — a nice comfy one for you and baby time at God only knows what hour. Please feel free to read over them for more things but here are the top 3 things I needed for the first 12 weeks — depend undies yep!

Baby Carrier — stretchy wrap to start. Ergo, hugabub, chekoh whatever just get one. See here. Zip onsies — aint no one got time for press studs at 2am. Its a boy thing and yes those nappies will look enormous just double over the sticky tabs. Or you will pick him up from a soaking mess only to find a bone dry nappy. Get someone to make the cookies or you can buy them online. Love to dream swaddles 2. Ergo baby carrier 3. Hydrogel Breast discs…. A comfy chair to feed in 5. Wine glass holder for the shower….

Plus, 2am wrap swaddling can be replaced by a simple zip item! Plus you can bring it in to the bathroom and have a shower with eyes on bub. Chews through batteries but means we can take it out and about with us or when we stay somewhere else for a night. Em, I had a baby at My big kids were 16 and 12 when I had him and I was like you..

Yes you can buy it — the Aldi one is cheaper than a bottle of Sav Blanc! My now 17yo has bonded so closely with the now 13mo that they have their own languaage its a series of ear splitting squeals. The thing that got me through the last few months of pregnancy when my anxiety was crippling was visualising…how long I could make my husband suffer post birth.

I knew that a front row centre seat at the birth would buy me a solid few months of him thinking I was the bravest warrior goddess alive. I mean seriously how do any of them survive??? My tiny 5 pound baby boy is now nearly 5 loves to fart and pee up the wall in the shower but he also loves to cuddle and says I am his favourite person in the world so I am doing ok at the moment. Here is my must have that helped keep my anxiety and crazy arse thoughts in my head at bay.

These are the pads that go underneath the mattress and if there is no movement the alarm will go off. Recommended by all NICU nurses. This was only way i was able to leave the side of the cot every time he had a nap. Make sure it has a good clear screen on the camera as well then you can watch them from the kitchen 2 love to dream baby swaddles.

Wraps are great but my kid was hudini and would get out of them and then wake himself up. These are amazing not only for my mental health but also for baby.

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With proper dilution guides and education you can assist with most common ailments using natural alternatives and remedies. Even now with my PTSD I use them to ground myself and stabilse during panic attacks and keep my everyday anxiety at a liveable level. Trust me these make handy ice pack that you can shove in your knickers and give your vagina a treat. Baby boys have a penis and they will pee in your face, eye, mouth and nose if you are not quick enough changing the nappy. Baby carrier — saved my sanity! You can do things with 2 bloody hands!!! Used a soft wrap one when bub was a newborn then an ergo when she was 6months old because sore back.

Sleepy suits — easier than muslin wraps, especially at 3am. I like ergo pouches can usually transition them from hands in to hands out when they start to move around. We co-sleep. Super handy in those early days when boobies are super full and you have an overflow of milk! A shitload of onesies — cos you and bub will live in pjs for the first 6 weeks. Also — baby poo. Haakaa pump…amaze balls 2. Kmart bra section has the best breastfeeding singles ever!! Lived in mine, they have molded cups so keeps ya boobied feeling secure 3.

A side table or organizer beside your designated feeding chair so everything is easily within reach during feeding or when you get your sweet gremlin to finally sleep in your arms. Cheapy old school cloth nappies…the greatest spew rags out there 5. Microwave steriliser kit, so much easier. Burp rags! Monitor 5. Netflix and wine. I admire that you are asking. Keep it simple. Day to day. Do babyshower!

I think it is real important to celebrate each impending arrival. Do it your own way. Breast pump that you can go hands free. Baby carrier for more hands free bub sleeps on your chest and you can do some light housework. Go as simple as possible with this. You need sonething that you can put on quickly. Slings just stressed me out big time and gave me panic attacks when baby was pressed against mu body..


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Were they breathing?! And those wrap things are fucking crazy to put on when you are too tired for that crap! Ergo pouches, sleeping bag things. No more wrapping like burritos! Change table. Everyone told me not to bother, just use the floor. Excuse me people, but my back muscles feel like they are tearing just from leaning over so I NEED waist height, thankyou very much! Nappy caddy. For those times you do wish to use the floor.

At least some small part of you will triumph for being somewhat organized in the nappy department say 5 nappies, talc, nappy rubbish bags, lotion and wipes go in this mobile thing when everything else around you could be chaos! So much has advanced now! Yes please I am getting one of those! Chat to a lactation consultant in the first few days and have the number for the breastfeeding hotline handy! A carrier will save your life! I love my Ergo, but try a few on first.

There will be a baby wearing group in your area. Borrow whatever you can from friends. You are never alone. You have an awesome family on this ride with you! It will all work out just fine. Just breathe. I too recommend the Love to Dream Swaddles, but also love to wrap in a nice stretchy blanket, definitely depends on what kind of baby you have.

I love sleeping bags too, so much easier than blankets. I have used both an ergo carrier and a stretchy wrap, which is great for a newborn, they are easy to use and have some really great colours! For breast feeding a milk bar pillow and a comfy chair. I also had a bassinet that had wheels on it so I could move it around the house with me, this was so handy especially when I wanted to have a shower. One more thing I have is a salt lamp which is great to have on at night, its not bright enough wake your little one but just bright enough so you can see.

Good luck! Lanisoh ointment for your nipples after every feed 2. Pigeon breast pads for leaking boobs 3. A good water bottle you can use hands free Camelbak for me! Burp cloths and plenty of them cloth nappies work great! Spectra breast pump I sit here feeding my 5 week old surrounded with these very items. Listen to your babe, you have totally got this x. Must haves! Sophie the giraffe — a classic and always well loved and used non stop.

Pinot Grigio — for you. Nuna leaf baby rocker. Brings peace and sanity. Baby proof everything!!! Like the windows Dishwasher, stairs, even your own feet at some point. Work out a sleep roster with your partner. This will save your life trust me.

Feeding roster is a must to keep your house in perfect sanity. Otherwise you will be up all night listening to the song of their people.

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That moments rest you think you can get, haha funny not. Finally you made it they just turned 1, congrats you survived, but your not out of the woods yet! Know you have to worry about boys or girls coming over And pissing on your front door and the screaming at night The strange looks they give at all hours of the day and night At the fucking wall!! We had a clingy fourth trimester and purple crying for this week first three months; nightmareish at times! I have a medela borrowed from a friend and has been excellent. No fancy creams or baby washes — just QV wash.

Loved the bouncer to break up the monotony of the baby always having to lay down. Also the angelcare Erganomic baby bath. Just goes into an actual bath not an eyesore all on its own. My kids never slept with the love to dream zip ups but loved the tizzy hall double wrap, no escaping that one!

And I brought a second hand Fisher price my little lamb swing. My second born spent so much time swinging to sleep in it as she loved momentum! Dont compare yourself, the baby, the situation to someone else. Your not someone else, this is you, your baby, your life. So is bottle feeding. You are not a loser if you need help to protect the titties or the titties are not working as you thought. Even when you feel your not doing it, take a deep breathe, you got this.

Gee you didnt get the washing done, teas take out again. Baby still not sleeping through. Yes he got a dummy……so what! Making a human, raising a human is not text book. Again be kind to yourself, what will be will be. Go with it. Love to Dream Swaddle get the one with the zips to transition to no swaddle 2.

Ergo carrier 3. Jolly Jumper. Love to dream swadIe! I can wrap a burrito but not a baby! Capsule pram — kid stays asleep when moving from car to pram or car to house! Baby carrier — I had an ergo, I could never work out the Cool hip chiko cloth wraps. A portable white noise machine. Cannot go past an ergo baby carrier, sooo comfy. The love to dream swaddles are amazing life saving sleeping bags so much easier than trying to swaddle! I mean, we are responsible for raising essentially a small blob into a decent member of society with good morals etc.

My top 2 items were: 1. Best purchase we ever made, we all got sleep. Again, we all got sleep, so excellent purchase. Hi Em Please rest assured that you are definitely not alone in your fears. I can guarantee you will have many more questions. A couple of quality research based websites cover a lot of parenting questions such as raisingchildren. Lots of people are going to tell you lots of info and give you lots of advice. The best I will give is to pick what works for you and your family.

You will be amazing x. Zip onesies are fantastic, so quick and easy. My husband hated the button up onesies. Especially after the third nappy change at 4am!! Was the only way to get anything done in the early days. Bub was happy when close to Mum. Mirror for baby capsule in car — so Bub can see Mum in front seat. Car journeys were a nightmare from 3 months until we got a mirror.

Angelcare breathing monitor 2. Ergo Cocoon swaddles 3. Medela swing breast pump 4. Aden and Anais Muslin swaddles 5.

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Start from day one to avoid wipes! Love to dream swaddles 3. An infant bathing glove from The Baby Bathroom Co! A mumpreneur start up. It really is a genius idea and so useful with a newborn. Love to Dream Swaddle Ups 2. Yessss, bonds zippys. Oricom breathing mats for the cot. Co sleeper bassinet.

So excited for you Em. I have a 12 year old and a 4 year old and went back to work when both were 3 months old. So 8 year gap and I freaked a little having my second at 41 then settled down knowing I did a good job with number one. Your girls are awesome. I believe that if mum is happy and well rested then everyone is happy so my tips are a bit more mum focused. Babies learn to fit in to a family pretty quick even though everyone adores them. Find a good local lactation consultant. Excited to see photos of this already loved baby. What a lucky boy.

Ps during the first few crazy months when the baby is confused about whether to sleep or not in the middle of the night, I sang lots of calm songs and told my baby how loved and wanted she was and about how delighted we all were for our dream baby to come true. Big comforting hug for you. LTD Swaddles 2. Hydrogel breast discs 4. Nappy caddy this is refilled each day with all the essentials and kept on the bedside table over night 5. The best and most needed thing for surviving a newborn is having an amazing support team in place!

Spectra are an amazing breastpump company who sell hospital grade closed system pumps. Wait till he is rolling over for sleeping bag. Get a capsule for car and buy clips for your amazing pram. I found it really helpful to have a breast pump with me at the hospital because both my sons were born with severe tongue ties. I never breastfed my eldest because the hospital were useless about it, but I made sure I had my pump when my youngest was born and I was able to syringe feed him pumped colostrum.

Burp cloths, impromptu towels, and yes, even as nappies. You get free hands, bub gets the comfort of being close to you. Love to Dream swaddles — zip em up and they are snug as a bug in a rug and you will feel like a pro. A good baby carrier that is easy for you to use — try them all in. I recommend a carrier with clips like the Ergo or Baby Bjorn with the magnetic clasps 3. Breastfeeding — never breastfed myself but have heard heaps of wonderful things about Madela pumps. Hospitals use them and they are just great. A comfortable chair for feeding and late night wake ups is a mist.

If you gotta be up at least make sure you will be comfy with bub at the time. Much love and so excited for you all xxxx. Love To Dream Sleep Swaddle — um sleepsavers, is any other reason necessary? Comfy rocking chair. Bednest bassinet for safe co sleeping situation. But I think if they were these would be my top 5… well for the last 4 months with my new bub. Good luck xx 1. Hydrogel breast discs 2. Haakaa 3. Some type of carrier. My local baby shop let me try a few types with bubs in them, so I personally love my baby Bjorne one and so does hubby.

Bonds Oneies, they truely are the best light weight and double ended zips! Love to dream swaddle bags for sure!!!!!!! Coles online delivery 2. Bubnest co-sleeper and co-sleep bassinet 3. Chekoh baby wrap carrier 4. Breast pads 5. Dreambaby lamp it has white noise i it too. Love to dream swaddles! Double electric breast pump.

Single is too time consuming!! Basinet on wheels!! Lots of Muslim wraps, they double as shade cloths, burp clothes, vomit and poop cleaners and easy to wash! Glow dreaming brand humidifier. It also has white noise and a light in it. All are supposed to help promote sleeping. Co-Sleeper bassinet! Ergo Baby Carrier!!!!! Love to dream swaddles!!! Baby Sleep sound app on your phone so you can play calming Sounds instead of lullabies — Rain Noise is the best!

My top 5 my Son just turned 1. Any cot will do. The internet freaked me out too!! No stuffed animals or cushions etc allowed in cot due to suffocation hazard though. Ergo 3. Nipple shields!!! I also used medela breastpump 5. Love to dream swaddles and sleeping bags etc yes! Good luck. Second baby just gone four months old after a five year gap.

So much has changed in that time! Get a capsule that is compatible with your pram makes it so much easier if they fall asleep in the car. Ergo baby carrier 4. Bonds zippy wondersuits and LOTS of them 5. SRC recovery shorts- expensive but was totally worth it, stopped the feeling of my insides about to fall out post c-section. They may seem small woes but pre natal anxiety can be overlooked by even the mum to be. There is a lot of support out there. Lots of love xox. The love to dream baby swaddles The hydrogel nipple disk things. Ok, 3 things.

Formular for just in case. You never know what your body will do! My babies bloody loved this. Also recommended by Masada Sleep school also highly recommend that place Also good for anxious Mums to listen to at night when minds go aracing…. Lillebaby embossed carrier. Better on the back than an ergo 3.

For when babe is older, a bath seat was the best thing ever! Glo Dreaming 3. Bubnest 4. Spectra S2 breast pump 5. Side sleeper. Love to dream swaddles — the actual best 2.

Happy baby dummies 3. Hydrogel breast pads for soothing not leaking 4. Have heard amazing things about the cocoonababt 5. Buy three the same to rotate through the wash xxx. I lived in them for 6 months and even now sleep in them! Top 5 tips: 1. Love my Incy Interiors cot. Love to Dream swaddles.

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