Sarah-Likes-Love
Sarah-Likes-Love

gemmaisagem

It’s awful isn’t it? It was one of the worst pains ever -_-

This brought me too much joy :’)

This brought me too much joy :’)

Tmi…

It’s 5.40am, I’ve been awake since 4 with bad IBS pains.
My haemorrhoid is killing me to the point I’m in tears.

I don’t want to be awake right now, I just want to go back to sleep, but everytime I try I’m in too much pain and my IBS flares up.

I feel bad that I’m keeping James awake when he struggles to sleep as it is….

Are the sleeping sack things not just called grobags? I have a grobag in the house, it's like a wearable sleeping bag. I really don't get it 😥 x

Yeah I think that’s the same thing :) I’ve only just looked into them today. They look pretty good though :) x

Hi! I'm not pregnant or have kids but I have two nephews and a niece. My sister in law had an egg shaped bump with my niece and had no problems. Also sleeping sacs/bags are great for newborns. I think my sister in law used them up to 7 months even though the label says 9 month. She also got swaddlers which are perfect and very helpful right after birth. I stayed at the hospital with my sister in law after she had my niece and I would put her in the swaddler and not 5 minutes later shes asleep.

Thank you :) I think ill use a swaddle at first, then use the sleeping sacs :)

renewinglauren:

sarah-likes-love:

renewinglauren

Like this http://www.mothercare.com/Purflo-Sleepsac-1-Tog—-Light-Pink/396165,default,pd.html

I’ve seen them a lot online recently and they look pretty good :) but I think it’s like the same idea as swaddling.

I have one JUST like that, but we call them wearable blankets:p. James Loves it! The one we have is 0-9 months so it’s huge but it’s pretty fabulous. It keeps him nice and warm too we actually have to make sure he’s just in a onesie in it

They look really good :) and a bit comfier than the swaddles I’ve seen.

Melody will be born in the summer though so I may go for a swaddle first and then get a sleep sac for when it cools down.

:)

renewinglauren

Like this http://www.mothercare.com/Purflo-Sleepsac-1-Tog—-Light-Pink/396165,default,pd.html

I’ve seen them a lot online recently and they look pretty good :) but I think it’s like the same idea as swaddling.

I had my bump like yours and after giving birth i found out i had diastasis recti.
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What the hells that?! :/ from what I’ve researched the bump shape is quite common and a lot of women who have girls have this shape. So I’m hoping that’s the case with me.

Advice please?! Sleeping bags/ sleeping sacs…

Anyone have any experience with these? I’m interested in using them as I’d rather use them than blankets and stuff.

What age did you use them from? What are your experiences with them?

:)

Pregnant ladies!

Any one else carrying all out the front? I’m having a girl, I don’t know if that has anything to do with it. But my bump is kinda egg shaped, like it gets narrow towards the front. Even the woman who did my 3d scan made a comment. She said something like ‘ooh that’s a lovely egg shaped bump’ lol

Anyone else carrying this way? It looks weird lol