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[#] Sat Apr 21 2007 15:12:36 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

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welcome new teraner!

[#] Sat Apr 21 2007 21:22:05 EDT from Freakdog @ Dog Pound BBS II

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Todah, rabah!!

[#] Sat Apr 21 2007 23:51:38 EDT from wizard of aahz @ Uncensored

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Hooray for the doghouse family!

[#] Sun Apr 22 2007 20:20:46 EDT from harry @ PixelBBS

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Congrats, Freakdog.

I hope that you're rested up, because I hear that until the baby sleeps through the night, you and the Mrs. won't be getting much sleep.

[#] Sun Apr 22 2007 22:19:10 EDT from Freakdog @ Dog Pound BBS II

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Unfortunately, with my work schedule, I haven't had anything resembling a normal in a couple of years, now.  :-)  Won't be much different, I guess.

[#] Mon Apr 23 2007 02:18:49 EDT from triLcat @ Uncensored

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Actually, from what I've heard, a lot of new fathers start sleeping pretty early. If the wife's nursing and the baby is close, usually the mom ends up just getting up because she feels there's no point in two parents being up.

My neighbor's husband was sleeping through the night at about 2 weeks. Once in a while, he has to take the baby between 11pm and 2am, but usually the baby's sleeping, so he's off the hook.

[#] Mon Apr 23 2007 08:01:08 EDT from Ragnar Danneskjold @ Uncensored

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My wife was great about things with all three kids..... I got to sleep because she wasn't going to work.... Besides, I never heard the kids cry anyway.

[#] Mon Apr 23 2007 09:06:30 EDT from wizard of aahz @ Uncensored

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Ragnar - If she had elbowed in the gut you mighta heard them.

[#] Mon Apr 23 2007 13:29:41 EDT from Freakdog @ Dog Pound BBS II

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Unfortunately, for my sleep cycle, my wife had a C-Section, so she's not likely to "get up".  I'll probably be the one to get up, check diapers, and bring him over for feeding.

[#] Mon Apr 23 2007 15:06:27 EDT from Spell Binder @ Uncensored

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Congrats, Freakdog!

[#] Mon Apr 23 2007 17:44:30 EDT from triLcat @ Uncensored

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I hope she'll heal quickly and easily.

My sister-in-law was wearing heels a week after they pulled her twins out by c-section. She's one of the lucky ones, though, it was basically planned - they knew the lower one was breech so as soon as she went into labor, they did a c-section (I think it was like 39 weeks...)

[#] Mon Apr 23 2007 18:06:29 EDT from wizard of aahz @ Uncensored

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triL - She might be wearing heels, but is she actually walking on them?

[#] Mon Apr 23 2007 18:15:25 EDT from triLcat @ Uncensored

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she walked.

better'n I could, and I mean better than I could when I wasn't pregnant...

I was never much for heels... I think I've probably spent a total of about 5 hours of my life wearing heels.

the past year (counting only the time I've worn shoes other than fuzzy slippers), I've worn crocs 85% of the time, sneakers 13% of the time, and ballet-slipper type fancy shoes 1.9% of the time. in the other .1% of the time, I discovered that my waterproof boots hurt like hell.

[#] Mon Apr 23 2007 21:22:47 EDT from Freakdog @ Dog Pound BBS II

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After our first child was born by c-section, my wife felt like her guts might be falling out of her right side.

All through this pregnancy, my wife felt this pulling/stretching feeling on the right side of her abdomen. 

The doctor discovered, while in there to get the child, that the stomach muscles on her right side were in tatters.  Either they weren't repaired particularly well, after the last C-Section, 8 years ago, or it just didn't matter...I'm banking on the former.

Anyhow, the doctor cleaned up the muscles and repaired them, and has told her no heavy lifting for a minimum 6 weeks (nurses are recommending that she take it easy on that side for a year), and after those 6 weeks, she'll be on an exercise program to strengthen her stomach muscles.

Other than that, she's getting around really well.  She's just hoping that the swelling in her ankles and feet, from all the IV fluids, dissipates, soon. 

[#] Mon Apr 23 2007 22:16:49 EDT from fleeb @ Uncensored

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Girthta may have some insight on c-sections, as I think she had one.

[#] Tue Apr 24 2007 03:54:24 EDT from triLcat @ Uncensored

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Eep! Best wishes for a speedy recovery to Mrs. FDog!!!!

That sounds terrible! 

[#] Tue Apr 24 2007 06:42:18 EDT from Freakdog @ Dog Pound BBS II

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She said that her belly does feel a lot better than it did after the first section...she just needs to be really careful.

[#] Tue Apr 24 2007 09:17:57 EDT from Pandoras Box @ Haven BBS

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ugh.. I had 2 C-sections.. both emergency.. both in some back-water hick hospital with outdated nightmare procedures. I have great empathy for her.

[#] Tue Apr 24 2007 11:38:40 EDT from Magus @ Uncensored

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triL, I've spent more hours wearing heels than you? Odd...

[#] Tue Apr 24 2007 15:13:46 EDT from triLcat @ Uncensored

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Magus: do elaborate

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