http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... z2KaG2N5jq
I found this so so true;
[i:2zfks7ka]"And just as soon as they did get the hang of being a mum, seventy per cent said they felt like they had to go through a whole new set of challenges as their baby became a toddler."[/i:2zfks7ka]
Anne Cordelia Shirley
So far I've only gone once, eight months in. I'm a 'sure its probably nothing, let's wait and see' person.
ACS, My DS was not sick a day in his life until 10 months old and in the last 2 months I've been to the Doctors' 3 times with him. I reckon they just go through phases of it!
[quote="ReginaFalange":1xzwgyxp]I reckon they just go through phases of it![/quote:1xzwgyxp]
+1, depends on what's going around the mother/toddler group, gymboree etc.
DD's been fairly good, only sick a couple of times. When she's sick she does it in style, projectile vomiting that the exorcist girl would be proud of.
Have to say that my lad is 19 months and ive been twice, once for diarrhea and once for eczema flare up. He has had about 6 colds though but didnt bring him to the doc for that.
Totally relate to all the worrying though.
Weird Cat Lady
Our one's Da would be the more cautious of us both.
This wouldn't be another wagging finger pointed at mothers by any slim chance? It all gets a bit nauseating at times.
16mts here and we've been 3 times. Only one of these did the doctor actually prescribe something.
Never been to doc with ds but have asked nurse/doc a few questions about things when there for injections etc
18 months and we've been once. It was my MIL who kinda pushed us out to the docs, turned out he had a high temp and a cold, that's all.
I know I'm lucky though, some babies are sick a lot.
DD is 19mths and have neve3r been to the doctor with her, we've been very lucky