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“Are you sure? What’s all the grunting about then, she sounds like a tennis player.”
“I have no idea…should I wake Dress. She’ll know what to do.”
“No, no. I can work this out…”
http://creatingsparks.com/?endonezit=binary-options-panda …one Google later…
http://agencijapragma.com/?kiopoa=autoopzioni-digitali&c3d=30 “So according to the top 2 Google results, looks like that is normal. Phew! Is she asleep though?”
“Yes. She is definitely sleeping. Eyes closed and seems still….oh hang…she seems too still…she’s stopped breathing.”
“What!? She was breathing 10 seconds ago!”
“Oh wait…. it’s ok she is breathing again”
rencontre avec femmes constantine And so that continues for around an hour every night. After the obligatory milk dribble, I convince myself that a) she is sleeping, b) she is breathing and c) the grunts are normal and decide to go to sleep myself.
source link Now, Dress and I have a level of “wanting-to-know-it-all-ness” (cough…OCD…cough) which resulted in Dress reading every book going on pregnancy, labour and delivery as well as doing antenatal classes to know what the bejesus was going to happen on delivery day and the aftermath of actually having a small human to take home and look after. Even feeling relatively prepared…as a slight aside, both Dress and I are reasonably intelligent, have good jobs, yada yada…there are alarmingly high levels of “Is this normal?” that we verbalise (and probably don’t verbalise) on a daily basis. As I have said until I am blue in the face, “Literally billions of people have done this before, so we will be fine”, however this doesn’t stop us as new parents, and I am sure every new parent goes through the same thing, having the never-ending feeling of whether everything is ok or not.
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http://skylinemediainc.com/?pokakal=opcje-binarne-gie%C5%82da&9a9=8c This is the first intro blog, but there will be much more to follow. You can also follow the adventures of Rattle & Tie (and Dress) on Instagram – www.instagram.com/rattleandtie – and Facebook – www.facebook.com/rattleandtie.
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