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  1. Does anyone know of any classes in Sheffield? My daughter (nearly 9) is really interested and so am I 😊
  2. OMG, friend messaged to say they was on High Street just after it happened 😳
  3. I suffer from dental anxiety and had sedation two years ago for a very tricky extraction at Charles Clifford. It was the best decision ever, not sure what I said to them whilst sedated though!!!
  4. Does anyone know of anywhere in Sheffield we can take our two year old to dance classes with other toddlers? As soon as music is played there is no stopping her Thanks x
  5. I had a nightmare trying to get our daughter to use a bottle as I exclusively breast fed for 11 months and had to stop due to medication :-( I tried so many and the one that worked in the end was Tommee Tippee and then she only had a bottle for two months as she took to a cup straight away. I just wish I had tried her with a cup first instead of putting myself through the stress :-) Good luck with finding a bottle that works hun x
  6. Hi, does anyone know of a toddler group in S2 or near on that runs on a Monday or Tuesday please. Thanks x
  7. Hi, I was induced in April 2010 as I was overdue and had complications through pregnancy with my iron. I had the pessary inserted at 3pm on the Sunday and everything was happening so quick that it was taken out at 3am the Monday morning (was told it would in 24 hours and nothing would happen for a couple of days!) Our daughter was born at 1.40pm normally on the Monday and I had just gas and air. The worst part for me was most of my pains was in my back but other than that it was fine :-) I had a private room before the birth and then went on to a ward afterwards. Good luck xx
  8. Thank you so much everyone for your advice. My hubbie has just got in from work and he thinks it is probably because she has had an accident there before etc and tin foil/pepper sounds good also. Think we may also go and buy some Feliway also. About worming, should we worm her if she is a house cat? Thanks again x
  9. Never wormed her as vet said as she doesn't go out we don't need to - is this right? It is a nuisance, more so because of our little daughter. Think I will try the Feliway to see if it works. Having to have new flooring put down next week as once she has had the accident she scratches and scratches so much our two year old carpet is nearly thread bare :-(
  10. she has always had this many a day - very regular like my hubbie lol
  11. Forgot to mention that I did phone the vets when it first started happening and they thought it was probably jealousy and to but a plug in that releases some kind of hormone that would calm her???
  12. Thank you, it would be difficult to move the litter tray as having a small child I don't want it in her reach and at least in the hallway I can keep the room door closed. But, I totally understand what you mean. Piglet is currently laid next to me purring her little head off - they so know how to push our buttons don't they ;-)
  13. both MuteWitness, a little loose but nothing out of the ordinary
  14. Hi all I am really looking for some advice please. We have had our cat Piglet just over 6 years now (adopted her as a kitten from RSPCA) and she is a house cat. Our daughter was born last year and is now 17 months old. For approx 4-5 months Piglet has been pooing in the hallway (which is where her litter tray is). This happens at least every other day (has happened 3 times today) and I really don't know what to do. She is doing her business either in the litter tray or two other places in the hallway. She has her accidents even when though her litter tray is always clean. Has anyone else experienced this please? We did think that perhaps it was jealousy because of our daughter? But, to be honest I don't think it is (but could be wrong). We always make sure that we give her lots of attention and always have especially since our daughter was born. Our daughter doesn't have much to do with our cat as she (the cat) is mostly asleep in the day and then awake when daughter is in bed! I am getting myself so worried in case my daughter ever gets into the hallway before us etc and Piglet has had an accident. Anyone advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
  15. Our daughter is 9 months old and I tend to batch cook meals and then freeze in small containers. One of her favourite meals is meat, veg and gravy (including sprouts lol) and she loves it. My main problem is that I know I need to stop making her meals so smooth and make it more chunky but I am so scared of her choking. Tried her on spag bol last week with baby pasta and didn't smooth at all and I honestly thought she was choking on two occasions so ended up blended it a little (I was so annoyed with myself!). Has anyone any advice please? Sxx
  16. Hi everyone Can anyone let me know the normal ranges for an eight month old baby please. DD had a temperature of 37.1 earlier and wondered if this was high? Many thanks xx
  17. Buy a new carpet! The carpet is only two years old and it is just a couple of sick patches (sorry again for TMI), will have a think whether to buy one or hire someone. Thank you to everyone for their replies.
  18. Thank you for your quick reply, we have a seven month old daughter and have the odd milk/sick patch (sorry for TMI) and I just can't get rid of the stains.
  19. We also took our 7 month old daughter to see Father Christmas yesterday at Santa's Groto and it was dreadful. We stood in the queue for forty minutes and then was told that they was sorry for the delay, but one of the helpers was running late! When we finally got into see Father Christmas, he didn't say a single word other than "wanna photo" to which we placed our daughter next to him and the photo was taken before we even had chance to see if we could get her to look forwards etc. I know that our daughter is only 7 months old and obviously he couldn't ask her what she wanted for Christmas, but, he could have made some conversation even with us. To be honest I thought he was a statue at first. We very disappointed and I decided to call Sheffield City Council earlier to express this. I googled Sheffield City Council and took a note of the number and dialled, guess who I spoke to (not a direct line to Father Christmas lol) BUT Social Services!!!! This made me and the lady who answered the call laugh that I forgot what I was phoning for :-)
  20. Hi Can anyone point me in the right direction on where is the best/cheapest place to hire a carpet cleaner from? Many thanks x
  21. Thank you for your concern. I was so worried as it looked so sore and still does occasionally. Putting the cream on just has to become part of your routine doesn't it. Sxx
  22. It is better than it was, as long as I make sure the creams are applied. Thanks x
  23. My six month old daughter was diagnosed with Infantile Eczema yesterday under her chin and has been prescribed various creams etc. At first (last month) the doctor thought it was just due to her dribbling with teething, but it has been really sore and was bleeding at the weekend. Does anyone have any experience of babies with this? Thanks xx
  24. Thank you so much to everyone for all of their advice. I still haven't heard from the hospital :-( so am carrying on breastfeeding for now. But, I am going to make a real effort next week to try her with a bottle once a day and see how it goes. You really are a fantastic bunch of people xxx
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