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Old 03-02-2007, 10:22 PM   #91
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I'd say yes





*(snowbunny has not treated LMPA)
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The above statement is true.

Besides, Beav would have the video if you had.
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The above statement is true.

Besides, Beav would have the video if you had.

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Has the baby been keeping you both awake at night?
Well, we have a system that works pretty good. I keep the baby from 7 or 8 til I go to bed @ 11 or 12. My wife takes the 2 overnight feedings, so I get to sleep. She has a few weeks off from work, so it works out good for now. Once she starts working again, we'll have to rework the system.

The first two weeks are the hardest for quitting smoking. Not that it gets easy after that, but the worst is over.
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*(snowbunny has not treated LMPA)

You should treat her - you could save her life. You should dress up like a nurse and LMPA can be a sick nurse, and you should, you know, do "medical" stuff.
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Well, we have a system that works pretty good. I keep the baby from 7 or 8 til I go to bed @ 11 or 12. My wife takes the 2 overnight feedings, so I get to sleep. She has a few weeks off from work, so it works out good for now. Once she starts working again, we'll have to rework the system.

The first two weeks are the hardest for quitting smoking. Not that it gets easy after that, but the worst is over.
Sounds like a good system.

And by sick nurse, I'm assuming I have to wear sick clothes, like a sick person would wear to bed, such as a black lace bra and stockings.
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Sounds like a good system.

And by sick nurse, I'm assuming I have to wear sick clothes, like a sick person would wear to bed, such as a black lace bra and stockings.
Yes, that is correct. Maybe boots.
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The first two weeks are the hardest for quitting smoking. Not that it gets easy after that, but the worst is over.
That's good to know!


What are both of your hours going to be like? Are you doing daycare at all?

Sorry to be so nosy.
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What are both of your hours going to be like? Are you doing daycare at all?

Sorry to be so nosy.
No problem, I don't mind.

I work 9-5, she works 8-3 or so (she's a teacher.) My father will watch the baby a few days a week, and my mother in law will watch her some other. I'm going to see if I can work from home one day a week as well.
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No problem, I don't mind.

I work 9-5, she works 8-3 or so (she's a teacher.) My father will watch the baby a few days a week, and my mother in law will watch her some other. I'm going to see if I can work from home one day a week as well.
Sounds good!

Unfortunately our parents work and we don't want to do daycare(besides being EXPENSIVE! ) so we need to figure out what to do for hours.
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I think it's criminal your wife is back to work so soon. Good thing about the parents helping out. That's great. My cousin and his GF had their baby in Dec and she sleeps from 7pm to 8am ( i bet he used up all the luck in the family for that one - bastard)

I would want to be but most people wouldn't I think. Hopefully it works out for you Jules.


Does LMPA's lace bra have to be low cut for when I have to use the stetoscope (sp)?
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Yeah, I'm not big on day care either, it just seems kind of wrong to ship your kid out to strangers like that. But you have to do what you have to do. Can either of you afford to not work for a while?
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Friend is stopping by for a bit - no no - he's gay.

I'll be back.
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I think it's criminal your wife is back to work so soon. Good thing about the parents helping out. That's great. My cousin and his GF had their baby in Dec and she sleeps from 7pm to 8am ( i bet he used up all the luck in the family for that one - bastard)

I would want to be but most people wouldn't I think. Hopefully it works out for you Jules.


Does LMPA's lace bra have to be low cut for when I have to use the stetoscope (sp)?
7pm to 8am? Those two got some awesome karma.

She gets 6-7 weeks, off, which isn't too bad. I told her to take longer, but I doubt she will.

You wouldn't want to be what?

The bra doesn't need to be low cut, though that would be fine if it were. Basically you'll just have to, slowly, move it down with the stethoscope; of course that will only help so much. Clearly, it will just have to come off. They probably teach that on the first day of med school, at least they should.
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