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Postby buds » Tue Jul 21, 2009 1:52 pm

That's a probable cause, schellen.
Good one! :celebrate: It is true tt
we can influence the mood of our
babies. At least my mom used to
say, that during my pregnancy...
i shouldn't cry or try not to be so
sad even if it's hormonal cos the
baby when it's born may come
out a cry baby.. weh weh.. :cry:

No worries, Angela... your dear
bb will be fine! :wink:

buds
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Postby RRMummy » Tue Jul 21, 2009 2:51 pm

Hi Angela,

How did everything go?

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Postby angela » Tue Jul 21, 2009 9:54 pm

RRMummy wrote:Hi Angela,

How did everything go?


Thanks, everything goes fine. The nurse advised us to monitor her for the next 8 days for any fever. She also prescribed me the medicine. If got fever, let her take. If after taking the fever, the temperature still very high, must see the doctor immediately.

Today, she never cried very loud. Maybe she is big already, know how to control.

When the nurse injected and pull out, she never cried. We all thought that she could tolerate the pain but after a few seconds, she cried soundly. Ha ha ha! 8)

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Postby RRMummy » Wed Jul 22, 2009 9:08 am

Hi Angela, good to hear that all went well... :celebrate:

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Postby ChiefKiasu » Wed Jul 22, 2009 9:16 am

angela wrote:... When the nurse injected and pull out, she never cried. We all thought that she could tolerate the pain but after a few seconds, she cried soundly. Ha ha ha! 8)


I'm always impressed by children with this great sense of drama... :lol:

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Postby RRMummy » Wed Jul 22, 2009 10:53 am

ChiefKiasu wrote:
angela wrote:... When the nurse injected and pull out, she never cried. We all thought that she could tolerate the pain but after a few seconds, she cried soundly. Ha ha ha! 8)


I'm always impressed by children with this great sense of drama... :lol:


You can say that again.. One of the teacher's in the CC calls my DD1 - "Drama MaMa"... :faint:

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Postby angela » Wed Jul 22, 2009 10:20 pm

RRMummy wrote:
ChiefKiasu wrote:
angela wrote:... When the nurse injected and pull out, she never cried. We all thought that she could tolerate the pain but after a few seconds, she cried soundly. Ha ha ha! 8)


I'm always impressed by children with this great sense of drama... :lol:


You can say that again.. One of the teacher's in the CC calls my DD1 - "Drama MaMa"... :faint:


:lol:
My girl is really known how to act or pretend. That why, many ppl love her so much compared with my niece who is just 2 months younger than she. She will always make some silly or funny actions and faces.
Sometimes, we really cannot tahan her. (laugh until fell down from the chairs)

:lol:

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Postby RRMummy » Thu Jul 23, 2009 10:33 am

angela wrote: :lol:
My girl is really known how to act or pretend. That why, many ppl love her so much compared with my niece who is just 2 months younger than she. She will always make some silly or funny actions and faces.
Sometimes, we really cannot tahan her. (laugh until fell down from the chairs)

:lol:


:love: Yup.. gotta 'capture' all these into our memory bank.. hee..talking abt memory bank.. I also keep ALL of both DDs scribblings, craft work and school work etc.. all filed away for when I retire.. :wink:

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Postby mummy2008 » Thu Jul 23, 2009 4:43 pm

hi angela,

usually the fever will come from day 1 to day 10. My dd took mmr last may, fever came in day 9. I tot she would not get fever, coz it was more than 8 days already. It was mild fever, not more than 2 days...she's fine already =)

take care

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Postby angela » Thu Jul 23, 2009 9:12 pm

mummy2008 wrote:hi angela,

usually the fever will come from day 1 to day 10. My dd took mmr last may, fever came in day 9. I tot she would not get fever, coz it was more than 8 days already. It was mild fever, not more than 2 days...she's fine already =)

take care


Hi,

Thanks for your advise. Up to today, she is still fine. Will continue monitor her temperature.

Thanks

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