Category Archives: fears

Ted’s EEG

I haven’t written about the appointments we’ve been having for Ted before, hence most of my recent entries being about weaning Ben, but today he had an electroencephalogram (EEG) and I thought I’d share the experience. Ted had two laughing … Continue reading

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Speech and language therapy

I’ve mentioned before, although not in any great detail, that I’m concerned about Ted’s speech development. I’ve swung between hugely panicked and completely in denial but I’ve always resisted doing much about it. We did decide, when we got the … Continue reading

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From only child to big brother

Ted’s now been a big brother for over a week and he seems to have accepted that Ben’s not going anywhere. You may recall I was worried about a lot of things when I was pregnant and one of the … Continue reading

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Slow labour? No labour

This has been such a long week. I had a whole day of what felt like the build up to labour, then a night that convinced me baby was coming – enough to get systems put in place for Ted, … Continue reading

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Feeding your baby: it’s your choice

Recently the community midwives have stressed me out about the baby’s size and my blood pressure being too low and my blood pressure being too high. I hadn’t had a look at my notes for a while so I looked … Continue reading

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Second baby fears

I’m due to give birth to baby number two in just over three weeks and I’ve been scared through most of the pregnancy. I have to admit that now it’s so close I’m more excited than anything else (and maybe … Continue reading

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