Is Everyone Staying Warm?


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Re : Is Everyone Staying Warm?

Postby denise » Thu Feb 08, 2007 08:42 am

Hey Jen! WTG Meghan!!! I can't believe she's potty training already, where does the time go. Sorry to hear that there are some sensory issues with Grace. Sometimes it seems like one hurdle conquered and another appears.

We have the cold again here too. I'm not sure if we've had a full week of "healthyness" since the holidays here. Hope everyone is better soon!

Would love to see you in March!!!

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Re : Is Everyone Staying Warm?

Postby jenchar » Thu Feb 08, 2007 00:09 am

I finally feel like I'm thawing out. haha It was a balmy 9 degrees today here in SE Wis.

My girls are good except for that ever annoying cold that just keeps going and going and going. :) Meghan is potty training now. It is a slow process so far. We got great news that Meghan's EI therapy is working great. Last year they thought that she definitely would be diagnosed with mild left-sided cerebral palsy, but now, she has mad such great strides, that they've revoked that idea. WOOHOO!

Gracie is enjoying kindergarten, but low and behold, she has developed many sensory issues. :( We're going to get her evaluated to determine what we need to work on. She has always been my enormously clumsy child, but this is ridiculous. DH calls her Dino (like from the Flintstones) since she is always way too rough and knocking us over or almost over backwards. Can you say Sensory Seeker???? haha I was a bit sad to have seen her do so well and then seem to have her being born premature sneak back up on us. Oh well, that is life for preeclampsia survivors. :)

I'm glad to hear everyone is still doing well. I'm hoping to be able to join you all in March, too.

Jen

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Re : Is Everyone Staying Warm?

Postby mom2tori » Tue Feb 06, 2007 09:20 am

Our furnace broke last week. Not quite as cold as now but it still got pretty cold in here pretty fast so at 11pm we had to go sleep at MIL's until we could figure out who to call to fix it. There went a bunch of our tax refund money.

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Re : Is Everyone Staying Warm?

Postby denise » Tue Feb 06, 2007 08:50 am

Oy! That happened to a woman I spoke with over the weekend. Yikes, now is not the time to have furnace issues. Glad they were able to get out to you right away Kara!!

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Re : Is Everyone Staying Warm?

Postby kara » Mon Feb 05, 2007 09:10 pm

Not at my house either...it's too cold to take your clothes off! Our furnace went out today...and the baby sitter didn't tell me until 4:00..at which point we called furnace company and we were already on time and half for the technician. Fortunatly we have a wood burning fireplace...and wood. So I lit a fire and wrapped Avery in an electric blanket in her high chair until they got here and got it fixed tonight. $300 later...we are warming up. That'll teach us to NEVER skip furnace maintenance. D'oh!

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Re : Is Everyone Staying Warm?

Postby denise » Mon Feb 05, 2007 08:47 pm

quote:
Originally posted by Mada

I bet we have a lot of births come next november:)



Not at my house.[:o)][;)][:D]

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Re : Is Everyone Staying Warm?

Postby mada » Mon Feb 05, 2007 05:12 pm

Okay gals...It's your neighbor here in Northern Illinois and dear lord this is ridiculous!!! It's 25 degrees warmer in Alaska!!! Stay warm ladies!!!! I bet we have a lot of births come next november:)

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Re : Is Everyone Staying Warm?

Postby denise » Mon Feb 05, 2007 04:33 pm

We had -18 when we woke up with a windchill of almost -40. Brrrrr.... Stay warm ladies!



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Re : Is Everyone Staying Warm?

Postby kara » Mon Feb 05, 2007 03:59 pm

Sue, -4 is our high in Southcentral WI, -13 on the drive to work this AM. I think Wasau was -25 or something. And those do NOT include the windchill! I'm headin' south!

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Re : Is Everyone Staying Warm?

Postby mom2tori » Mon Feb 05, 2007 01:51 pm

We are all indoors today too. Victoria didn't have school today and we are very doubtful for her having it tomorrow too. She is doing great in school!! In fact she just received a letter home saying she got the principal/teacher award....I got to ask what that is exactly. Savanna is doing alright. She is getting very big and is also a happy baby (for the most part)She still has a bit of a cough from the pneumonia yet. Her doc said that could hang out for up to 6 weeks!! She was sleeping through the night and taking good naps but the last few nights she is up around 3 or 4. She still takes naps but they aren't as good as they were so we are guessing maybe teeth are on there way.


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