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kassandra g Due June 20 (girl); 34 kids; Spearman, Texas 82 posts
19th Nov '12
Quoting Ole' No Name:" <blockquote><b>Quoting kassandra g:</b>" is there a chance your pregnant..... just ... [snip!] ... that still and hes 13 months "</blockquote> I don't think so. What would me being pregnant have to do with that?"


babies can since if your pregnant and they can get really fussy and want to be stuck up your butt all the time

Ole' No Name Due July 3; TTC since Oct 2013; 1 child; Singapore, Singapore 6253 posts
19th Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting kassandra g:</b>" babies can since if your pregnant and they can get really fussy and want to be stuck up your butt all the time"</blockquote>




Nah, im on the depo and I tested like 4 days ago for the hell of it.
Probably just teething, lol.

kassandra g Due June 20 (girl); 34 kids; Spearman, Texas 82 posts
19th Nov '12
Quoting Ole' No Name:" <blockquote><b>Quoting kassandra g:</b>" babies can since if your pregnant and they ... [snip!] ... time"</blockquote> Nah, im on the depo and I tested like 4 days ago for the hell of it. Probably just teething, lol."


lol well thats probably not the case just give her some pain meds and see how she does :)

mom2andrew&carter 18 kids; Leesburg, Florida 2159 posts
19th Nov '12

give her some teething tablets and a teething toy. but kids go through stages like that sometimes my 20 month old is so independent and other times he just wants to be with me all the time my 2 month old on the other hand has always been a high need baby he has to be with me all the time unless hes napping

Kaibutsu 1 child; Virginia 3525 posts
19th Nov '12

I know how you feel mama, my 2 year old is whiny more often than not. He constantly needs to be up my butt whining at me no matter what I'm doing. I hope its just a phase for your little one because mine has been like this for a looong time and I'm going nuts. It's even worse when sick, and teething is almost unbearable. Thank goodness he only has 4 left.

Wolfskrieger 17 kids; Morgan Hill, California 1569 posts
19th Nov '12

Sounds like maybe teething might have to do with it. When my son gets really whiney I take out pots and pans, or go outside to get a little distraction so my son won't drool and whine all over me lol

Kaibutsu 1 child; Virginia 3525 posts
19th Nov '12

double post