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gunzz
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7/23/2009 11:21:30 AM

qntmfred
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I still think it's funny that instead of threads about TWW Babes, now we got threads about TWW Babies

7/23/2009 4:08:37 PM

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7/23/2009 8:41:31 PM

BobbyDigital
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do we need a TWW Cribs thread of a different sort?

7/24/2009 7:42:27 AM

mdozer73
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^^^^That's Awesome!

Of course, he would be excited about a Gerber Graduates Party! He loves some spaghetti oh's.

7/24/2009 2:35:25 PM

Kitty B
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It's a girl! Meet Tessa! She can do a perfect high kick.



I left out the shot up her skirt showing her girlie parts. Don't need to be charged with child pornography...

7/25/2009 9:00:40 PM

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Erynn Rose Long. She showed up on 7/11 weighing a solid 8 lbs 4 oz. Good times!

http://www.rustylong.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/babyblog-02-15.jpg
http://www.rustylong.com/blog/2009/07/babyblog-act-two-visitation-recovery/
http://www.rustylong.com/blog/2009/07/babyblog-act-three-acclimation/

7/28/2009 2:25:17 PM

qntmfred
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congrats! we used that kind of pacifier

7/28/2009 4:23:52 PM

Honkeyball
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They gave it to us at the hospital actually...

We recently switched to another one (I think by Avent?) The rubber on the rim appeared to be rubbing the skin on her chin raw, and since changing to a slightly different shaped one, it's been good. But it's still a similar shape, rather than the big thumb-shaped ones that you see all over the place. (Supposedly it interferes with the shaping of the upper front teeth less. I have yet to check claim out though.)

7/28/2009 5:08:00 PM

BobbyDigital
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ah, we hated the soothies.

mostly because it was the only one our daughter would take for a long time, and there was no way to clip it onto her.

We cut her off of the pacifiers at about 17 months, but sometimes I wish i could stuff one in her mouth when she's cranky.

7/28/2009 5:27:07 PM

pirate5311
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Tyler


20 months


12 months


birthday



7/31/2009 5:10:55 PM

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I'm pretty sure I see either a ferret or some sort of snake in that photo.

7/31/2009 5:35:39 PM

bottombaby
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My son never used a pacifier. That's one battle we didn't have to fight.

7/31/2009 5:38:26 PM

wolfpackgrrr
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What's the purpose of a pacifier anyway? My aunt is adamant about her kids never getting near one so I thought they were now considered a bad thing?

8/8/2009 12:43:21 PM

BobbyDigital
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I don't think they're inherently bad. But as they get older, if they're still using a pacifier they tend to not want to babble or talk, so it can delay speech development, but nothing that's going to ruin your kid's life.

That and it's one more thing to have to remember to take with you and have extras of.

On the other side of the argument, when they're really young, they need something to suck on as a soothing mechanism. If they don't have something like a pacifier, they'll suck their thumb, or fingers. It's a lot easier to get a kid off of a pacifier than get them out of the habit of thumb sucking.

8/8/2009 1:10:13 PM

bottombaby
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Yeah, a pacifier can be a good thing. The sucking action is soothing to newborns and there is thought that the use of one reduces SIDS. The only down side to an infant using a pacifier is that it can affect the mother's milk supply because the pacifier is used for soothing instead of the breast.

However, if your kid is attached to a pacifier at an older age, Lord help you! Getting some kids of a passy is like getting a crack addict to kick the habit. As they get older, it interferes with not only speech development, but can cause orthodontic issues. And man, if you lose their passy and don't have another one -- meltdown. Total baby meltdown.

Our son refused pacifiers. Fortunately, he never had any interest in sucking his fingers either.

8/9/2009 6:26:50 PM

NCSUWolfy
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i was a thumb sucker and my mom had to put this gross stuff on my finger to make me not want it. but it worked

8/9/2009 11:15:56 PM

sd2nc
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hey Pirate, where'd you get that RUN shirt?

8/10/2009 12:03:09 AM

qntmfred
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8/10/2009 12:57:35 AM

wolfpackgrrr
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^ She's saving you money on a real bed

8/10/2009 5:21:19 AM

Kitty B
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i should have a new picture tomorrow!

she's kicking up a storm now. little kung fu master.

8/10/2009 12:00:31 PM

punchmonk
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that is so great Kitty B!!

8/10/2009 9:22:05 PM

Kitty B
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false alarm.

just did the heart doppler this time.

8/11/2009 6:23:03 PM

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8/13/2009 2:58:53 AM

BobbyDigital
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^ hahaha, that last picture looks like she's about to bow up on someone.

8/13/2009 9:46:09 AM

Cee-Jay
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A chance to AW my son?! Coming out of retirement for this one! Here is Alexander...6 months old now.

For Fathers Day:















And an AW for me too...in honor of the old days...



Hey everyone...

8/17/2009 11:30:25 AM

se7entythree
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that is one cute baby! great (quality) photos too

8/17/2009 11:40:53 AM

Cee-Jay
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Thanks...my husband and I both like fiddling with photography. He's one well photographed kid.

8/17/2009 12:09:29 PM

DirtyGreek
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My baby is whatever new thing I was able to buy myself or my wife with the money saved by not having kids

But congrats to all you breeders

8/17/2009 4:22:07 PM

punchmonk
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Cee-Jay your baby is so beautiful, I honestly thought he was a girl at first. Great pics too!
BTW, your body rocks! [no homo]

8/17/2009 4:42:30 PM

Fumbler
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Cutest baby award:


Runner up:

8/18/2009 3:18:18 PM

sd2nc
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My son empties out the dog toy basket and watches Blue's Clue's in it.




8/18/2009 6:07:11 PM

NCSUWolfy
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too cute!! ^

you better get him a hammock for when he grows out of the basket

8/18/2009 10:40:33 PM

Cee-Jay
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Winner Winner Chicken Dinner! My AWing efforts were fruitful. Thanks Fumbler...

8/19/2009 4:55:16 AM

HockeyRoman
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^ I think Josh (Gamecat to the rest of you) said it best a few months ago. "Our babies is having babies!"

8/20/2009 1:27:45 AM

Kitty B
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Not a picture of the baby, but a picture of one of our cats HUGGING our unborn baby. He did this for hours, purring happily.

8/21/2009 11:32:29 PM

qntmfred
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hahha awww

8/22/2009 11:42:57 AM

NCSUWolfy
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omg that is too cute!!! how sweet, i bet the baby liked the purring

8/22/2009 1:48:08 PM

ssjamind
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remember parents:

http://www.c00lstuff.com/1133/Do_s_and_don_ts_with_babies/

8/25/2009 12:07:41 PM

BobbyDigital
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^ ah, i hadn't seen that since before I had a kid of my own.

I've used my finger on more than one occasion

8/25/2009 12:58:44 PM

ScHpEnXeL
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8/25/2009 6:43:46 PM

wolfpackgrrr
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^ hahahahaha

8/27/2009 2:15:51 AM

Senez
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Wellll...I've avoided posting it for a while, but here it is, anyway.

My wife and I are expecting our first in January. We found out Tuesday that we're having a boy.

We're stoked. But she's had to be admitted to the hospital three times so far due to hyperemesis. Not cool, dude. Not cool.

On the flip side, if we have the kid before Dec. 31, it won't cost anything.

9/3/2009 11:07:48 AM

Finish
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I've also got a boy on the way on 1/26/10. Our first. 1/26 is also the date of the UNC/NC State basketball game. I'm hoping our boy stays in the womb during the game and comes out later. I don't want him to have to witness that.

9/13/2009 5:51:06 PM

qntmfred
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^^, ^ congrats!

9/13/2009 7:02:06 PM

aaronburro
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DO NOT WANT!!!

9/14/2009 12:54:38 AM

NCSUWolfy
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i saw a kid at ihop with that run dmc shirt on and thought of this thread

9/15/2009 3:52:16 PM

Agent 0
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what if one day someone on here posts "i am"

ahaha

9/15/2009 3:55:17 PM

ambrosia1231
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While logging in, there was an ad for


...The Land of Nod
TWW is getting so old.

9/17/2009 4:22:06 PM

0EPII1
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--->

9/18/2009 6:18:32 AM

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