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Any October 2004 babies?? Lock Rss


My daughter Kayla was born on 06th October 2004 and would love to here from other mother's who's baby/s were born in October 2004.

I also have a 3 1/2yr old son, Matthew.

My email address is [email protected]


Adele, Qld, Matthew (3 1/2), Kayla (7 weeks)

hey there my wee son Jacob was born october 27th 04

cherie,mum to Jacob born oct 2004

we have a little boy - Mason - who was born (c-section as he was breech) on October 14th. He is currently getting all smiley and gurgly which is pretty awesome. what are your bubs up to?

Leesa, Melbourne

I have twin boys born on 22nd Oct, they were 8 weeks early so have only had them home for 4 weeks now. I think one is just starting to smile, well trying anyway. One now weighs 3kgs and the other 4.4kgs. They are fantastic boys and sleep well. They put themselves to sleep which is great as I also have a 2.5 yr old girl.
Talk soon

Sydney,twin boys 22/10/04+girl 26/03/02


I have a beautiful daughter,born 19th Oct 2004. Weighed 8pd.5oz. She now weighs in @ 14pd.10. she is now 12 weeks old.
We had our first "Big" bath together last week and she squarks, giggles & grabs @ her mobile.

Keep us posted as to what your bub is up to.

My son was also born 06 October 2004, c-section as he was 10 pounds 10 and wasnt coming out on his own! Plus he was 14 days overdue, aparently he was quite comfy where he was!

Emma, WLG, proud mum of Owen


My daughter was born on Oct 8th, c-section as she was breech. We get the guurgles and smiles and real excitement at times now, it's fantastic. I also have a son who turns two on the 29th Jan. At the moment I am in the process of toilet training with him.


Kristina, Mum of James 3yrs & Matilda 14 months

Hi there,

I'm new to this site and have found it quite interesting. I am a mum to a boy born 16th October 2004, so he is currently 14 weeks old. He is a b/f baby but we are just starting to give him some formula feeds in a bottle, it is quite funny to watch his reaction, but he seems to be taking to it ok. He has also gone from sleeping around 6hours a night back to 2-4 hours which is driving me crazy, but I've been told its probably a growth spurt and he should change again soon - I hope so!!
He has started grabing the toys that hang from the arch over his play mat and trying to put them in his mouth - mind you everything seems to go into his mouth at the moment including his fists and he found his thumb which I'm not to happy about so I have introduced the dummy for sleep times.
Hope all is well with Kayla

Hi all Oct Mums,
Isn't it great seeing our littles ones starting to grow.
Although most of yours are the same age as mine 13 weeks, they are only classified as 5 weeks old. So some of the things I hear are happening with you guys, just aren't quite there with mine yet.

How are your little ones going? What sort of routine are they in? Do they sleep well- and how long do you let them go overnight?
Sorry for all the questions, just would be interesting to see how different they all are.
Talk soon

Sydney,twin boys 22/10/04+girl 26/03/02

Hi there,
You must have your hands full with twins, I don't know how you do it. My little one has his own routine really (which i am trying to change). He doesn't sleep too good over night, it was 6hrs but has gone back to 2 to 4 hours. During the day he might sleep for 40mins if i'm lucky. Each day seems to be different with us and it all depends on what happens during the night...
Fun & Games !!!
To tell you the truth I think it is much easier the second time round. The twins are soooooo good. Well so far anyway. I feed them every 4 hrs at the moment, and they sleep roughly 2-3 hrs in between day and night. I pretty much stick to a routine with feed, sleep etc, and I don't muck around with them or handle them too much. I suppose I am use to how they were handled in hospital, they were there for 6 weeks.
One of them has reflux so is a little more unsettled, but since we have had him on Zantac it has been so much better. And he hates anyone annoying him.

Saw the paed the other day, but because the little one is still a little small he said to keep on the 4 hours, my bigger one could go longer but once I start doing that I could be feeeding all day. (Not gunna happen) <:->
My first was a bit like yours Leigh N she hardly slept at all during the day, could not get a minutes peace, but by 8 weeks she was sleeping 8-12 hrs. Which was very nice. And just as you get use to that they decide to change again.
They are here to try us aren't they?

Sydney,twin boys 22/10/04+girl 26/03/02

Hi there

My little boy Jack was born 1 October, induction birth because I developing preeclampsia. I had a real bad pregnancy with him. Everything from him pressing against an ovarian cyst (Ouch), severe reflux, cellulitis, after the cat scratched my leg to hypertension and preeclampsia.

Bit weird, my first baby, Caitlin was the perfect pregnancy, so the specialist is still scratching his head as to why I had preeclampsia with a second child but not the first. I still say it's because he was a boy.

He's a reflux baby, which is slowly starting to come right, somedays we get through with no major spilling. And since the plunket nurse put him on AR formula, he's turned in to a really happy baby- after me suffering PND because he was so unsettled and constantly crying.

As for development, he's starting to pull himself forward in his car seat now, and is constantly smiling and gurgling. He's found his hands and yes the whole fist is going in the mouth.

He's now sleeping through the night most of the time - Yay, which is great as I'm back at work.

Leigh, I've also got a pacifier for sleep times too - so he won't suck his fingers.

Rere, NZ, mum of three

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