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SleeplessEyes
post Apr 16 2020, 03:24 PM

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QUOTE(SheepGeeks @ Jan 7 2020, 05:12 PM)
I'm not sure you're trolling here or what, it's serious section here.

Anyway, my wife miscarriage last 2 month ago. Let the past as a past, now planning to try again this year. Hope everything will go smooth.
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If your wife having a miscarriage I suggest you bring her to a woman's clinic or specialist to check on her body condition. You might not know that she may have another miscarriage during proper pregnancy.

As for yourself,
You need to talk to your wife, if she is open for such discussion.

I know how it feels as a man, when i first got to know my wife is pregnant of our first daughter, and this is all a sudden - Not to say unplanned, but we have tried like many times over the years, due to my wife body condition.
When i first got to know, yes, I felt like Oh My God. But I learn to take it slowly. Step by step. Dont feel as though you need to do it one lumpsum.

As for financial situation you need to prepare yourself for next 10 months, set aside an amount for the cost of delivery,if you are planning to do it at private hospital, and abit for confinement,
If you want affordability, you can check out KPJ Hospitals. Second would be Columbia Asia.

During her pregnancy period, her gynae doctor may require her to visit once every 1-2 months. Usually the cost of visit is around RM 300-400 on average, based on experience with Columbia Asia.

If you still have financial difficulty , you may want to speak to your parents to seek some assistance. I'm sure they would want to help you, as it benefits them as future grandparents.

This post has been edited by SleeplessEyes: Apr 16 2020, 03:25 PM
Yveatel
post Apr 16 2020, 09:14 PM

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QUOTE(coolhunter88 @ Apr 16 2020, 12:14 PM)
does anyone uses cloth napkins as diapers??
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lampin?
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post Apr 17 2020, 01:35 PM

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QUOTE(Yveatel @ Apr 16 2020, 09:14 PM)
lampin?
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I guess its called lampin..

coolhunter88
post Apr 17 2020, 01:35 PM

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Also, my 2 months old newborn is eating lesser and lesser.
previously 4 to 4.5 oz...
But now reducing lesser.. 3oz then start to resist already...
FM btw..
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post Apr 17 2020, 06:19 PM

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QUOTE(coolhunter88 @ Apr 17 2020, 01:35 PM)
I guess its called lampin..
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I did, mixed. Pampers/Diapers mixed usage with lampin. I do have bought the reusable type also, quite good.
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post Apr 18 2020, 01:22 PM

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QUOTE(Yveatel @ Apr 17 2020, 06:19 PM)
I did, mixed. Pampers/Diapers mixed usage with lampin. I do have bought the reusable type also, quite good.
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just seek an advice, if use the cloth diapers (lampin), will it wet the bedsheet ?
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post Apr 18 2020, 04:57 PM

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Check in as a father of two daughters. One very outdoor type, another very indoor. rclxub.gif rclxub.gif
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post Apr 18 2020, 10:00 PM

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QUOTE(coolhunter88 @ Apr 18 2020, 01:22 PM)
just seek an advice, if use the cloth diapers (lampin), will it wet the bedsheet ?
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Yes it will. Use a mattress protector.
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post Apr 20 2020, 08:39 PM

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QUOTE(coolhunter88 @ Apr 15 2020, 01:09 PM)
sorry to ask but, how much does your baby weight at age 5 months??
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abt 8.1kg @ 5 months
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post Apr 24 2020, 09:10 PM

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i don't wanna open new thread but i just wanna ask
any of u guys married a single mom before?
how old is her kids? ever thought of changing the kid's surname to yours?
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post Apr 30 2020, 10:59 AM

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Hey guys, jsut would like to check, using a washing machine to wash baby cloths will be more effective or handwash??
Effective sense of cleanliness..
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post Apr 30 2020, 04:17 PM

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QUOTE(coolhunter88 @ Apr 30 2020, 10:59 AM)
Hey guys, jsut would like to check, using a washing machine to wash baby cloths will be more effective or handwash??
Effective sense of cleanliness..
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i think just wash in the washing machine is better. can use the baby detergent ABC or something, forgot. that works well.
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post Apr 30 2020, 10:49 PM

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QUOTE(coolhunter88 @ Apr 30 2020, 10:59 AM)
Hey guys, jsut would like to check, using a washing machine to wash baby cloths will be more effective or handwash??
Effective sense of cleanliness..
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washing machine la. ain't got no time to handwash. use the gentle setting if your baby clothes are delicate. hot/warm water cleans better. u can't dip your hands in warm/hot water, can u? as for detergent, i use pureen. powder or liquid, up to u
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post May 9 2020, 03:50 PM

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Hey guys,
just would like some info, if you feed your newborn.. lets say 3 scoops of milk..
how much water would you put??

I'm currently filling 3oz water, then 3 scoops of milk...
or 4 oz water, then 4 scoops of milk.. .
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post May 10 2020, 12:49 PM

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QUOTE(coolhunter88 @ Apr 30 2020, 10:59 AM)
Hey guys, jsut would like to check, using a washing machine to wash baby cloths will be more effective or handwash??
Effective sense of cleanliness..
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recommend hand wash unless your washing machine is dedicated for baby clothes only.

however, if u r lazy, then just wash using washing machine and dont mix with adult clothes.

my wife and me hand wash all our baby's clothes.

QUOTE(coolhunter88 @ May 9 2020, 03:50 PM)
Hey guys,
just would like some info, if you feed your newborn.. lets say 3 scoops of milk..
how much water would you put??

I'm currently filling 3oz water, then 3 scoops of milk...
or 4 oz water, then 4 scoops of milk.. .
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yes.....correct
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post May 10 2020, 04:32 PM

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QUOTE(farscope @ May 10 2020, 12:49 PM)
recommend hand wash unless your washing machine is dedicated for baby clothes only.

however, if u r lazy, then just wash using washing machine and dont mix with adult clothes.

my wife and me hand wash all our baby's clothes.
yes.....correct
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thanks for your advice.
btw, im feeding S26 Milk formula for newborn...
seems there's lots of red spots on the cheek and white sandy spots on the body, arms and thigh... is this means of too heaty??
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post May 11 2020, 12:30 AM

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QUOTE(coolhunter88 @ May 9 2020, 03:50 PM)
Hey guys,
just would like some info, if you feed your newborn.. lets say 3 scoops of milk..
how much water would you put??

I'm currently filling 3oz water, then 3 scoops of milk...
or 4 oz water, then 4 scoops of milk.. .
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Just follow the instructions on the milk packet. And adjust as necessary according to how much ml you really need. But keep it to the same ratios always.
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post May 11 2020, 01:34 PM

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Hi guys, out of topic but not sure where else to ask.. any suggestions for child seats? Main criteria is not too bulky, and is airy (baby sweat a lot).. price range around rm1k, not too particular about safety as it will be used around town and more important to get the baby to sit inside rather than crying for the mum... as long as not those ridiculously cheap brand then I'm happy smile.gif

Something like chicco nextfit range or Graco extend2fit ( but it's very bulky), and not sure if the fabric is cool.
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post May 11 2020, 06:52 PM

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QUOTE(ernie ball @ May 11 2020, 01:34 PM)
Hi guys, out of topic but not sure where else to ask.. any suggestions for child seats? Main criteria is not too bulky, and is airy (baby sweat a lot).. price range around rm1k, not too particular about safety as it will be used around town and more important to get the baby to sit inside rather than crying for the mum... as long as not those ridiculously cheap brand then I'm happy smile.gif

Something like chicco nextfit range or Graco extend2fit ( but it's very bulky), and not sure if the fabric is cool.
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Online from Lazada or shopee. Joie or Evenflo
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post May 13 2020, 05:34 PM

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hello every parents,
i've bought a baby cot for my newborn.. it has 2 layers.. the 1st level is for a certain weight..
the 2nd level which is nearly to be on the ground... i would like to get a mattress to stack on it... does anybody know where can i look for it???

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