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<p>Good Morning, sleepyheads!</p>
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<p>I took a sudafed last night.  Big mistake.  I was jazzed up all night.</p>
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<p>Soooo, it will be a long day here.</p>
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<p>Congrats to AdCo on completing the Ironman @ Lake Placid.</p>
 

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<p>Ugh.</p>
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<p>Good morning. Todd, i took a Claritin last night and could not sleep, my allergies felt WORSE! WTF? I should have just taken good ol benedryl. I literally felt like i was drowning, ick.<br>
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<p>Glad you avoided the scam, OBH. Keep looking, it will come your way.</p>
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<p>We already went to the grocery store, ate lunch, now Zoe and I will go to her craniosacral appointment and then stop at the bank and natural food store. OMG. Such a busy day!</p>
 

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<p>Happy Lunchtime!</p>
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<p>~*~*CONGRATS TO IRONMAN ADAM!!*~*~</p>
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<p>I have had a busy morning, and didn't have time to check in with my g'morn peeps. ♥ <smooch> ♥</p>
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<p>bootcamp at 6 am was interesting:</p>
<p>At the HS track, he had us doing 100m 'intervals' between sets with bands, med balls, pushups.</p>
<p>Total of 12+ intervals...I think...</p>
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<p>Snarky editorial~~~> Sissy and I were the only campers who 'ran' our intervals. Honestly, everyone else [other than the instructor] strolled...not even a powerpump. *yoiks*</p>
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<p>I then came home and did a 2 mile 'tempo plod' on the tm [was feelin' good, so why not]</p>
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<p>Quick brekky#2 and then went to the pond to finish staining the big pier.</p>
<p>AAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHH ran out of stain with 6 boards left</p>
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<p>So home for a shower and lunch, then off to run errands, one of which is to purchase another gallon of Cabot's New Cedar outdoor deck stain for the pier.</p>
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<p>Then back to the pond to finish the final 6 boards. OY!</p>
 

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<p>Good afternoon, party people!  It's been a good morning so far.  Recovery walk and pool time with the kids.  Miss SUnshine just swam about 25 feet on her own, and is seriously considering taking the plunge (heh) and attempting the swim test tomorrow.  If she passes the swim test, she gets a wrist band that lets her use any part of the pool, including the twisty slide.</p>
 

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<p>We have been taking Zoe for craniosacral for about 6 weeks. Mostly because she was always having teething symptoms and no teeth. She just got her first two (she is 14 months old). Also, she has a lot of sleep issues, but this was well secondary to the teething issues. She has not gotten any more teeth since we started treatment, but no teething symptoms and her sleep slightly improved for 3 days last week following the treatments. Also, when we first took her, there was a noticable ridge in the plates on her head, like a headband, and that is pretty much gone, and her face is more symmetrical. I was very surprised by a lot of the findings the therapist had upon our first visit. The woman we go to does a combination of CST and myofascial release.</p>
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<p>here is some info on CST</p>
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<p><a href="http://www.craniosacraltherapy.org/Whatis.htm" target="_blank">http://www.craniosacraltherapy.org/Whatis.htm</a></p>
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<p>Also, this woman specializes in infants and children. She does a lot of work in NICUs and a lot of work with women who are having breastfeeding issues from 0-6 weeks. She has a clinic every Wed for them at a reduced fee.</p>
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<p>The woman we go to is very well trained and I had sent her many patients over the years. She is a leader in the CST field with regards to children. And we know A LOT of the same people professionally, which always makes for good conversations :D</p>
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<p>The first couple treatments, Zoe screamed bloody murder. The treatments are super duper gentle but it is a common reaction. Lately, though, she has been doing really well during the treatments.</p>
 

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<p>Miss Sunshine didn't get first tooth until about 15 months.  It's amazing how well they can eat with no teeth.</p>
 

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<div class="quote-block">Originally Posted by <strong>jebba</strong> <a href="/forum/thread/69102/good-morning-monday#post_1926779"><img alt="View Post" class="inlineimg" src="/img/forum/go_quote.gif" style="border:0px solid;"></a><br><br><p>Miss Sunshine didn't get first tooth until about 15 months.  It's amazing how well they can eat with no teeth.</p>
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I was not concerned about the lack of teeth but more her obvious teething symptoms for months on end :( I am impressed what Zoe eats with no teeth!!!!!</p>
 

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<p>meri,</p>
<p>Wow, that is very interesting.</p>
<p>Good luck with continuing progress for Zoe!</p>
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<p>jebba,</p>
<p>Woohoo! to Miss Sunshine and the swim test. Fingers Xd for luck. xxx</p>
 
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