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  1. Thankyou! yes it’s a very good sign and not easy to do. I did have home start but they discharged me as said I was doing so well ( before he left) I will ask my HV what she suggests.....
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  2. Thanks for you kind message. yes he’s going to get some help and support. I hope he doesn’t walk away from us because they are the most beautiful babies. It’s so hard as I have just got back to work..... xx
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  3. @Issyomg can’t imagine! 😮 thank you for your advice 😊
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  4. Hello 💞 That sounds like a really exciting trip! Maybe you could plan to stop after and hour and if they seem happy or asleep then just keep going untill maybe the 2 hour mark then take a stop! I know there are some new "recommendations" on how long they should be in a seat for but I think also its a one off and common sense must come into play a little ! Like @CityMum said, plan for everything - I remember once we drove to Germany from the south coast of uk with our 18month old at the time and in the first half hour she projectile vommited everywhere and we couldn't easily stop and the whole car smelt of sick 😖 was awful and I wasn't at all prepared for this I only had the holiday clothes as spare 🙈 Xx
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  5. I think as long as you are prepared for ALL eventualities then you'll be just fine !!! And they are a good age now not tiny babies which would sound like a very stress idea!! Plan plenty of stops along the way and maybe some fresh air a little walk around a service station ect and I think you'll be just fine!!!!!! The longest we've gone is 3 hours and that was okay just had to plan!!!! Xxxx
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