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post #51 of 188 (permalink) Old 06-03-2013, 02:04 PM
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Yes it was Peaches. She is the first girl Ive had to pull from a sorority in a long time! She went on a tear and nipped up the other girls. In a tank full of tough girls she was by far the number 1 thug. You tried breeding her once didn't you? She is so pretty for such a tough girl.
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post #52 of 188 (permalink) Old 06-03-2013, 02:06 PM Thread Starter
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Peaches either scared the males (until I REALLY conditioned them), or she'd destroy his nest on purpose.... Then of course she was a dud LOL. She always tried to win against your giant gals.. xD

Also, still looking for a dog. I will say I LOVE pomeranians.

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So, good news, they finally replied... I am still getting the dog. DEFINITELY rottie cross. Got another picture!
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She is very nice, Sena! I have never owned a dog (not my choice) but I have seen how motivating they can be.
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I was woken up this morning quite rudely by the niece whining... So I do have a headache, and I am TIRED. Thus cranky. When rudely awakened (except with babies as I have dealt with before, or pet/family emergencies), I don't do good. So she is going to bed early because I am not dealing with her stuff.

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So reading on "flinstones vitamins VS prenatal".... Are prenatal vitamins that big?! All comments or posts about it complain of one of two things: nausea, or inability to take the large pills (and hate them crushed). I will say taking horse-pill-vitamins never happened for me because I can't do it... I mean my fish oil stuff says "35% smaller than the original" which I am thankful for because it still sucks

I feel a little sick right before bed... ;(

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Prenatals are that big. Hence is why I stuck to Flinstones, and plan to if we decide that we need a larger brood.

I'm glad that they got back to you about your sweetheart, I'd be bummed for you if they didn't!!

flat vernors or a big glass of vitamin D milk were my best friends with nausea and heartburn. A lot of the meds they tall you that you're not supposed to have, they tell you this horrible news when you need them most! lol
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I'll tell the doc "no way!" On that too lol. Just means I MUST make sure to keep my diet more rich in nutrients and such.

I would have been too! I have my heart set on her

I knew the initial "cramps" were not menstrual when Advil dod not work. Advil for menstrual for me aught to knock me on my arse. It didn't even dull a little bit... And then finding out a "for sure" it was a "whoops! All well" deal since I only took it once... And I know I can't take it for headaches and stuff that'll suck. My headahes do progress over the day until it really hurts.

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Now I'm wondering how big prenatal vitamins are. I don't have trouble swallowing full sized fish oil pills or the One-A-Day multivitamins. Are prenatal vitamins bigger than either of those pills? : /

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I will assume so :/ because I dislike larger vitamins anyways (hence why I never take them) those would be so bad.

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