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http://www.amazon.com/s/?ie=UTF8&keywords=imse+vimse+wool+cure&tag=googhydr-20&index=aps&hvadid=13851088075&hvpos=1t1&hvexid=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=8953211151064914859&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=b&ref=pd_sl_j2rlu3gjt_b   2 bottles with the older labeling, free for shipping from 10031.
I've got the older packaging. Same stuff, though. This is for wool. Contains Lanolin. I've got 2 bottles. You pay for shipping from 10031
I dunno. Maybe it has to do with the size? You know if the shields fit, if the nipple can move easily in and out. It could also be that the soft cups might not be too good suction-wise? And again, it has to do with fit.
I had a homebirth, 4 years ago. DD was about 8. Present were: me, my husband, my daughter, and the doula that I hired to help me. Turns out that no one was there, long. Doula and midwife were there just 2 hours. New baby was born at around midnight.   My daughter got support from everyone, there. Except from me, I was kinda busy. When it came to pushing, my daughter was in the other room. Then, she came in when baby was born. So I did not have a dedicated sibling...
Show your baby a wide open mouth, before or after feeding. See if baby will mimic you. Do this very slowly, so baby can follow, they often will imitate at this age, but certainly by about 3 months. Do this with language, baby might do a wide mouth for you, in time. The previous suggestions were great.  
All the midwives I know recommend doulas. Midwives are clinicians. Midwives are not doulas. Of course midwives are absolutely fantastic, but it is important to know that they have clinical responsibilities. And in the birth center, midwives will have other clients, and charting to do. That means the midwife will more than likely not be available the whole time that you are birthing.
I need to start my own doula org and offer certifications. To me, the biggest benefit of certification is the money going to the founders taking the checks.
I don't sort when putting dirties in the laundry bin, I just sort as I put in a load --but I will go through everything and sort it, if I have a ton of stuff to wash. I do towels / sheets separately. I do laundry every morning and evening. Usually I will sort whatever laundry is in the bins next to the washer. Then, if I feel the load is light, I'll go to the bedrooms / bathroom / hallway and see what else can go in the same load. I must admit that I'm really picky about...
Have you seen these articles about fraud in Oakland charter school?   http://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/article/Oakland-charter-school-accused-of-fraud-may-close-3454213.php   and   http://www.times-standard.com/statenews/ci_20855605/audit-finds-fraud-at-oakland-charter-school       I am seeing fraud in charter schools all over the country. It makes one wonder if fraud, and bullying go hand-in-hand.  I know parents pick the best schools that they can, for...
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