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Breastfeeding is not inappropriate! There is nothing wrong with breastfeeding! I attended a wedding this summer, very fancy, full of mainstream folks. I breastfed several times that night and nobody gave me a second glance. I bought a wrap dress for easy access and fed her whenever she wanted- just like I always do.
Quote: Originally Posted by KittyKat Geesh, what are the boards coming to when you can't come on the BABYWEARING BOARD and post a HUMOROUS THREAD about how trying out a stroller opened your eyes to a different POV without having to post a dang disclaimer "Sorry if this offends stroller using parents, etc. etc." OP: once I got into the babywearing love with my 4th, I tried putting him in a stroller like I used to with my older kids... it...
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Try a wrap or mai-tai. You can wear one on the front and one on the back. Thebabywearer.com has directions for carrying multiples if I remember correctly.
Check out the vaccination forum here. Your MDs logic is flawed. If you get the flu shot, there is no guarantee that you wont get the flu.
My nipples were pierced for a few years before I got pregnant. I took mine out when I was about 3 months along. My nips were sore and they had gotten much bigger...the 1/2" barbells were far too small for the job by then! Your nipples should be well healed by this point, so take them out whenever you want. If the holes are healed, when you take the jewelry out you will be left with a fistula. The fistula does not need to close over to successfully nurse. You might have...
I have the Evenflo Elan pump. http://www.target.com/gp/detail.html...sin=B000CDPHF8 I like it. I have never had a problem with bruised nipples, it's very comfortable to use, easy to clean and the case it comes in is pretty clever too.
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I thought you all might get a out of this I am a certified Pharmacy Technician. While I was in school to become a tech, we learned about medication errors and how to minimize them. Here are a few direct quotes from one of my textbooks: "On the basis of a summary of several studies, Allan and Barker (1990) estimated that medication errors occur at a rate of about one per patient per day." "Patients suffer from the unwanted effects of drugs. Such events are called...
My milk took about 4 days to come in. I've read that it is normal for milk to take a few days to come in...that's why you have the colostrum. Colostrum is all the baby needs in the first few days. Baby won't starve. It's normal for breastfed babies to lose a bit of weight in the first week. They tend to gain it back. My DD was back at her birth weight within a week
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