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Good for you, makalani. :D Yay, majik! That's fantastic news! As for me, I have a big giant friend-crush. A wonderful womyn, with whom I made friends with a few months ago through our freeskool group, has been hanging out with me a lot lately. We even just recently went out to my wife's and my property out in the country with our families to consider and discuss beginning an intentional community out there! We're also doing "aquasize" together biweekly. lol I think...
Wow, majik; those are definitely some big changes. Best of luck, and feel free to message me if you need any support transitioning (I've done the monogamous thing often enough... lol). xo
You've got it! It could have happened from any number of things. Maybe the baby was just vaxxed and had an adverse effect, maybe it was an allergic reaction to some nurse's perfume; who the heck really knows. In short, there are many other things I'd need to know before ever agreeing that this was a "co-sleeping death."
Wow, you were right! Worst. Vid. Ever. I don't even know where to start about how ridiculous it is...  
I believe it means in-hospital. :)
:( My heart goes out to this mama. However, policy does not need to be changed; this mama was going to follow her intuition and put baby in the bassinet to sleep (she was probably overtired and knew!). Please vote in the poll to the right as to whether a newborn should be allowed tom sleep in bed with mama or not: http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/arts-and-life/life/health/regina-hospital-changing-policy-after-newborn-dies-in-bed-with-mom.html
Me too, but I'm open to it! ;)
Hi, there are no milk banks in SK that I'm aware of, but here's the link to the HM4HB group there: http://www.facebook.com/HM4HBSask   They do send a public heath nurse usually, but some of them are just useless... :/ Better to just go with LLL. Here's LLL in SK: http://www.lllc.ca/chapter-group/saskatchewan   Also, she may find this forum helpful: http://www.bfar.org/ It's designed for wymyn who have had breast surgery, but it's a good resource for anyone...
Why not? It happens! :)
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