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If you're willing to drive to Novi, Kelly Krueger is great and she is very OK with delayed vaxing. Check out her website http://www.drkellykrueger.com/pediatric.htm
I'm a big fan of the Providence ABC. The midwives at Metro Partners are really awesome. I don't love the office that much (it's a bit factory-like), but the midwives and the ABC make up for it.  http://www.theabcunit.com/
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Dr. Krueger in Novi is wonderful and very open minded about delayed vaccinations. She even mentions it on her website.   http://www.drkellykrueger.com/pediatric.htm   http://www.drkellykrueger.com/biography.htm
When dd was a newborn (7 yrs ago), dh and I went to see the Narnia movie. We took dd along and she slept in her sling. I don't remember if she woke up or not, but if she did I probably nursed her back to sleep. I think it worked out OK and the theater was pretty empty.
I'm so sorry :(   I know the Ameda pump I got uses batteries or a plug. I don't know if that's an option. http://www.amazon.com/Ameda-Purely-Yours-Breast-Pump/dp/B004E9SW7G/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1370528636&sr=8-1&keywords=ameda+purely+yours   Just as a side, I noticed that the company billed the insurance around $330 for this pump (and it didn't come with any extras). What a ripoff!
Congrats, IronMam!   Not much here in the clothes dept either. I can't wear my maternity tops because they are huge on me, but my reg clothes don't fit either. If it was cold I could wear zip up hoodies and jackets, but they are too hot for now. I need loose, cool tops that are appropriate and comfortable for breast feeding.
I also use a cloth diaper at night.   I think this mentioned before, but I wanted to bring it up again now that our babies are here. Some insurance companies are now covering the cost of electronic breastpumps. I got an Ameda Purely Yours that was totally covered (I have a Blue Cross PPO through dh's work). I could have gotten the Medela also, but I preferred the Ameda. You can check out edgepark.com, they work with insurance companies and carry the breastpumps.
sleeping in the beco gemini
Another vote for the Beco, it usually puts my little guy to sleep! I just need the energy and space to babywear more often (it can be awkward with some of my activities).
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