Canada Post sends a reply to each letter to Santa, written by postal volunteers.
And you don't even need a stamp to mail the letter to Santa in the first place.
Only for Canadians, though.
Congratulations on the birth of your baby!
I don't have any preemie experience, but I do have lots of supplementing experience.
I did not like the Medlea SNS at all.
After trying several ways of supplementing, I ended up using the Lact-Aid supplementer..
There is a bit of a learning curve to get the hang of it, but there are lots of videos on youtube, and it truly is worth the initial effort in order to have the most supportive nursing relationship for the the length of ...
There has been a big range of opinions on the thread, which demonstrates to me that MDC is most certainly the place for it. There aren't many other forums in existence for discussions regarding extended nursing, and so this place is valuable and special in that regard.
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HI again, Granite ... Needs mentioning that in BC midwives practice under very strict protocols since the regulation of the 'industry' happened.Since then, it's not uncommon to hear the term 'medwives' in reference to BC midwives. They really do practice under the umbrella of imposed medical protocols ... well, perhaps not imposed, but certainly conservative, indeed.You can find their protocols on line (here, at the college of midwifery site connected to the school at...
And why yes, that is a shiny new avatar over there. So glad you noticed.
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As you were, folks.
I have a little piece of paper from back when E was born, with maniacally tiny writing recording all the friggin' weigh-ins, due to her 14% weight loss after birth and being so tiny to being with. Cue the onslaught of feeding/gaining struggles.
Epically long, tedious story made short, so long as you've got healthy output and baby is meeting milestones and isn't lethargic, then carry on, Mama!
You, my dear, are doing AWESOME!
Hmm. Not about the metal in my experience. Several countries, several airports, I've always had to lift my sleeping babies away from my body, even if just for a moment for a quick glance.
SO UNHELPFUL that there is no consistent experience so that parents can plan accordingly.