Originally Posted by BRmama
I totally understand, I have sad so anytime you want to talk about it I'm here for you. Also we're pretty easygoers here. I personally think this time of the year is perfect weather for going out. Not too cold or too hot but then again since being pregnant I'm always hot lol.
Aw, thanks! This is an awesome time of year for going out. We've spent most of our days outside lately and it's been glorious. Wanna meet at a park say Monday or Friday next week? It's supposed to be in the 80s. We can come out by you since you're pg
and shouldn't have to drive as far.
Also, do you have someone to bring you meals when baby comes? I'd love to sign up!
I'm not sure what happened to your question about the U in this post (DD is helping me type, so I'm sure that's where it went
) but I am finishing up my BA in English. I'm hoping to be a high school english teacher someday.
|So here's a random thought from lack of sleep . When this baby comes I'm sure there'll be a little bit of jealousy on Landon's part which is to be expected anyway. He (Landon) will see me bf his little brother. Do you suppose he'd want to be bf too? He'll only be 21 months and I'd love to ebf him. Idk maybe not. Okay I'm gonna go now before I ramble more. This is what happens when I'm lacking sleep lol .
No, I think it's a totally valid concern. I think you'd find, if you asked at LLL, that a lot of moms had older kids who asked to nurse when a younger one was born. I had several friends who experienced this. You can say yes or no, depending on how you feel. Some kids just want to know if you'll say yes. Some really want to see what it's about but don't remember how so get bored quickly. And then some, like Andrew, really want some milk.
He was weaned 5mo before Jane was born and he still asks on a weekly basis. I would still consider him weaned because most of the time I'm refusing, but sometimes he has a few sips.
I've heard that tandem nursing is really good for sibling rivalry. It also takes a whole lot out of you to make milk for two kids. I had supply issues with Andrew so I didn't want him hogging the baby's milk, but it doesn't matter so much now that Jane is mostly eating solids.
Probably what's more likely is that Landon will ask if HE can nurse the baby
. Andrew did a lot of that too.