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I can't even fathom another baby at this point, although DH and I have talked about me SAHM once #2 shows up so maybe I should get working on that.


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Freja woke up with a snotty nose today. I'm wondering if it is a cold or allergies. She has no other symptoms and the snot isn't crazy... enough to make noise when she breathes until I suck it out with the aspirator bulb, but not enough to seriously impair breathing through her nose. The snot is clear with a slight yellow tinge, not runny but not very thick. My allergies are driving me nuts, they have been for about a week, they had been a little better but this morning my eyes are itchy and my nose has been snotty, too. To the best of my knowledge we haven't been exposed to any colds. Do babies get allergies (besides food, I know they get those) this young?
post #23 of 100
Katroshka, I have no clue about the snotty nose, but I love the new avatar pic of Freja!

I thought of you all at 5a this morning during grunty time! How sweet, all of our babes grunting along together.

We are currently in the midst of a 12 hour car trip. And we have 6 more hours tomorrow. Harper is doing so well! Sleeping like crazy and tolerating the car very well. I know this is going to mess with her natural schedule, though. I hope we aren't paying for this goodness for too long. Please God let her keep her days and nights straight!


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oh we are pretty sure number #4 will be along in two years or so. my body seems to naturally space my children about 2 years apart.

 

I love baby smiles!!!!

I really need to do something active. my clothes are starting to depress me. i hate pants right now...

 

Cael sleeps pretty well at night when he finally settles for the night which isn't until midnight or so. but he'll sleep until 3 or 4 amd nurse very briefly. He really doesn't get up until 8 or so.

post #25 of 100

Max has a stuffy nose too.  DH had a cold this week.

 

He got a fever over night though =( (the baby did).  =(   It was 100.1 and then this morning down to 99.3.    I feel a bit guilty that I had not realized in the middle of the night that with his age we were actually close to the mark that might be an emergency - or at least a definite doctors visit.  To be honest I was not that worried in the middle of the night.  I just did not feel like he was really very sick.  

 

I did call this morning and the nurse said to just keep taking his temp and watching him.  He seems generally pretty normal.  Was a bit fussy and hard to get to sleep last night but still normal the rest of the night (including the 5am grunt session).

 

 

I feel a lot better about the fever right now though cause I just got SMILES!!  love.gif   biggrinbounce.gif     he has given out maybe 6 total smile in the last 2 weeks (one to my boob) and this morning I just got about 6 all for me in a short time.    Such a cutie pie!

 

My dad is flying in today for his first visit so I am really hoping the fever and mucus are all short lived.

post #26 of 100

We have our first real ped appointment today!  I am anxious to know how much he weighs.  DH graduates this weekend--hooding ceremony on Saturday, departmental graduation on Sunday.  Didn't think far enough ahead to find a sitter for DS1.  Not sure it's a good idea to take a two year old and a newborn to graduation ceremonies, but I might try.  I've never tried to have DS1 sit through anything like that.  And we don't have any fancy electronic devices to occupy him.  Hmmm....  I want to be excited and supportive, but part of me also just wants to stay home!

 

No sickness here yet, thankfully.  Although I woke up in the middle of the night and smelled cigarette smoke really strongly.  I hate living in an apartment sometimes.  Our downstairs neighbors are really sweet, but they are super chain smokers.

post #27 of 100

we had our 6-week appointment with the midwife yesterday. I've actually gained a pound since two weeks. I wouldn't mind so much, but since that means I'm 26lbs over my pre-pregnancy weight, I'm going to need to buy new pants, shorts, and maybe some skirts, I'm not looking forward to the expense. 

 

Isaac is up to 10lbs 8 oz, so one lb in the last three weeks, not a huge weight gain, but not a tiny one either. 

 

DD is scheduled to film a TV show on Sunday. they needed a toddler with a mullet, and my mom, who's costuming, got her cast. of course right after DD got cast she hit her head and has a bruise with a big scratch on her forehead. 

post #28 of 100
So I guess it was just allergies or something. After I tortured Freja with the snot sucker the second time around midday the snot didn't come back and she's been totally fine. Yay! We've been doing pretty well about fending off colds this year and I don't want to start getting them now! I hate summer colds.

It's cooled down a lot and Freja is obviously happy about it, she's super duper calm today and yesterday, and giving out lots and lots of smiles. She's been smiling at us for a couple of weeks now, but every day she's been smiling more, and it makes me so happy!

Virginia- good luck with your trip, I'm jealous!

jcregan- I hope Max feels better soon, poor thing!

jayray- good luck with the appt and ceremony, but I'm sure everything will be great.
post #29 of 100
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happy mother's day, you wonderful mamas!!

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Harper is such a grunty baby from 4/5am on. And I am a light sleeper so it's not really a good combo.
 

 

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I have been stressing, crying, and just generally freaking out about Harper going to daycare. Sad thing is, I work as an administrator at the dang place! We have great teachers, high standards, etc., etc. I would recommend our place to anyone. But my heart just breaks at the thought of her spending the majority of her day with people other than me, especially since we nurse so much and have been together basically every minute she's been alive! I go back in 4 weeks and am dreading it.
 

 

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This is Harper, too. She won't pee until about 5am. So I have gotten lazy and stopped attempting to change her when she wakes up in the middle of the night. Bad mom??

 


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You are very lucky to have such a helpful friend! 
 

 

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In college I was obsessed with both yurts and geodesic domes and would love to camp in a yurt. Have fun and share photos when you get back.
 

 

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Next one? jaw2.gif Seriously? Already??
 

 



 



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oh geez i can't even think about going back to work.. thankfully I don't have to. I have leave until January ( yay cananda ! )and then i hope i wont have to go back to work then anyways cause i'll be so busy with homeschool and three kids.

 

Cael is such a smiley happy baby. he definately has a fussy period 10 - 1130 pm ish usually at some point in there he gets cranky it's really the only time we actually use a pacifer



 



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Sam also doesn't  pee much during the night!  It freaked me out at first too, but he also pees a lot as soon as he wakes up.  He's been relatively easy, but not as easy as DS1.  I can't really put him down for more than a few minutes and he is difficult to put to sleep at night--but I figure it will get better.  He'll be 5 weeks tomorrow and has his one month WBV on Friday.  I'm interested to see how much he weighs now!!  He doesn't seem that much bigger to me, but DH thinks he is.

 

I've also been anxious about going back to work--although I work from home.  But this is the challenge.  DS1 is being really needy and moody and a bit aggressive toward Sam.  I have to be constantly on guard when they're both awake.  I am using the tv way too much, but it makes life so much easier.  I'm hoping that he'll chill out soon.  I'm trying to remember that it's a big transition for him and to show him some grace.

 

I'm excited about the big changes ahead!!

 

(I am also already thinking about another baby--isn't that funny?  Having two is really challenging.  I can't imagine having a third, but at the same time it feels inevitable and desirable.)



 



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yup!! dh and i are both ready if/when another little one sprouts. i wouldn't blink if it happened tomorrow but honestly i don't see it happening til closer to a year. just excited for our future!! orngbiggrin.gif



 



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Freja woke up with a snotty nose today. I'm wondering if it is a cold or allergies. She has no other symptoms and the snot isn't crazy... enough to make noise when she breathes until I suck it out with the aspirator bulb, but not enough to seriously impair breathing through her nose. The snot is clear with a slight yellow tinge, not runny but not very thick. My allergies are driving me nuts, they have been for about a week, they had been a little better but this morning my eyes are itchy and my nose has been snotty, too. To the best of my knowledge we haven't been exposed to any colds. Do babies get allergies (besides food, I know they get those) this young?


 



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Katroshka, I have no clue about the snotty nose, but I love the new avatar pic of Freja!

I thought of you all at 5a this morning during grunty time! How sweet, all of our babes grunting along together.

We are currently in the midst of a 12 hour car trip. And we have 6 more hours tomorrow. Harper is doing so well! Sleeping like crazy and tolerating the car very well. I know this is going to mess with her natural schedule, though. I hope we aren't paying for this goodness for too long. Please God let her keep her days and nights straight!


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Edited by Banana731 - 5/8/11 at 5:07pm
post #31 of 100

 

After Max's temp went up Friday night to 100.7 we ended up at the clinic on Saturday morning and although he looked good except for the congestion and temp the doctor wanted to do some other tests because of his young age.  I guess it is really easy to miss things like pneumonia or a blood infection at this age..  

 

So we ended up with a loooooong morning on Saturday involving an x-ray (checking for pneumonia) and a first attempt at a blood draw for a culture and blood count etc.  The nurses at the clinic could not get a vein (they just tried once and then admitted defeat).    So they sent me over the hospital for a draw at their lab.  Luckily their phlebotomist who is a wiz with babies was there and he had the draw in one very quick and easy try!  Yeah him!   All the tests have come back as normal so it really is most likely just a cold virus.  Lots of hubbub for a cold.

 

After that stressful morning we ended up with a great day of flower planting and SUN (rain was predicted) so I was able to relax and got a tad of sleep last night (in between snorting of mucus).

 

His fever did not get very high last night and is completely normal now... hoping it stays down this evening so we will be done!

post #32 of 100

I lost my multi-quotes....grrrr.

 

Simon was 7 weeks yesterday and it shocks me how fast the time flies!!  He's close to 14lbs according to our scale and a little chubalub.  We need to measure him too because he seems so long!  He barely fits into longer 3month onsies, and is in 3-6 months for the rest of his clothes.  I'm going back to work the week after next and oscillating between fine and having a breakdown over it. I was a wreck with Fiona, which I think was partially due to the fact that she wouldn't take a bottle and screamed all day.  Simon is taking a bottle like a champ though so that's one thing I don't need to worry about.  We're lucky in that we don't have to worry about day care...both kids will be at home with my husband.  

 

Aliy: Yay Canada...as an ex-pat I weep over my paltry 8 weeks (I'm from Ontario...near Hamilton).

 

1bighappyfam: I wish I was thinking forward to our next baby!  I would love another but my husband is happy with two and wants to stop.  I think if we were younger (he'll be 40 in June, I'm 37) he'd be more amenable, but he's thinking how old he'll be at college graduations.

 

jcregan: so scary with the fever!  Glad Max is fine.

 

Happy Mother's Day Mamas!! 

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last night DD had her film shoot last night. she did perfect

 

this morning I woke up to a very smiley baby orngbiggrin.gif I love baby smiles

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I hope everyone had a nice Mother's Day!  I start pumping today.  Wish me luck!
 

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Simon was 7 weeks yesterday and it shocks me how fast the time flies!!  He's close to 14lbs according to our scale and a little chubalub.  We need to measure him too because he seems so long!  He barely fits into longer 3month onsies, and is in 3-6 months for the rest of his clothes.  I'm going back to work the week after next and oscillating between fine and having a breakdown over it. I was a wreck with Fiona, which I think was partially due to the fact that she wouldn't take a bottle and screamed all day.  Simon is taking a bottle like a champ though so that's one thing I don't need to worry about.  We're lucky in that we don't have to worry about day care...both kids will be at home with my husband.  

 

Sebastian will be 7 weeks old on Thursday.  We weighed him a few days ago and he was at 12 lbs (8 lb, 9 oz. at birth).  He's so cute and Buddha-like.  ;)

 

I'm STILL waiting to hear from work about whether I should take another 6 weeks maternity leave (unpaid) or if they'll let me come back part-time during those 6 weeks and then go to full-time after that period is over.  I wish they'd decide already!
 

I'm thinking about a second baby, but not about wanting one right away!  I'm already 34 (I know, that's not THAT old), and maybe we'll adopt a second one after 2 or 3 years?  If this guy treats us well...  :)



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After Max's temp went up Friday night to 100.7 we ended up at the clinic on Saturday morning and although he looked good except for the congestion and temp the doctor wanted to do some other tests because of his young age.  I guess it is really easy to miss things like pneumonia or a blood infection at this age..  

 

So we ended up with a loooooong morning on Saturday involving an x-ray (checking for pneumonia) and a first attempt at a blood draw for a culture and blood count etc.  The nurses at the clinic could not get a vein (they just tried once and then admitted defeat).    So they sent me over the hospital for a draw at their lab.  Luckily their phlebotomist who is a wiz with babies was there and he had the draw in one very quick and easy try!  Yeah him!   All the tests have come back as normal so it really is most likely just a cold virus.  Lots of hubbub for a cold.

 

After that stressful morning we ended up with a great day of flower planting and SUN (rain was predicted) so I was able to relax and got a tad of sleep last night (in between snorting of mucus).

 

His fever did not get very high last night and is completely normal now... hoping it stays down this evening so we will be done!



Ugh.  Sorry that's how you spent your Saturday morning.  I'm glad signs are pointing to common cold.  Hope he's doing better!



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So I guess it was just allergies or something. After I tortured Freja with the snot sucker the second time around midday the snot didn't come back and she's been totally fine. Yay! We've been doing pretty well about fending off colds this year and I don't want to start getting them now! I hate summer colds.

It's cooled down a lot and Freja is obviously happy about it, she's super duper calm today and yesterday, and giving out lots and lots of smiles. She's been smiling at us for a couple of weeks now, but every day she's been smiling more, and it makes me so happy!
 


Glad to hear this, too!  Sick babies are no fun!  Aren't baby smiles wonderful?  We're really enjoying the ones we're getting!

 



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We have our first real ped appointment today!  I am anxious to know how much he weighs.  DH graduates this weekend--hooding ceremony on Saturday, departmental graduation on Sunday.  Didn't think far enough ahead to find a sitter for DS1.  Not sure it's a good idea to take a two year old and a newborn to graduation ceremonies, but I might try.  I've never tried to have DS1 sit through anything like that.  And we don't have any fancy electronic devices to occupy him.  Hmmm....  I want to be excited and supportive, but part of me also just wants to stay home!

 

No sickness here yet, thankfully.  Although I woke up in the middle of the night and smelled cigarette smoke really strongly.  I hate living in an apartment sometimes.  Our downstairs neighbors are really sweet, but they are super chain smokers.


How was the appointment?  And what a busy Saturday for you -- what did you decide to do?

 

Our first floor neighbor smoked and it bugged me so much, especially during my pregnancy.  Then he moved out, and I was so relieved...until it turned out the new neighbors (very sweet, like yours) must smoke pot at least once a week.  My husband can't smell it as quickly as I can, so maybe I'm super-sensitive, but I find the smell drifting up into our apartment so annoying. 

 

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so sorry to hear about sick little ones. my youngest dd has had a cold most of B's life and can't believe he has been spared.

 

We will be 9 weeks tomorrow. He has been laughing the past couple of days when tickled. love.gif

 

 

Started domperidone today. He is a HUGE eater and I want a stash as well. Hoping for tons of milk!! Wish me luck!

post #36 of 100

Our appointment was fine.  Sam is 11#6oz and over the 100th percentile for length!!!  We have a tall boy.

 

We decided not to go to the hooding ceremony (me and the kids), which was good.  My DH came home and said that he was so glad that we weren't there.  But we did go to the dept ceremony and it went pretty well.  Sam was awake part of the time, but I found a good place to hold and sway with him.  DS1 was relatively quiet considering we've never asked him to sit still and quiet through anything before.  I was somewhat stocked with snacks and toys he hadn't seen in a while, but I still ended up taking him out and walking around a bit--thankfully after they had called DH's name!  So it went pretty well.  Still a tiring day, but good.

post #37 of 100

I've had a hard time posting lately.  The girls are spacing feedings farther apart. Yay!!  So I'm trying to get on top of more of the housework.  Also, I've discovered I prefer nursing them one-on-one instead of tandem, which ironically means it is harder for me to type because I don't use the massive nursing pillow.  It is harder for Lucy to stay latched well without me supporting the breast, and sometimes Lily struggles too.  I think my breasts are too heavy for their little jaws.  I have found that there is much less crying when they are on separate schedules, so I can change a diaper at a time or feed singly while the other sleeps, it's just really easy for them to fall into the same schedule.  But I'm feeling much more confident about the twins, the older kids, etc. etc.  Really could use some more sleep, though!  

 

We have our other double birthdays this month.  My second son (dc #3) turns 9 on the 18th and my second daughter (dc #6) turns 3 on the 19th.  After birthdays every 2-4 weeks since January, we'll then have a break until mid July. LOL  

 

Along with a few of the other moms here, I've been thinking about another one.  Dh and I have agreed that we'd like to be done, but we are really bad at NFP.  My cycles can be difficult.  I always knew we'd have a tendency toward twins, not just because of my fraternal twin Mom, but because of my cycle weirdness indicating double ovulations.  DC#2 was conceived on a second ovulation just as we were learning NFP and before I knew much about signs...  Anyway, this last pregnancy was so hard and awful, and the Lily's birth was so rough, I almost feel like I need a "do-over".  No mulligans in childbirth, though, is there!  LOL  My mama heart just has a hard time with all that as our last experience.  At the same time, having a baby literally pulled out by your midwife with her arm in there up to the armpit and the EMTs on their way really is enough to make you want to say *enough*.  But, like I said, we're really bad at NFP and not amenable to any other options.

 

On a completely different topic, does anyone know how to make a little girls hair grow faster?? ROTFLMAO.gif Since my 2yo chopped off her bangs over a month ago it seems like her hair has hardly grown at all.  Like I told my sister, I now understand how some little girls end up with mullets. I've crocheted a selection of really cute hats for her, but she's tired of wearing them.  

 

I have finally gotten around to scheduling their first well-baby this Friday.  They'll be 10 weeks (can you believe it?).  I can't wait to see how much they are weighing!  Lucy, especially, is getting very chunky and heavy!  Lily is tending after her slimmest older brother, who she favors in appearance, too.  


Edited by mylilmonkeys - 5/10/11 at 3:12pm
post #38 of 100
So my friend that had the c-section and then was in the hospital for 8 days posted on facebook the other day that breastfeeding is really challenging and that she is going to stick with it but she really understands why people formula feed... I read that and just don't get it at all and was hoping you guys could give me some perspective so I don't feel judgmental about it. The only way this makes sense to me is if you are pumping because you're back to work or whatever- but she isn't.

Personally, I feel like breastfeeding is, first off, one of the most beautiful things in the world, the bonding between infant and mother is so important and great... I really appreciate it and don't understand when others don't. Also, it seems soooo much easier than formula feeding: it's free, always mixed up, the right temp, and ready to go. There are no bottles to wash (unless pumping, of course, but not what we are talking about here). I think feeding an infant is kind of challenging, since they eat so often and spit up and all, but not breastfeeding as opposed to formula.

So I am just totally perplexed with my friend here, who I really wouldn't have thought would feel this way. She is really into organic food and natural stuff, so I guess I just thought she would feel the same way as I do. I am concerned that she is having problems adjusting to motherhood, but am I just missing something?

On a similar note, saw a pic of my cousin's baby eating from a bottle and really hoping it was breastmilk- but he's only like a week old so afraid it is formula. I just feel so strongly about breastfeeding, and especially with having a little one right now I am getting a little emotional about it!
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I've had a hard time posting lately.  The girls are spacing feedings farther apart. Yay!!  So I'm trying to get on top of more of the housework.  Also, I've discovered I prefer nursing them one-on-one instead of tandem, which ironically means it is harder for me to type because I don't use the massive nursing pillow.  It is harder for Lucy to stay latched well without me supporting the breast, and sometimes Lily struggles too.  I think my breasts are too heavy for their little jaws.  I have found that there is much less crying when they are on separate schedules, so I can change a diaper at a time or feed singly while the other sleeps, it's just really easy for them to fall into the same schedule.  But I'm feeling much more confident about the twins, the older kids, etc. etc.  Really could use some more sleep, though!  

 

We have our other double birthdays this month.  My second son (dc #3) turns 9 on the 18th and my second daughter (dc #6) turns 3 on the 19th.  After birthdays every 2-4 weeks since January, we'll then have a break until mid July. LOL  

 

Along with a few of the other moms here, I've been thinking about another one.  Dh and I have agreed that we'd like to be done, but we are really bad at NFP.  My cycles can be difficult.  I always knew we'd have a tendency toward twins, not just because of my fraternal twin Mom, but because of my cycle weirdness indicating double ovulations.  DC#2 was conceived on a second ovulation just as we were learning NFP and before I knew much about signs...  Anyway, this last pregnancy was so hard and awful, and the Lily's birth was so rough, I almost feel like I need a "do-over".  No mulligans in childbirth, though, is there!  LOL  My mama heart just has a hard time with all that as our last experience.  At the same time, having a baby literally pulled out by your midwife with her arm in there up to the armpit and the EMTs on their way really is enough to make you want to say *enough*.  But, like I said, we're really bad at NFP and not amenable to any other options.

 

On a completely different topic, does anyone know how to make a little girls hair grow faster?? ROTFLMAO.gif Since my 2yo chopped off her bangs over a month ago it seems like her hair has hardly grown at all.  Like I told my sister, I now understand how some little girls end up with mullets. I've crocheted a selection of really cute hats for her, but she's tired of wearing them.  

 

I have finally gotten around to scheduling their first well-baby this Friday.  They'll be 10 weeks (can you believe it?).  I can't wait to see how much they are weighing!  Lucy, especially, is getting very chunky and heavy!  Lily is tending after her slimmest older brother, who she favors in appearance, too.  


yeah, we conceived both kids accidentally, so I suppose I'm also fail at NFP, but we really can't handle another one. I had been planning on an IUD, but first time we DTD PP I remembered, my cervix tends to hit, and I'm thinking an IUD would just make it worse, and all the other forms of BC aren't particularly appealing, so I'm kind of up in the air about what to do.

 

I also understand the feeling of needing a "do-over" DD's birth, while not particularly traumatic in terms of what happened, was traumatic because of how badly the doctor and nurse treated me. Isaac's birth was a very healing experience.

 


 

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So my friend that had the c-section and then was in the hospital for 8 days posted on facebook the other day that breastfeeding is really challenging and that she is going to stick with it but she really understands why people formula feed... I read that and just don't get it at all and was hoping you guys could give me some perspective so I don't feel judgmental about it. The only way this makes sense to me is if you are pumping because you're back to work or whatever- but she isn't.

Personally, I feel like breastfeeding is, first off, one of the most beautiful things in the world, the bonding between infant and mother is so important and great... I really appreciate it and don't understand when others don't. Also, it seems soooo much easier than formula feeding: it's free, always mixed up, the right temp, and ready to go. There are no bottles to wash (unless pumping, of course, but not what we are talking about here). I think feeding an infant is kind of challenging, since they eat so often and spit up and all, but not breastfeeding as opposed to formula.

So I am just totally perplexed with my friend here, who I really wouldn't have thought would feel this way. She is really into organic food and natural stuff, so I guess I just thought she would feel the same way as I do. I am concerned that she is having problems adjusting to motherhood, but am I just missing something?

On a similar note, saw a pic of my cousin's baby eating from a bottle and really hoping it was breastmilk- but he's only like a week old so afraid it is formula. I just feel so strongly about breastfeeding, and especially with having a little one right now I am getting a little emotional about it!


my guess would be she's experiencing problems that she thinks are normal, but are not. I nearly gave up on breastfeeding DD many times because it was so painful. there were a few days when I cried through just about every feeding. turns out she has a posterior tongue-tie. if I wasn't so stubborn, I probably would have given up, I didn't even know about the tongue-tie until a couple months ago, and I'm on the edge of weaning her to just once or twice a day because her latch has deteriorated further. If you can, maybe find out what problems she's having and help her research possible solutions? one of the biggest reasons women switch to formula is because of the lack of support and misinformation for women experiencing problems. 

 

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Also, there are some health reasons that people can't nurse -- there are some medications that are not compatible with breastfeeding, and those reasons can be quite personal and some prefer not to disclose those details. 

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