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post #41 of 101
Azreial, how did your consult go?
post #42 of 101
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Are you sure you didn't give birth to a five month old?!?!
That's what I'm wondering.
post #43 of 101
Let's see: on the plus side, we've got smiles, coos and utter adorableness. She has also rolled over twice, which terrified her. On the minus side, we've got heat rash on her abdomen and a Motherlore class full of mainstream moms with strollers that cost more than my car. So it's a pretty good week, all told.
post #44 of 101
Ds is sleeping for about 6 hrs straight at night! He is smiling and cooing and rolls over from tummy to back. Dd has figured out how to say his name and is happy to point out ears, nose, tummy, belly button, 'piggies', head, hands.
post #45 of 101
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I agree with what everyone said. Green for us is usually foremilk imbalance but the pain is usually gas related. good luck with the dairy, remember it takes 2 weeks for it to be totally out of your system.

tara
Is there anything you can do to fix a foremilk imbalance? How does that happen?
post #46 of 101
You can block nurse- nurse 2 or 3 times in a row on one side and then switch.
post #47 of 101
Thread Starter 

photos of Baby Nate

Here are some family photos from September:

http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/dispos...en%3as,1%3af,0
post #48 of 101
Krista, those are great! All your guys are adorable!

Which made me realize I hadn't posted a single photo of my baby Cleo! So here are a few: http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/delila...ints/my_photos
post #49 of 101
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Is there anything you can do to fix a foremilk imbalance? How does that happen?
Nurse 1 side a feeding to make sure they get the hindmilk. Only if Kienan is obviously still wanting more then I put him on the other side. If I remember correctly it eventually evens out.

The pictures posted are so cute

tara
post #50 of 101
Our pics are here:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/81001724@N00/
post #51 of 101
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Cleo is very cute!
And Liam is such a serious "little" guy!
post #52 of 101
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Here are some family photos from September:

http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/dispos...en%3as,1%3af,0
Oh my goodness, that is one smiley baby! How adorable! And I love all the beds in that tiny room. Do they really all sleep in there? I mean, how do they not wake each other up???
post #53 of 101
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Krista, those are great! All your guys are adorable!

Which made me realize I hadn't posted a single photo of my baby Cleo! So here are a few: http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/delila...ints/my_photos

Okay, there are some seriously cute babys in this DDC. Maybe these babes could let Eloise know how to smile? Hmmmm?
post #54 of 101
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That watering can picture of your DD is adorable! I am glad to see some pics of the Amazing Growing Baby
post #55 of 101
Because I'm too lazy to put my picks on Yahoo, here are some links to my blog where I've posted some recent ones:

http://bubbiegirl.blogspot.com/2006/...-pictures.html
post #56 of 101
Wow! At what age do babies start rolling over? Then again I suppose a baby would have to probably be left lying down for for more than a diaper change in order to learn anything like that!
post #57 of 101
i love the photos. thank you so much for sharing.

here's my ?: how do you stop worrying about whether you are doing your best for your baby?
post #58 of 101
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here's my ?: how do you stop worrying about whether you are doing your best for your baby?

Let's see..... Well, my oldest is seven - when I figure it out, I'll let you know!
post #59 of 101
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Oh my goodness, that is one smiley baby! How adorable! And I love all the beds in that tiny room. Do they really all sleep in there? I mean, how do they not wake each other up???
Nate has taken 2 naps in the crib. And A.J. still chooses to sleep in the crib, so the toddler bed is unoccupied now that Ryan has a twin-sized bed. But at least we know they'll all fit in there eventually! And we have a bunk bed to put on top of the twin bed when Ryan is 6. And we can take the side off the crib to make it more toddler friendly. So I know we're good for another 4 years at least!!! :
post #60 of 101
colorado mama thanks for the advice. i'm really learning a lot from the experienced mamas here. i guess worrying doesn't serve me or anyone any good. oops dd is waking up.
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