Great! Thanks. Since it's just like that one side, I was less sure what to think.
Julie, wife to my dearest friend since August 2009. Mama to Oliver & Lydia , born August 2011. Enjoying: and , , and looking forward to making baby food , and continuing to watch my wee ones grow .
It makes me happy that everyone is practicing their hand expressing on my account It's a good skill to have in a pinch too!!! (Heh, in a pinch...)
In all seriousness though, I've just felt so "bleh" through this whole pregnancy. I truly do view nursing as a super power of sorts... I'm still occasionally nursing my DS too, so this just makes me feel like I'm on the road to functioning. It's a good feeling!
I will reiterate to any mamas reading this thread, that making colostrum or being able to express colostrum at any point in pregnancy is no indication of whether you'll have colostrum or be a good milker postpartum. The two are unrelated!!
Wife to DH , mom to DS (4/09), and DD (8/11), and crafty and hardworking in my own right! In my parenting journey I've , , , , and. To each family their own!!
"There are words for people like me, but I don't think there are very many."
Never been pregnant before and... whoa! This just happened to me for the first time! Was wondering why my boob felt wet and... oh... surprise!! hahaha
Logged onto mothering to see if it had happened to anyone else too and, sure enough! Mine is just clear so far, and not very much. Haven't tried expressing or anything. But wow! Glad to know they work right, I guess! lol
+ married to Red
+ mama to Brooklynn (age 12)
+ mama to Alder born 08/10/11!
Ha! This made me actually laugh out loud!
Jessica, wife of Marc and Momma to Nikolai (10) and Nathaniel (9) and Olivia (3).