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Old 08-16-2010, 09:42 PM
 
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Yay! Very awesome

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wow...incredibly uplifting bf'ing story, thanks for sharing!! actually made me tear up!

i hope your daughter is feeling better.

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I hope your daughter is feeling better. And I also hope you tell all the parents in you tribal area what hospital that was. What a wonderful, supportive course of action for health care professionals!

Used to be stay at home parent to our two lovely girls, survived nursing school with family intact, about to graduate and looking for a job! I low-supply nursed my bio daughter for 3 years. 

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I have to echo what everyone else has said here...wow, what a great place and heartwarming story! My DD was hospitalized last month and everyone there found it quite shocking that my 10-month-old had never taken a bottle in her life, did not know what to do with the bottle of pedialyte being offered to her, and was still nursing.

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I hope your dd has long since recovered and everything is ok, seeing as someone resurrected this post from months ago.

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I had a similar experience in the hospital with my 19mo. He didn't strike, but the only thing he was eating/drinking was breastmilk - and ALL the doctors/nurses were SO glad he was still nursing!! I got so many, "WOW! Thats great that you're still nursing! What a lucky little guy!" It was also great b/c he wasn't vomiting at all, he was just really sick, so everyone was relieved that he was taking milk orally and not vomiting and had no diarrhea.

I'm glad that you're hospital was supportive as well! And, I really hope your dd gets better soon - its so hard when they are really sick.
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