im going to call dr at 9 but anyone ever have their baby spit up and have a little milk come out of their belly button? it freaked me out...
yes your all right, not physically possible. I'm very embarrassed to admit that i really thought thats what was happening but it was 6am i was only half awake and just happened to see milk either from me leaking or her spitting up collecting in her belly button and panicked. so i guess thats new mom brain for you, still im very embarrassed! thanks for the replies though:)
Oh mama - we've all done something like that. Just so you know, in a few years you will look back on this and
Me (40) DH (49) daring DD (9) and darling DS - almost THREE! (born June 25, 2010 in an amazing, unplanned
omg thats too funny and totally something i would do lol. thanks for making me feel better everyone!
When DS1 was born and I gave him the once over, I thought he didn't have ANY nipples and freaked out. They were just so small and light I couldn't see them right off!
I got tired of my signature, but I still love my children and husband and miss my little brother.
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