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    Re: weaning 15mo before #2 arrives

    Thanks for the info. I think I will just try to relax, that has helped the most so far :)
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    Re: weaning 15mo before #2 arrives

    A little of both. I would like some time without a baby attached to me, and her *technique* and manners have gotten pretty bad, except when she is super tired. It is certainly easiest to just "give...
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    weaning 15mo before #2 arrives

    After getting over some issues in the first month, my daughter and I have had a perfectly lovely nursing relationship. She is 15.5 months now, and baby #2 is due at the end of July. She eats solids...
  4. Re: almost 12mo, LATE bedtime, nursing and sleeping concerns

    Well, we got her to sleep by a bit after 10pm last night, with no real fight. Starting at 9 we said our evening prayers, gave her a bath, played quietly in the semi-dark for a while, then at around...
  5. Re: Four month old baby increasingly difficult to feed... he

    I can't offer much concrete help, except to say that around 4 months my daughter got a bit weird for a while too! I think she was just a lot more aware of her surroundings then previously, and it...
  6. Re: almost 12mo, LATE bedtime, nursing and sleeping concerns

    @filmmommy - She naps one to three times a day, usually about two hours total, though often less (right now she's been asleep for almost an hour and a half, whew!) but sometimes it is three fifteen...
  7. almost 12mo, LATE bedtime, nursing and sleeping concerns

    Our DD1 will be a year next week, so maybe this belongs in the other group?

    In any case, she was sleeping though the night (8-10 hours starting around 8pm) from 3mo until she was about 6mo when...
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    Re: Night waking and nursing

    Thank you all for this thread! My daughter is 10mo and wakes up several times a night to nurse/fuss at me. My husband can/will rock her to sleep, but she really just wants to nurse. She used to sleep...
  9. Re: 3 weeks, OALD question, fussiness question (ftm)

    Thanks so much for your encouragement. We saw an IBCLC today who confirmed my diagnosis of the situation and gave me a few tips to keep from flooding the baby when my letdown is too forceful :) We're...
  10. 3 weeks, OALD question, fussiness question (ftm)

    Thank you all so much for being here :o)

    We just hit three weeks yesterday, have been breast feeding since about an hour after my scheduled C-section (she was breech, there weren't any...
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