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    Re: Help with co-sleeping

    I'm seconding all the above tips on safety with co-sleeping. A safe and comfy way to position yourself while co-sleeping is on your side, the arm on the side you are laying on should be out straight...
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    "Healed" milk blister still sore

    I got a milk blister/clogged duct just over a month ago. I was able to remove the skin from the blister which did unclog the duct. However, the spot where the blister used to be is still very sore....
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    pumped milk looks frothy

    I noticed yesterday that milk from both breasts looked frothy in the storage container once it was cooled in the fridge. Doesn't smell or taste soapy (I stuck my finger in it to taste), so what is...
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    Re: after the frenotomy

    Thanks again for all the support on here. I was a mess when I first posted! We've made some great progress over the past couple of weeks. My LO has been doing some real BFing (finally)! She's still...
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    Re: after the frenotomy

    Great articles! Seeing the scientific evidence in favor of co-sleeping trumps my relatives negative opinions about it. My LC also had positive things to say and recommended that I read more from Dr....
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    Re: after the frenotomy

    I'll ask my LC about the scale rental.

    I've read in some other forums that some babies nurse while they sleep. I"ve seen my DD nurse with her eyes closed, but not sure if she is asleep or is very...
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    Re: after the frenotomy

    Renting a scale is a great idea! Do you happen to know where I can rent one? If not, I'll do some research and get one asap! I am not sure how her diapers are w/out supplementing. We supplemented at...
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    Re: after the frenotomy

    My lo also had posterior tongue tie. And wow that is amazing that you have been pumping and feeding for 11 mos! Even if she doesn't end up feeding well while nursing, I think that I might be able to...
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    after the frenotomy

    My LO is 6 weeks old. She was having an inconsistently difficult time BFing for the first few weeks and then went to only latching and suckling/falling asleep at the breast. We visited a LC who...
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    Re: night feeding

    I'm trying to get the baby on a flexible routine so that I can sleep a little at night. I'm basing the routine on things I've read from a couple of sources, including the baby whisperer book. It's...
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    Re: night feeding

    Thanks everyone. I feel like I've been fumbling through BF and getting her on a BF/activity/sleep routine. Yes, she is having plenty of wet and poopy diapers, which should comfort me but I still...
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    night feeding

    My LO is 1 month old and I'm still trying to figure out when I should feed her at night. At her 2 week check-up she was back to her birthweight. I have some sources saying that she needs to be woken...
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