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    Re: NIP after 12m?

    We're struggling with this right now. Elizabeth is 26 months and will theoretically say that she wants milk, but if she's tired/overwhelmed she'll just stick her hand down my shirt, which I hate. ...
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    Re: cow's milk questions!!

    I have the Skinny B- cookbook (snarky vegans), so it doesn't have dairy or eggs. I don't think the cake recipe has soy, either.

    Are almonds safe after a year? I could make homemade ice cream...
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    Re: cow's milk questions!!

    I think doc wants to hold off a few more months since she's just hitting a year. It's my understanding that some babies outgrow a milk allergy, is that correct? :shrug If/when we ever need to...
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    Re: cow's milk questions!!

    My mother's been officially diagnosed with the allergy, so I know the difference between an intolerance and an allergy. I have an allergy. Trying to take those stupid lactaid pills sent me to the...
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    Re: You know you're nursing a toddler when...

    She's not a full blown toddler yet, but DD learned to clap. And mamma's milk was sooo good, it got applause. :clap
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    cow's milk questions!!

    I highly suspect DD has inherited a dairy allergy. DH had one as a baby that he "grew out of", (he still gets violently ill with certain cheeses so I don't think he entirely grew out of it! he...
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    Re: nursing after solids

    :lol

    Thanks for the input, I feel a lot better about it now. I was all thinking something was wrong! Silly me.
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    nursing after solids

    DD has started the strangest thing in the last month or so. She'll happily eat her solids at dinner (and sometimes lunch, I admit I'm not very reliable on always feeding her solids at lunch), drinks...
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    Re: feeding herself (questions!)

    I'm looking forward to and dreading solid poo. We have this strange stickiness in her poo right now, it's like some of the orange just stays on the tushy. It takes multiple baby wipes. Just...
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    Re: Not what I imagined

    :hug

    As a side note, you might try Butt Paste for the diaper rash. It's worked little miracles for E's tushy. You just smear it on like icing on a cake, don't rub it in, and let it sit there...
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    feeding herself (questions!)

    So, we hit 6 months (almost 7 now!). As it turns out, Elizabeth hates a bottle. So, totally unplanned, we ended up ecologically breastfeeding. She got her pincer grasp about a week before 6...
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    humor--when do you plan on weaning

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l8orUaCJ0GY

    *giggle fits*

    I'm posting here bc I remembered someone on the forums saying when they'll wean is dependent on whether the kid goes to college in-state...
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    spitup

    Pedi's already checked E out and she's g2g, so this is more of a curious question..

    Why is spitup sometimes chunky?
  14. Re: World Health Organization recommendations for complementary foods...

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    Liver? The organ that filters out all the disgusting things and stores them? Feed that to my baby? Ew!!!
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    volunteer/overly helpful breasts

    Quick random question: since my milk came in, when I'm feeding DD on one side, very often the other side will start milking itself. Last night I had to just grab a towel and place it over the...
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    Re: Colostrum not fulfilling?

    I'd go see a lactation consultant for help with the latch, nibbling on just your nipple can't be pleasant or productive for either one of you! (It just hurts to think about that.. owwww.) :hug
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    Re: Pediatricians - finding a good one!

    Just went through docfind and pulled up a doctor I'd remembered liking the reviews on.. Pulled up his website and http://www.brianraleymd.com/ArticlePage.aspx?Article_id=5191 there's an article on...
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    Pediatricians - finding a good one!

    I procrastinated a little and didn't find a pediatrician before E was born.

    The on-call seemed to be pretty okay, but I had a little bit of difficulty understanding his accent. He made a point...
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    Re: Chocolate

    I just went to get a little piece of chocolate. Mmmm. Endangered Species and Green & Black are soooooooo good!

    Dark chocolate is actually quite good for you. Eating chocolate is not a bad...
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    Re: Nursing bras and underwires - question

    I have to admit, I'm a bit skeptical of nursing tanks. Mostly because regular bra tanks were never enough for my plentiful breasts. :lol

    I can't imagine not wearing a bra! I don't wear one...
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    Nursing bras and underwires - question

    In one of the 'what to pack to bring to the hospital' lists I saw, there was a caveat that the nursing bras needed to not have underwires. And last night, the lactation specialist giving the bf...
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