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  1. Re: Pumping question (about to start working again)

    My daycare is next door actually and I am paid hourly, so not a waste of my employers time. I just log what I work. It is very flexible. The daycare does not have a large regular refrigerator. It...
  2. Pumping question (about to start working again)

    I have a unique situation. I am able to work from home most days of the week and will only have to go into the office once a week. I do have a lengthy commute about 60 miles each way. When I work...
  3. Re: Weaning from a nipple shield, any suggestions

    Update for those interested:
    We are almost all the way weaned from the nipple shield. We don't use it at all on the left breast and we are getting there with the right one. It is almost as if he...
  4. Re: Weaning from a nipple shield, any suggestions

    Thank you for the encouraging words and helpful information. I really appreciate the time you took to reply. It is a great relief to hear about the night sleeping. He does not like the pacifier and...
  5. Re: Weaning from a nipple shield, any suggestions

    He usually just arches away from the breast and his hands do kind of get in the way a bit. He usually is not crying, until he gets mad that he has not started nursing yet. He has been arching more...
  6. Re: It got better! My story of using a nipple shield.

    Thanks for sharing your story. I am using a nipple shield too. My LO is just over 2 weeks. I look forward to not having to use the nipple shield. I can occasionally get him latched on my left...
  7. Re: Weaning from a nipple shield, any suggestions

    I have some more questions. My LO arches quite a bit when I am trying to get him to latch. This causes much frustration. I have tried the laid back positioning, but he doesn't seem to like it. ...
  8. Re: Weaning from a nipple shield, any suggestions

    We tried it again this morning and he was able to latch for about 15 minutes. It was wonderful. I had the nipple shield on to begin with, then removed it. I will continue to try. Thank you for...
  9. Weaning from a nipple shield, any suggestions

    My newborn is just under 2 weeks and we have been using a nipple shield. He seems to have issues getting latched, but once latched he does well. The nipple shield makes it easier for him to latch. ...
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