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  1. Re: Falls asleep nursing but wakes when I put him in the cri

    With dd (now almost 5) I ended up co-sleeping until she was 18 months, and I did not sleep well with her at all. At 18 months, my mom actually coaxed her into a crib at her house a few times, and...
  2. Re: Falls asleep nursing but wakes when I put him in the cri

    I've been through this too. I find that sometimes it helps if I walk around with baby on my shoulder first, so that he gets into a deeper sleep that is not in a nursing position. This has worked...
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    Re: Biting

    DS (11 months) was biting me tonight--on purpose, too, as I gathered from the grin. I managed to get my finger in his mouth to stop it twice. Every time there are new teeth I feel like I am going...
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    Re: When did you baby STTN?

    Strangely, my dd (5) only really began sleeping through the night when her brother was born 11 months ago. DS began sleeping between 4 and 6 hours at a time in his crib before coming to my bed to...
  5. Re: one duct producing yogurt. any ideas?

    Thanks! I feel much better since reading this. I suppose I thought I had "seen it all" by 11 months, and I was worried that this was something that would not go away. At 10 p.m. it still isn't...
  6. one duct producing yogurt. any ideas?

    Hi everyone. I'm sorry if this is a bit gross. I am nursing an 11-month-old and have been troubled by clogged ducts since he was born. I thought I had gotten pretty good at clearing clogs--heat,...
  7. how to find somewhere to service/repair pump

    Hi, Mamas! My little one is 8 months old, and though he nurses more than he used to, he has always preferred the bottle after the doctors at the hospital insisted I supplement with formula. I...
  8. Re: sudden, rapid decrease in supply at 5 months pp

    Some good news--this morning, I nursed my little one on the right side (which he favors) and then pumped--I got 4 ounces from the left and one from the right. I did not, however, get that "locked"...
  9. Re: sudden, rapid decrease in supply at 5 months pp

    Well, if this is finally "normal" instead of oversupply, at least that meants that my milk might not just keep decreasing until I have nothing at all, which is really my biggest worry--so that is a...
  10. Re: sudden, rapid decrease in supply at 5 months pp

    [QUOTE=@llli*mommal;1313373]

    "When you were producing 8-16 oz of milk at a time, that was crazy oversupply. A far more normal amount to pump is 2-3 oz, when pumping in place of a feeding."

    I...
  11. Re: sudden, rapid decrease in supply at 5 months pp

    Hi mamas, and thanks! I think I may have to try more pumping sessions a day--I have a feeling this should help, but I still think there is something else going on. This morning when I pumped, I...
  12. sudden, rapid decrease in supply at 5 months pp

    Hi everyone! I'm new here, and I'm editing down this first post because it was originally way too long. My son, who is five months, was introduced to the bottle at the hospital when the doctors...
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