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    Re: Nursing and acne

    You know, I was thinking about doing that exact same thing, as we take Noah to a homeopath, Dr. Feder. She's awesome. I've been thinking about seeing her for myself as well, but you know how it...
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    Re: Nursing and acne

    Yes, yes, I know...I'm a slacker. I've missed you and coming in here and think about you guys ALL the time, wondering how you're doing. How ARE you doing?

    oh wow I realized that the last post I...
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    Re: Nursing and acne

    so it sounds like, from both of our experiences, the decreased nursing is affecting those good ol hormones and they'll probably even out after awhile. thanks for your input mama
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    Nursing and acne

    Hi All,

    Mommylaura here. Haven't been on here in a loooong time. Hope everyone's doing fantastic!

    Noah's still nursing. He's a little over 2 1/2. He's nursing less in the past couple months...
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    Re: Another funny nursing moment...

    soooooo cute! thanks for sharing!
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    Re: dwindling

    I'm sorry mama. Since you said you just wanted to vent, I won't offer any advice. The same thing happened to my neighbor when she returned to work and I know how hard it was on her so :hug to you....
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    Re: blocked duct-help

    I had them a lot in the beginning when I would pump (to increase my supply), and I just got one a week ago when I pumped after not having pumped for over a year...so I'm assuming it had something to...
  8. Re: high fat/protein/calorie vegan food?

    Oooh yummy. I'm going to try both of these. Thanks for the ideas!
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    My DS loves coconut oil too. He's been eating it since around nine months and looooves it. He also eats it raw, right off the spoon, we put it in smoothies with other strange ingredients like kale...
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    Re: Need help-I just can't do it

    Hey you know I was thinking about you last night and remembered some things that I have probably now taken for granted that helped...

    We see a chiropractor (holistic, no-crack) and she has been a...
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    Re: Need help-I just can't do it

    I just really want to say :hug to you. I have one who has always been a frequent waker, for the most part, and I can relate to your frustration - I am a totally different person when I don't get...
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    Re: What is this pain?

    Wow carpentergirl, thanks for that post. Now that I look back, I probably had a vasospasm, but I am certain that I also had thrush because the stinging went away after a couple of days of using the...
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    Re: What is this pain?

    I'd like to also say congratulations for bfing your new baby. It is challenging in the beginning, but once you work out all the kinks, you will both be so overjoyed that you stuck with it and will...
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    Re: Leaving LO

    Thanks mamas! Good to see you again:hug It's been so long!

    Well, now I feel slightly paranoid, yet relieved at the same time by your posts! I'm just so not ready to quit, and neither is Noah,...
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    Re: Does she need cow's milk?

    Hey MaggieMay...Glad those links helped you! I know what you mean about cow's milk - I grew up on it and everywhere you look you hear, "It does a body good!", right?! It wasn't until I had Noah...
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    Leaving LO

    Sorry if this has already been addressed in a previous thread...

    How long can you really go without a feeding at this stage of the breastfeeding relationship (LO is almost 20 months old)? I've...
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    Re: Does she need cow's milk?

    Indeed!:clap

    Here's another resource to add to the PP's wonderful posts: http://www.kellymom.com/nutrition/solids/toddler-foods.html#cowmilk

    Congratulations for making it this far, mama. You...
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    Re: And then he was TWO.

    Happy Belated Birthday, DJ! I really enjoyed reading your post and have been thinking about you guys ever since. Much love your way.
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    I wish I would have found this thread when I was pumping and storing! Now I know why the BM tasted so awful after such a short period of time. I thought maybe I wasn't screwing the lid on tight...
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    Re: fussy, fussy, fussy

    Around 4-5 months was when things got a whole lot easier for us. I still had/have a forceful letdown, but around that time was when he had a lot of control of his body and could sit up more, pull...
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    Re: fussy, fussy, fussy

    These were my thoughts. I had OALD and an oversupply and around eight weeks was when LO started getting really fussy. It all happened exactly as you describe.

    Are you or were you working with a...
  22. Re: When did your LO's eat 3 meals a day?

    Haha! I totally leave the o's that drop on the floor and Noah chows down on them throughout the day (and week:eek: ). DH the other day was like, "Uh, he's eating the o's that even the dog wouldn't...
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    I'm glad you started this post. I have been trying not to worry about the whole solids thing, but I still wondered about other mom's experiences with implementing more meals. I'm trying to just...
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    Re: Gentle Pantley Removal Method?

    I tried it when DS was younger and he WOULD NOT HAVE ANY OF THAT! It is easier now that he is older (almost nine months). I wait until he is flutter sucking and then remove it. Sometimes it works,...
  25. Re: How soon did you start nursing in bed?

    We weren't able to get the side-lying position down until about one month. Before that, I just propped pillows in the bed or fell asleep on the recliner with him on me. Once you have the side-lying...
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