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    2 days old - wake to feed?

    My daughter was born Tuesday evening (11/10). She has been sleeping a lot, of course, and not always waking at the recommended feeding intervals. Should I wake her to eat?

    She went 5 hours...
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    Re: bottle issues

    If by "yellow" you mean latex, I'd try a silicone nipple (they're clear). A lot of babies are turned off by the taste of the latex (can't blame them!) in the yellow nipples and pacifiers. My...
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    Re: help weaning at 16 months

    Heather - glad the morning feeding was so easy to drop for you.

    We still haven't, though we have stopped trying with that one for now - Nora is teething again and anyway, DH is leaving town next...
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    Re: Best Disposable Pads?

    Lansinoh, for sure!!!! I was a very heavy leaker up until about 10 months!! I found the reusables were a joke for me. I tried a few different brands and swear by Lansinoh!
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    Re: help weaning at 16 months

    thanks for all the advice!

    Just to share my experience so far... we decided to drop the bedtime feeding first. Tonight was the 3rd night. Basically, we're both getting her ready for bed (that...
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    Re: help weaning at 16 months

    Great, thanks! I may try that! :)
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    Re: help weaning at 16 months

    That's a good idea - how old was she? I'm wondering if mine (also Nora!) would understand... probably after a few times she would.
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    Re: help weaning at 16 months

    We all have our reasons and nursing until 16 months is quite an accomplishment, if I do say so myself. It's great for you that you're happy to nurse as much and as long as you have, but that's not...
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    Re: help weaning at 16 months

    I actually just logged on to ask the same thing... we seem to be in the same boat! I have an almost 16 month old who nurses before bed and in the early morning too! I'm ready to wean completely too...
  10. Re: nursing schedule/habits after one year?

    Mine's 13 months old now (yikes!) and has pretty much cut herself down to 2-3 nursing sessions a day - just before bed and once overnight :rolleyes: and sometimes in the morning when she gets up,...
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    Re: feeding self - veggies... help!

    She loves veggies if we're feeding them to her. Mostly in baby food form. What I'm asking is for tips for getting her to feed herself veggies. Sorry if I wasn't clear.

    For example, she loves...
  12. Re: Help please...advice needed...weaning and sleep

    Mine is Nora too! :)

    How old was your little Nora when you started this? Thanks!
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    feeding self - veggies... help!

    Hi!
    This isn't an "introducing" question, but I don't know where else to post...

    My lo is almost 12 months old and loves her solids! She does really well with baby foods and loves to feed...
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    Re: Pump weaning and kinda sad

    Exactly! I was having trouble putting it into words, but that's definitely part of it. I feel like I'm failing somehow because she doesn't want to nurse as much. I feel like by not pumping I'm doing...
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    Re: Pump weaning and kinda sad

    I'm about to do the same thing - I return to work Friday after having the summer off and my LO will be 1 year at the end of the month... I'm planning to take my pump with me for the first few days...
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    Re: weaning at 11 months?

    I just asked my very nursing-friendly pedi about this today. My lo will be 11 months in a little over a week, and we're down to 4, maybe 5, a day (and one-two of them are what I call "ish"...
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    Re: the bad foods

    It is unlikely that his fussing was related to something you ate - especially for it to have happened that quickly (ate something at dinner, fussing the same night). At least as far as I know, it...
  18. 10.5 mo showing reduced interest in bm

    Hi all!

    So, I know that it's normal for babies to become more difficult to nurse as they get older and more interested in the world around them - mine is definitely very busy and distractable...
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    Re: Nursing strike?

    Sounds like teething to me! My little girl did exactly the same thing! The "suction" required to nurse can really hurt their gums when they're teething. I thought it was strange that she would take...
  20. Re: Teething Baby Rejected Breast now wants to breast again

    nurse as much as you can and it will come back...

    My lo went through a lot of strikes while she was fighting with the first teeth. I just gave her EBM in a bottle (though she often didn't even...
  21. Re: We're all done, but I have some questions...

    I was looking this up just the other day... I can't remember where I found it, but I read that until age 2, pacis don't hurt proper jaw/palate development, but that they should be taken away by that...
  22. Re: Is it possible to be allergic to applesauce?

    Boudreaux's Butt Paste!! Love that stuff!

    We also used Lotrimin because her rash looked like a "yeast" diaper rash. We put a layer of Lotrimin on and then the Boudreaux's over top of it and it...
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    Re: How much bf and solids for 8 mo?

    My lo is 8 mo today!

    She has 3 bottles at daycare (about 6 oz each), and nurses about 3 other times during the day/night. She also eats breakfast (~2oz fruit/veg, 2tbs cereal or yogurt) and...
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    Re: squash question

    I freeze squash baby food and it works great! I don't add much liquid (if any) to it before I freeze it... just bake, scoop, puree, and fill the trays!

    I don't know about the introduction rules...
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    My lo never had a diaper rash until she was about 7 mo, about a month after we introduced solids, but I didn't notice it being related to any certain foods... I just assumed it was the food itself...
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