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    Re: 17 months and still going but...

    I love the support the other users posted and I fully agree that the breastfeeding relationship is between you and your child. It is up to the both of you to decide when it's time to wean. It...
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    Re: Am i doing it wrong??

    By not being consistent aren't I sending the message that crying and begging will get her what she wants?
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    Am i doing it wrong??

    So I posted about a week ago that I have been feeling physically and emotionally uncomfortable everytime my 26 month old dd nurses. I took a pregnancy test and it was negative. I decided after...
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    Re: PICKY eater

    I heard a great quote in a special education meeting when the subject of a childs very limited diet came up. "It's the parents job to offer the food, it's the childs job to eat it." I don't mean...
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    Re: Weaning...

    Congrats you made it 2 years!!

    I think it's great that you are listening to your own instincts. As with all child dicipline I think it's important to be consistent. Sending mixed messages is...
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    Re: Impatient

    So I'm not pregnant.

    I have decided after reading all these great responses that it's most likely my instinctual response and that maybe it's time to wean.

    She is very reseptive to nursing...
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    Re: Impatient

    I don't think I'm pregnant...I have an IUD (Mirena). However, I'll take a test tomorrow.

    I have been feeling this way for about 3-4 months. I had no idea that this is a normal mom response...
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    Impatient

    I am still nursing my daughter who is 26 months old. We nurse in the morning on the weekends when I don't have to go to work and every once in awhile if she gets up early enough to catch me in bed. ...
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    Re: Ear infection in a breastfed baby

    My breastfed daughter has been getting ear infections since she was 6 months old. I didn't know any alternatives to anitbiotics at the time but I happened to be taking my daughter to the...
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    Re: Breast and Nipple Pain

    She will ask and go on and off around meal times because she is hungry and will nurse if she gets hurt. As of last night and today she doesn't nurse before naps and going to bed. She does nurse...
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    Re: Breast and Nipple Pain

    I went to see my lactation consultant yesterday and it turns out that it's my daughters sloppy latch that is causing the nipple pain. I have not set out ground rules for nursing for her yet and I...
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    Re: Would you give up nursing if...

    I will start by saying that while I don't know you or your husband I feel strongly that the relationship is not a healthy one for you. Being made to feel as though doing what is best for you child...
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    Re: Breast and Nipple Pain

    I havent gotten my period fully back yet. I get spotting sometimes but I got Mirena put in 6 weeks post partum so I may not get it back.
  14. Re: Upper Back Pain - could it be related to BF?

    Before I read your entire post my first reaction was to say that back pain is caused by holding your infant on the same side of your body and throwing off the muscles in your back. That happens to...
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    Breast and Nipple Pain

    My daughter is 11 months old. In the past 2 days I have been experiencing breast and nipple pain while my daughter is nursing. She pulls the normal nursing gymnastics while breastfeed. She is on...
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    Re: Sippie Cup and BM vs. Water

    I would suggest a sippy cup with a straw. These cups will allow her to control the flow so she won't choke. Juice is not recommended for anyone to drink on a regular basis. 8 oz. of orange juice...
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    Re: Biting...HELP!!!

    I would suggest using some positive discipline. When your infant is nursing gently and nicely stroke their cheek and tell them how much you like gentle nursing. When you do get bitten put your baby...
  18. Not introducing anything other than water?

    My daughter will be 1 in September. I am a teacher and I will have her in daycare from 7:30-4:30 Monday thru Friday. I have been working PT for the past few months and I can pump roughly 8oz.
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