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  1. Re: I can't take it anymore! I think I want to wean!

    Thanks for the help and support.

    The other night was really bad and I even ran into his room to sleep, leaving him to sleep with daddy. I pumped a little in the morning.

    I was originally...
  2. I can't take it anymore! I think I want to wean!

    I nursed my dd for 18 mo and my ds is now 19 mo.

    I just can't take it anymore. I work full time and when I get home my ds nurses almost every waking and sleeping moment. He isn't cutting back...
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    Re: Reverse cycle feeding

    Both of my children reverse-cycled. They rarely had more than 6 oz a day at daycare. We just co-slept and they nursed all night.

    Higher flow nipples didn't help with my son.

    Don't worry...
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    Re: Storage bag brand preferences?

    I always used the Avent Bags (due to the fact they are inexpensive). I didn't really have any leaking problems as long as there was no more than 4 oz. I had an overabundance of milk, so it didn't...
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    Re: Guess I'll start this here party... :P

    I'm Amy. I'm currently nursing my 17 mo old son, and nursed my 3.5 yr old daughter for 18 mo.

    I'm an engineer and work full-time, and have faced many work-related challenges (and thrush twice)....
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    Re: Forced to travel w/out baby

    :D I'm happy to hear you can opt out. It is a good idea to still file the scenario with HR, just in case.

    I had to call HR eventually because I had a "gift" anonomously show up at my desk. The...
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    Re: Forced to travel w/out baby

    Personally, I never had asked for permission.

    On my first work trip (for 2 weeks to AZ), I called the company's work/life help service. They recommended bringing dd along and did a daycare...
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    Re: Going back to work

    For both of my children I returned to work when they were 8 weeks old.

    *I started pumping 2 oz per boob per day when they were about 4 weeks old (usually during a morning nap).

    *When my baby...
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