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    Gassy baby? Dairy?

    DS is one month old and nursing great. For the last 2 weeks he's been VERY gassy but only getting fussy a couple times a day. He passes a lot of gas before he poops. When he gets fussy I just nurse...
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    Re: i need serious help

    I feel ur pain with the inverted nipples. The sheild was such a pain. One day I finally said forget it and put DD directly on the nipple. I made sure she got as much of it in her mouth as possible...
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    Re: how bad is CIO for a 2 week old?

    I think that is an excellant idea!:clap Maybe you can get her to go to a meeting with you.
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    Re: Why is this so painful!

    You are not failing! You're doing great. After the first few days my nipples would burn every time DD latched on if I didn't make absolutely sure she had the whole nipple and areola in her mouth. ...
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    Re: she never wants breakfast

    You're doing great! LO looks sooo happy.
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    Re: she never wants breakfast

    My DD was the same way. She didn't start eating breakfast regularly until we were down to one nursing session a day, I think around 15 months. She always wanted to nurse in the morning and then in...
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    Re: Still too young? and some more Q?

    I knew I was reading that wrong.:lol I would definitely wake Lo up at night to nurse. It'll increase your supply as well. Good luck. I :love how you call her your skinny little chicken.
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    Re: Still too young? and some more Q?

    You say she cluster feeds from 7:30-11Am and the 5-10PM? Does she go those 6 hours without nursing? If so that is an extremely long time for a 5 wk old to go without nursing. How many nursing...
  9. Re: World Health Organization recommendations for complementary foods...

    That's awesome!:clap I had no doubts. I've been thinking about starting a thread asking for vegitarian recipes, but haven't gotten around to it. I can't cut out more meat unless I have something...
  10. Re: World Health Organization recommendations for complementary foods...

    Let me know how they are. Very intrested!
  11. Re: World Health Organization recommendations for complementary foods...

    Thank you! Now, from reading this, I do believe we're getting enough iron. I have to start being more adventurous in the bean/lentle department though.:lol
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    Re: Finish one side first?

    I think the 15 min advice is until your milk comes in. They told me the same thing, leave her on for 15min on one breast and then the other until my milk came in. And then, "dinner" and...
  13. Re: World Health Organization recommendations for complementary foods...

    I also thought that the liver stored toxins. Nice to learn something. But, what if the animals liver that you are eating didn't yet excrete the toxins before it was slottered.:shrug I believe...
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    Re: If I knew then what I know now.....

    Nurse asap after birth. And, I wouldn't let nurses touch her. I would room in the hospital and nurse every two hours, instead of when the nurses told me I could. I would never let formula touch her...
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    Re: thrush question

    My LO and I passed thrush back and forth until she was like 6 months. It's just a matter of trying to decontaminate. Your pedi can recommend some Nistatin (I think) for you and baby. You rub it on...
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    Re: Lots of questions...

    You are right that babies only eat a couple of table spoons at first. We started with rice cereal (Earth's Best Organic). The idea is to start off very slow so their digestive system can get used...
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    Re: adult yogurt and cottage cheese?

    Stonyfield Farm makes organic whole milk french vanilla adult yogurt, and OMG is it GOOOOOOD. And make sure the cottage cheese isn't lowfat. We used organic valley cottage cheese and she loved it.
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    Re: 16 months old, 16.5 pounds

    Keep doing what your doing and keep those two feedings. If there is something else going on or she has to be in the hospital, she's going to need that comfort. It sounds like she's still reaching...
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    We're Done!

    My 17 month old hasn't nursed in 7 days, I think we're done. It was completely mutual, which I am happiest about. She's been at one nursing session a day for about a good three months, so my...
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    Re: Really want to BF! Please Help!

    I agree with PP. Ditch the pump cut out bottles and just nurse nurse nurse. Even if you have to go on a two day marathon and nurse every hour. It's still early enough where ou can EBF. But, soon...
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    Re: breastmilk,solids,cows milk at a year?

    I started my DD on yogurt at 8months. Pedi didn't have a problem with it either, and DD LOVED it.
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    Re: Self feeding foods

    Bananas are great fun. I gave my DD half of one and she picked it up and started taking bites. She loved it, and she only had her botton two teeth. I also love peas, but to start I would pop them...
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    Re: Real maple syrup

    My DD eats her waffles with real maple syrup, and maple butter I found at a Farmer's Market in DC, OMG it's sooooo goooood. We switched as a family to Maple when I found out what pancake syrup was...
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    Re: breastmilk,solids,cows milk at a year?

    I started my LO on cow's milk around 11months. She was about 13.5 months before she started drinking more than 8oz. The vitamin D is important especially now that winter is coming. Unless you live...
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    Re: 16 months old, 16.5 pounds

    She doesn't look as tiny as one would think at 16.5lbs. She looks happy and healthy. I think you might be over thinking the BM. If it were me I would continue your three nursing sessions. I think...
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