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  1. Re: How long does it take your older lo to BF?

    My son is 17 months and he still frequently nurses through-out the day on again off again on his own terms.
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    Re: Long nights without nursing

    My LO used to sleep like that too. It never affected my supply, but everyone is different (I still let down and my son is 17mo).
    Enjoy his sleeping habits now!
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    Re: Still BF'ing

    That's great to hear. It's hard sometimes, but worth it!
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    Re: solds for 1 year old?

    At least your LO isn't a picky eater!
  5. Re: A Cute funny little thing happened.....

    My son does the same thing. It's at moments like those when I truly feel like a dairy cow!
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    Re: To Pump or Not To Pump

    I wish that was the case for me. My son is 17 months and sleeps max 3 hours straight. He constantly nurses through-out the night and only sleeps about 8 hours max altogether at night. I guess some of...
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    Re: should we start solids

    My ds is just getting into solids now and he is 10 months. He ate a little bit before but now he likes them more. I remember not knowing how to start feeding him solids. It's not some huge plotted...
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    Re: Help please!!

    My friend breastfed her LO for 5 months and then found out she was lactose intolerant. When ever she would try to make a bowel movement she would scream in pain, so I guess it depends on if your LO...
  9. Re: nursing and pregnant and very tired!!!!

    Have you checked out the "Pregnant and Breastfeeding" section on this forum? They may be able to offer you more help. Here's the link: http://forums.llli.org/forumdisplay.php?f=20
  10. Temas: Bottle?!

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    Re: Bottle?!

    I find that, although my son doesn't like the bottle, that when I leave him with a sitter he takes it because he's hungry and needs it. When I try and feed him out of a bottle he is less likely to...
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    Re: When your period comes back...

    I haven't got my period back yet and my son was born last May. I'm dreading it!
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    Re: Travelling with baby

    My partner and I took our son on a trip 13 hours from our home, we travelled for three days, when he was a month and a half. He slept most of the way and I would wake him up to feed him about every 2...
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    Re: Teething & Breastfeeding

    My son went through this phase. He got 5 teeth in around the same time and would bite me every time he nursed for a month. He would smile when I said "no" to him. I then started saying "no" and I...
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    Re: fussy at breast

    Lots of places. I got mine from eBay.. where I get pretty much everything.
  15. Temas: Any tips?

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    Re: Any tips?

    You could try different nipple shapes or a sippie.
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    Re: nipple shields-nursing too long?

    My nipples were really sore when my son first started breast feeding. I used a nipple shield for a full day one day and noticed my DS was extremely fussy. I figured out it was because he wasn't...
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    Re: Funny to share

    My son has gotten poop in his hair before from taking a big one.
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    Re: need some suggestions...

    I think that if it was a food allergy that your little one would be fussy while digesting the beast milk or passing a bowel movement. You should be able to tell if he's teething because of the...
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    Re: fussy at breast

    Remember that plastic bottles leech plastic into the liquid that they contain. Glass bottles are a good route to take.
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    Re: Sore and cracked nipple - HELP!

    Wow, you just gave me a very painful flash back. I used Lanolin and rubbed expressed breast milk on my nipples.

    I remember that pain and cringing every time by LO fed. For me the pain stopped...
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    Re: Breastfeeding and Alcohol

    I find that one drink does nothing to me. I've gone out drinking twice since my DS was born ten months ago. I was able to have 6 drinks and at that point I felt a bit tipsy. It's funny because I...
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    Re: Possible repeat

    They become more efficient eaters as they breast feed longer.
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    Re: Breastfeeding and Alcohol

    I've always heard that one drink takes 1.5 hours to leave your system. Think of it this way: I don't know if you've used Gripe water to settle your LO's tummy or for teething, but it used to contain...
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    Re: Nursing position?

    He hasn't gotten any ear infections yet so I'm sure he'll be fine. How could there be a connection between cross cradle nursing and ear infections? Sounds like a spoof
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    Re: plugged duct, mastis?

    I've had a plugged duct before.. it sucked! Try breast feeding your LO with their chin pointed in the direction of where the plugged duct is. It may be awkward but it worked for me.
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