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  1. Re: Toddler is super picky eater. Not interested in food.

    I gotta say, it's nice to hear other stories of pickiness. Makes be feel relieved that it's normal to some extent. (Even though I know it's normal, it's still helpful to hear it. haha)

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  2. Re: Toddler is super picky eater. Not interested in food.

    Thanks for sharing your experience and thoughts!

    Speaking of "not making a big deal of it" and so forth... I usually make sure meal time is as low-stress as possible with no pressure and letting...
  3. Toddler is super picky eater. Not interested in food.

    Hi all. I have a 2 year old who still loves to nurse pretty frequently.

    We have such a tough time with solid foods though. She likes very few foods and even with those foods it's very unreliable...
  4. Re: Boob-lovin' toddler starting daycare. Need advice.

    Very helpful. Thanks so much everyone for sharing your experiences.
  5. Boob-lovin' toddler starting daycare. Need advice.

    Hi all.

    My daughter is 22 months old and starting 3-days/week at daycare soon (8 hours per day). Up to now I've been a stay-at-home mom and she nurses on demand whenever she wants. I really don't...
  6. Re: Feel like I have "just enough" or wh

    Thank you all for weighing in and letting me know this can be a normal experience to have!
  7. Feel like I have "just enough" or what?

    I'm a first time mom and my little gal is 4 mos old and I feel like we have the hang of breastfeeding. But one thing that always concerns me is that everything I read and everyone I talk to describes...
  8. Re: Nursing in chilly room / chilly weat

    Thanks for all of the great ideas everyone! Much appreciated.
  9. Nursing in chilly room / chilly weather

    Anyone else get cold easily? Anyone seen any nursing tops that you can buy that don't expose you to so much cool air?
  10. Re: Day supply is awful but night is gre

    Regarding the formula potentially causing a supply drop, I do make sure to pump in place of that feeding so hopefully that helps. I do think it's a good point that the ease of the bottle may be...
  11. Re: Day supply is awful but night is gre

    I think in my case, my baby pulling away is very likely slow flow / difficulty getting the milk out. So I'll be sure to do more breast compressions.

    It's good to know that nursing allllll day can...
  12. Re: Day supply is awful but night is gre

    Thanks so much for the replies!

    To answer the question about diapers, before we started giving the nightly bottle of formula she was pooping like a champ! :-) About 8 good sized poops per day. Now...
  13. Re: Day supply is awful but night is gre

    Just to add that during the day I'd love to be able to feed her a nice amount of milk at one feeding so she has a full belly and we can stop nursing and do tummy time or go out for an hour to have...
  14. Day supply is awful but night is great?

    Hello all. My daughter is 10 weeks old. I'm so confused and disheartened about my situation and I'm wondering if it's normal or what I can do about it.

    During the day it feels like I'm so empty. I...
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