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    Re: breastmilk jaundice starting at 2 months?

    Thanks again. It really was the timing that was throwing the pediatrician. Since the bad things that can cause jaundice are serious and it wasn't presenting like he was used to seeing with...
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    Re: breastmilk jaundice starting at 2 months?

    Hi,

    Thanks for your reply. She may have been jaundiced all along, but it is unlikely given that she was seen at the peds office at 6 days and at one month (she was a little early, so they wanted...
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    breastmilk jaundice starting at 2 months?

    Hi, all,

    I have read prior threads about breastmilk jaundice, but I'm wondering if anyone has had an experience like mine. My baby is 2 months old, and hadn't been jaundiced since about 4 days...
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    Re: 3 yr old wants to nurse again

    That's what I thought, too, but I offered and she nursed for a few seconds. Then she has asked again every night since. Maybe tonight I'll ask if a good cuddle will suffice.
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    3 yr old wants to nurse again

    Hi,

    My 3 year old (+ 3 months) self weaned about a year ago. I'm pregnant now and expecting her little sibling in about 6-8 weeks. We've been talking a lot about the new baby, and two days ago...
  6. Re: anyone have to leave a toddler for travel?

    Oo. I hadn't checked this thread in a while. Sorry I didn't get back to you. Once my daugther was down to once a day, I didn't have to pump at all when I went away. She doesn't always fall asleep...
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    Re: Anyone breastfeed on a plane?

    Looks like you've already got a lot of good responses, but I thought I'd add a little.

    I've nursed my daughter on planes many, many times. On really long flights, it is essential. She also has...
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    giving up that last session

    Hi, everyone,

    My daughter (26 months) has been down to just her "going night night" session for quite a while now. When I'm not home, she's fine, but when I am home, she won't accept not nursing...
  9. Re: anyone have to leave a toddler for travel?

    Hi,

    I've had to leave my toddler for travel several times. The latest was for a week when she was 23 months. She was totally fine and asked to nurse when I got home. However, she was already...
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    Re: Balancing Act - EBF and Career? (academic)

    Oh, it is so good to read these posts. As an academic, too, I feel both blessed that I have such a flexible job and cursed because I could work twice as many hours as I work and still not be done. ...
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    Re: business trip - don't want to wean

    Hi, everyone,

    Well, hubby and toddler returned home last night. And she wanted to nurse just before she went to sleep, like always. I was worried that she might have forgotten (her latch needed...
  12. Re: seeking EBF advice: skinny baby refusing solids

    Rebecca, although I agree with your points about breastmilk continuing to be good for baby/toddler - a study came out recently that indicated that breastmilk composition (% fat, calories per ounce,...
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    mammograms - was Re: business trip - don't want to wean

    I wanted to let you know that you absolutely do NOT need to wean if you need a mammogram. I actually asked that question of a radiologist who works in a breast center just this week. If you can...
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    Re: business trip - don't want to wean

    Thanks for your comments and support. My trip is at the end of April, and I'll let you know what happens. As long as she doesn't forget *how* to nurse (which hopefully is unlikely), I'm sure she'll...
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    Re: business trip - don't want to wean

    Actually, his trip is longer than my business trip - and he planned it so that they leave the same day I do. His family is out of the country, and my trip is a 4 hour plane ride (I live in the...
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    business trip - don't want to wean

    Hi, everyone,

    I have a business trip coming up and my husband is going to take our 18month old to visit his family then. I'll be away from them for about a week. I'm scared that she won't want...
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