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  1. #21
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    put the bottles away. Pretend for 24 hours that you don't own them. Sometimes we do better when we don't have options because it forces us to try harder
    ~Jenn~


    mother of 2 boys!
    08/14/98~~03/20/08

    Birth: 7lbs 12oz, 1 year: 22lbs 11oz
    until he self-weaned 4 days before his third birthday ... still on occasion ... and happily

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    People need to understand that when they're deciding between breastmilk and formula, they're not deciding between Coke and Pepsi.... They're choosing between a live, pure substance and a dead substance made with the cheapest oils available. ~Chele Marmet

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    This is your chance to make breastfeeding really work. Invest the time and energy NOW. Otherwise you are highly likely to end up with no option other than exclusive pumping, and that is almost always much, much harder than nursing. It can be done, lots of moms do it- but if you can nurse, do.
    Coolest thing my big girl said recently: "How can you tell the world is moving when you are standing on it?"
    Coolest thing my little girl sang recently: "I love dat one-two pupples!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by @llli*mommal View Post
    This is your chance to make breastfeeding really work. Invest the time and energy NOW. Otherwise you are highly likely to end up with no option other than exclusive pumping, and that is almost always much, much harder than nursing. It can be done, lots of moms do it- but if you can nurse, do.
    This part is important to remember. Moms that have both exclusively nursed and exclusively pumped will tell you the same thing - it's harder and more time consuming to pump than it is to nurse. More desire and determination is needed. Breastfeeding does get easier, whereas pumping has the same intensity until you are finished.

    You CAN do this mama.
    ~Jenn~


    mother of 2 boys!
    08/14/98~~03/20/08

    Birth: 7lbs 12oz, 1 year: 22lbs 11oz
    until he self-weaned 4 days before his third birthday ... still on occasion ... and happily

    ************************************************** ************************************************** *****************
    People need to understand that when they're deciding between breastmilk and formula, they're not deciding between Coke and Pepsi.... They're choosing between a live, pure substance and a dead substance made with the cheapest oils available. ~Chele Marmet

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