Hi ladies --
We are grasping at far-fetched ideas here. My DD breastfeeds happily, usually a lot in the morning and before naps/bedtime, but is less interested during the day. (We are happily and gradually weaning, at her pace, although I am mostly pump-weaned -yay!)
She's been drinking whole, cow's milk (organic) for two months, sometimes cut with breastmilk, but not much anymore since the pumping is rare. Her system hasn't had any problem transitioning.
But a few days ago, she woke up by throwing up. I thought it was just a random incident, maybe teeth, maybe snot draining into her belly (she's had a runny nose), but it happened again after she had some cow milk split with pumped breastmilk (pumped the day before, refrigerated and then frozen). In between throwing up, she's her happy little self, no fever, not fussy.
Yesterday I was gone for 27 hours, and she only had cow's milk --no throwing up. I got home today, she nursed hungrily and about an hour later, threw everything up. She wanted to continue nursing right away, although I tried to limit her intake.
Anyone heard of this happening? Is it just a coincidence? Nothing in my diet has really changed, nor has the storage of the milk been an issue.
Thanks for any ideas.