Re: LO Comfort Nursing me into insanity
You and your DD have had a rough few weeks, but there is light at the end of this tunnel.
You have been meeting her needs all along, and this will make her a stronger and happier and better adjusted individual.
lack of sleep has a way of squeezing the joy out of mothering.
i could not have done it without napping everyday.
I was lucky b/c even though my own mom did not breastfeed she never let me cry it out.
And she passed on that wisdom to me and my siblings.
I know it will be hard to go back to work, but your DD will enjoy the rhythms of a new routine with her day care friends and care givers.
And who knows, she might be so puckered out at the end of the day that her night time fussiness will be a thing of the past.
DD#1 July 1986 VB
DD#2 April 1988 c/sec
DS#3 April 1990 VBAC
DS#4 June 1993 VB
DD#5 April 2001 c/sec
BTDT scars and stretchmarks,: wrinkles and grey hair