Re: Breastfeeding Problems
The more you nurse on the weekend, the better. If the baby wants to nurse every hour, or even every 45 minutes, view it as an opportunity. Don't let the daycare schedule rule your life- your job is to be a happy mom with a happy, healthy, thriving baby. Not to make life easier for the daycare workers by adhering to their program.
I wish that sleeping through the night and a great milk supply were a package deal. But for many moms, especially working moms, they're not. For a lot of moms, it's a baby who sleeps through the night OR a good milk supply. Not both. So unfair!
I am with the PP who suggested that the APY isn't a heavyweight pump. I think it's a good pump for a mom who doesn't have to rely too heavily on pumping- like a mom who is supplementing with formula or only working part-time. Moms who work full-time may do better with a pump like the Medela Pump in Style or Hyegeia Enjoye, or even a hospital-grade rental, for that extra level of stimulation and milk removal.
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!"