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  1. #11
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    BTW, your pics are VERY cute! Nice little prego belly! And Colin is absolutely beautiful. I'm sure you're so proud!

    Lisa

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    Loved the photos! Your baby is adorable and so are you!

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    Thanks so much
    Mom to Colin Robert - Born on January 28, 2007

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  4. #14
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    AAW! tiny baby! Aren't they so cute when they have that baby fuzz all over them? At 3 monthes my boy still has some whisps of monkey hair on his ears. Loved your pictures!

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    Both of my babies BFed for a long time at first, even up to an hour. Remember, the time between feedings is measured from the beginning of one to the beginning of the next. I agree with the pp that newborns are just not that efficient at getting the milk out yet. Now my DD can be on and off in 5 minutes or less!
    I read, watched movies, chatted on the phone or otherwise distracted myself when I was bored. I would keep trying side-lying. It is hard with a newborn because they are so small and have no body control-I couldn't do it with my newborns either but it becomes a lifesaver.
    Congrats again on the new LO-your little family is so cute!

    Molly

    Loving mama to JP (DS, 1/03 ~ nursed 6 mos), EL (DD1, 9/05 ~ nursed 4 yrs), EJ (DD2, 3/08 ~ nursed 3 yrs 9 mos), and
    JM (DD3, 6/12 ~ currently nursing), all born naturally
    Devoted wife to SAHD P, my hero
    A few of my favorite things that I've discovered on the forum: co-sleeping, baby-wearing, tandem nursing, baby-led solids, cloth diapering, APing, selective vaccination...the list goes on

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