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    Default What should we expect as far as BMs go now?

    I know his poop is gonna be stinkier, but what other changes should we expect? What should we watch out for? Should he start going every day (he's always been a once-a-week pooper)?
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    Iryssa(24), DH(27)


    DS born Sept. 21 '07, 8.5lbs
    Nursed for the last time Oct. 20 '08

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    Default Re: What should we expect as far as BMs go now?

    wondering the same thing


    Jeanne (my middle name IRL)


    Mommy to two girls (M & M), born Sept. '07 and Sept. '09

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    Default Re: What should we expect as far as BMs go now?

    My DS2 has always had an every other day BM. I thought when we started solids that would change and it didn't. His pedi said it was okay, he was not constipated unless he had discomfort and/or it was hard etc.. or if his pattern changed drastically. DS1 has always had a BM everyday. Every lo is different so I would just watch for any signs of constipation and a pattern should emerge soon.
    I'm just jealous.
    Proud mom of 2 boys, both weaned gradually and with love.


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