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  1. #11
    Join Date
    Nov 2007
    SW Ohio

    Default Re: Im worried, this is wrong..

    Quote Originally Posted by @llli*caylamac View Post
    [B]ps.. how did it go over night iwthout your LO, did you pump at all to relive the pressure? cuz today when I got home from not nursing DD from 7am-4pm I was so full it hurtttttttttttttttttttttttttt!
    Oh, yes I definitely pumped while I was gone. I was gone for two days, and pumped in the morning and before bed, which corresponds to about how much my LO is nursing these days. I ended up pumping 4 times while I was gone and brought home 20 oz. of milk. LO picked up nursing again as if I were never gone.

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  2. #12
    Join Date
    Jun 2008

    Default Re: Im worried, this is wrong..

    My guy is 13 months. He has been a very busy toddler since he started walking at 10 months He does sometimes pull on my shirt during the day, but just checks in briefly and then goes away to do something else. He still nurses before bed and at night, sometimes early morning and before naps. He's just busy. They explore so much at this age, so I wouldn't worry. Keep offering if you want to keep nursing during the day.
    Mama to William James born January 2nd, 2008
    Nursed 2 years, 2 months! and I think we're done!
    And our new Lucy Jane born March 30th, 2010, 7 lb. 4 oz., 20.5 inches

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  3. #13
    Join Date
    Feb 2008
    grays harbor

    Default Re: Im worried, this is wrong..

    Quote Originally Posted by @llli*danlynclark View Post
    Don't offer, don't refuse IS a weaning technique. So it might help for you to offer the breast if you want her to continue. Not saying she is weaning, but sometimes busy toddlers need reminders to come to the breast.

    oh no, i'll start offering moreee! I dont want her to wean, its ONLY been a year

    Mama 2 Allie who Self-weaned @ 2 1/2
    Korben Jon born 07/25/2011*

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