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    went to a family bbq, was hubby’s family. Was feeding ollie and one of the young girls asked if she could hold him, she was about 13. I said i’m feeding him at the moment, and she said ah breast feeding thats cool, and her friend said yeah. Hopefully they were two future breast feeders!

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    ollie does explosive poos also. When he was a few weeks old we were at the hospital where they were checking his jaundice. I was feeding him when he did an explosive poo up his back. He had at the time only his nappy on so it went all over the front of my jeans dripped between my legs and onto the back of them!

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    With my first I was in 2 days before and 5 after, had a bit of difficult birth. By day 5 I was ready to go. This time I was in one night which was fine for me.

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    Mere- It’s funny that you brought up the cereal thing because someone in our wk as well is starting SOLIDS already. I was shocked and she said her doctor told her to because he seemed hungry still and he’d stopped sleeping through the night.

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    Bri
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    Jessica, I’m the same way. I feel soooo darn blessed that I don’t have to work anymore. I’m blessed to be able to stay home with my boys and breastfeed for however long they want to. I stopped working when Chris was 15 months. I was still pumping cause he couldn’t handle cow’s milk very well. He’s fine with it now but some babies just don’t until later. So, it was either pump or formula. And I was not doing formula when I have a perfectly good functioning breasts right here. HAHA!

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    dominique–you can get fenugreek at vitamins.com for cheaper (I also bought it at a health foods store my first time). Once you start taking it like they say (until you smell like maple syrup), you’ll want to get it for cheaper. I haven’t needed it with this baby, but I took 16-20 pills a day with my first.

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    illy2
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    By the way she is ebf!!

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    rodazie
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    Hi ladies, i feel its time to say something as you have no idea how reading on here has helped me these past few weeks btw since i am not EBF, am i welcome on this forum, i see alot of drama about FF. my Alex got into formula from the NICU when i was in ICU and had to waste my BM due to drugs..i really don’t need to explain myself to anyone but i would rather not be judged for giving Alex formula at nightly feedings!!

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    Bri
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    Chris was turned at 11 1/2 months but Alex is only 7 months. The studies show that the longer you wait the better they are. The movement basically says that their necks and bodies are still very weak at a year and 20lbs so they should be older. Blah blah blah! I haven’t really researched it but I don’t know where they would either. How you would like to sit rear facing for an 8 hour car trip. Just not happening. Alex is 24lbs now and I’m sure he’ll be 30 when he’s one. It’s just really hard putting him into the seat. Once he’s in he’s ok. He bends his legs and lets them flop out at the knees. HAHA! It just getting there that is the hard part.

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    Bri
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    tblue – I love my boppy. Not only is it good for breastfeeding but you can use it to help baby sit up or during tummy time. Even Dad will like using it while rocking the little guy/gal. When making a breastfeeding package I always put in a naked boppy and two covers. Because it’s used so often it is bound to get spills on it, either milk or poo so it’s nice to be able to wash the cover and not have to wash the actually pillow. They have protective covers as well.

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    Bri
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    Wright County Egg packages shell egg products under the following brand names: Lucerne, Albertson, Mountain Dairy, Ralph’s, Boomsma’s, Sunshine, Hillandale, Trafficanda, Farm Fresh, Shoreland, Lund, Dutch Farms and Kemps. The brands are distributed nationwide. The recall affects eggs packed in several different sized cartons, from a half dozen to 18-eggs.

    The Egg Safety Center says recalled eggs are in cartons with a three-digit code ranging from 136 to 225 and plant numbers P-1026, P-1413, and P-1946. The numbers are on one end of the egg carton.

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    shiz
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    Scarlet-you got one in a million type of dh’s! mine is great and does alot of what yours does. Its nice to have that support right there at home as we do here on these forums.

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    I don’t recall losing my hair after James but its been very annoying since growing back. I have little tufts all along the edge of my hair.

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    mybabysuprise – the only sweetener I’ve used is splenda and I use it sparingly. I’ve read that it should be OK to use while nursing… still anything artificial I take in small amounts.

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    Bri
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    First latch - Alex

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