At week 39 with our second, I have to be completely honest – I haven’t done much to “prepare” for breastfeeding this time around. It’s a completely different feeling. It’s a combination of just being too damn busy, and having a sense of calm about it all. I’m feeling ready, and just expect that my…
It’s important to note some things that will help your little one be successful at bottle feeding but also have it remain compatible with your nursing relationship.
Having the right size flange can be an important component to a successful pumping session.
Three years, one month, and I think I can say that Maddy has weaned. Maybe.
We’re expecting!! We’re so excited and Maddy is completely over the moon about being a big sister and already loves her sibling. She is constantly hugging and kissing my belly, saying “Baby, baby, I love you baby!” I can’t wait to see her flourish as a big sister.
With all that I thought it’d be a good time to do a “Where are we now?” post and let you in on our little world of, yes, still nursing (and nursing while pregnant to boot)!
My thoughts on weaning
Here are some of my favorite quick snacks that will curb your appetite and help your supply at the same time!
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So what’s going on in the land of “Nursies”??
Here’s what a ‘day in the life’ looks like right now.
To an exclusively breastfed baby, bottles are, simply put- weird. So it should come to no surprise that when offered for the first time our babies will, sometimes, freak the F out.