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... another question is once you have warmed the bottle, fed the baby , and there is half left can i put it back in the refridgerator? ... (4 replies)
Lactating Ladies!
Mar 21, 2006
... Great thread! DD is 6 weeks and I have exclusively breastfed aswell. I'm still on Mat. leave so I don't have to pump that often but I'am trying to build up a freezer supply. ... (11 replies)
... wondering if you could pump just before the baby is due. Do you mean can you pump before you have the baby? ... (10 replies)

... Dr said she was a "rock star". I have been advised by many DR's or friends or even the day care lady to drop the bottle and get her used to the sippy cup for all milk or juice. Limit juice to only about 4 ounces a day. ... (5 replies)
... mimicking your chewing motions, and most importantly, loss of the tongue thrust reflex. This reflux causes the tongue to move in back to front motion, which is how they massage the areola of your breast to elicit the let down of your milk. ... (2 replies)
... Thank you all for your replies, it really helps me out a lot. ... (15 replies)
... had all the comforts of home. On a plane that will be a little harder. Definitely, DO NOT drink the water. I have always followed that rule for myself. As to the milk thing. I am not sure how long you are going for. But buy milk here and put it in a cooler with dry ice and take it with. ... (6 replies)
... I may just be blind, so I'll look again tomorrow, or it may have been in one of the older catalogues that expired...I'll try and find it for you though and get back to you. ... (466 replies)
... No matter what you do, you need to start pumping that milk out or you will lose it. Pump the contaminated milk and find out how long it takes for the botox to leave your system. Ask the pediatrician. In the meantime, unless you have some previously pumped milk, I suppose you'll have to feed formula. ... (3 replies)
... we've had a very similar situation not too long ago, ear infections, and to top it off, a trip to the east coast, visiting grandma, who wouldn't let her cry... ... (7 replies)
... I feel, today, that I can definately interject a lot to this discussion as a mother of 2 boys who both have challenged me at bed time. ... (8 replies)
... I think it took about a couple weeks of pumping and figuring out a pumping schedule for my body to start making more and figuring out when the best time was for me to pump. ... (26 replies)
... gets excited when the spoon comes and he opens his mouth before its even there for him, and he kicks his feet like a wild man between spoonfuls. And depending on how hungry he is, if you spoon feed him too slow he sure lets you know about it. LOL. ... (466 replies)
... Well June is such a long way to go in terms of growing baby and what the needs might be in June so when the time comes pump out some milk a week or so before the wedding and just see for yourself how much you will need ...also you need to know if baby will even take a bottle... ... (7 replies)
Anyone Doing PDF?
Feb 12, 2006
... ad a snack in between. I hope that she will get into the habit of eating at these times and she does seem to be. Also, if we are going out, or about to go on a long journey I often give her a 'top up' of milk before we go so I know she won't be hungry when we're half way down the motorway or in the middle of the supermarket. ... (22 replies)
... Welcome March mammas, I'm so glad you made it to the infant boards. It's been hard to find time to get on the internet, but I feel bad if I can't check in on you guys. ... (33 replies)

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