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10 Month Sleep Regression

Sleep regressions are one of those things that, as parents, we dread. Let’s face it – we all crave a good night’s sleep, and for mama’s, that can be especially hard to come by after baby. 799 more words

The life of a breastfeeding mom.

You will question your milk supply.
You will love the way your baby kicks his feet and wriggles his toes while he feeds.
Your baby will have a growth spurt and you will experience cluster feeding; you will question your milk supply. 433 more words

Sleep Training

This is going to be a long post.

From the moment I brought Michaela home I was nursing her on demand.  It was about every 3 hours.   1,813 more words

Favorite line of the day:

“Breastfed babies are especially portable” — Don’t know why, but this got me laughing pretty hard.

Breastfeeding Woes - and Triumphs

Breast feeding is probably one of the best decisions I have ever made in my life for my children. It’s something I can provide for them even after they spent all those months tethered to me in the womb, that keeps that connection alive even after we are no longer physically connected. 588 more words

Life With A Toddler: Mealtime Without And With A Baby

My husband and I, preBaby, would enjoy having breakfast in bed. We could pray for as long as we wanted: to thank God for our food, to ask that He also bless our families and loved ones with the same, etc. 122 more words

My breastfeeding story 

So when I first became pregnant I didn’t like there idea of breastfeeding, i was slightly selfish and thought of things like well I don’t want it to ruin my boobs and I would never have confidence to do it in public ect… As I spoke to my midwife more and more and attended breast feeding classes I started to realise how amazing it would be and how good it would be for my baby so from then i decided I was definitely going to try it but always made sure I wouldn’t be disheartened if the baby didn’t take to it! 533 more words