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I thought the same thing, lol. I'm 11 weeks pp, and there's been a few times it seemed like I was going to O, but then never reached peak. I've gotten a little freaked out that I might have missed something, though, and have POAS a few times. 9 months is awesome! Your longest infertile stretch yet, right? Have an secrets to pass along?
Have a baby that needs you a lot. Terra needs me more than the other kids did. Also I've been better at breastfeeding over the time. Like with Courtney (each kid extended me long) I formula fed on occasion because I had a surgery at 3 weeks postpartum so once I started, when I needed to go to school we just did it sometimes.
Then there was Rock who wouldn't take a bottle, but he was offered one often enough.
Then LJ who I started working full-time and didn't feed or pump during the da.
Then Amber we actually brought her to school at lunch each day.
Terra comes each day, and I'm part time, so it all helps it stay gone. But I had this one time in January I swear I got to peak, but then I only made it 2 days instead of 3. I've been kinda freaked out ever since then, but I told a friend, if something somehow did happen thing I'd be 7 weeks like tomorrow and I'd be puking, and so I just relax when I remember that. I'm not nervous for NFP at all once my cycle returns, but until then I just feel like "Wow, what a long time to go." I like it, don't get me wrong, but wow.