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July 24th, 2013, 08:02 PM
MerinSun MerinSun is offline
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Alex, DS1, was this way for moooonths. What was very upsetting was that we bought a very nice swing and he hated it. But he would be soothed by my placing him in a basket and swinging him between my legs. Nuts! It was about this time I began to wear him. Made a huge difference. I could eat and read a book!

Does your SO pitch in enough, do you feel? He can wear the baby, too. Also, I know we advised you to shift your pump schedule to allow you to bottle feed your son, but do try to let SO do it so you can get a break. Also, fight for an hour to yourself a day, at least. Pumping is intense work. Caring for a newborn is also intense. You need space to refresh.

'Scuse the bad typing, please. 'Breast is Best' but not when browsing the internet!

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