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Tall women are bottlefeeders by [email protected]
Tall women with masculine traits seldom have children 10/13/2005 11:59 Tall women have fewer children because it is difficult for them to find lifetime partners Tall women are busy with making good careers and have fewer children, but this is not explained with their failure to find good partners....
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October 20th 05 10:48 PM
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ack! too cute! by Melania
So, while nursing, ds#2 popped off, looked up at me, and said "Ai!" So I said, "hi!" He smiled and latched back on. A second later he popped off and said, "Moo!" so I said moo back. He laughed and said moo again, so I said moo again, and he giggled and latched back on. Then he popped off and said...
October 20th 05 09:19 PM
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Gentian Violet . . . ? by Patagonia
I have tried Nystatin, Diflucan, Nystatin again, acidopholus powder and grapefruit seed extract, and the child STILL has thrush. I am down to the purple stuff - not happy about it, but I have to give it a shot. Anyone try this? Any experience you can tell me about? Thanks!
October 20th 05 03:39 PM
by Patagonia Go to last post
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new weird behaviour by Jo
Ok, so I'm learning to deal with the shorter sleeps Will is having. He goes to sleep really easily, it's just a matter of keeping him asleep. That's not the weird bit.... Today when he was getting close to his sleep time, he was getting *really* wired... almost manic. Giggling, squealing,...
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October 20th 05 12:39 AM
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mixed feelings about total bottle rejection by Melania
Well, it's official. After four months of taking EBM from a bottle without too much fuss, ds#2 has decided that really boob is the only way to go. The last three times he's been left with a bottle of EBM, he's fussed and refused it most stubbornly. And don't get me started on the failed attempts to...
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October 19th 05 08:05 PM
by Melania Go to last post
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AF by A&G&K&H
The actual thing and not the newsgroup ;)........ Just curious to see if this could be "normal" .. details (not too graphic but still not to savoury) follow.
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October 19th 05 04:08 PM
by JennP Go to last post
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white spots, not plugged ducts by Anne Rogers
I have a couple of white spots on one of my nipples, they are not plugged ducts as there is milk coming out of them and no blockage behind, they are a little sore, but not excessively so, any ideas? Anne
October 19th 05 03:09 PM
by Jo Go to last post
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rash - roseola? by Rebecca Jo
Alexander & I took a nap yesterday from 4 to 5 & when I woke up his cheeks were all red & rash covered. First I thought it might be because I used a lotion that had buttermilk in it (we're still not sure exactly what he's allergic to) but I don't know. I gave him a bath but that didn't help. The...
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October 19th 05 02:42 PM
by Rebecca Jo Go to last post
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Big problem by Hillary Israeli
In , Catherine Woodgold wrote: *I don't see how cold-turkey weaning would be any *easier or more helpful than cold-turkey night weaning. Not that this is applicable to the original poster's particular situation, but regarding this quoted...
October 18th 05 06:25 PM
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1 year anniversary by Marion
I've been away from the group for a while due to moving into my new house, losing, then finding a job... but I have been checking in to read now and then... Anyway, Katy-bug just had her first birthday on 10/4, and we are still going strong. She's eating a lot of table food now,...
October 18th 05 04:08 PM
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FAO: Leslie by emilymr
Leslie -- A woman I "know" through blogging is training to be a childbirth educator with Birth Works, and she's looking for positive VBAC stories to share with her future clients. I figure you've got about the most positive VBACs ever with your 13+ pounders; would you be willing to let her use...
October 18th 05 02:40 PM
by Leslie Go to last post
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the things I have nursed this week by [email protected]
Baby is holding a pink panther doll up under my shirt at I type on the computer and is making sucking noises. Oh man the things I have nursed this week.. :) This is the first time I have nursed a panther though.
October 18th 05 12:56 AM
by Marion Go to last post
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Irvings fire editor over breastfeeding cover by [email protected]
Irvings fire editor over breastfeeding cover Last updated Oct 12 2005 06:32 AM NDT CBC News The Irving newspaper group in New Brunswick has pulled the latest issue of Here magazine from store shelves and fired its editor after a photo of a breastfeeding baby appeared on its cover. The photo is an...
October 17th 05 10:28 PM
by Mum of Two Go to last post
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growth spurts.... by arachne
.....suck. pardon the pun. DS2 started his 3 week growth spurt yesterday. and continues today. yesterday, i got a bit of a reprieve when i popped him in the sling. but today, he wanting to be attached permanently to my boobs. my arms (& i) are getting tired. on the bright side, i've totally...
October 17th 05 09:42 PM
by PattyMomVA Go to last post
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Lack of Wet Diapers by Leslie
This is probably going to sound like a crazy question to be asking at this time (with Lorelei being 11 months old!), but . . . Lorelei's diapers are just never that wet. Never soaking, never leaking, even overnight. Barely even damp to the touch, sometimes. (We use cloth, btw, just regular...
October 17th 05 06:35 PM
by zolwica Go to last post
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Pumping for preemies by Gorgon Park
Hi. I mostly lurk here, but I am trying to help my sister-in-law and I feel over my head, so I thought I would ask here. My sister in law gave birth to twins 2 weeks 3 days ago at 26.5 weeks gestation. They were born via c-section because of an incompetent cervix. The babies are holding their...
October 17th 05 04:47 PM
by Donna Metler Go to last post
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FAO Sammy by Anne Rogers
Did you get anywhere with your friend, really hope the baby is doing better now Anne
October 17th 05 03:21 PM
by Sammy Go to last post
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engorgement by [email protected]
The appointments went really well. Baby is gaining weight and is getting longer. I started walking about 20 min. for 4 days this past week. I didn't have a c-section so my recovery was a lot faster. Baby after 4 weeks was the exact same weight and height as my first baby when she was born. Isn't...
October 17th 05 06:32 AM
by Mum of Two Go to last post
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PolyViSol vs Chewable Vitamin by Carol Ann
Hi! Is there a difference in these two vitamins? Morgan would probably enjoy eating a chewable vitamin rather than the liquid. ~Carol Ann
October 16th 05 07:57 PM
by sharonx9 Go to last post
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how much sleep is too much? by Linz
Anne Rogers wrote: Are there any bugs going around, where you are? If so, could be that. But if you're worried, call NHSDirect. I actualled called my child and family team, they had me bring her into baby clinic which happened to be this afternoon, of course she was wide awake, they...
October 16th 05 04:20 AM
by Anne Rogers Go to last post
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