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My Nightmare by [email protected]
I had a really bad nightmare last night! I dreamed that I was a newborn baby, and that CNN Headline anchor Robin Meade was my mother. The shocker came when I realized I was only going to be bottle...
May 6th 07 06:12 AM
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affording a family getaway... by [email protected]
How to MAKE THOUSANDS of DOLLARS: FAST,EASY, AND LEGALLY!!!!!!!! Don't believe it? Think it's a scam?keep reading... This seems to really have potential. This is the way the original post appeared when I first found it. Read it all then decide for yourself. It works for me! I found this on a...
May 6th 07 02:40 AM
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My Nightmare! by [email protected]
I had a really bad nightmare last night! I dreamed that I was a newborn, and that CNN Headline anchor Robin Meade was my mother... and she decided NOT to breast feed me! Wah!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! http://www.cnn.com/CNN/anchors_reporters/images/meade.robin.jpg
May 6th 07 02:27 AM
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6 mos eating by Nicole
Hi everyone: I just wanted to make sure I am not causing harm to my little one. I'm sure I'm not, but always good to get opions from other breastfeeding mommies. Neil is 6.5 mos old and still mainly breastfeeds. He eats some oatmeal for my sister and will eat prunes the ones from the jar that we...
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May 4th 07 09:12 PM
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Report: Breastfeeding Helps Fight Depression (Eyewitness News 3 Hartford) by [email protected]
www.wfsb.com/health/13253748/detail.html?rss=hart&psp=news A new report finds that breastfeeding can help new mothers fight depression. === DrillBits Educational Softwa http://members.aol.com/mill367
May 4th 07 08:14 PM
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CTTS by CY[_2_]
I was dressing my son for bed last night and with sudden recognition, he points to his own nipple and says "Ma-Milk?" (his name for nursing), and I said "Yes, that's YOUR Ma-Milk". With a cheeky grin, he looks down at himself and says "Drink it?" , and I say "Nooo, you can only drink Mama's",...
May 4th 07 05:35 PM
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Fenugreek by Workingmom
I have a Danish friend staying in Houston. She needs fenugreek - to treat a urinal infection. Where do you buy fenugreek in the USA?? Tine, Ditmar
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May 4th 07 04:31 PM
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weaning or maybe not, how to do it? by cjra
I don't _want_ to wean DD. In my ideal world we'd continue going until one of us is done. However we've already decided if at one year I'm not ovulating, to wean as we're very anxious to TTC. At almost 10 months now, DD is still a nursing machine. She nurses regularly 3x/ night (the last few nights...
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May 3rd 07 08:06 PM
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green poop by KB
My son is 2 months tomorrow. His poop is a bright green. I don't remember if this is normal. This is my second time breastfeeding. Kris
May 3rd 07 07:32 PM
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Cups of...? by xkatx
Just wondering. DD2 is now 6 months old. Still nursing strong, still strongly refusing EBM (given up on that a long while back) and still not really interested in any food, other than a boob. We have given her a bit of the rice cereal, but it's not a regular thing, and it's only at night if I find...
May 3rd 07 07:11 PM
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Sensitive BFing photo by Chookie
Well, not really. But it is funny! Senator Bill Heffernan, of our governing coalition, claimed that the deputy Leader of the Opposition, Julia Gillard, was unfit to lead the country because she was deliberately childless, and that this would render her unable to understand the electorate. A...
May 3rd 07 01:11 PM
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Why women should BF in public by Chookie
So as not to be groped! http://www.smh.com.au/news/national/breastfeeding-mother-groped-in-mall/2007/05 /03/1177788293611.html Unbelieveable! -- Chookie -- Sydney, Australia (Replace "foulspambegone" with "optushome" to reply)
May 3rd 07 01:03 PM
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also underweight by determined
So Emily was diagnosed with asthma yesterday. My husband had taken her to the doctor, and after he told me that she had asthma, I was busy processing that. Later he told me she has also dropped 2 lbs in the alst 6 weeks. She has been on or below the 5th percentile since about 2 months, but...
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May 3rd 07 11:52 AM
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Child feeding by shamin zawminlay
I think it is better way to feed child.
May 3rd 07 10:12 AM
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endless coughing by determined
Emily is almost 17 months. Around the end of March, she came down with a miserable cold. She was pretty unhappy for about a week, but by then the bulk of the cold symptoms disappeared. Except a cough. SHe is fine during the day, in that she doesn't cough as much, but at night, she coughs and...
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May 2nd 07 02:35 PM
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Why are so many women getting MS? - 30 April 2007 by JOHN
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May 2nd 07 11:17 AM
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migraines and nursing by JJ
Does anyone know of a connection between weaning and development of migraines? I'm 34, and had mild to moderate migraines about 10 years ago that in hindsigh were clearly stress related. None since then until DD was 8 months old, and cutting back on her milk. I had exercised very hard that day...
April 30th 07 03:14 AM
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April 29th 07 10:54 PM
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The Top 10 Ways to Earn Money at Home by sanwan
The Top 10 Ways to Earn Money at Home You do not have to read many success stories before you start wishing you could work for yourself. The opportunity to be your own boss and the potential for high income are enough to entice us to venture on our own. But what can you do? What kind of business...
April 29th 07 05:15 PM
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Low supply due to slow build up of milk by [email protected]
I am having a problem with supply. My son was born 3 weeks early and is now 8 weeks old. I have been having problems breastfeeding from the beginning. Know problems are high palette and weak sucking. The hospital grade pump is stronger than he is. I have been on Fenegreek and Blessed Thistle and...
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April 29th 07 04:49 PM
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