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Thanks for not giving up! by Marvin L. Zinn
All, I read only a small sample of the messages in this newsgroup. My interest is in general health, and certainly knowing how to feed a baby in the only correct way is a big part of that. I just want to say that I am greatly impressed with the effort you mothers expend, often against...
December 18th 04 09:16 PM
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nut lovers rejoice by Dagny
Rant: When will we start learning not to listen to doctors and just live and parent like everything is normal? http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/472339?mpid=26753 .... The researchers concluded that partial food avoidance strategies in the third trimester and during breastfeeding were not...
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May 5th 04 11:12 PM
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TV show - toxins in breastmilk by Andrea
Monday at 8 pm ITV1 (In the UK), apparently every woman to be should watch this. They were saying that toxins in breastmilk can make your baby grow slowly. I will be watching out of interest. Andrea mom of 5.
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May 5th 04 11:00 PM
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Why is this getting to me? by CY
I saw my friend's neighbor yesterday and until last week she was nursing her baby girl. She works very long hours and was pumping during the workday and nursing directly in the evenings/weekends. When I saw her I asked her if she was still nursing and she said she just stopped this week because...
April 14th 04 04:39 PM
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FAO Poppy OT Rainbow fleece by Ellie
Hi Poppy Just a question for you about the rainbow fleece nappies - am I right in thinking that becasue it's stuffable the fleece needs to be changed with each 'stuffing' change? I'm thinking that if that was the case then I'd need rather a lot, although I could always use it as a wrap rather...
April 14th 04 04:37 PM
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Happy 1st Birthday, Arwen! by DeliciousTruffles
Happy 1st Birthday to Jodi's (hobbes) Arwen! I hope you have a wonderful day! :-) -- Brigitte aa #2145 http://ca.geocities.com/bironmonger/ Please excuse the quality. It is under construction and I am still learning. :-)
April 14th 04 04:35 PM
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Saw a Woman by badgirl
in the grocery store tonight. She was paying for a case an a half of Similac with WIC coupons. This just depresses me. I REALLY think the state should be spending it's money on BF classes instead of paying for formula for healthy women. I asked how old the baby was, in hopes that maybe it was young...
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April 14th 04 04:35 PM
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OT - anybody use Tots Bots nappies? by Ellie
And if so what do you think? Thanks Ellie
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April 14th 04 04:28 PM
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Pictures of Morgan by Carol Ann
April 14th 04 04:15 PM
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DS Refusing to BF to sleep--what now? (long) by Belphoebe
Those who have noted that the one certainty regarding babies/toddlers is change are so right. . . . DS is a little over 13 months old. We have always nursed to sleep, both for naps and night sleep. At night, we cosleep. A normal-ish night would be nurse to sleep at 10 pm, nurse 1-3 times during...
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April 14th 04 03:46 PM
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My turn!! (Pics) by Plissken
My very talented friend (Alicia aka liquid who posts here occasionally) took these pictures of Maddy on Good Friday. I just had to share them. The password is Madeline... http://public.fotki.com/Plissken/ Nadene
April 14th 04 02:09 PM
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Fears of Smothering During Co Sleeping by Carol Ann
Tell me again that it is okay to co-sleep. I'm worried that I may smother Morgan. ~Carol Ann
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April 14th 04 01:51 PM
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Isabella's 2 month Stats by DeliciousTruffles
Well, I have a pretty chunky monkey of a girl. :-) 75%ile in height and weight and 50%ile in head circumference. At 2 months (8 1/2 weeks) she is 12 lb. 11 oz. :-) She also had her shots today. Poor thing. Two shots in her right leg and one shot in her left. I tried to nurse her during but...
April 14th 04 11:04 AM
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bf ads on aussie tv by elizabeth emerald
i saw a couple of ads on tv last nite on late-nite australian tv with breastfeeding in them. the first was for "day & night contact lenses". i wasn't watching very carefully, but they were showing all the everyday things that people can do with these contact lenses that you can leave in for 30...
April 14th 04 09:20 AM
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Drop in antibodies after 6 months? by Cheryl S.
This link was in my BabyCenter email for this week. http://tinyurl.com/35y5w I was very surprised to read this in it, under the section on preventing ear infections: "Practitioners such as Ruben believe that mothers transfer certain immune-building antibodies to their babies through breast milk....
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April 14th 04 05:44 AM
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Snuggle Nest Question by Carol Ann
How long were you able to use yours? Do you recommend any other type of co sleeping bed? ~Carol Ann
April 14th 04 05:06 AM
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Unable to breastfeed by DeliciousTruffles
Laura & Bella wrote: I just had surgery a few days ago and I am looking at a 4-6 week recovery. I am in pain all the time it seems and on meds to help with it, but I find I cannot seem to nurse Bella at all. I try despite how uncomfortable I am, but I cannot keep it up, as much as I would...
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April 14th 04 12:54 AM
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say what to toddler about nursing pain? by Vicki S
My daughter is almost 23 months old now, and I am 19 weeks pregnant. Sometimes, nursing her hurts. As a result, I pretty much only nurse her to sleep. (I did nurse her today after another kid knocked her down, but that's rare these days.) Tonight I was nursing her to sleep and it hurt enough...
April 14th 04 12:15 AM
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think we may have dropped a night feed! by teapot
This is probably tempting fate to write it down but so far so good. I had been putting it off for ages as there was always some excuse; Moo was teething, or had a cold. In the end I reasoned that there would always be some excuse and I needed more than 3 hours sleep. I was feeding him every 2 to...
April 13th 04 11:22 PM
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Calcium needs for breastfeeding? by Cathy Weeks
Help! I broke my wrist in Feb... and everything is going fine. Physical Therapy for 2 weeks helped me get mobility back, and strength is coming along fine. However, the doctor yelled at me for not getting enough calcium. I haven't bothered with prenatal tabs for the last year or so. I do drink...
April 13th 04 11:11 PM
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