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xwoman74



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PostSubject: Re: Any suggestions?   Sat Sep 20, 2008 8:57 am

Danielle wrote:
You know what? Get over the breast feeding. I am not a fan of Krystine but it obviously did not work for her so at least she tried.

Damn boob Nazi

Gotta love the people that compare women to Nazi's. Sick fucks.

And I am very pro breastfeeding. Sorry you hate people that want others to know the truth about the benefits of human breast milk.
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PostSubject: Re: Any suggestions?   Sat Sep 20, 2008 12:33 pm

i went to a lactition specialist. 2 actually one saw me at the hospital as well and another came to my home so in total thats 4.
and i did what they told me but he still did not latch and would cry even more, and if he did latch it would be for about 10 mins and they said that he would have gotten what he needed in those 10 mins but i knew he was still hungry because he was screaming. so then i decided bottles. he did not take for very long get frustrated and scream.

he likes being held and rocked too.
i am doing what is best for my son. i would rather he eat than not eat and cry over a hungry tummy.
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PostSubject: Re: Any suggestions?   Sat Sep 20, 2008 8:37 pm

krystineM wrote:
he likes being held and rocked too.

I only asked cuz sometimes that can help with the tummy aches.

krystineM wrote:
i am doing what is best for my son. i would rather he eat than not eat and cry over a hungry tummy.

And you could still try to get him back to the breast and bottle feed if you wanted. I never meant to suggest cold turkey. Like I told my friend, what is the worse thing that could happen? He will refuse and you will give him the bottle. And just because you don't know how much he is eating when nursing (nursing babies tend to eat more often because breast milk digests faster), doesn't mean he isn't getting any. Bottle are bad in that sense. You think like a machine (not you personal, you general). He HAS to eat 4 oz. Breast feed babies eat as much as they want and you can't force them to overeat.
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PostSubject: Re: Any suggestions?   Sun Sep 21, 2008 2:04 am

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PostSubject: Re: Any suggestions?   Mon Oct 11, 2010 8:18 am


Is he in regular formula or soy. All but one of my boys had to be on soy formula because they just could not digest regular formula.

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