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Alright ladies. I just succumbed to twitter. GAH. Looking at my feed it seems exactly like instagram. Can I not tweet without pictures? All of my feed seems to have a pic attached and I was hoping I…Continue
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Hey Hey,I really want to add a blog to all the lovely articles in the club here but berfore I do.. does it have to be a new blog? or can it be already one on my site? I wasn't sure what the etiquette…Continue
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Resistance training comes with a host of benefits, not limited to improving you strength, physique and abilities. Learning to train properly and effectively are the keys to long term success. But as a beginner you may be feeling a bit overwhelmed as to how to start (though using your …Continue
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Along with pancakes, granola is a staple in our house! And the crunchier the better! We use granola on top of yogurt, smoothie bowls and in place of cereal. Not only does homemade granola make a tasty addition but the inclusion of all the healthy fats keeps us…Continue
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Having snacks (like muffins or energy balls) stocked in the freezer is a pretty big necessity for me. And these lemon blueberry fruit and nut bar are perfect for just that.…Continue
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Hi Shelby, oh, so sorry to hear you had to pump and struggled with low milk supply. Sounds like it was a real mission . Congratulations on working so hard to give your baby 5 months of breast milk. Every drop matters. I admire your dedication under tricky circumstances. I never worked out how to pump... but I was lucky... I didn't have to.
I had all the right advice before I set out breastfeeding (great antenatal classes with an IBCLC). As a result I knew all the tricks to help me set up my milk supply in the first 6 weeks (ideally natural birth, no meds, no epidural, skin to skin directly birth, demand feeding rather than scheduling feeds etc), and so I had an oversupply of milk at first. Plus my son loved nursing -
Plus my son loved nursing - still does (he turned 3 on 3 October). My plan is to keep feeding him until he weans himself, which is starting to happen. It's a gradual process though. Some days he feeds a lot and other days hardly at all. Sometimes I say no to a feed now, (if it's an awkward social situation) and he's (usually) cool with that. He still goes down on a feed and likes to wake to a feed, but sleeps through the night now.
Sorry... rambling on... you got me on my favourite subject... he he... xx
Aw, thanks for yet another awesome message, Shelby! Glad you love happyhumanpacifier. I see you're a pumping Mommy. Still nursing/pumping?
Hi Shelby, thanks so much for your lovely message. I just popped onto your blog and left you a comment. Loved your article on Baby Led Weaning. Your blog is fab! Keep in touch. xx