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    Ignore the books do what works

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milly Molly Mandy View Post
    OP take your friend some nipple cream whilst she is in hospital. Its called Lanisoh I think. It saved me when I was in pain from starting to breastfeed.
    Another tip I have would be to RELAX. Babies pick up on your mood and I believe that a relaxed mum means a relaxed bub
    Yep I used this quite a bit with my recent bub actually. It did help.
    Thanks for reminding me.


    Thanks everyone for the suggestions.

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    I wish I knew about those Love To Dream Wrap Me Up wraps from the start, instead of swaddling for the first 9 weeks. DD loved them and slept great when we got her one. No struggling to get out of the swaddle!

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    Subscribing. Great tips!

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    thanks for the tips girls!

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    That my once perky full boobs would become flapping socks ... I wish I'd worked my cleavage a bit before hand... Lol - not helpful I know

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    That there is no right and wrong. I wasted so much time obsessing with my first child about the "right" thing to do. He was crying. What was the "right" thing to do? He woke up earlier than he should have. What was the "right" thing to do? He was fussy and I needed to get dinner cooked. What was the "right" thing to do? It was such a waste of my time and I never did get the answers! Do what's right for you!

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    Start hunting now for a second hand manduca (or buy new if you have the $$) they are a lifesaver!! So good for shopping trips etc and I put my little man in it for his late afternoon sleep because he never wants to sleep in his bed but needs the nap!

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    I wish someone told me that no matter how many resources I read, it wouldn't prepare me for the reality of labour or the life shift that occurs when children enter your life. So relax and enjoy your pregnancy.

    I also wish someone told me to just go and buy a great pram, car seats, nappy bag & baby carriers. Seems like a waste now? Waste is the hours you spend fussing with cheap bargins.

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    That mummies don't get sick days I would have loved to call in sick the past 4 days lol


 

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