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    Hello ladies
    Please excuse the intrusion. I've been reading along living vicariously through you in the hope that I can benefit from your experience and one day enjoy a bub of my own. :-) I had a friend of mine who had a bub with slow weight gain and breastfeeding challenges and she found some helpful info at this link. Not sure if it will be useful for any of you, but I wanted to post it in case it is.

    http://www.babywhispererforums.com/i...?topic=94121.0

    All the very best to you and your precious bundles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wishmeluck View Post
    Hello ladies
    Please excuse the intrusion. I've been reading along living vicariously through you in the hope that I can benefit from your experience and one day enjoy a bub of my own. :-) I had a friend of mine who had a bub with slow weight gain and breastfeeding challenges and she found some helpful info at this link. Not sure if it will be useful for any of you, but I wanted to post it in case it is.

    http://www.babywhispererforums.com/i...?topic=94121.0

    All the very best to you and your precious bundles.

    Wish
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    Thanks Wish! Never an intruder here! Good luck with your journey and fingers crossed you have your miracle soon

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    1.25am and feeding he STILL hasn't been able to be out down and the only sleep he's got has been in my arms!

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    SL ill come back and comment next feed, ivy fee at 12 but just put her down as she was unsettled and did done major vomits, prob will only sleep for an hour or less, but ill take what I can get. Hope your asleep...

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    He got 1.5 hours sleep at least

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    I woke at 430 and checked ivy....touched her and dam well woke her!!! Just feeding now.

    SL that's ages without sleep, does he become overtired or is he quite happy?

    I have a question about feeding on demand...do you wait for the baby to cry before feeding? Or if they wake around a feed do you assume that means they are ready?



    Also

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    Also I d

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    Whoops... Now I don't remember what the also was for...time for more sleep as she is done feeding

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    And another hour

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicsta83 View Post
    I woke at 430 and checked ivy....touched her and dam well woke her!!! Just feeding now.

    SL that's ages without sleep, does he become overtired or is he quite happy?

    I have a question about feeding on demand...do you wait for the baby to cry before feeding? Or if they wake around a feed do you assume that means they are ready?



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    For the most part he is quite happy just a cycle eating cuddles nappy change attempt to be out down and then back to eating again. You can tell hes bloody exhausted though!

    With regard to waiting for them to cry well he usually wakes up crying and again for the most part he is hungry...I know for sure as he will have his mouth wide open searching for the nipple!


 

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