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    The only biting comparison I have is when River latches onto my nose (strange child) so I feel for you breastfeeding mummies.



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    I'm going just a little nuts. Every time bub stirs during the day or first thing in the morning, DH is there talking to her. Most of the time when Essex not home, she'll stir and then go back to sleep. No hope of that happening, when he's talking to her.

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    C bit me last night - ouch!!!!

    I know what u mean about juggling 2.. DD is 4 in 3 weeks she is full on and doesn't nap so it's hard trying to give her the attention she needs plus have C cluster feeding like a maniac and want to be cuddled all the time. Thank god he likes the stretchy wrap!

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    Bond,
    Toby is SO darling!! What a handsome fellow! It is great they love their little sisters, but it is not easy when they have their head in your boob area!!
    I am so tired at the moment. Had bloods and am quite iron-deficient. I fell asleep this arvo when Lucy was asleep and Oscar was watching cartoons. I have so much ironing and washing to do, but am just so tired! Need a fairy to help.
    All the bubbies are SO cute. I think you should ALL come to Melbourne and visit us!! My house! We can have big photo shoot!
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    J - that is a great idea
    Not getting my hopes up, but we have just had our 2nd night in a row with Chelsea sleeping 6.5 hours! Really hope she is liking this sleep thing, but wondering how long it will last!
    All my photos of Chelsea are on phone, will need to get on that to load some recent ones

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    Ladies, need your advice/help. I have noticed for the past few days Charlie has been fussy when he is feeding, he feeds for a bit then cries and spits the bottle out. He also kicks his legs. He hasn't been burping as well as normal and has been puking a bit. He has been snotty lately and I have been using fess little noses but something seems to be bothering him whilst feeding. Oh and he is taking longer to feed.
    DH is away for a week ATM so you girls are all I have to bounce this off until I see the FCHN tomorrow.

    Thanks!!

    P.S photos look great

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    Chelsea does this a lot on the boob. When she starts fussing, I take her off as it means she needs to burp or has had enough.
    It could be a sign of reflux, but the paed and community nurse disagreed.
    I no longer get worried when she brings up all of her milk. I just take it that she is full! BUT i could be wrong!

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    Sienna brings up so much milk, but she is gaining weight, so I'm not concerned. At the moment she is fussy at the boob, so I switch sides and then come back to that side. If she's squirming too much, I stop and burp her

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    Nila love your photo though Abigail does not look happy.

    As for fussing while feeding it could be anything. I agree with burping, waiting for a bit before trying again. Change how you are holding them etc

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