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    How old will bub be in April?

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    both mine were fine, eldest started at 8 months and nursed before he went and as soon as he got home,

    youngest didnt start til he was a toddler and he's a boob monster but only of a night

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    He'll be 9 months old in April VicPark

    Thanks ladies, ill have to talk to my boss about expressing at work

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    Still not having any luck with bottles or cups of any kind. So i dont know what he is going to eat or drink at daycare.

    I even just pumped & offered it to him immediately so it was fresh, body temp etc. Still refused it.

    Ive always struggled to pump enough for a full feed, so if he does take it i might not have enough to send to daycare anyway. Last time dh gave him my bm that had been frozen ds vomited, so thats not an option either.

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    I went back to work two days a week when ds was five months old. He is now 16 months old and he has taken a bottle from me maybe five times? He just won't have it when I'm around but will have one from dh or my mum (who look after him when I'm at work). It took a week of me leaving him at home with them for short stints around feed times to consistently try before he took it. In saying that, he has never had a bottle as regularly for them as he would feed with me and has coped fine. A friend of mine tried for weeks to get bub to take a bottle and had others try with no luck. But within the first week she was having one without a fuss. I think the different environment just gave her the clear message that mummy wasn't there and child care means bottles.
    With my work schedule I could only pump once per day and there was no impact on my supply. I just stored the milk in a bag at the back of the fridge.
    I wonder if the vomit of frozen bm was due to him getting too much too quickly? I always had to keep ds on a test that was one slower than recommended for his age or he would get wind and vomit.

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