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    With my first I watched TV, with my second and third, I fed them in bed.

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    I always play on my phone or read a book on my ipad

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    With my first I watched TV, with my second and third, I fed them in bed.
    Me too.

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    I always fed my babies in their room with baby mozzart playing softly.

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    When DD was a newborn I had to change her every feed or she would wee through her nappy so I figured I was out of bed anyway might as well sit on the couch & watch TV. Got through the first few seasons of Hart of Dixie that way.
    After about the 3 month mark I fed in her room in the dark, because she would wake up from the noise/light of the TV if I took her to the lounge, if it was dark/quiet she would basically feed in her sleep. My DH would always wake up if I fed in our bed!

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    No... No lights, no talking, no fuss approach here. Wanted to make it clear night was for sleeping

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    Nope, I only ever had the tiniest bit of light so I didn't trip over.
    I made sure they knew it was feed and right back to bed.

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    I only had a bit of light so I could see. It was feed, change, bed. Unfortunately I had to change him as he pooed with every feed! I wanted DS to know that night times were for sleeping. Pity at almost 2 he is still waking constantly for a feed I try to be rough but he just screams and tantrums until I feed him.

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    I did with my first. In hindsight I held him long after he finished feeding because I didn't realise he was asleep sometimes.

    With my second I coslept and loved it. No way was I getting up and watching anything. He wasn't awake that long!

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    Nah, early on I played with my phone but once we mastered breastfeeding while lying down I didn't ever need to get up (we cosleep).


 

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