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    DH is taking this one bad... he's usually the positive one, but now he's even starting the "will i ever be a dad" line *heart break*

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    Oh @Tanej78 I'm so so sorry 😢 Aargh this sux!!!! How devastating I'm sending lots of love to you both. Please look after each other during this hard time. I'm sure holiday season and Christmas time makes it suck even more and not having dh at home too. My heart goes out to you both. He will be a dad tho and you'll be a mummy. keep you eyes on the prize. It'll be your turn the specialists haven't given up on you so don't give up. Fx for the pgd testing. Xx

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    @Tanej78 I am so sorry 😢 what your DH said breaks my hearts. So sad. What gelati said. You will be a mum and your DH will be a dad. You guys are just being tested and have to go through a lot more than us to get your precious baby. Did you ring up wazza's to make an appointment. Are you seeing LB tomorrow to discuss the next step?

    I just want to give you a big hug as I know how hard Xmas can be without being pregnant or have a baby. It marks another year and yet no baby. Don't give up though. If Xmas is too hard, then don't celebrate. Do what's right for you.

    We are here for you. You are a strong woman! But make sure you let your emotion run and don't keep it in. Have a drink tonight and a block of chocolate.
    Last edited by Minib; 17-12-2015 at 18:16.

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    @Gelati still no poo despite all the exercises. Will keep trying. Also she sleeps a lot today. Have gone through 5 hours in between feed. That can't be good. I thought newborn meant to feed 8-12 times a day. Today she will only feed about 5 times max. She did some cluster feeding this arvo but hardly any milk as she only sucked for 5-10 mins max before falling asleep. Gosh between the poo and lack of feeding, I am a bit worried. I have been expressing today but the pump isn't that great compared to a baby. I hand express and I could see milk but not much came out when using the pump I hope she feeds more tonight. I thought with the heat she would want more milk. That's what the MHN said. I didn't want to wake up a sleeping baby.

    But yeah if only baby could talk and feed properly, we would be less worried and make our lives so much easier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Minib View Post
    @Gelati still no poo despite all the exercises. Will keep trying. Also she sleeps a lot today. Have gone through 5 hours in between feed. That can't be good. I thought newborn meant to feed 8-12 times a day. Today she will only feed about 5 times max. She did some cluster feeding this arvo but hardly any milk as she only sucked for 5-10 mins max before falling asleep. Gosh between the poo and lack of feeding, I am a bit worried. I have been expressing today but the pump isn't that great compared to a baby. I hand express and I could see milk but not much came out when using the pump I hope she feeds more tonight. I thought with the heat she would want more milk. That's what the MHN said. I didn't want to wake up a sleeping baby.

    But yeah if only baby could talk and feed properly, we would be less worried and make our lives so much easier.
    That sleep pattern will change, trust me. Newborns sleep a huge amount in the first couple of weeks, it's when they do their growing

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    I am so sorry to hear @Tanej78. I can relate somewhat with DH comment. My DH went through a grief period and some difficult time just before our son was born.
    @Minib: I hope she poops soon!!
    @Gelati: after yesterday a no sleep afternoon, DS went the opposite at night. A feed at midnight and then not until 7am. My body clock somehow didn't know what to do in that situation! Woke up at 10:30pm, waiting him to be fed. Again at 3:30am. He had stomach pain. That's why hard to tell the hungry sign. We are on our way back from ngala. It has been helpful. It sounded like the next 3w or so would be no going out much but to let Bub learn about sleeping in his cot during the day and settling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScubaGal View Post
    That sleep pattern will change, trust me. Newborns sleep a huge amount in the first couple of weeks, it's when they do their growing
    Thanks @ScubaGal

    Wish Google doesn't say newborn shouldn't go without feed for longer than 4 hours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Minib View Post
    Thanks @ScubaGal

    Wish Google doesn't say newborn shouldn't go without feed for longer than 4 hours.
    Stop googling things!!!
    Take advice only from your early childhood nurse or GP. Or read reputable baby books but even then take advice with a grain of salt.

    If you're really worried, try a dream feed. You pick up a sleeping baby gently, and cuddle her to your boob, (shirt off is best so she can feel your tummy) and she will latch on and feed in her sleep. 👍🏻It's a great way to keep building your supply even if she's feeling snoozy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScubaGal View Post
    Stop googling things!!!
    Take advice only from your early childhood nurse or GP. Or read reputable baby books but even then take advice with a grain of salt.

    If you're really worried, try a dream feed. You pick up a sleeping baby gently, and cuddle her to your boob, (shirt off is best so she can feel your tummy) and she will latch on and feed in her sleep. 👍🏻It's a great way to keep building your supply even if she's feeling snoozy.
    I'll do that tonight. Just had my dinner and now having some fruit. Will go to sleep and try to feed her at 10 pm. That's 3 hour in between feed.

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    @bbhope I hope he can be a better sleeper once you put the skills you learn from ngala in practice. Then you can rest more and enjoy it more too.


 

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