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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
    So cranky. Childless BIL (who is never going to have kids and doesn't spend much time with kids) has just shared the article where Curtis Stone is talking about how we create fussy eaters. I want to comment on his share about how some days you'll do anything to get food into a kid.
    I think it's something that you don't truly understand unless you have a fussy eater. If dd2 was my first, I probably would have thought children being so fussy was due to the parents pandering to their wants. Alas, dd1 is extremely fussy and there's been very little success in changing that

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    I am sad for DH and MIL. His nan/her mum passed away overnight.
    It's a relief she was 99 and in so much pain the last 2 weeks she has just been on morphine every 4 hours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azelqra View Post
    I am sad for DH and MIL. His nan/her mum passed away overnight.
    It's a relief she was 99 and in so much pain the last 2 weeks she has just been on morphine every 4 hours.
    Hugs. Even in these instances losing someone is always hard xox.

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    7 days post knee op and I just went out for lunch with H. Came home feeling breathless and my heart racing. I'm laying in bed feeling like
    cr@p and wishing I had energy.

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    I am happy that my pre-pregnancy denim shorts fit me 13 days after birth. So there is a positive side to this round-the clock breast-feeding!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnygirl79 View Post
    I am happy that my pre-pregnancy denim shorts fit me 13 days after birth. So there is a positive side to this round-the clock breast-feeding!
    that's great!! I've not had a chance to try any of my pre preg clothes on. too scared to I think lol. all my jeans are skinny jeans, it's prob too early with the c sect cut but I'm dying to know if they fit me yet!! must try soon!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    that's great!! I've not had a chance to try any of my pre preg clothes on. too scared to I think lol. all my jeans are skinny jeans, it's prob too early with the c sect cut but I'm dying to know if they fit me yet!! must try soon!!!
    It won't be long with all the feeding you're doing! Not that there is any hurry. 6 months after DS1 I was smaller than when I started. Love BFing 😂

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnygirl79 View Post
    It won't be long with all the feeding you're doing! Not that there is any hurry. 6 months after DS1 I was smaller than when I started. Love BFing 😂
    😂😂😂

    ok so quick question: I'm following the lc's advice but we are feeding like every hour. is that normal? I'm scared he's not getting enough!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    😂😂😂

    ok so quick question: I'm following the lc's advice but we are feeding like every hour. is that normal? I'm scared he's not getting enough!!
    Completely normal!!! Especially in first few weeks. Boob milk flows out slower than milk from a bottle. Plus it's more work.

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    Oh and much more common in afternoons/evenings. Just plonk on couch with a TV series.

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