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    Quote Originally Posted by babybeeno1 View Post
    It's all normal Little bird is just a bit greedy that's all. She'll settle down when she gets used to it coming out and your boobs will settle in a couple of weeks aswell. If she isn't burping have you sat her on your lap with your hand supporting her chin and rubs on her back that way. The old fashioned way from when I was a kid

    Also read about LB cord being a bit yuck keep her nappy off for say 5 mins in the sun to get some vitamin d onto it.
    Yep that's how I try to burp her. That and her on my chest trying to burp.

    Today was rainy and cold so I didn't want to have her undressed. Might try that tomorrow though. Thanks

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    I wouldn't say she's greedy that's so mean. Means your milk is wonderfully plentiful and she's feeding perfectly. Great going and congrats


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