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    Default Is breast best?

    Is anyone else watching this show on ABC 2 right now?

    I just want this teen mum to see a lactation consultant already!!

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    And she just did, hooray!

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    Yup watching now. I was thinking the same thing OP re lactation consultant

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    She's annoying me....

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    I really like how this doctor is telling the truth, no matter how uncomfortable it is. I really feel for the host though, it is hard to hear those things if you've formula fed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elleandsam View Post
    I really like how this doctor is telling the truth, no matter how uncomfortable it is. I really feel for the host though, it is hard to hear those things if you've formula fed.
    Yes... I agree. I feel bad for her now!

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    How crap was that birth and the rough handling of that little bub i driving me crazy!

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    Thanks for the heads up. Watching now!

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    I'm finding it really interesting and I totally empathise with the journo. I did bf for a few days and dd is really attached to me but I totally understand the guilt and at 14 months I have come to terms with it!

    With expressing at work, I know the wayb our office is set up and I know with next bub I'll probably go back to work at 10-12 months and I can't imagine going in our stationery cupboard to express. (That's if I make it that far). I have total respect for mums who express when they are at work.. It must be very difficult.

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    I'm going to record the rest and watch it in the morning.


 

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