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    Quote Originally Posted by Purple Lily View Post
    Its hard work being a parent especially when youre getting silly advice but at the end of the day you are doing a great job and you know your bubba

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    he is having an unsettled morning, he is asleep in my arms but when i try put him down he gets very upset

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    I have formula fed both of my Bubs and always demand fed. 'routine feeding' is quite outdated and all the mum i know demand feed.
    i hope you all settle back into your happy flow as quickly as possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MamaC View Post
    I have formula fed both of my Bubs and always demand fed. 'routine feeding' is quite outdated and all the mum i know demand feed.
    i hope you all settle back into your happy flow as quickly as possible.
    thank you, i knew deep down i shouldnt have listened to the nurse, i wish i went with my instincts

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    Think of this experience as an opportunity to learnt about trusting your mama instinct
    As a new mum you will be overwhelmed by well meaning advice and it's your instinct which will kick in and tell you which information is helpful and which info to ignore.
    All the best with your precious baby

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    Quote Originally Posted by MamaC View Post
    Think of this experience as an opportunity to learnt about trusting your mama instinct
    As a new mum you will be overwhelmed by well meaning advice and it's your instinct which will kick in and tell you which information is helpful and which info to ignore.
    All the best with your precious baby
    thanx. i already have a 10 year old but she didnt feed as often as DS so i didnt have any issues like this. also its been a long time since she was a bub. my DS is almost 5 weeks old


 

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