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    Don't be disheartened cheekychook. It took my bub a good 3 or 4 days of dream feeds before taking to the breast whilst awake. As long as you can get him on and feeding, that's a great start!

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    Keep at it cheekychook, you will get there and you're doing a fantastic job! stick with the sleepy feeds and keep trying xxx

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    How is the feeding going cheekychook?


 

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