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    I get that your life revolves around food and sleep DD but if you stop pigging out until you vom it all out then you CAN get more sleep by.. well spending less time eating and voming lol.

    Milk has come in. Life is grand and flowy. And we overindulge lol.

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    Sitting down for breakfast at almost 11am. Sucks not having breakfast delivered hahaha. At least I managed a shower!

    And I will now be known as 'leaky b00bs'. Milk coming in is fuuuuuuuun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinklify View Post
    I get that your life revolves around food and sleep DD but if you stop pigging out until you vom it all out then you CAN get more sleep by.. well spending less time eating and voming lol.

    Milk has come in. Life is grand and flowy. And we overindulge lol.
    This. DS2 does not know when to stop. Then it's vom on us both, both have to change, start process over. Repeat all night and day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnygirl79 View Post
    This. DS2 does not know when to stop. Then it's vom on us both, both have to change, start process over. Repeat all night and day.
    I have tried to introduce a dummy early with DD. DS used to use me as a dummy and would constantly overeat (and I could never get away from him). It works a little here and there. If she is actually hungry she spits it and goes crazy. If its just a need to suck she sucks and calms down. But only sometimes lol.

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    Hahaha @twinklify and @sunnygirl79 dd3 is 6 months old and is the same. Feed. Feed. Feed. Vomit. Back to feed feed feed.

    I now put her on my empty ish boob so she can suckle without so much milk free flowing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinklify View Post
    I have tried to introduce a dummy early with DD. DS used to use me as a dummy and would constantly overeat (and I could never get away from him). It works a little here and there. If she is actually hungry she spits it and goes crazy. If its just a need to suck she sucks and calms down. But only sometimes lol.
    I use the dummy occasionally too. But I have to sit there with my finger over it or he spits it out every 2 mins. I can almost do it in my 'sleep' it's the only way I can cope with his 2am hypo episodes (after a full feed he often just starts abusing my nipple, and grunting at it. That's my cue to stop!). It does with to calm him after about 20 mins of vigorous sucking 😂

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    Hahahaha.... so we were clean, changed and hanging out on the couch. Boom! Well we all needes changes and washes and the poor couch. Thanks DD. I had forgotten the fun of newborning...

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    DH. Get up. I told you to pick up the cleaning spray so DS does not spray it. I also said 'pick up the toys and vacuum please' and you proceeded to lie on the couch to nap *sigh*.

    I gave you DD to hold a littlw this morning. For some bonding. And so I could do stuff (i.e. clean kitchen, bathroom and so far 2x loads of washing) and YOU lie down to nap before cleaning like I asked.

    Men and their priorities!

    Also jealous as I soooooo want a nap but DS is wide awake. And in an hour I will be over it and unable to sleep anyway.

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    There are kids riding their bikes and playing in the street outside my bedroom window. It's 9pm on a school night, why are they not in bed? We moved only a couple of weeks ago and this is happened a few times. Doesn't bother me too much, just think it's a bit odd.


 

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