Looking for any advice. My little guy is 10 months old and I am still nursing. Just found out that I am pregnant. Still nursing hoping to last until its all clear for cows milk. Has anyone had this experience? Worried I might run out of milk and humored myself and gave him formula over the weekend and he just spit it out.View Thread
This may be the lack of sleep, or his growth spurt but in the past few days the only way I can get my son to stop screaming is to give him the breast. I go thru the whole list first, not hungry, wet, cold etc. Hold him, walk around the house, swing..... Still screaming. Finally give him the breast and he sucks for a minute or too and then hes out like a light. My hubby is sweet enough to let me take naps but it hasnt worked well at all since if he stirs usually messes his diaper he is back to screaming. Thumb used to work to calm him but he doesnt like it anymore same goes with a Nuk. How am I ever going to be able to leave him, he takes a bottle well but what good is that if you cant calm him down?
rustrated mom to a 3 week old. Praying its a phase.View Thread
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