My husband and I are trying to get pregnant again. The only hang up is that I'm still breast feeding our 7 month old and we haven't had any success with getting pregnant. Anyone know if Breastfeeding will keep you from getting pregnant? I've heard from the ladies in my bible study that it's a natural birth control...I still haven't had a sign of my period and we had a successful complication free vag birthView Thread
Oh Yes. I have. My husband started calling me the Dragon Lady. hahah. last night for example we got back from the gym and he was said "you better drink some water or the smoke detector is going to go off" apparently my nose was flaring and I was being a bit moody. We are hoping to become pregnant again soon our girl just passed 7 months. We are also EBF. God sure did create some amazing bodies! Best of Luck with your little one!View Thread
Don't sweat it. Every baby is different. My daughter was only drinking 3 ounces at a time every 3 hours till she turned 5 months. now she drinks 4-6 ounces and she's 7m7d. Now my friend whose son is 11 days older than my daughter was drinking 6-8 ounces every two - three hours. She pumps now and gets NO JOKE two 10 ounce bottles each session. Either way. don't sweat it.View Thread
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