I've been breastfeeding my son for almost 16 months and I don't see him weaning anytime soon. My problem is with weight gain! 1. I'm ravenously hungry 24/7 STILL 2. I've tried controlling my diet, exercising more etc, but I don't want to cut too many calories
I've gained 30 lbs easily, I weigh more now than I did the day I went in to have him and I was just shy of my pre-preg weight at my 6 week check up I'm so discouraged, this is the most I've ever weighed. Is there anything I can do (aside from weaning) to get my body back? Or is it just my body doing what it will do and when I wean I can focus on reshaping?View Thread
I NIP whenever, wherever. LO is the most important person in our relationship and I could care less who it offends. I'm not running down the street with a sign over my head screaming look at me with my boobs hanging out. People will get offended over anything, you can't please everyone, but you can please your LO! Feed your baby wherever you want, it's the law (at least in my state) and no one can tell you LEGALLY to stop View Thread
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