My daughter is ten months old already, I had a c-section after 12 hours of natural labor. I'm wondering if anyone else is in my same boat, I feel horridly tired most of my days, like someone drained all of my energy out of me. I have lost 60lbs of the baby weight and don't eat bad, I exercise when I can, but finding time is hard. I take vitamins, I just don't understand why I feel this way. Is this normal? has my body not yet recovered enough? it's not just normal tired, it's tired to the extreme, like i have to lay down right away and gain some energy. I am 26 and this is my first baby. any advice??View Thread
My daughter is 10 months old and she does not sleep through the night either. I wouldn't worry about it, I know it can be frustrating, but he'll sleep through soon enough. My daughter doesn't eat a whole lot, so she wakes up to eat and then goes back to sleep. How much does he eat? she drinks about a 4 oz bottle with cereal before bed and she won't take anymore. I can only count about 5 times that she has slept through the night since she's been born.View Thread
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