Hi mommies, I just went back to work and I am trying to stay breastfeeding. My daughter is staying in a babysitting room in the building here so I get to nurse her while i am @ work. I started giving her one bottle during the day cuz it was just too time consuming to leave twice during the day, and somehow she isnt nursing as well as she did before the bottle... anyone w/ experience?View Thread
Hey... Isnt this the a great community... I am glad i have found this. I am a p/t bookeeper for a small business in my neighborhood. I am a mother of a 7 week old princess and i am actually back to work already. I love going out everyday, I love my schedule. Wish u all good luck in your careers. Lets hope we can all keep this community active!View Thread
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