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Jan 09, 2014

Stephanie S.

Yea but like I said it's the same with a bottle. would you want him with a bottle at 4 years old just kuzz you wanted to give in. no right. I'm trying to stop but she won't go to sleep without it.
and my mom always tells her to get it and she starts putting her hand in my shirt trying to pop my boob out lol

Jan 09, 2014

Stephanie S.

It will kinda be uncomfortable at first but as long as the baby is latching on correcttly it will be fine. after a while its like nothing. they should have a lactation nurse at the hospital that will help you when the baby is born.
it is hard, but it's the same with a bottle. you just have to cut some feedings and then just take it away.
yes they will cry but they get over it.

Jan 09, 2014

Stephanie S.

And helps you lose weight since it contracts your uterus.
I lost all my weights within a week of having my baby. I was so skinny I actually had to gain weight.

Jan 09, 2014

Stephanie S.

I'm still breastfeeding my baby she's a year and a month but she only wants it at nap time or to sleep in the night (:
I find it waaay easier than dealing with bottles and formula is so expensive and saves me a lot of money. I'm glad I chose to breastfeed, it also gave me a stronger bond with my baby (:

Jan 09, 2014

Stephanie S.

Either way, you will have a bond with your son. trust me, boys are always mommas boys. are you planning to breastfeed?

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