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OhSewCrafty:Output huh what?
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RussianMommy: OhSewCrafty:Output huh what?
I'm assuming diaper count
Kate_C:I'll admit I had STM syndrome and never really tracked it. Even at the hospital, the nurses would ask about feedings and I would have no idea what time I started or how long it took. nbsp;I just followed her cues. As long as she has wet or poopy diapers with most feedings, I am not worried. I think with DS, I tracked it until he returned to his birthweight. That was a week or two.nbsp;
letranger:The second I left the hospital I stopped tracking.
This. The hospital made a big deal about tracking for the first few months when we were being discharged and told us to bring our current chart to the first apt a few days later. Our pedi didn't even look at it and said as long as we were going through a good amount of diapers it wasn't a problem.
With dd1 I tracked everything! Diapers, nap length, everything! Now with dd2 I only use the timer feature for BF and pumping, cause I tend to get distracted on TB or emails while I nurse. Also bc I still have a hazy memory from lack of sleep and I loosely follow Babywise routine, it's good to check back and remember what time I started feeding her last. I'll probably quit when I go back to work in a couple weeks since I won't be nursing all day then.