@Ladybug2821 did your LO try anything new today (food wise)? I find driving terrifying. Especially in Baltimore. Maryland drivers are the worst I've ever seen. And I've lived in NY and MA.
Has anyone's LO experienced hives? I was getting S ready for bed and noticed she had a rash/hives on her chest and belly. She wasn't acting any different and wasn't scratching the area so I don't think it's bothering her but it's freaking me out. I know I won't be able to sleep tonight because I'll worry about it and have to keep checking her. I did take her outside today and we laid on a blanket on the grass. Maybe an ant or something bit her? I wouldn't have had a clue if I wasn't changing her clothes. I gave her a bath but don't know what else I should do. She went to sleep on her own without crying at all and was completely normal otherwise. Is this an ER type of situation? H is just cool and calm like it's not a big deal. Hopefully I'm over reacting.
Thanks ladies! I had a horrible sleep last night and just kept checking on her. When she woke up this morning, the hives were completely gone so I have no idea what was going on. THe only other thing different yesterday was her babysitter was over for a visit. Maybe she had on perfume or maybe S had a reaction to the detergent on her clothes. She just has the most sensitive skin. She has eczema and gets diaper rashes super easy. I don't know where she gets this from.
I totally forgot about pumping when I dressed for work. I have on a "sucker in " tank top (aka shapeware/spanx type) under my shirt bc I needed a tank and it was all I could find. Uhh this thing is not conducive to pulling up for pumping. I feel like I need to take it all off to pump bc right now it's cutting off my circulation pulled up
Can you pull it down instead?