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    @clt2pwm11 have you tried white noise or a sound machine? We use that for her naps and bedtime and it seems to help her stay asleep a little longer. 
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    @arb425 We actually just bought a box fan for that purpose. I think it is helping him call asleep quicker. So far it isn't keeping him asleep longer, but maybe it will eventually! I have a difficult baby and if he doesn't get his full sleep, he is even more difficult. I'm really struggling and have no help beside my husband. 
    DX PCOS + mild male factor
    TTC since Dec. 2015
    Current Treatment: Metformin, Provera, Letrozole, Trigger, IUI
    Past Treatment: Clomid + Metformin x 3 BFN
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    @clt2pwm11 Can you get a sleep specialist or a post partum doula to come help you? 

    Time to intro over here now! I'm a FTM who gave birth to Mackenzie on August 19th. Started with the plan of a vaginal birth and ended up with a cesearan since her head wouldn't fit in my pelvis. We've been home for 2 nights now and DH is going back to work on Monday. I'm hoping I can recover enough to be able to handle things on my own at home. Any tips from the other cesearan mommas on how to heal faster or things that made life easier?

    @ARB425 we love the baby connect app so far. Thank you for the suggestion!!
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    @persnickity Welcome! I don't have any advice on the c-section part but seriously sleep when the baby sleeps! Everyone tells you that but sometimes we don't listen! It makes a huge difference to get a nap in here and there! Try to have some snacks or meals prepped so that it is easy for you to eat between feedings. I  make a huge batch of oatmeal every few days and eat that in the morning after she is fed and while I'm pumping. I can't remember if you planned on breastfeeding or not but the hunger catches up to you quickly and then you are just hangry. 

    Im glad the app is working well for you!


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    Welcome @persnickity! Congratulations.
    No ceserian either, but huge bloodloss that I couldn't carry my own baby! 
    Ask for help! Don't be to pride not to. Tell visitors to bring food. Not only dinners, but lunches too. 
    Also plan (or at least try to) nap when your LO naps, so send visitors home if it happens when they are there. Oh and (ab)use your visitors, take a shower when they are there, let them load the dishwasher, vacuum, ... 
    Seeiously, let them help out so you can use your energy on you to recover and on your LO.

    As for the 'muslin cloth' only do this if it's not warm/sunny outside! The temperature spikes under there quick!! 
    If you want to 'cover' make sure there is a possibility for air to come under. Maybe tie the ends to the handle as making a little 'roof'. Or by a special cover. 
    Seriously don't do a muslin cloth! 

    If your LO sleeps in your arms @clt2pwm11, let him. 
    I know super inconvenient, but he's tiny and need to learn. Carry him in a carrier, or sit down with him, or nap together. 
    He'll eventually will learn. They need adjustment from being away from us, they need to learn to get this new world and some are fine napping on their own for 3 hours straight, other babies need their mummy.
    I invested in a Lulla Doll (lulladoll.com) and after 3 months I could put my LO down for a nap. They have cheaper versions too I found out later, at the time I was just desperate to be 'handsfree' for 5 seconds. 
    Its frustrating when he doesn't want to nap, specially because he needs it so badly. 
    I hope you find something that works for the both of you!

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    Thanks @ARB425 and @tvh1982 for the advice.

    I am breastfeeding or at least am so far. We'll see how the weight check goes tomorrow, but I think I'm lucky enough to be able to keep up. We have formula on hand just in case. This past week DH was home and doing at least half if not more of her care. Now I'm trying to take on more, since he goes back to work Monday. 

    I'm quickly learning that naps are my friend!
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    @persnickity welcome and congratulations! Walking really helps after a c-section. It's not easy, but someone suggested it to me and I walked around the house vs just sitting and resting. It will help the scar heal faster. I felt significantly better within a week or two at most. I also wore one of those belly bands and it helped minimize pain. 
    ***History & TW in Spoiler***

    ***bfp & child warning***
    TTC - since 2014
    7 rounds of Clomid - BFN
    IUI #1 - October 2015 - BFN
    IUI #2 - November 2015 - BFN
    IUI #3 - December 2015 - BFN
    IVF #1 - March 2016
    Retrieval #1 - April 2016
    FET #1 - May 2016 - BFP!!! DS - Born January 2017
    Trying for baby #2...
    FET #2 - January 2018 - BFN  
    No more embryos left; switched to a new RE
    IVF/Retrieval #2 - January 2019
    IVF/Retrieval #3 - March 2019
    FET #3 - April 2019 - BFP!!! - DD: Born December 2019
    Trying for baby #3...
    FET #4 - October 2021 - BFP!!! - Due June 2022


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    @jwatt5 @persnickity Congratulations!! I love the pic with your dog! 
    I didn't get 5 straight hours till she hit 2 months! But I did nap a lot and that has kept me alive and semi sane!

    As others have suggested ask/accept help and nap! Tell your partner what you need when they are home. Guys aren't always good at knowing how to help and it looks like you have it covered but the good ones want to help and feel useful. And bite your tongue as much as you can - let them find their way to interact with their baby. And forget about having a clean house for a while (ever) - your rest/health/happiness is far more important right now!

    My milk didn't come in until day 5 - before that it didn't feel/ look like anything was coming out but then she had regained her birth weight by 2 weeks.
    Massage and got compresses/ hot showers help clogged ducts - that and making sure they are feeding/expressing on that side plenty to get it moving. 
    If you are in pain then try getting help from a lactation consultant. I had bleeding nipples (fast letdown) before I got help and within a week of getting help we were fine. I also find kellymom and la leche league websites really useful. 
    Breastfeeding doesn't work for everyone and don't beat yourself up if it doesn't work for you but it's also not intuitive and many people need help to get established.  

    @tvh1982 Thanks for the muslin cloth advice! It's the middle of winter here so not much of a worry - keeping her warm is more of a concern but the storm cover is great for that. We have a shade cover once we convert the stroller from bassinet to seat that lets more air through.
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    @jwatt5 congratulations what a little cutie! I'm glad he is starting to latch! If you do have a clogged duct, try massage/heat/warm showers. 
    Sorry you had such a traumatic birth but it sounds/looks like you are doing great! I was so uncomfortable after her birth(I had a 1st degree tear) I sat on a pillow and just felt like everything was so swollen! 


    We've had to switch Karolina to a sensitive formula  due to her being super gassy/fussy/inconsolable in the evening  for the past few days. We are trying to figure out if it is my breastmilk and if she has some type of intolerance to it or the formula we supplement with. So for now she is going to be on formula for a few days and we will slowly reintroduce breastmilk to her. I'm hoping the change helps because it has been a few very trying days of very little sleep. 
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    @ARB425 Hopefully you can figure out if it's formula or breast milk quickly. I can't imagine how difficult it makes things to have her so upset and uncomfortable.
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    @ARB425 Good luck figuring it out! It's more likely that she is intolerant to something you have eaten (dairy for example) than intolerant to breastmilk in general (it is possible but uncommon).
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    @nellin-2 Sorry I meant intolerant to something I've eaten in the breastmilk....ill blame it on sleep deprivation! So far the past 2 days on the sensitive formula she has been somewhat better...definitely less crying, not as gassy/fussy. She was previously getting mostly breastmilk in the morning/afternoon and then formula towards the evening. She was then inconsolable, gassy/fussy all night so that's why our pediatrician said to switch to sensitive formula and then slowly reintroduce breastmilk to see how she does then. So far so good...we will take it. We really want our happy baby back! 
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    @ARB425I have friends (and probably women on here) who have gone on a sensitivities diet taking out all the common things babies can be sensitive/allergic to and then slowly reintroducing. I have a friend eating tomatoes gives one of her twins terrible reflux but the other twin was fine. Maybe ask your pediatrician about that if you don't have any luck with your current plan. 
    Fingers crossed you get it sorted and get your happy baby back! Also I imagine the sensitive formula isn't cheap!
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    @JWatt5 congratulations! Parker is adorable and you look great. I love pictures with babies and pets. 

    BTW, for anyone breastfeeding, someone recommended sunflower lecithin to me to prevent clogs. I've been taking it for about 3 months now and haven't had a clog. It also helps me empty out so I think it's great. 

    Speaking of babies and pets. Anyone have jealous pets? My yorkie is insanely jealous of the baby. He doesn't want anything to do with him. Anytime we're playing with Aiden, he needs attention as well. He climbs in our lap, asks to be petted, anything to get attention and take it away from the baby. Aiden loves him, though, I just wish my spoiled jealous dog would come around. If anyone has any tips, I'd love them. 
    ***History & TW in Spoiler***

    ***bfp & child warning***
    TTC - since 2014
    7 rounds of Clomid - BFN
    IUI #1 - October 2015 - BFN
    IUI #2 - November 2015 - BFN
    IUI #3 - December 2015 - BFN
    IVF #1 - March 2016
    Retrieval #1 - April 2016
    FET #1 - May 2016 - BFP!!! DS - Born January 2017
    Trying for baby #2...
    FET #2 - January 2018 - BFN  
    No more embryos left; switched to a new RE
    IVF/Retrieval #2 - January 2019
    IVF/Retrieval #3 - March 2019
    FET #3 - April 2019 - BFP!!! - DD: Born December 2019
    Trying for baby #3...
    FET #4 - October 2021 - BFP!!! - Due June 2022


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    Welcome @JWatt5 and @persnickity!

    @persnickity I too had a C section and it is really rough going there for awhile so I can totally sympathize. Like others mentioned, walking around really does help you heal faster. So does sleep, which I know is easier said than done when you have a newborn! Do you have someone helping you when DH goes back to work? My mom stuck around for about another week after my DH went back to work which definitely helped. You will feel better soon though, so just hang in there until that happens. And don't feel bad about taking your pain meds! I took mine for a good 2 weeks after the surgery.

    @JWatt5 Parker is SO cute!!! We have a similar stroller set up... we have the Pipa but paired it with the City Mini GT. Love Baby Jogger strollers! Arielle no longer likes being in her car seat though, but will still somewhat tolerate it when the car is moving.

    Just wanted to pop in and say hello! I guess no one made an August thread so I guess we might as well wait and do a September one in a few days! Arielle will be 3 months on Wednesday and I can hardly believe it. She's really changing so much now. She's so alert and interactive, and her sleep is getting better too. She pretty much sleeps from 7pm-7am with just one wake up usually around 2:30-3, which I can totally handle. I've actually started looking forward to our little MOTN rendezvous. I love just being there with her, just the two of us, sharing the type of bond that you get from nursing.

    The latest updates are that she is now sleeping in her own room (because she outgrew the bassinet) and is now rolling! She has yet to make it from her back all the way to her tummy, but she's really close. And as of last night she has started sleeping on her side. When I woke up this morning and checked the baby monitor, she was all cozy on her right side. It's so cute!
    ***BFP & Child Warning***

    Me: 34, DH: 38 ~ TTC since 2014
    IUI #1-3 (Nov 2015, Feb 2016, May 2016) = BFNs
    IVF ER (July 2016) = 7 PGS normal embryos
    FET #1 (Sept 2016) = BFP! DD born 5/30/17
    FET #2 (April 2019) = BFN
    FET #3 (July 2019) = BFP! DS born 3/27/20
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    @wifeinraleigh28 Now that DH is back at work as of today, it's just me taking care of her. DH takes care of all the household things and will very likely take care of everything but feeding (I'm nursing) when he's home. Here's still getting up at night with me when she wakes. He gets her out of the crib and checks her diaper while I use the restroom and get settled in to nurse. Then he makes sure I have water and a snack before he heads to bed and I take it from there. She sleeps a good 2-3 hour stretch at a time, so it hasn't been bad for me. 

    @Tulips29 Our dog occasionally gets jealous. Mostly when I'm not giving him enough attention. I've tried to help by spending time just with him while she naps. So far, it's just when we're doing tummy time that he tries to join in and get more attention. Otherwise, he seems to have settled down.
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    @persnickity - congratulations! She's just perfect. Nothing to add on the c-section front, walking really helped me. I was forced to do it so much in the hospital and grateful they did.

    @JWatt5 - congratulations to you as well!! It's so great to see everyone from the 3rd tri board migrating over here!

    Zoey will be 5 weeks tomorrow, I'm really not sure where the time has gone! We are starting to reintroduce breastfeeding today and I'm nervous/excited! I'm producing enough to keep up and, on my peds approval, do two bottles of formula/day - one at bedtime and one on the overnight feeding - so I'm getting ahead even. The other day she was in her rock and play while my DH was on a conference call and I heard her wake up JUST as I was about to get in the shower so I ran down, topless, to get her and thought 'what the heck, let's see if she remembers how to do this'. And she did! On the right breast too which was NOT one we were ever able to master. So I bought a baby scale on Amazon to do some weighted feedings at home and will try with her lunchtime feeding or late afternoon one to see how much she is getting. Fingers crossed! We just 'graduated' from 2x weekly weight checks so I certainly don't want to go backwards but I would LOVE to be able to breastfeed!
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    Me: 37, DH:39
    Met: 2002 | Married: 2004 | TTC since January 2014
    July 2015: MMC @ 9 wks | August 2015: Chemical
    March, April, May & June 2016: Medicated IUIs | BFN 
    August 2016: Started Stims 8/22
    September 2016: Egg Retrieval 9/4 | 13 Mature Eggs | 10 Fertilized | 3 Blastocytes | 1 PGS Normal Embaby 
    November 7, 2016: FET - BFP!
    EDD 7/25/17
    Zoey Alexis born 7/25/17 @ 12:39 PM | 7lbs 14oz | 19 inches
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    @byrneme That's awesome! Babies are so incredibly amazing! My husband keeps saying " why don't you just try to breastfeed her" as he feels I'm hooked up to the pump so much! This gives me encouragement that she may still latch on. 

    @tulips29 Our dog gets jealous occasionally and will try to sit basically on our laps as we feed the baby. We have been trying to give him some extra attention when we are able to do. We try to at least walk him separately around the block 1x a day and then usually in the evening we go together with him and the baby.

    Well not to jinx anything so far over the past 2 nights she has slept an amazing 7.5 hours straight! I kept waking up in the middle of the night to check on her because I couldn't believe it! She had been WAY less fussy and gassy which has been a godsend. We plan to give it a few more days on just straight sensitive  formula before we reintroduce breastmilk. She has been gaining weight constistently sonour pediatrician said just let her sleep, she will wake up when she is hungry/needs changed etc. We see our pediatrician on Friday so the plan may change depending on that visit.
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    Thanks everyone for the welcome. Parker has been just the best baby - very content, lots of sleeping but also a lot of awake time which I love. He's got a strong little neck already. 
    My 3rd degree tear has been doing so well - today was the first day I went for a walk and really felt like myself. I think that's good for 7days postpartum. I can't believe he's a week old today!!! 

    @Tulips29  - Finn has been exhausted hehe. And he's now just showing that he's craving attention. I'm nursing now and he's laying on my feet. I think he just misses us. 

    @wifeinraleigh28  - love the Nuna Pipa. And he seems to love it too. We've gotten a lot of questions and comments about it. It's pretty new here in Canada. 

    @byrneme - which scale did you get. We did weighted feedings at my LC appt and we'll do it agin at the next one Friday. I think he's getting more. But I am so not sure. I think the overall feeding is going better. 

    My fav 1 week old pic. I could staring in to these eyes all day...❤️


    Me: 37 DH: 37 - Married 10.2015 ❤️ Canadian 
    DX: Endometriosis - Stage 4, DOR, RPL
    TTC #1 07.2015
    03.2016 - Natural BFP - MC 5w4d
    04.2016 - Natural BFP - Chemical
    10.2016 - IUI w/ Injections #1 = IUI Cancelled (cyst/no mature follicle)
    11.2016 - IUI w/ Injections #2 = BFP, EDD 08.2017 - It's a BOY!
    TTC #2 06.2019
    08.2019 - IUI w/ Injections #1 = Chemical
    09.2019 - IUI w/ Injections #2 = BFN
    10.2019 - IUI w/ Injections #3 = BFN
    01.2020 - IUI w/ Injections #4 = BFN
    08.2020 - Natural BFP - MC 9w5d
    11.2020 - IVF Retrieval - 3AB & 4BB
    05.2021 - FET #1 = BFP, EDD 02.2022 - It's a BOY!

           
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    I can't believe she's already 5 weeks @byrneme! Time flies!! Glad to hear that reintroducing breastfeeding is going so well!  That's awesome to be able to pick up with latching so quickly again.

    @ARB425 Doesn't it feel so weird when they change their eating/sleeping schedules?? Congrats on so many hours of sleep!

    @JWatt5 Parker is such a handsome baby!!
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    My cat was jealous @tulips29
    She loved to cuddle and craved attention 24/7! She started to misbehave to get more. 
    Would want to cuddle at nightfeedings, would miaow in front of the nursery if I didn't let her in with me.
    It was exhausting and frustrating. And she was sooo frustrated too. 
    I decided to give her to an older lady (89 years old) who doesn't get visitors and is home alone all day. They cuddle and cuddle! It's all about my cat. 
    Eventhough I miss her, she came to a great new home!

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    @JWatt5 I ordered this one off of Amazon. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00QHK99CC/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_apip_kLWxrs2WY2vb4

    It does ounces (and to .2 which is the most accurate I could find that wasn't $1500) so i so I just convert those ounces to grams at the beginning and end. She didn't get a ton but she got some! I'm going to go to a true weighted feeding tomorrow to check latch (it seems shallow) and plan on taking the scale to see if they'd be willing to make sure I'm using it correctly. No one told me there'd be so much math in feeding the baby!
    *** TW**

    Me: 37, DH:39
    Met: 2002 | Married: 2004 | TTC since January 2014
    July 2015: MMC @ 9 wks | August 2015: Chemical
    March, April, May & June 2016: Medicated IUIs | BFN 
    August 2016: Started Stims 8/22
    September 2016: Egg Retrieval 9/4 | 13 Mature Eggs | 10 Fertilized | 3 Blastocytes | 1 PGS Normal Embaby 
    November 7, 2016: FET - BFP!
    EDD 7/25/17
    Zoey Alexis born 7/25/17 @ 12:39 PM | 7lbs 14oz | 19 inches
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    @byrneme - I hear ya. My feedings are so calculated. People are so confused about my nursing/feeding plan. I swear I have more nerves going to my next LC appt than I did going in to be induced. I think he's getting what he needs but building up my supply even more - we'll see. Doesn't help that my nipples are sore but I think it's getting better. They just needed to heal from when his latch was really poor. Love how we continue to follow each other with similar stories hehe. 
    Me: 37 DH: 37 - Married 10.2015 ❤️ Canadian 
    DX: Endometriosis - Stage 4, DOR, RPL
    TTC #1 07.2015
    03.2016 - Natural BFP - MC 5w4d
    04.2016 - Natural BFP - Chemical
    10.2016 - IUI w/ Injections #1 = IUI Cancelled (cyst/no mature follicle)
    11.2016 - IUI w/ Injections #2 = BFP, EDD 08.2017 - It's a BOY!
    TTC #2 06.2019
    08.2019 - IUI w/ Injections #1 = Chemical
    09.2019 - IUI w/ Injections #2 = BFN
    10.2019 - IUI w/ Injections #3 = BFN
    01.2020 - IUI w/ Injections #4 = BFN
    08.2020 - Natural BFP - MC 9w5d
    11.2020 - IVF Retrieval - 3AB & 4BB
    05.2021 - FET #1 = BFP, EDD 02.2022 - It's a BOY!

           
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    @tiffanyw1783 aww what a cute picture of the girls! 

    @jwatt5 have you tried using coconut oil after feeding to help with the soreness? I know a  lot of people swear by lanolin but I think coconut oil is just as good if not better. I put it on my flanges of my breast pump and then on after pumping. 

    I tried the baby in my baby carrier yesterday and she loved it! She fell asleep instantly which was nice because I was able to get a few things done because prior to that she just wanted to be held. I felt like we had a little mom win moment yesterday!
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    @ARB425 Yay for the Mommy win! What carrier are you using? I really want to wear her, but I'm a little nervous.
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    @persnickity I have a lillebaby airflow carrier. They are a little pricey but they often have great sales! They have a last chance section that sells discontinued prints/colors. It is so worth it because it has great lumbar support and I feel like she is completely safe in it. You do not need an infant insert for certain carriers like you do with the ergobaby. Plus it can be used through many years for the baby! 
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    Should you like a less bulky carrier for being at home. As in easier to just sit down while they sleep. 
    I use the baby k'tan from when she was little and now at 10 months she still loves it. 
    I always have that one with me as it's so compact for when stroller won't do anymore!
    I also have the ergobaby 360 for longer walks, which had the infant seat.

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    Thanks @tvh1982 and @ARB425. I got a baby k'tan, but am nervous about her being so young and putting her in at the wrong angle and her having trouble breathing. I'm sure she would be fine, but I'm nervous. 
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    @persnickity I have the baby k'tan as well but haven't used it yet. I have the same concerns as you but watching a few YouTube videos has helped. I may try it out today because it is definitely less cumbersome than my other carrier. 
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    @ARB425 Let me know how it goes. I'll have to check out the videos too. I can put it on and get her in, but I'm afraid I have her in wrong and haven't actually worn her in it for more than testing out the size.
    @tvh1982 Did you wear Pia right from the start?
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    @persnickity - we have the Boba but where we got it from will do free lessons on how to use it. Seems like the smaller baby stores will. I tried all of them one with their baby doll and now that Parker is here, today we are going back down to get help with putting him in for the first time. 
    Me: 37 DH: 37 - Married 10.2015 ❤️ Canadian 
    DX: Endometriosis - Stage 4, DOR, RPL
    TTC #1 07.2015
    03.2016 - Natural BFP - MC 5w4d
    04.2016 - Natural BFP - Chemical
    10.2016 - IUI w/ Injections #1 = IUI Cancelled (cyst/no mature follicle)
    11.2016 - IUI w/ Injections #2 = BFP, EDD 08.2017 - It's a BOY!
    TTC #2 06.2019
    08.2019 - IUI w/ Injections #1 = Chemical
    09.2019 - IUI w/ Injections #2 = BFN
    10.2019 - IUI w/ Injections #3 = BFN
    01.2020 - IUI w/ Injections #4 = BFN
    08.2020 - Natural BFP - MC 9w5d
    11.2020 - IVF Retrieval - 3AB & 4BB
    05.2021 - FET #1 = BFP, EDD 02.2022 - It's a BOY!

           
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    We are taking a weekend getaway for my cousins wedding in DC(about 6 hours from where we live) next weekend. Has anyone traveled with a young baby who can give us some helpful tips? My parents will be in the car to help with the baby. I'm starting to make a list of everything we need to bring and just want to be prepared.
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    I hadn't the baby k'tan from the start, I still wrapped, which was a pain. I wish I had as it was so much easier. My little pixie  was 2 months when I bought it. 
    As we slept like that too (her attached to me) her face was always buried in my chest. 
    But when you put them in there slightly on their sides with both legs on one side instead of carrying them straight up their heads aren't planted into you.
    To ease the worry, their noses are pressed against your boob while breastfeeding. It comes natural to them and their main focus is to breath. 
    My little pixie proved that to me when she learnt to lift my pillow from my bed way before I knew she could. She had placed it on her, but didn't know how to remove it. 
    She definitely made me know something was wrong!

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    @persnickity - I have a ring sling that I've been using since my LO was two weeks old and it was one of the only ways he would nap at first.  Bit of a learning curve to get him in it, but after a few weeks, it is easy and fast to get him up. I also now have a Tula free to grow that should work until his is a toddler and I use that one if I'm going out and will wear him longer as it has more straps and support. He will happily fall asleep in both. I have found Babywearing International a good resource for videos and you also might be able to find a group in your area that will help you learn the carrier and you can even borrow different styles to see what you prefer. 
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    Thanks @mjacks16 I'll check the group out!
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    Opening a new discussion as we are in September. Feel free to do so when a new month start. New mummies are more active then any of the 'older' mummies are :)

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