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HiThree thoughts from a mom of 3:1-breastfed babie...

2008-07-26T21:38:00.000-04:00

Hi

Three thoughts from a mom of 3:
1-breastfed babies should not be given pacifiers anyhow..mom's breast is much more soothing and always available:)
2-breastfed babies should be encouraged to nurse during the night..try co-sleeping..she'll end up wanting her own room by first grade, no matter what :)
3-infancy and toddlerhood go by very quickly...don't worry about spoiling, schedules or rules...try reading the "Womanly Art of Breastfeeding" (LaLeche League) for thoughts on listening to baby and baby led feeding

best,
momof3



Well said Proverbs 4:18! Both my children have be...

2008-06-02T01:27:00.000-04:00

Well said Proverbs 4:18! Both my children have been sharing a room for quite some time now and Julia is a very sound sleeper. Elias is not, he is 17 months old and is STILL not sleeping through the night. But guess who does sleep through the night? Julia, right through the crying, calling for mama and yes, sometimes screaming. Sometimes they wake one another in the morning but you learn to remove loud child quickly and the kids adjust. We also use a fan for white noise. Once Julia threw-up and Elias slept through the light on and noisy cleanup...an act of God. Which reminds me, God can enable the kids, and you, to do whatever you need to do. Love you!



Pardon me while I give a little giggle at your sit...

2008-06-01T13:36:00.000-04:00

Pardon me while I give a little giggle at your situation...because I SOOOO know what you are going through. And, my dear friend, there is nothing you can do about the most logical solution of finally having your dear ones share a room together. It is an eventuality all of us toddler&baby moms face. I promise it is only a phase. I promise you will learn how to be as stealthy as any soldier. You will learn the exact time you need to get her so that you can be in and out in a flash without your DS knowing. And you will also learn to let DS realize it's not time for HIM to get up even though sister is up. Parenting is all about transitions...have fun with this one! :-P Sorry I can't be more encouraging, but the truth is the truth! :-)