My youngest and most likely my LAST baby turned two this weekend. TWO! As in she’s a toddler and not even a baby anymore. That’s her above, nursing her baby doll. Monkey see, monkey do. At two years old, she’s still nursing at bedtime every night that I’m home. I told myself, and her that
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Disclaimer: Dammit Jim, I’m a … uh, not a doctor. None of the following should be taken as medical advice! Also, this is not a paid endorsement for Strattera. If the drug doesn’t work out, I will be ditching it and will be back on here to tell you how miserable the experience was.
While I never imagined I would have nursed my daughter until she was over the age of two and a half, breastfeeding ended up being the best parenting tool in my arsenal and the one I reached for more than any other. Yep, I milked our breastfeeding relationship for all it was worth (pun intended).
Today I did something I never thought I’d do. I dumped my frozen breast milk. It was only about 20 ounces, but mamas who have ever pumped know what a triumph each of those ounces is. I never pumped to build a stash because, being at home with my daughter during the day, I was
This is Nora. She’s nearly two. Nora still loves to nurse. We don’t do it as often as we used to. As a busy toddler, sometimes she just can’t find the time. But she still absolutely needs a snuggle first thing in the morning, and usually looks for me when she’s tired or when she