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SAMKIDWELL
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9/23/14 9:41 A

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My favorite thing about breast feeding Adrian is the way he spits his "binky" out. I will walk up to Adrian and when he sees me he'll start chowing down on his pacifier. So, I tell him, "ok, I see ya". Once I lift my shirt to unlatch my nursing bra, he takes one look at me and spits...and I mean launches that pacifier out of his mouth, does a big stretch with his lips puckered out, and then sits looking at me with a big grin on his face.


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JESUSMOM
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12/30/13 1:56 A

 
 
My daughter does this too! It's such a special time, I love how excited she gets, she does this impatient, pleading cry/pant when i'm preparing to nurse! It makes me feel so needed and imortant! Then she latches on with such enthsiasm, it makes me chuckle!

MSMELISS73
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10/9/13 10:10 A

 
 
I love when my dd is being playful and latches on then unlatches to look at me and smile then she quickly latches on again. :)

MAMAPEARSON
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9/29/13 2:28 P

 
 
Breastfeeding was so difficult with my older two , I love how simple it is this time around . It still has it's moments but for the most part me and Grace are both loving the experience! She just started holding or grasping while she feeds, and when she's being goofy she'll look up and smile at me , it's just a great connection we share and even when we are having a bad day whether it's teething or grown-up stress nursing relaxes us both, brings us back to the basics of life ... it's wonderful!

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9/24/13 12:47 P

 
 
LOVE that you have a kiddo named Anakin i didnt know about that name until right after my baby was born i totally would have named him that!

CCK316
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8/12/13 2:24 P

 
 
My little one has just started flexing his hands, tucking and untucking his fingers. He does this against my chest as he's nursing. It's an oddly comforting and soothing feeling for us both!

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8/12/13 2:20 P

 
 
That's one of my favorites, too!

SIGRIDBLUEBELLE
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6/11/13 11:25 P

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I love that too. Or the milky wide awake grins. My ds does that when I am talking on the phone and nursing. I think he thinks Im silly.

KIRA321
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6/2/13 7:02 P

 
 
I love it when she is just barely asleep and smiles without breaking the latch and keeps nursing.

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5/22/13 10:34 A

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It calms my 2.5 year old, it keeps my son and i connected, it is so easy and natural feeling,we get more sleep! He is very outgoing and is very confident and i think this is related to the nursing as well!

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5/18/13 4:53 A

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I love the connection i have when i breastfeed.

ROBYNMOMMY
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3/14/13 1:49 P

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I love the snuggly feeling of nursing, though she has a bad habit of falling asleep in the middle of a meal, and I have to tickle her toes or boop her nose to get her going again.

This morning, she was in the middle of feeding and stopped, looked up at me, went "hah!", and then relatched and kept going like nothing had happened. Hilarous!

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I'm only pumping too, and my favorite part is knowing my child is getting milk from me. When I open the fridge and see my milk bags, it brings such a nice reminder that my child needs me.

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I wasn't able to nurse my son, but I pumped for a year. My daughter is not having any issues, and I love it. I still pump so she can have a bottle if needed, but I love (and sometimes not) how she stops and looks at me and smiles. She get distracted, so when all of that starts, we actually stop and take a break, but oh, how sweet it is to have her hold my finger and then look up at me with milk dribbling down her cheek :)



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2/7/13 11:35 A

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I love the bonding between baby and me! As well I find it very relaxing!

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I totally agree with you. I love when my son looks up at me. He's the sweetest baby. I find it a little humorous when he's tired while he's feeding and he keeps moving his head from side to side trying to latch on. All the while his eyes are closed.

JENNWI81
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11/3/12 2:59 P

 
 
My favorite thing besides the special bonding time with my daughter is, I am always prepared on outings for her meals! No messy bottles.

FULLAUTO428
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10/29/12 3:27 P

 
 
I love how they look up at you with those big eyes with such love in their eyes. I also love how they put their hand on you or hold your fingers/hand. It is the best feeling in the world. I nursed my first child for 13 months and am nuring the second one now (3 months old)

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I love it giving you that one on one time with the baby. I nursed my 3 girls and plan on nursing our 4th baby. I also love that it gives me a reason to sit down for at least 30 mins and relax. Can't wait to nurse again.

AVANTUIL
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10/14/12 1:04 A

 
 
My favorite thing is the unique gift breastfeeding is for me and the baby. Not replaceable. I'm still nursing baby number 4 at 15 months. He has had a number of health issues. I am so grateful to provide nutrition, immunotherapy, comfort and physical therapy. I am so glad that God made him #4 and learned so much nursing other babies. It was a serious fight to keep him nursing or taking expressed milk.

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10/11/12 9:55 A

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As many said, the special time with the baby and the fact that a little milk can help any hurt. And if you put breastmilk on a scrape it heals up faster without a scar :) My almost 3-year-old has a cut over his eye that isn't healing, and I really wish I had some milk to apply right now. He weaned at 25 months, and while I've enjoyed having my body back (and no more pumping!) I'm looking forward to nursing the next one.

My favorite memory of breastfeeding was when my milk first can in - my son and I were alone, which we almost never were at first, and we made such a mess! He couldn't figure out what to do or how to swallow the milk effectively, and I was so surprised I was leaking from both sides... It made me feel like "hey, we're in this together, let's figure this out" and like we were a team. That memory still makes me smile.


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9/21/12 1:14 A

 
 
I love it when my daughter is done eating a has fallen asleep and smiles with her teethless grin and snuggles closer to me. its a great feeling.

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having that special moment just me and my baby:)


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BUBBLELOVINLADI
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8/25/12 11:48 A

 
 
My favorite thing is the way she lovingly stares at me. At first..I couldn't produce much milk but what I did (learnt from WIC) is whenever she cried even if she wasn't hungry, I give her my breast. I used my breast as a pacifier in short and after a week of that I now have more than enough. Now I'm a stay at home mom so I was able to do that but for those who aren't try pumping more often. Try going to the ladies room and manual pump or hand express just a lil every hour and that should help some... But good luck to those who r having trouble. Stick with it cuz the bonding is worth it

Edited by: BUBBLELOVINLADI at: 8/25/2012 (11:49)

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feeding at night in a dark room while the rest of the family is sound asleep.

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7/25/12 9:45 A

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I had a really low milk supply after I had my daughter. I thought it was just because she couldn't latch on, but we will see. I am working with a lactation consultant this time around though.

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Hey Jude,

I also have seizures, and this is my second baby. I am very concerned about whether I will be able to breastfeed at all. My daugther was born with special needs so I didn't get to breastfeed her at all. I really want to breastfeed with this one.

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I love that he wants mommy time! That bond we have is so strong and his determination to follow me around is too adorable! And as for being able to produce more milk, I find myself having to take "More Milk" tabs to help produce more to help fill him ad enable me to have a small freezer stash for when I go back to work


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How are moms able to produce so much milk? I could barely get milk out of one breast, and really tried. I had to pump. My baby seemed like he was starving and wanted to nurse around the clock. I heard some people say they drank tea to help, but nothing helped me. It was not fun for me, but I am interested how it worked so well for most people. I even pumped and there was hardly any milk, and it would take about an hour to get half of a bottle. I am just curious. I think nursing is the best food for a baby, but it was just exhausting for me.


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6/4/12 2:23 P

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Before I had my DD I believed that nursing was a very important part of being a mother, to provide the best option for my baby. I had such a high expectation for myself I was concerned and worried I might not be able to breastfeed. Luckily my DD was a natural and away we went. I loved that I could go visit my family in another country and not have to pack bottles or formula. I would watch my friend spend 1.5 hrs each night sterilizing bottles, mixing the formula, filling the bottles with formula and counting them into the fridge to make sure they had enough for the following day. I got to spend that extra time bonding.

Edited by: WERBOWCE at: 6/4/2012 (14:24)


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I always knew I would nurse, and, even though I knew it was special, I didn't really enjoy it until my little one was five months. After I stopped being sore.. well, nursing became one of the most important, and special, parts of my day. I love being able to give my little one what he needs. I love that I can comfort him. But, most of all, I love that nursing has made us so close.

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I guess the fact that I didn't have to buy formula was a plus. Nursing was not pleasant at all for me! It was uncomfortable, and of course my husband couldn't help with anything. I can barely remember things from that time due to sleep deprivation, my breast felt like they were going to explode, lol. Then with my second child, I could not nurse him as my son, with PDD-nos, kept going up to him, grabbing his head, when it was covered with a light blanket. I don't know how moms do it so long, that is amazing! I relaly think it is awesome for the ones that have a good experience. I am jealous of anyone that says it was relaxing. It was very uncomfortable for me, but I tried as long as I could, and I think it is really good for babies. Cow milk and soy are just not as healthy, imo.


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HRUT27
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5/9/12 2:16 P

 
 
I love everything about breastfeeding! My boy was a natural and I took an awesome class at my hospital ahead of time. I love that no pushy, well-meaning family members can do it for me. It's always my job! I do wish my hubby could take a turn once in a while at 2 am... but then again, my boy is so sweet when he's sleepy and just wants to snuggle close I wouldn't really want to give that up anyway! He's 6 months old now so my early morning feeding (5 or 6 am now, thankfully) is my only snuggle time these days. That boy loves to play!

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I love breastfeeding and everything about it! I love that Abby never needed a paci and that she comes to me when she's upset. I'm so glad that we never had to pay for formula or run out in the middle of the night because we were out of it. And that I could go to friends' or family's houses and know that I had enough food with me always. I did wish that I could sleep while my fiance got up with her sometimes but I feel like it made me better at functioning while half asleep :)

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When I first started breastfeeding for the first time I absolutely dreaded it. My daughter was born in one of the hottest summers we've had for a long time and I had no central cooling. I was sticky, sore, tired and fed up. The 30mins feeding seemed to go for an eternity.

But I persevered until she was 16 months! I learned to LOVE breastfeeding. The bond it gives you between your baby is incredible, it is just so special. She's never needed any pacifiers or supplements or top ups and she has never ever been sick! The nipple was her soother and even now I still sneak it in to soothe her if shes really upset and teething.

I'm looking forward to being a breastfeeding mum again.. although I'm not sure if I'll be singing the same tune when waiting 30minutes for baby to stop feeding in the beginning :)

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I am 100 perc for nursing, don't get me wrong, but I know the drs tell everyone that it keeps them healthy, etc... and I didn't see that with my child (the one that I nursed the longest). My child ended up on the Autism spectrum, even though I was very diligent about nursing, vaccines, doing what they say. My child had huge GI issues all the time, ear infections, and at his pediatrician several times a month. Sorry, it just makes me sad. I know nursing is the best baby food for them, but I also want to advise the moms on here, make sure you eat healthy, take the right amount of vitamins, and make sure you pump before giving your child the milk if you have had any meds from the hospital, etc... I was given lots of pain meds, and I wonder if there is a link at all to medications from nursing my son or vaccines. I know breast milk is the only milk that should be given for the first 1-2 years. It is so good for our kids, but just really, really make sure that you continue the prenates the whole time, etc...

Edited by: MAXMAMA77 at: 5/4/2012 (09:25)


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When she looks at me and smiles while still feeding.


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I love to breastfeed my son. I had a lot of questions and concerns because I also have seizures and I am a disabled vet! I am very limited on the Med's I can take for my condition. I hurt and I am in so much pain all the time! I get to put my feet up and rest when I feed my baby! It reminds me that all the pain I go through is worth all of it!! That moment when he is eating and he smiles in his half sleep state of pure happiness and relaxation! Knowing that I am doing what I can to give him the best start in life that I can give him!!

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The drunk look on their faces when they get their fill. :)


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Latest fav thing. I asked ds "do you like milk? His response "ya, juicy"

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Ohh the snorting, hedgehog stage! How I miss that... :)


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LOL Oblivious! Me too!! Haha! I always laugh at my son because while he does that he wrinkles his nose and right as he finally latches on he gives a little snort!..LMAO!

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i like it when they're at the little bird stage lol when they are hungry and just bobbing around looking for something to latch on to lol


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I love so many things about it - that it doesn't cost money and its the best thing for baby - Can't beat that.

I love that the milk is there whenever I need to feed baby.

I love her morning nursing sessions, when she really just wants to play and see everyone, she'll nurse for a second and then look around and smile - where's her brother? Mom are you looking at me, smile, you are looking at me - I love you, okay I'll eat a little more. gulp gulp -pause- whats that? was that brother? is he coming in here? I want to see him.

She really has no interest in eating in the mornings, but she does and takes lots of smile breaks in between and it so freaking cute.



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I've been having a little BF burn out lately but today i was reminded of something i like about it... LO is difficult to get down for a nap, so when I'm desperate for rest for both of us, I just swaddle her, put her on her side, and nurse her to sleep! BAM, mommy/baby naptime :)


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I love so many of the same things you all have already posted! The milk drunk look after nursing with milk dribbling out of his little mouth, when he smiles while nursing and then realizes he's still nursing and suckles again quickly, having an excuse to snuggle multiple times a day! Knowing I am doing what is best for my baby.

Nursing is one of my favorite things about being a mom.

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I love that even when he is sick, he can drink my milk and not throw up.

Lo was sick this weekend, was even throwing up water, but could nurse without any issue. Breast milk is magical stuff




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It drove me nuts at times the first month or two that it would take her so long to nurse but now I miss it sometimes cuz that was guaranteed time for me to watch a movie/read/go on the internet. Now she's so speedy!

I like that it's free and so very good for her. I like that I don't have to prep bottles at night and can feed her in bed. I like pumping at work b/c it gives me a break and time to read a book :) I still think I will be happy to wean at a year which is my plan b/c sometimes it stresses me to nurse or make sure I pump so I can go somewhere without her but I do know there is something very special about nursing her.


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I love when my DS looks up at me and tries to coo with the nipple in his mouth, realizes he can't do both, smiles and then goes back to nursing. It's so sweet.

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I agree! I love watching my DS grow knowing that it's all due to ME and the miracle that is my body.

I love knowing that all I have to bring when we go out are a couple diapers, some wipes, and an extra outfit and we are set to go.

No making or warming bottles while holding a screaming baby.

TONS of bonding experience. I loved my nursing time with my DD and I love it just as much if not more (because I know more and am doing better) this time!

Milky grins.

Knowing that if he's upset, I can calm him down without 'accessories'. LOL

And CHEAP!

I also strangely enjoy pumping. Since I work in a hospital it's a nice break. They have specific lactation rooms with a dimmer switch, rocking chairs, magazines, and a sink. I get to relax for a bit and know I'm doing the best I can do for my baby! I love seeing all that white milk sitting in my fridge!

ETA: I really love that my daughter is so interested in it and if DS is crying and I'm doing something with her she'll say 'It's okay mommy. Go feed Davis, he needs you!' And she nurses her dolls. I'm teaching her how to be nurturing and that breastfeeding is GREAT!

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So, I posted here months and months ago about wanting to love breastfeeding, and now we're going strong at 9 months! I love that she depends on me for everything she needs, and that my body miraculously knows how to provide for her. Of course, I wish she would take a bottle of EBM once in a while, because even Mommy needs a break!

I also will admit that my most favorite thing about BFing is that it's cheap, convenient, and hands-down the healthiest thing I can do for her!

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I like that it's a time when I can stop and focus just on my little girl.

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The first 6 weeks were very painful for me, but I hung in there and just weaned at 22 months.. I miss it sooooo much!!

I loved when he would look into my eyes and smile. When he would rub my neck and face. the look in his eyes, cuddling in bed and nursing..
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I recently began enjoying breastfeeding. 2 weeks ago, it was all about trying to block the pain. Now, I absolutely love the time we have together. His little hands patting me, him smiling at me once he's latched on, and all the funny noises he makes make me laugh.

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just read that somewhere on the net

"A newborn baby has only three demands. They are warmth in the arms of its mother, food from her breasts, and security in the knowledge of her presence. Breastfeeding satisfies all three" ~Grantly Dick-Read


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