Baby #2 is due in May and I have a 21 month old that still loves the wubbanub. Is it better to wean now and risk a regression when baby comes? Or wean later and allow him the paci to help him cope with the change?
My son whines so much now. I know that he's frustrated that he doesn't have the words to describe what he wants or how he feels. How do you ward off whining when they don't have the words? Or is this just a phase we get through until he has the words?
I am currently 6 weeks pregnant and have a 17 month old. My toddler has rarely been away from me and it gives me anxiety to think of leaving him to be in the hospital. Family has proven to be challenging and I'd rather not ask for their help. I have until May but am just trying to brainstorm. Any suggestions would be great.
I'm a newly WAHM. Loving being at home with our one year old. In an attempt to go to the gym and socialize our son I've tried to drop him at the gym daycare. He really struggles with separation anxiety right now and the last gym attempt was a nightmare. Is it best to keep trying to take him or wait until some of the clingy-ness subsides??? I dread the thought of taking him tomorrow bu... More
Before having a baby I never understood why mothers breastfed. I was formula fed & turned out just fine, right? After doing some research I decided to try breastfeeding without knowing how much work was involved. This week my son had croup. I'd heard that breastmilk changed when your baby was sick. I am so fascinated after comparing milk pumped when he was sick this week (11/1) to ton... More
Mommin' ain't easy! Worked 10 hours, saw 8 patients for therapy, trained a student, met with boss, pumped 5 times (3 at work), lunch with husband (first time alone in 4 months), picked up baby from daycare, fed, bathed, nighttime. Now bottles. Today I got 1.5 hours with my son & 1 unexpected hour with my husband....& I will do it all again for those two. A shout out to all y... More