What I’m about to share with you saved me from giving up on breastfeeding. If you are struggling with getting your baby to latch on this could be just about the only latch advice you will need. Here goes!
Gentle sleep training is probably the easiest emotionally to do. Sometimes I find it very painful to listen to my little guy cry because he cries with such intensity. However, it does takes the most energy/effort, and could take baby anywhere from 5 mins to 2 hours to fall asleep. Here’s what I did: Day 1-3: […]
Mr. Grey turning 4 months couldn’t come fast enough. He had a bed time routine that was working well for us but I was soooo excited when he finally reached 4 months old, sleep training age!!! *If your little one isn’t quite at that age yet but you want to get a head start on sleep […]
The best way to start sleep training your little one is to first understand how much sleep they actually need and then create a routine.
The “Check up” method of sleep training was a good medium for me. I didn’t feel like I was ‘abandoning him in his time of need’ like most moms feel when they let there baby cry.
It was the pain! I couldn’t understand how anyone could do that to themselves even though the nurses would tell me the pain would go away, I was not convinced. So with baby number 3, my 3rd and final, I was determined to make it happen.
I had baby fever and I had it BAAADD! When I was planning on having my first baby, my heart ached for a girl! Don’t want to leave it to chance?
Circumcision… A touchy subject, I know, and what does that have to do with breastfeeding?? Well, I’m getting there!!