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Re: [IP] Sleeping with my baby.

Ginny, thank you so much for that beautiful response.  It is people like
you that make a difference in a mommy-to-be's perspective! You just made my


>I have been thinking about where to put your pump so tubing wouldn't be in the
>way. If you are going to be wearing a nursing bra you vould tuck it in
>there. I
>take the tubing and wind it in a loop and tuck it in under the belt clip.  Or
>if you are not a restless sleeper you could tuck the pump under your pillow on
>the opposite side where the baby is sleeping.
>I'll keep trying to think of ways.
>I am excited for you! I had 3 children now all grown and they were breast-fed
>and we had a family bed too. With something so natural as breastfeeding it is
>just as natural to tuck baby in bed and nurse. It is such a bonding time
>between mommy, daddy and baby..
>Don;t let people discourage you. Our last one went to her own bed when she was
>2 1/2..enjoying thier babyhood is a one time experience which you cannot live
>over again...What a gift the babies are..
>LaLeache League is wonderful..it was there for my almost 30 yrs ago.
>now they are there for my daughter who is nursing her son (my first
>gradnchild)  :)
>No one really knows what causes SIDS. When my kids were babies we were told to
>put them on thier tummies..now parents are told to put them on thier
>backs..next it will be on thier sides...SIDS has been around for centuries..so
>it isn;t anything that has just occured in the past 50 yrs or so.
>I'll keep thinking of ideas for you..
>Ginny :)
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