need weaning suggestions!

My 21 month old won't give up BF. I guess I wouldn't mind so much if he just fed before bed or in the morning BUT he still wake up twice a night to nurse and ends up in my bed....

Started by Loren on 07/10/2010 in Breastfeeding Moms

Last update on 07/11/2010 by Maureen


Period and milk supply

I had my son 6 months ago and have been successfully BF. Yesterday however I got mother nature's gift (full force) for the first time. Not sure if it is normally really bad the...


Brown dischage, is this normal?

It's kind of embarrasing to admit, but I am 18 post c-section and am still experiencing brown discharge. It is very subtle and usually takes a whole day to fill a pad. I am so...

Started by Jessica on 07/22/2010 in Breastfeeding Moms

Last update on 07/22/2010 by Deborah


Is it normal for it to hurt when I pump?

My daughter is 6 weeks old and we've been breastfeeding since she was born. I've just started pumping a couple of days ago to prepare for returning to work, using a double...

Started by Elaine on 07/29/2010 in Breastfeeding Moms

Last update on 07/30/2010 by Brooke


has anyone gone on a plane while pumping?

My husband ,our 2 children and I are going to see our family and I pump for our 4.5month old daughter who has a cleft palate. The plane ride will be around 9ish hours. I was...


water bumps?

hello, i just had my baby a week ago a natural birth i am breastfeeding and i have little bumps on my fingers at least 5 of my fingers on both hands they really itch they dont...

Started by Laura on 08/08/2010 in Moms Under 30

Last update on 08/09/2010 by Laura



Any mom considering getting a IUD should really look into Paragaurd. I hear alot of moms looking into the hormone IUD that only last up to 5 years. Paragaurd last up to 10...

Started by Heather on 08/09/2010 in Moms Under 30

Last update on 08/12/2010 by Cynthia


Night Feedings!

My son is 8 months old today (17th) and sometimes want up too 2 bottles during the night. I've tried giving him water but it doesn't work. How do I get him to sleep throught the...


Breast Implants and Breast Feeding???

I was wondering if there are any moms on here that have breast fed their children then gotten breast implants, had another child and breast fed again? I have 2 daughters right...

Started by Angel on 08/26/2010 in Breastfeeding Moms

Last update on 09/25/2010 by Crystal



I have a question... I have to pump at work. I am not a good pumper - it usually takes me about 30 minutes to have 5 letdowns before I'm empty enough to quit. But the last...


Clicking tounge?

My 1 month old has been a fantastic breastfeeder, but just when I finally got past the sensitive nipple stage, she picked up an odd habit. Lately she's been clicking her tounge...

Started by Kelsey on 09/08/2010 in Breastfeeding Moms

Last update on 09/08/2010 by Katie


2 month old biting!! halp! D:

My 2 month old daughter keeps biting me while nursing and when i yell "ow!" or "NO!" she thinks it's funny! what can i do to let her know that it's bad??

Started by Jennifer on 09/20/2010 in Breastfeeding Moms

Last update on 09/20/2010 by Amanda


Need to wean my 18 month old

I was just at the Dr about my PPD, and she wants to change my meds and put me on Zolfot. We have both agreed that this is probably best for me. My 18 month old is nursing...

Started by Carisa on 09/27/2010 in Breastfeeding Moms

Last update on 09/28/2010 by Aicha


getting babies to sleep

hi there i was just curious on how many breastfeeding moms nurse their babes to sleep?,as well as other ways moms get your littlte ones to drift off to sleep?

Started by Meagan on 09/28/2010 in Moms Under 30

Last update on 09/28/2010 by Karen


Think I might be loosing my milk : (

Have been b/f for 2months and 6 days now but one nipple has a split both at the top and bottom which is becoming very painful when I feed from that side. Feels kind of like...

Started by Cassie on 10/01/2010 in Breastfeeding Moms

Last update on 10/01/2010 by Daniela


Using dummies and bottles?

My son is 3 weeks old and is breast feeding really well. However, I was wondering since babies with Downs can find feeding more difficult, would it be a bad idea to use a dummy...