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Monday, November 29, 2010

cows milk, straight up

Well, one of my worries has been swept off the table. This weekend, I gave Sophie a bottle with cow's milk only. I was really afraid she was not going to drink it, but she sucked it down:)

This week starts my cutting out the pre-work nursing session. My boobs were already full when I left for work, lol, and right now they feel like rocks:) I don't think I can hold out much longer!! I gave her a bottle this morning, which I thought she might resist, but surprisingly she is fine with it. Then, just to give myself a little relief, i let her nurse for one minute on one side and then stopped her.

Her b-day party planning is about done. I ordered the cake today, and we just have a few little things left on the list. I cannot believe she is going to be one.

In honor of the holidays...

5 comments:

Jen said...

LOVE the photo! Just wanted to come here and say hi ;)

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Fran said...

Oh my God she is adorable!! I think you are doing great with the feeding, hopefully your body will get the message soon that no more milk is required (at least until the next one comes along!!) Love, Fran

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