If you’re a breastfeeding mom, chances are you’ve thought about how long you plan on breastfeeding for. It could be a couple of months, a year, or longer! Whatever your timeline is, the big question that comes with that timeline is how to wean off breastfeeding.
But what doesn’t get asked about is what happens after you stop breastfeeding.
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Before having a baby, the thought of being pregnant sounded amazing and magical, and I was so excited for it. I thought I knew exactly what it was going to be like. I was going to grow this cute little belly (although I did like my belly, little was not the word I’d use to describe it), I’d wear these cute outfits to show off the bump (Ha! When nothing fits you wear whatever you can), and I’d have this glowing skin and luscious hair (okay, the hair part was true).
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Teething is a tricky phase because there are so many different signs of teething, it happens at different ages, for different lengths of time, and at different levels of intensity for every baby. My son started teething at 3 months, and nobody believed us when we told them he had two teeth at 3.5 months! We didn’t even realize that was what was happening at the time since it felt so early and weren’t aware of all the teething symptoms.
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I am writing this post through tired, no… exhausted, eyes because I have just come out of the 4 month sleep regression. I honestly didn’t think I would make it. That may sound extreme but 8 weeks straight of waking up every 1-2 hours at night, and only 30 minute naps during the day makes you feel like you’re going crazy. Oh, and on top of that, he cut two teeth at the same time… Yikes!
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Having a baby is such an exciting time! From finding out that you’re pregnant to the day your new bundle of joy is born, everything seems like it couldn’t get any better.
That is, until you start to plan out what you’ll need for your baby.
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