Hi I see you have a 15 month old son and still BF and TTC. I am too. My son is almost 13 months and still BF. I am on my second cycle since it returned. With my son it took us almost 3 years to get pg.
Just a quick note to say hi! Thank you! They tried to keep me as long as possible to be with her especially since the hospital is over an hour away from home. We didn't even go home when I was discharged. Her reflux is doing a lot better thank goodness. With it under control she is able to BF exclusively! :D
She was born on Thurs 4:55am and I was discharged Sat and Ellie was discharged (she was in the NICU) on Sunday. They let me be discharged at 9pm on Sat so I could spend the day with her and when I came back in the morning she was ready to go home :)
Just a quick note to say hi! Wow that is scary that you were bleeding. At least they were able to get things going. He's a big boy! Go mama feeding the good stuff :). I used the nipple shields for a bit too. They are pretty neat and hey it saves your nipples from getting cracked and such!!
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