I had my son May 15. Weight 5lbs 15oz and 17 1/2 lenght. He is a healthy boy born via c-section i was schedule for May 18 but i was 100% thinned out and 3cm dilated so dr decided to do it tuesday. Im recovering really well im in no pain what so ever. Breastfeeding is going good he latches on quick and only wants breast i pump so my mother can feed him but he doesnt want bottle. He doesnt cry at all. How are you all new mommys recovering?
He's a smart boy he wants it straight from the tap haha! I'm glad your doing well with a c section! I can't imagine! I'm doing well its been a week since I had my little one and I'm still over the moon about it! My muscles aren't as sore as they were but I can still feel some soreness in my abdomen and lower! N I'm not bresstfeeding so the engorgement part *****!
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