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Aha, now I know why baby has fed non-stop for 8 weeks...

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Umlellala Sat 13-Sep-08 13:25:45

I know it's normal for bf to want to feed constantly/a lot in first few weeks but he is still feeding quite often - at least every two hours.
Well, took him to 8 week check yesterday... and he is 14lbs (6.4kg) and 64cm shock (now in 3-6mths clothes) - was a very average 7lbs 4oz at birth so I guess he's been needing it smile

I have been eating loads since (his) birth too and now feel really justified - bring on the jaffa cakes grin

Divvy Sat 13-Sep-08 14:49:10

WOW! Well done you! grin

StarlightMcKenzie Sat 13-Sep-08 14:57:12

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Umlellala Sat 13-Sep-08 15:04:36

Thanks!! (and congrats Starlight smile)

Feeling v proud, as I mixed fed dd, then ff from 3 weeks. Ds has been exclusively bf...

Have just trusted that I had enough milk, been leaking (althought that did calm down after 3 weeks) but have never really felt full or engorged... ds seems to sick up after every feed though, dread to think what size he'd be if he didn't! wink

BabiesEverywhere Sat 13-Sep-08 17:34:55

Well done

It is a great feeling watching your baby thrive on something your body made for him...mother nature is wonderful

MrsJamin Sun 14-Sep-08 09:56:13

hey well done Gold Top Feels great when you know it's a totally natural weightgain and all down to you! (I was same!)

alipalli Tue 16-Sep-08 16:04:31

Welldone. I've been in the same boat with ds since birth. Last week he was 16lb 12oz at 12 weeks. I've avoided the siren call of the formula by not having an emergency packet in the house so it was BF or nothing. grin Its a bit relentless though isn't it?

Turniphead1 Tue 16-Sep-08 16:11:13

Well done Umlellala (gosh I can never spell your name)!!!

funnypeculiar Tue 16-Sep-08 16:12:31

Wow - well done to both of you.
<passes more biscuits>

WinkyWinkola Tue 16-Sep-08 16:13:09

Oh my word, Umlellala. He's a champ. And so are you!

Chaotica Tue 16-Sep-08 16:21:01

Wow! Well done smile

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