tandem nursing

Practice Positive Discipline & Strive for Balance in Personal and Family Life

January 22, 2010

Following the Principles: Parts 7 & 8 in a series of 8 Now that we have finally welcomed our newest addition— an 11lb son named Lazlo who was born safely at our home — I can take the time to sit down and write again. The swelling and the restlessness of late pregnancy made computer […]

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To tandem or not to tandem (Part 2 of series on preparing for baby #2)

June 12, 2009

This is the second post in a series on preparing for a second baby. If you haven’t read it already, check out the first part What on Earth Were We Thinking? In [my] attachment parenting circles nursing into toddlerhood is common. A lot of parents strive for child-led weaning or at the very least gradual […]

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What on earth were we thinking? (Part 1 of series on preparing for baby #2)

June 9, 2009

Panic. Complete panic. It’s 3:00am. I’m 30 weeks pregnant. My 2 year old son wakes up again and wants Mommy. I nurse him back to sleep, get up to pee again (pregnant bladder) and try to find a comfortable position to sleep where my huge belly is neither making me uncomfortable nor in danger of […]

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