time flies when you’re raising a newborn, huh?
It’s logical that a dentist might recognize that an infant is teething. And this also explains why April is constantly crying…
John: “She’s teething.”
Elle: “Breast-feeding period, STOPS, NOW!”
This might be a bad time but I called it!!
LOL! And (I would think) Elly has no more objections!
The question of when to stop nursing was settled for me when the kids started teething. One good chomp and I was singing the praises of a plastic bottle.
April, May, June, July, August, September — Why that’s right on schedule! Looks like we haven’t skipped much the past six months.
The song “Let it go” comes to mind. Also, “The Eye of the Tiger” for some reason.
Give her something hard to chew on, and a thick bib.
Wow, already 6 months old . . sure, she’s “ready” for someone to take over. Ever hear of attachment parenting? Good grief.
No. I think she’s therious.
The only thing I know is most women I know that have had children went back to work in 6-12 weeks not 6 months. Why would a employer keep your job for 6 months?
Time to make sure the breast pumps are working. Maybe get a second set in case of breakdown.