IT never ceases to amaze me how flexible those little people are. Cute picture.
It's so exciting isn't it? Xxx
That's a great photo! I liked your breast feeding post. I'm sad Aidan is our last (planned) baby and once he's weaned I'll probably never breastfeed again. I have a little time, but still...
Your baby is so cute! I like your blog and your photos. I'm into making things by hand as well, and sharing+saving. I like the way you write.
Thanks ladies! She is growing and changing so fast.Tara: ditto. I don't know if we will have another, though I dearly hope so. June is down to just breastfeeding at night and I will be so sad when it ends.
It is sad to stop nursing. After my c-section, breastfeeding made me feel like a competent woman. (Crazy, I know...)So when I stopped for the last time, last baby, I thought how much being able to nurse made me feel better about being a mom, with all my flaws and insecurities, and how it really was the beginning of "Act Two".
Christy,The feelings we have after labor are not crazy. I never wanted to have any interventions during my labor.With nursing I can always feel like a good mom, like my daughter is receiving good nutrition. I think that is a good thing.And I like how you phrase post-nursing as an Act Two.
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