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But the weirdest part of it all was the sheer frequency, seemingly bottomless depth of my child’s hunger. She would go for hours – 10 minutes on, 10 to 20 minutes off – her only sleep. The Disney Plus app just launched, and my daughter settled on my Boppy pillow, my husband brought water, yogurt, and food I could eat with one hand, we explored the classics together. My favorite childhood classic, Aladdin’s upbeat songs and The Little Mermaid’s bright colors numb, for a bit, mental and physical pain. I went through the entire catalog in a matter of weeks, finding myself in the midst of deep cuts like The Fox and the Hound and The Great Mouse Detective. And she still wants more. In consultation with Google, I read article after article saying that babies should feed every three to four hours and that “cluster feedings” should not last more than a day at a time. Why is my daughter so hungry, so much more hungry than the others?
Before my daughter arrived, I thought I knew what was going to happen. I talked to my friends and mom, hearing stories about latch and tongue tie problems, blocked milk ducts, and cluster feeding. However, when it happened, it was very different than I expected. Just 15 minutes after my emergency cesarean section—after I almost lost my daughter—a nurse told me to feed her, reminding me that I should try as soon as possible. I’m a bunch of wires — IV and heart rate monitor — and I can barely sit up, much less steer a newborn to the right spot on my breast, but I’ve tried my best. During those first days, I fed my daughter with yellow colostrum. I’ve dealt with cracked nipples and awkward latches, reminders from lactation coaches that if it hurts I’m not doing it right and that pacifiers, bottles, or – gosh Oh – ban – formula milk – can ruin our “breastfeeding journey” before it even does. start properly. My milk came in four days after giving birth, but my nipples didn’t stop bleeding. One morning, my baby spit up blood. This triggered a frantic call to the pediatrician, who assured me this was normal. But if it’s so normal why wasn’t I told that my baby spitting up blood is not a cause for concern? If it’s so normal, why didn’t anyone talk about it until it happened?
Turns out she wasn’t. Digging into parenting blogs and forums, among late-night messages with women who are doing it or have done it before, I find authenticity. Round-the-clock feeding in the early days was actually quite common; anecdotes, at least. Even my pediatrician said her second baby did too, and the only thing that helped was finding a swaddle that would allow him to feed continuously. Woman after woman told me this three to four hour job was a dream, not a reality. So why doesn’t anyone really talk about it except in silent, mother-to-mother conversations—a web of whispers that seem to exist to free others from the weight of their sacrifice and pain. we? See, a newborn’s hunger isn’t just for food. It is for affection, for safety, for existence itself. Their mouth is right at your nipple but they suck more than milk. In the tender, painful, scary, heartbreaking, and heart-wrenching new days of being a new parent, it sometimes feels like this little being can swallow you up, not only can it get nourishment from it. milk but also your bone marrow—yours. your identity, your mind, your soul. And this, you have to do happily. Only in those days, I couldn’t. I tried, but there was little joy, only survival – for me, for her and our new little family. Eventually, round-the-clock breastfeeding slows down, as people say. We added a bottle of formula here and there (a recommendation from the aforementioned pediatrician after I burst into tears in her office). I have a good milking schedule, and my husband takes care of all the early morning meals, letting me make up until ten or eleven in the morning. About three months ago, my daughter and I discovered the magic of the side sleeping position. As a novelist who has written many chapters on his laptop in bed, I have always liked to make hard work easier by lying down. Nursing work turned into bonding, cuddling and something really pretty, all of which I was promised but it took so long to come.
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- Material Type: 35% Cotton – 65% Polyester
- Soft material feels great on your skin and very light
- Features pronounced sleeve cuffs, prominent waistband hem and kangaroo pocket fringes
- Taped neck and shoulders for comfort and style
- Print: Dye-sublimation printing, colors won’t fade or peel
- Wash Care: Recommendation Wash it by hand in below 30-degree water, hang to dry in shade, prohibit bleaching, Low Iron if Necessary
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