for baby, and if you are physically able to, you should at least try. I didn’t always feel that way. When my sister-in-law had her oldest, I was
adamant I would never nurse. Obviously
my opinions changed (I’m sure my sister-in-law was happy to not hear me
spouting off against it!).
work. It hurts and it takes a long time
for baby and mama to be comfortable, especially if it is your first child.
I am hoping that it isn’t going to be nearly as difficult or hurt as
much. But, I am preparing for that,
any issues that I might have nursing.
Luckily I didn’t have any issues, but if I did, I would have been
and also I will be getting formula, just in case. Now, these are really for emergency
situations only, but if there is an issue, I want to be prepared.
that my milk supply will be sufficient?
I don’t. Or what if there are
complications? My husband has never had
to deal with the feeding side of babies, since I always handled it, but it is
silly to not be a little prepared.
well and nurse well. But, I want to make
sure that I am ready just in case.
nurse, and then had a lot of difficulty?
Did you think that you would bottle feed and then realize you wanted to
nurse after baby arrived? How did you
make your decision?