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  1. Emily DeJeu says

    @ Pamela — thanks for this kind feedback! Glad to know this site is helping you know what’s (likely) in store when you are a mom. 🙂

  2. Pamela says

    Though am not a nursing mother neither am I married but subscribing to this really gives me more ideas as to what to expect in future.wants to congratulate you for your good work done.

  3. Emily DeJeu says

    @ desire — glad the article was able to help you figure out your baby’s sleeplessness! Thanks for commenting 🙂

  4. desire says

    This so nice, i have been wondering why my baby has not been sleeping for the last 2 weeks, bt true my periods ended on sunday then Tuesday she slept th whole nite up to 7am.
    But for those 2 weeks i lost weight becoz ov sleepless nites.
    Thanks

  5. Emily DeJeu says

    @ Nicholas john — glad you found the article helpful! Thanks for commenting.

  6. Nicholas john says

    I like this site It tough me a lot of things which i won’t on my own know them, and impact those things to my wife and with the help of god, my baby is strong every day.

  7. Emily DeJeu says

    @ Sarah — Glad we could chime in at just the right time! 😉 Hope the supplement works for you. Good luck!

  8. Sarah says

    Such a coincidence that you just posted this article – I got my period a few days ago and this might explain why my daughter has been attached at the boob for the past week. I will definitely look into taking supplements next month. Yeah, and PMS and looking after a toddler is not a good combination!! Thanks for the timely advice!

  9. Emily DeJeu says

    @ Kathy Sembecos — Glad this article helped you make sense of that experience (although it sounds like it might’ve come a few years too late!) Hindsight is 20/20, they say… 🙂

    Thanks for commenting, Kathy!

  10. Kathy Sembecos says

    I wish I had come across this article a couple of years ago. My son never drank enough breastmilk and I was unfortunate enough to have a period right from the get-go and nobody could explain why this was the case for me. My period started 2 days after the post-partum bleeding ended. Every month around my cycle I noticed he wouldn’t nurse as much and that something was bothering him but I had no idea what to do about it. He also never slept much and was up every 1 1/2 -3 hrs right up until he was 8 months old. At least it all makes sense now.