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11-19-2008, 01:15 PM
Hey I was wondering if anyone on here knew how long it takes to get the raw baby book from Gilbert? I bought it 3 days ago on PayPal and the money is still sitting there unclaimed. :confused:
11-19-2008, 01:19 PM
where did you pay for it? her email addy has changed. let me hook you up.
go to her blog to get the proper payment info:
11-19-2008, 02:11 PM
Aleesha, is this the same Melissa Gilbert from little house on the prairie? Are you her sister?
11-19-2008, 03:35 PM
Lol. That's a reasonable question but it did crack me up.
11-19-2008, 03:57 PM
Hey Aleesha I got the ebook Thank You so much! I have a question though. She talks alot about nut milk. My son is almost 9 months old. Is it o.k. to give him nut milk? I breast feed 100% of the time now and do not want to give him formula whatsoever. I'm going to school in 2 weeks full time and working full time and can't seem to pump enough milk for him while he is at sitters. Are all these recipes good for 12 month and older kids or can I give my 9 month old this stuff as well?
And if any one knows the secret on how to produce tons of breast milk, that would be great.:) I need to pump him 40 oz for the day. That's a 11 hour day at the sitters
11-19-2008, 07:22 PM
No she isn't Melissa Gilbert from little grass shack on the flats (as my family loving referred to the show LOL) She is the columnist from my magazine and my soul-sister.
I've sent her a link to this thread so she can answer your questions... feel free to contact her directly as well as you should have her email addy from her sending you the book! :)
11-19-2008, 11:26 PM
Hi Kodi's Mommy,
Kellymom.com would also be a fantastic source of info re: working and pumping and all things breasfeeding related! I am a breastfeeding mom [all breastmilk, no supplementation ever] and certified lactation counselor who was working full time plus until very recently, and used their info on many occasions.
Also, of course is Jinjee's ebook and La Leche League can offer enormous help as well.
Fenugreek and Blessed Thistle are two of the herbs know to assist with "milk making" and are readily available at local health food stores. Also, making sure that you are REALLY well hydrated and eating lots of GREENS :)
peace & blessings,
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