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  • Forum Post: c-section recovery

    Posted 10/10/2010 10:00:10 EDT

    In Response to c-section recovery: I was able to the day I came home from the hospital.  I asked all of my girlfriends who have had c-sections and saw recovery times that went from 1 week to 13 weeks. more »

  • Forum Post: Mother's Clubs?

    Posted 06/07/2010 04:47:17 EDT

    You might want to try meetup.com.  There are a few really cool, low key, groups on there.  Everything from weekly events to monthly mommy dinners.  more »

  • Forum Post: Cloth Diapers

    Posted 05/26/2010 04:14:38 EDT

    I feel like a semi pro when it comes to cloth diapers.  My 3 month old has been using them since I brought him home from the hospital.  I immediately rinse the diaper out and let it air dry before I a more »

  • Forum Post: Natural Childbirth Class and Lamaze

    Posted 05/06/2010 04:54:15 EDT

    Instead of lamaze I recommend hypnobirthing, I tried it and totally loved the class.  It made a huge difference in my pain tolerance. more »

  • Forum Post: Choosing day care - questions to ask

    Posted 05/06/2010 04:52:35 EDT

    I have THE BEST home daycare provider in West Newton.  I just recently went back to work, I couldn't afford $8 - $10 an hour for my son.  I stumbled upon her and thought it was too good to be true.  S more »

  • Forum Post: Newborns & Cats

    Posted 01/28/2010 12:09:30 EST

    This is all very helpful.  I think my anxiety is partially new mother nerves.  Just reading your stories and advice has calmed my fears. more »

  • Forum Post: Newborns & Cats

    Posted 01/25/2010 01:40:27 EST

    I have 2 cats that are 12 years old.  I am concerned that there will be "issues" when my lil guy is brought home from the hospital.  I've heard the dreaded stories of the cat smothering the baby or ca more »

  • Forum Post: Post Maternity job problems... HELP

    Posted 01/25/2010 01:37:08 EST

    You have to give your employer 2 weeks notice before you go on maternity leave, stating your intentional plans, otherwise you will not be protected under the Massachusetts Maternity Leave Act.  more »

  • Forum Post: January Updates

    Posted 01/21/2010 11:52:02 EST

    I get the non-stress test done weekly because I have gestational diabetes.  This simple, painless procedure is done to evaluate your baby's condition. During the test, your healthcare practitioner or more »

  • Forum Post: Post Maternity job problems... HELP

    Posted 01/21/2010 11:18:42 EST

    It sounds like a very difficult situation but one that many new mom's find themselves in.  The basic requirements for collecting unemployment in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts are: 1.  You must hav more »

  • Forum Post: Swollen/Sore Fingers

    Posted 01/20/2010 03:48:15 EST

    My feet are fine, just a little bit of swelling on some days (generally after I've been on them all day).  I am sure it is carpal tunnel, probably from typing and clicking a mouse all day long.  I wil more »

  • Forum Post: Swollen/Sore Fingers

    Posted 01/20/2010 12:20:23 EST

    I am 35 weeks and in the last week or so have been waking up with stiff/sore fingers.  Within minutes of waking, if I curl my fingers a few times the stiffness goes away and generally by early morning more »

  • Forum Post: Breast pump plans?

    Posted 01/13/2010 12:38:26 EST

    Check with your health insurance provider to see if they cover breast pumps.  Many insurance companys do and all you have to do is get a prescription from your ob.  :) more »

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