Friday, September 09, 2005

A Silver Lining

My goal of this blog was always to be brutally honest, not hold back and to let it all out... for my benefit. With that said, I feel like lately (or all the time) all I do is bitch and complain about all the negative things going on.

Well today I am happy to say I have something positive. I am FINALLY able to get my wedding band back on. I've lost another 3 pounds. AND, this is the best one, after 8 long, grueling weeks we are finally breast feeding PAIN FREE. I never thought this day would come. We aren't doing anything differently, I guess it was something he just outgrew. Either that or my nerves have finally been severed and died and I just don't feel the pain anymore. Oh well, whatever works.

And thank God because if I had to deal with the diet restrictions and suffer in pain. You know I'd be opening up that can of formula faster than I could say "give me the damn ice cream."


Blogger Brandi said...

I am so happy that your breast feeding with no pain. One less thing to worry about :)

9:35 AM  
Blogger Melinda said...

It is so nice when the breast feeding no longer hurts! Now hopefully boyfriend can stop being allergic to everything so mama can get her grub on :)

9:41 AM  
Blogger dakotablueeyes said...

That's good to hear. I wanted to comment on the pics below the other day but for some reason the internet would not let me get the comment window up lol. I have to say that boy has the absolute cutest smile.

10:29 AM  
Anonymous Carol said...

That's terrific news! The pain-free nursing, that is :)

You've perservered through the roughest of times! Keep up the good work and keep on truckin', Mama!

11:20 AM  
Blogger littlefeet said...

that is so awesome!!!!


12:32 PM  
Blogger Veronica said...

oh yay for the pain free boobs... I hope when you go to the Dr's you get to find out exactly what he's allergic too. Looking at babies uncomfortable and not be able to say what hurts is so frustrating!! Poor little angel =(

1:11 PM  
Anonymous MJT said...

wife had some trouble but thankful she stuck with it.

admire her for that - and u2

1:53 PM  
Blogger fuzzypeach said...

Hooray for both those things!

1:57 PM  
Blogger World Of Wyld said...

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4:50 PM  
Blogger KELLI BELLY said...

So glad to hear! I knew you two would come to an agreement. Boy's, like men, are always jumping the gun and a little to aggressive with boobs.:0) Can't wait to see you guys. I'm going to let all the sickness in our house pass before I bring it your way:0)

10:53 PM  
Blogger rina said...

Yippee for tough nipples. It's crazy what your body can adjust to. sorry to hear about the diet your on. That totally sucks. they thought my son had a lactose allergy, but at 10 months he has had yogurt, icecream and even eggs with no reaction. The bowels just take getting used to functioning. I hope your guy is just going through growing pains.

11:10 PM  
Blogger Elaine said...

Happy dance for you, girly!

12:21 AM  
Blogger Cat said...

Congrats! :) Yay for happy little things!

8:51 AM  
Blogger Mrs. Flinger said...


11:52 AM  

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