Sunday, 8 May 2011

Silent Sunday...


Silent Sunday

12 comments:

would like to be a yummy mummy said...

hee hee, you have been busy :-)

Mrs E said...

I know! ;) x

ChocOrange said...

Love it, you milk machine you!!

Planning a big night out? ;)

..:.lab.:.. said...

If this is related to your tweet earlier in the week about the fridge door then :( If this is your new stash then :) Whichever it is I know how much work is involved so well done! Lx

Mummy and the Beastie said...

Hell that's an awful lot of pumpin! Bet that kept Mads going! :-) xx

honiebuk said...

Milk Marketing at it's best! lol

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mumsarcade said...

In awe!
My try is over at http://gigglingatitall.blogspot.com

dawniebrown said...

I know just how hard it can be to get that much expressed :)

SAHMlovingit said...

Hahaha! After just reading your latest post I take it this is the alcohol infused breast milk? ;)

Liska said...

Is SAMH right?
I can't help feeling sad when I see this as I combination feed and only because I don't produce enough milk so Aaron gets 2 oz from me followed by 6 oz (normally 5oz) from the bottle.

So sad about it I haven't even done a blog post about it :-(

But to make up for it he is 11 months tomorrow and I am still stubbornly breastfeeding.

I've never got on well with expressing, but that isn't the reason my milk is low.

Liska x

Mrs E said...

Liska I think more than anything you should be incredibly proud you have managed to keep going for 11 months. That is brilliant. I am thinking of stopping when she gets to six months, will have to see how I get on. That is wonderful that you are still persevering. xx
And P.S no it wasn't alcohol infused milk but the milk ready to feed her while Mummy was away drinking!! The alcohol milk went straight down the drain- depressing to say the least! x

Lauren "Real Housewife" said...

I've only just seen this one as I took a break from Silent Sunday last week.
Love it A LOT!
Well done you!!
I didn't keep on top of expressing when I was feeding Charles. Mainly because he wouldn't take it out of a bottle and it seemed pointless to put it in his breakfast (we used water instead which he liked or I would just hand express straight into his breakfast bowl)
I'm hoping to express more this time. I fed Charles until he was 18 months and we had to stop really because of my low supply due to pregnancy, if not I expect we'd still be going....I always said I was going to stop at 6 months ;-) xx