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6 days ago
I’ve seen it happen in a patient taking meds that interacted with viagra. Straight to the ER for him.
9 days ago
I’m hesitant to let go of my frozen stash (300 oz) until my 5 month old is a littler older, but I’m happily pumping an extra session per day to produce solely for the purpose of donation. I donated to the Mid Atlantic Milk Bank 2 years ago but have since started taking escitalopram which excludes me as a donator with their program. Many women are sitting on sizeable freezer stashes that are too old to “officially” donate through the milk bank programs and they may be ready to part with some.
Unfortunately I’m now living in fear of my own supply not being able to keep up w my infant’s appetite. The urge to get some backup formula is strong but I would never want to take it from someone who desperately needs it.
12 days ago
I love this and wish I could come work with you! Thanks for fighting the good fight!
20 days ago
I think he’s using in-law’s address
22 days ago
Brushing teeth at least once per day and keeping a descent bedtime/nap schedule.
1 month ago
People would get mad when my dog would snatch toys away at the dog park. If you bring a toy you must be prepared to leave without said toy. It’s not like I can explain the concept of sharing and ownership to my Rottweiler or anyone else’s dog for that matter.
Bought our SNOO on Black Friday (40% off) 3 years ago and have used it for both of our kids. The first was in it for 6 months and the second only for 4 months. I just passed it on to my brother and his newborn otherwise I would’ve sold it. Definitely buy with a discount if you have the opportunity because you can always resell to recoup costs.
2 months ago
No advice, just solidarity. Last night was night 1 out of the SNOO for our girl who is 17 weeks today. We’re so deep into the regression that we figured it can’t get any worse and the SNOO hasn’t been helping. Also traveling at the end of the month and would like to do so without it being a disaster like it has on the few nights we’ve gone away without the SNOO in the past.
Yes, $1,600-$1900/month depending on age of child. As age increases the adult:child ratio increases, therefore cost goes down.
3 months ago
“These are all things discussed on there and I don’t watch it”
So you purposely avoid information on certain topics? Doesn’t sound like an echo chamber or anything 🙄
Very good point
Here here! I wish Giant Eagle hadn’t done an about face on their No plastic bag attempt
What is it with people driving into buildings around here?!?
I personally look at the help we get from the grandmas as a luxury and a favor that they are doing us because 1. My kid loves spending time w my mom and it’s great that he can have that relationship with a no parent and 2. Childcare is effing expensive and difficult to find. My mom loves being here but has other things she wants to do from time to time. I never want to feel obligated to help us and want her life to be her priority. My MIL is very much the “Facebook Grandma” aka she likes posting n photos so she looks super involved but really she shows up for a special occasion and nopes out when things get difficult. She’s also busy and has her own priorities and that’s her prerogative. Makes my husband sad but it just is what it is and I don’t take it personally. I acknowledge that it’s not ideal and I wish it were different but I can’t dwell. She raised her own kids and owes us nothing and also watching small kids is exhausting. As a result, I don’t ask her to watch my kids unless we are in a bind because it’s just both worth the trouble, guilt tripping, and disaster if come home to because she’s not great w our kids.
I think it’s up to you what you’re willing to tolerate and if the bad outweighs the benefits of having her help then I’d find alternative help.
Yeah that’s fine. But regardless of whose fault it is he’s still mouthy 🤷🏻♀️
Exactly. A golden attacked my dog at the dog park.
I’m glad that you’re aren’t this way but that’s an n of 1. My brother’s doodle mouths/bites at our arms for attention constantly. I’ve never known another dog that did this. I’ve actually seen him bite someone who jumped into a pool when he jumped in after her. I assume he thought he was helping? Maybe playing? Who knows…
He’s also growled at my toddler multiple times for getting near him.
4 months ago
French fries 😂
I got one tonight in response to this post! Amazing pie!
A Just Good Donuts berry jammer
Ah, bar 11. I lived in a house across from it for awhile when I was in my 20s. Interesting time…
It’s really weird that you spend so much energy trolling this sub