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Lil Tip: Night Feeding Accessories

When my baby starts to crow for that 4 a.m. milk meal, I practically sleepwalk down the hall occasionally stumbling over a pair of shoes or random toy. That's why my mini oasis in the baby's room helps comfort me through the wee morning feedings. To see what I keep in my artillery,

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  • Before I even get to baby's room, I bring my cell phone with me to light the way and keep track of time
  • A full glass of water to keep me hydrated
  • Lip balm
  • A blanket to keep my legs warm

All of these things make awaking from my slumber a tad more pleasant.
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LuvLeoDiCaprio LuvLeoDiCaprio 7 years
These are all good tips !
LuvLeoDiCaprio LuvLeoDiCaprio 7 years
These are all good tips !
meandtheo meandtheo 7 years
until my daughter was about 3 months old i left a very dim lamp on in her room overnight...and left her door open so i would be able to see what i was doing/where i was going. the other thing i needed was a wrap to go over my shoulders, it kept me warm but i was still able to nurse without anything getting in the way.
mstrauss mstrauss 7 years
Funny, I also used my cell phone to light my way. I actually kept my rocking chair in the living room so that I could watch TV while I fed my son. Before I went to sleep, I actually left a water bottle and the TV remote on a small table next to the chair so that it was always ready for me.
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