Because our sleep experience was a struggle, my goal is to share how to survive – to endure, to wait for healing, and to do everything in your power to encourage sleep. But more importantly, my goal is to empathize, and encourage parents that sleep does come, even if not right away.
Nursing a baby with silent reflux can be a challenge. If you’re nursing a hurting baby, I’m sharing my experience to encourage you that you’re not alone. The purpose of part two is to encourage moms and equip those who support moms nursing hurting babies with knowledge of how to help. These women need your support and help; nursing a hurting child […]
This is the second post in a series on Infant Silent Reflux. Before reading this, it will be helpful to read about Our Search For An Answer To Our Baby’s Cries, which explains what Silent Reflux is, and our path to diagnosis. The only thing I’ll repeat from the previous post is this – Let me be clear: This article is […]
I think it’s time to do a little series on our experiences with infant and toddler reflux (GERD). I’ve been shocked over the past few years by the number of people who have asked questions about our experience with our son and daughter. I rarely go more than a month without reflux coming up in a conversation, […]