I am copying here what I wrote on our other thread:
"Earlier you were talking about breastfeeding etc. and since Elijah was at the nicu and mainly bottle fed (my breast milk though) he did latch on the hospital pretty well and stayed on for a half a feeding but when he came home he doesn't like my breast at all lol. He looks at me with this sour face when I try to give it to him, and he might latch on for a second to suck once but then he gets all upset about it. So I gotta figure out how to get him to prefer the breast.
So right now I am pumping and we are 90% bottle feeding him. He loves taking his bottles super fast, even with the slow flow nipple and then gets really gassy and spits up his food. We try to pace him but its like impossible! lol
Also about introducing him to our dogs, we just put him in his pack n play and the dogs could sniff his scent in the air but couldn't see him. We left them to get use to the new scent for a few hrs and then lifted them individually to see that there was a baby in the pack n play. That got them all excited and a little hyper and they kept circling the pack n play and eventually we put him in his rocker and they just came and sniffed his head and tried to lick him. We just paced them and now they just are very protective and careful around him, like they know he is fragile. Our cat though thinks he is a toy and everytime he moves tries to smack him! she just wants to play with him but is being a lil too rough!
I love my lil man so much, he has such beautiful big eyes that melt my heart and he is such a good baby! he has quite the amount of gas because he eats so fast that makes him cry but for a few seconds at a time. Being a mom is rough but so amazing!"
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