"He would wake after two hours of being in the crib, though he had been sleeping longer stretches while in our bed. I attributed it to him realizing it was a different sleeping environment. Once he would cry, I would put him back in our bed for the rest of the night. I tried it again the next night and the same thing happened. So, we gave up the crib for a while."
Seeing the phrase “MY CBAC” in print can occasionally have the power to be painfully debilitating. I so strongly yearned for a VBAC. Yet, when I search deeply into my own psyche, I am confronted with the fact that I got everything I wanted for my baby out of my CBAC.
Before my daughter was born, my husband made a comment about it not being necessary to put babies in diapers. I didn't put too much stock in it at the time, but the idea was intriguing and after a while we started looking into it more. We discovered there was an approach to infant elimination called elimination communication.
VBACs. As much as we talk about them, it can seem that no one you know has successfully had one and so far too many questions are left unanswered. Well, here you are. Kristin from One Organic Mama has shared her VBAC story with us for anyone who wants to know more!
You know what it's like to have a baby that spits up. But what about when that "spitting up" becomes something much more severe? Too many people have false perceptions about reflux and hopefully this story can help others understand what it means to have a baby with reflux.