2009年5月2日土曜日

卒乳2日目

2日目は、水族館に行った日だったから
えりさもたくさん歩いたし、遊んだから
家について夕ご飯を食べて、お風呂に入ったら
もう、眠そうでした。

リビングでテレビを見ながら、ダディとスープと
マミィと少し遊んだら、”ねんね”と”おっぱい”のサインを
し始めたので、パパに二階に連れて行ってもらいました。

連れて行くときに少し、“ママー”と言って愚図って
いたけど、部屋に着いた時にはモニターから
何も聞こえて来ませんでした。

5分もしないうちに、ダディがリビングに戻ってきました。

やっぱり、とっても疲れていたんだね。
えりさも、ダディも辛い思いをせずに済んで
良かった、良かった。

2日目も無事成功。
この夜も3時ぐらいに1回起きたけど
とんとん、と背中を叩いてあげると
また、寝て行きました。

おっぱいをあげてないので、マミィのおっぱいが
大変な事になってきました。(痛いよー!!)
どうすればいいの〜?病院に行って、相談した方が
いいのでしょうか。

it's the second day since we stopped nursing elly.
she's been handling it pretty well.

we took her to the aquarium today, and she walked a lot so
i was sure she was pretty tired.

we came back home, had dinner, and gave her a bath.
after a bath, we all were watching TV, reading some books to elly,
playing with a ball...just having a nice family time, then she got
really tired, and came to me signing "night night" and "breast milk".
it was time for her to go to bed, and daddy took her to upstairs.

she cried a bit as they were leaving the living room, but i didn't hear
her crying anymore when they got to the bed room through the monitor.

after 5 minutes or so, daddy came back to the living room.
wow! that was quick. she must've been really tired.
good that she or daddy didn't have to go through rough time. it's just so
tough listening elly crying so hard.

anyway, the 2nd day was another success! good job!



今日も遊びに来てくれて、ありがとう〜!


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2 件のコメント:

maggie さんのコメント...

you can use breast pump to pump your milk out??? do they sell that kind of stuff in japan? i bought one thinking that will be convenient but didn't get much use since kai was formula fed :P

ゆき さんのコメント...

>maggie
yes, i actually own one of those pump stuff. but i don't really like that. i had to use it when i got hospitalized for gallbladder when ellyssa was 3 month old. anyway, yeah, i guess i could use it for release the pain. :)
but now it's getting much better. most of all, ellyssa is handling it better than i thought, so i'm proud of her!
thanks for the advice!