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Thursday, March 12, 2020

Reality Star Bambam Complains About Lack Of Sleep And Painful Breastfeeding....

New Mum Bambam has what every first mum has and complains of.......lack of sleep and Sore and painful boobs from breastfeeding!

What she does not know yet is that in another one or two weeks,all the pain will vanish and she will begin to enjoy the process....#Godisawesome.

About the lack of sleep?You Kill sleep the day your baby arrives...LOL









51 comments:

  1. Sorry dear everything will be alright

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  2. God bless me with my rainbow baby, i will forever worship you, give me that testimony that will sound like a lie in this year 2020 , bless me and hubby with twins, stella can you please do a post on going to conceive parents , it will go a very long way , pleaseeeeeee....

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    1. God will surely grant your heart desires

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    2. Hi
      I am also trying to conceive, have you had tests done?

      Yes Mama stella, please do a TTC post to enable other moms share what worked for them while they were trying to conceive.

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    3. From your lips to God's ears.

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    4. Yes Stella. Let’s have a a post on GTC journey. It’s been tough. Last night no sleep, was thinking all through the night and asking God why me.

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    5. Ya Allah pls bless my womb and everyone trying to conceive.its not easy abeg.been trying for 6 yrs am just tired.its emotional and financially draining. ..

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    6. May God bless all you TTC women. I can only imagine the emotional and financial strain/trauma. God never fails , he will grant you all the desires of your heart and make up for seemingly lost years in Jesus mighty name. Amen.

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    7. Amen to y'all prayers. Yours is on the way. This year is your year, just believe.

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  3. Chai! Pele Bambam. Hopefully it will get better.

    Me that doesnt joke with night sleep cos I dont know how to sleep in the day time, how will I be able to cope when the time comes?

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    1. No matter what, you will always adjust because baby gotta feed.
      Bammy, sorry ehn, breastfeeding will become less painful, Just a matter of time.

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    2. Pele my dear, enjoy this journey. Try to sleep when the baby is asleep or express and give Teddy A to feed her while you catch some sleep

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    3. It comes naturally, body go tell you when you didn’t sleep for days you will adjust

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    4. Your body will adjust. My body started adjusting while I was pregnant. I never joked with my sleep but for the past two months I’ve adjusted well

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    5. Anon 13:18; are you me? I haven't had a good sleep in weeks now, on some days I get 3hrs of sleep and still have to go to work all day, yet I haven't collapsed. I just see it as a way of my body preparing for the coming sleep deprivation.

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  4. You will get use to it, it's like that in the beginning.

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  5. LoL. Who told you new babies sleep at night, after all both of you didn't sleep when making your baby. Let me give you a tip remember to thank me later.If your mum or his is around feign a blinding headache or stomach pain and get them take watch over your baby some nights. Don't over do it oo, my mum later got wiser.

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  6. That's motherhood for you by six months time, you would have forgotten all the pains and start yearning for another baby.

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  7. Preparing my mind ahead. But my mom will help hold the baby at night while I enjoy my sleep.

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  8. Welcome to motherhood 😁😁😁😁
    Your child's needs comes first about every other.

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    1. 😁😁😁😁 She's only just begun breastfeeding etc. But it's a beautiful feeling being a mum.

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  9. Sori bambam

    With time u will definitely get use to the sleepless nights.

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  10. I only had 5hours of sleep in 24hours for 2 months...its well with you bambam,you will fit in soon.

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  11. Pelee Bambam. You'll be fine and you'll love it all.

    Congrats to you and your hubby.

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  12. That nipple pain dealt with me, I do hv heart attack when its tym to breastfeed my baby then,to think I forgot about all these pain and was spreading my legs anyhow for hubby to enter d place, now I am on another 9 months jounery.

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  13. Everything you carry it to the internet. Did we impregnate you?

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    1. Take some of meπŸ˜‚

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    2. Anonymous, two spoons of honey will sweeten your life.

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  14. Enjoy motherhood. That is the price we all paid for it.

    The seed of the woman will bruise the head of the serpent. So please enjoy this as it is every woman's portion

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    1. The work of Christ on the cross negated the curse please. Bible no be biology.

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  15. the nipples are sore because you are not allowing your baby latch properly. ensure that the breast around the areola is in his mouth and not the nipple. i had the same problem while nursing my first baby. for the sleep pattern, thats what we cal motherhood. ensure that you sleep while the baby is sleeping, cut down visitors and let them know the time that you will be expecting them. if the baby is well fed and ok, she will sleep for longer period of time but if she is not getting enough milk, she will be sleeping for very short intervals and that can be annoying and tiring. pele, ku oro omo.

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  16. You will be alright. There is this beautiful thing I like about breastfeeding babies. Sometimes they look you straight in the eyes while you are feeding them. Enjoy the moment. Hmmm, there comes a time when she will be biting your nipples. Lol

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  17. I remember when I started breastfeeding whenever LO cried I panicked it was painful πŸ˜–

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  18. Very painful in the first few weeks. Later you won't feel a thing anymore except when she grows teeth. As for the sleep thing, that is what we signed for. Up till now, I mean years after giving birth, I sleep less than six hours everyday. Motherhood distorted my sleep pattern

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  19. Sorry dear. Give it some weeks more from now and you would be fine. As for the sleeping pattern, try to catch some sleep whenever baby is sleeping.

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  20. The journey ain’t easy. In my 1st trimester and I can’t seem to hold anything I cook down so have opted to eating out and also on medication that controls nausea. Aside the nausea, metallic taste in thΓ© mouth and tiredness once in a while, I’m good and don’t remember. But meeeeeeen, I’m already tired πŸ˜“.

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    1. 9 months gestation is a long one...you will be fine dear..one day at a time. It was horrible for me too but I went on more journeys even after the first.

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    2. Appreciate the words of encouragement 😌.

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  21. Stella you are so right...You kill sleep the day your baby arrives..hahahaha. That is what I tell every new couple, to enjoy their freedom as much as they can cos wen the babies start to come....hmmm. We give glory to God for the joyful sorrows we go through as mothers.

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  22. Congratulations BamTeddy, motherhood rock.

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  23. When i had my first baby his first two months was rough for me.My son wasn't sleeping at night and he always cries loudly.One of my neighbours then was always pitying me whenever she sees me.
    My second baby knew my condition then.I made she sure i fed her in night by 11pm or 12am in the night,she will sleep till 3 or 4 am.Then i will breast feed her.She will sleep again till 8am.The sweetest thing then she never cried at night,she always did blabbing sound whenever she wakes up

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  24. With all l have gone through, if l live to become a Biological mother to my own children, l will forever tremble at his presence, God Almighty.

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  25. The story of my life....its past 12am this boy has refused to sleep. Motherhood is a call πŸ˜‡πŸ˜‡

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