Well, Katy is a wonderful baby. I am so lucky she doesn't have colic or anything like that. She's been having some issues with gas, but it's getting better after changing up her formula a bit and adding some gas drops and keeping her on her tummy more after eating, etc. She's gained some weight and is now 7 lbs 2 oz. The gas is making her upset and she's up a lot at night and some during the day with it, but hopefully it gets better. I'm tired, naturally, but honestly cannot complain since she's so amazing.
The only other issue and this has nothing to do with her, is breastfeeding. I had a massive reduction back in 2002, where 12 lbs of tissue were removed. I was a size II and they brought me down to a D. I always knew I would struggle and sure enough I am. I am taking supplements and pumping regularly. Nursing didn't work out because I wasn't producing enough, she had issues latching, and then she wasn't even being rewarded once she did latch, so I spent all day trying to nurse and her screaming and it turned into a negative time for us both when I just wanted to bond with her, so bottle feeding and pumping has worked best. I currently pump about 3 oz a day. This is nothing, 3 oz is about one feeding for her. So I pump all day long and it's gone in one feeding, which we usually do at night. I'm continuing with the supplements and hoping it gets better, but some milk is better than none.
My post op appt with my OB is on 1/16 and at that appt I'll talk to him about the fact that I want to TTC as soon as it's safe to do so. I'm not very confident in a natural or quick BFP, but I plan on trying. I'll probably blog more about that once I start. The plan is to go back to the RE mid to late summer if no BFP so I can do medicated treatments again.