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Old 10-08-09, 06:52 PM
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MrsS1stbaby, thanks for the info. I will definitely check that out at Babies R Us. What section of the store are they in?

I haven't any drinks in a long time, but usually I still feel okay the next day (but it has been a while, so we shall see). But anyway, I am planning ahead, DH said he would take care of the baby if needed so that I can have a good time.
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Old 10-08-09, 11:46 PM
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Same area as the breastfeeding stuff (pumps, pads, nursing bras, etc.) They come in a box of 3 strips or like 10. I was skeptical at first and I think I used all 3 to test after 1 pumping, lol. But the 1t time it tested negative, there was no mistaking it!
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Old 10-15-09, 01:07 PM
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And I don't know about your household, but it wasn't just the milk I was worried about. If I drank too much & stayed out too late, I would want to sleep in & probably wouldn't feel 100% the next day and dd was still on her regular schedule, waking up at 7am or some god-awful hour! So, I usually opt for only a couple drinks anyways, unless Dh promises to get up her with.....which does not happen often, lol.
I second that!!!!
Babies never fail to wake up super early when you feel like crap. Of course you have to get up so seriously think about that before you have too many cocktails!!!
My Dh would drink as well so he was never any help, I had to be the responsible one. Ugh the joys of mommy hood!
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I dont think you will need a whole day it will be out of your system with in a 2-4 hours. But if your feeling hungover or sick the next day then you are most likely dehydrated from the alcohol and dehydration can lessen your supply so make sure to drink lots of water before during and after drinking.
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Old 10-16-09, 05:47 PM
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I second that!!!!
Babies never fail to wake up super early when you feel like crap. Of course you have to get up so seriously think about that before you have too many cocktails!!!
My Dh would drink as well so he was never any help, I had to be the responsible one. Ugh the joys of mommy hood!
I'm not worried about that, DH was going to take care of him for me, but when I mentioned to my stepmother that I was going out with my friend, she asked if she could watch him for the night. She hasn't gotten to spend as much time with him as she wanted because of MIL being in town for so long, so she wants to make up for it now. So I can just enjoy myself with no worries.
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