reports from the LLL that any pain means there is a bad latch. Either way, I am confident we will work it out.
So we all know input = output. Despite Eleanor's marathon eating there was very little output. We had plenty of wet diapers, but had yet to see any poo, including meconium. We were told that there was meconium present when I delivered Eleanor. There was no concern, because at 9 centimeters when my water was broken it was clear. This means she expelled meconium right at birth. But we were still expecting at least one or two more black diapers and never had one. This is how we know Eleanor truly is perfect. We have heard horror stories about meconium so we were thankful we never had to deal with it.Finally on Saturday afternoon Alex got to change her first poopy diaper and it was definitely a breast milk diaper. Since Saturday, we have had our fair share of diapers around here.