The rules are as follows: go to page 7 of a WIP, skip to the 7th line, share 7 lines (or however much you want) and tag 7 more writers to continue the challenge.
So this isn’t the 7th page, the two things that I have in WIP don’t have that many pages. But I wanted to post something so here is a snippet from my latest drabble of First Time for Everything titled First Morning.
“I’m sorry, how can I acquit myself?” he asked before he smiled wickedly at her, the blanket falling to the side as he slid towards her. “Perhaps by warming you up?”
Knowing exactly what he had in mind, something she thought was a spectacular idea. Deciding to tease him, Caroline grabbed hold of the material now free of his grip to pull around herself. “There we go, warm and cozy.”
“Oh I think we can do better than that.” Klaus declared as he reached over and pulled her on top of him, her laughter echoing through his bedroom before turning into a gasp when she came into contact with a certain part of his anatomy that was very much awake. As gasp he swallowed as he covered her mouth with his.
Feeling his morning erection against her sparked the arousal that seemed to always be simmering whenever she was around Klaus, causing it to grow hotter. Caroline spread her legs to straddle him, grinding against him to fan the flames even more. Klaus groaned against her lips, his hands moving to grip her ass and guide her movements as they began to rut against each other, their kiss becoming more and more heated.
Breast feeding was a struggle for me. Especially after I found out about my problem. I talked about it in a new video on my Blog👉🏼Friedia.com 母乳あげるのに思った以上に大変だった。私の問題をビデオで話ししました。#YouTube #video #breastfeed #newmom #newborn #chat #lansinoh #madela #nippleshields #flatnipple
During my visit with the #diabeteseducator last week, I learnt how to express #colostrum.
Expressed colostrum can be stored in deep freeze for up to three months, and can be used to feed the newborn to stabilise its #bloodglucoselevels.
In mothers with #gestationaldiabetes, #breastmilk production (milk “coming in”) can be delayed. Expressing during #pregnancy after 34 weeks of completed gestation is a safe way to stimulate supply and to enable the milk to “come in” within the normal time frame.
#Breastfeeding in infancy is associated with reduced risk of baby developing Type 2 diabetes and has been shown to reduce the risk of the woman developing Type 2 diabetes. -Suen-
Gross I know but still… Everyone’s favourite tag line when it comes to dirty nappy changes so far has been, “Wait til he’s on solids!” In oh so sarcastic tones.
Are you nuts?! Since I’ve started weaning him on to solids it’s been so much easier to clean that (literal) shit! Quickest 3am dirty bum change to date! No hunting for leaks before starting and no risk of ninja smears on the changing mat!
Half the amount of wipes used too so it’s like, good for the environment or something…