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Category Archives: Breastfeeding Tips
Breastfeeding will be painful at least during the first month. Take any movie for instance, after the baby is born, we see the mother holding her just born baby in hand like a Madonna with a serene expression and an … Continue reading
They are not called double trouble for nothing! Congratulations! You have given birth to twins. Now you will have to quickly learn to do two things at the same time. Both babies will probably want to feed, cry or cuddle … Continue reading
Breast milk is the best baby food that God has created for your precious little one. It is an indisputable fact that breastfeeding can nurture your baby 100 times better than any formula drink. But in some cases women are … Continue reading
It is a fact that babies change many things in your life. Right from your schedule, your clothes, your food, sleeping pattern and what more even your brassiere. If you have a whole wardrobe of sexy lingerie, then this is … Continue reading
What Is It? Thrush is a very, very common problem for women. It is caused by an organism found naturally in the body called Candida. When the level of Candida is out of balance in the body, it usually results … Continue reading
So; we’ve talked about pumping your milk. Now you need to know how to store it safely so your baby can drink it later. How Long Can I Store It For? Firstly, you will need to know how cold your … Continue reading
A nursing strike is when a baby refuses to nurse for a certain period of time. It can last a few days, or in extreme cases a few weeks. Often, a nursing strike is mistaken for self-weaning. You can be … Continue reading
Expressing your milk is something you may wish to consider if you plan to go back to work or otherwise share feeding duties with somebody else. It’s not something that you have to do — a lot of women are … Continue reading
You may think that it’s impossible to have a successful breastfeeding relationship whilst having a career; it’s harder, yes, but certainly not impossible. If you have chosen to return to work and continue breastfeeding, there are a few things to … Continue reading