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Category Archives: Breastfeeding
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
Weaning from breast milk is a milestone for both the baby and the mother. Experts usually recommend that mothers breastfeed their babies for at least a year, while the World Health Organization recommends the same for two years. Weaning cannot … 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
“I Really Want to Breastfeed, but I don’t have Enough Breast milk…” Have you heard these all-too-common remarks by new moms? You may have heard alright. But is there really truth to this? Is it really possible that a pregnant … Continue reading
Having a balanced diet is very important during pregnancy, and it becomes even more crucial when you are breastfeeding. Some mothers find themselves dieting to shed all that fat they put on during pregnancy, while some eat anything and everything … Continue reading
The emotional benefits of breastfeeding are often overlooked in favour of the nutritional benefits. Unfortunately, in our culture, artificially feeding infants is the norm. And therefore, breastfeeding is also seen as just another option; another way of getting milk into … Continue reading
It’s not uncommon (in fact, to be honest, it’s very common) to hear people talk about how difficult breastfeeding can be. True, it can be somewhat difficult at times; at the beginning, when mother and baby are still learning to … Continue reading