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Tag Archives: breastfeeding
We have recently celebrated World Breastfeeding Week, which runs from the 1st to the 7th of August each year and is observed in over 170 countries. We are consistently told by health professionals and government agencies that exclusive breastfeeding until … 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
Arguably, the most useful thing to a breastfeeding family is support. In our culture, breastfeeding can be hard work and having a good support network can be vital to your success. But where does one find this imperative network of … Continue reading
Colostrum is the first milk your baby gets. Most women will start producing it a few weeks before their babies are born, but some don’t ever notice any leakage during pregnancy. Even if you don’t intend to breastfeed your baby … Continue reading
It is absolutely the most natural thing in the world, but that doesn’t mean it’s the easiest. Some mothers and babies find it very easy to nurse, but others struggle. There are many reasons for this; the main one being … Continue reading
The subject of how you choose to feed your baby is an emotive one, and one that is bound to fire up a few debates between friends. People tend to feel very strongly about the choices they make regarding infant … Continue reading