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Vanity Triumphs Over Breastfeeding, Study Says

A recent survey carried out by BabyChild.org.uk has found that a frightening amount of young women aged 18-25 would avoid breastfeeding out of fear of ruining the look of their breasts. Out of the women surveyed, all of which were … Continue reading

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Breastfeeding a Child With Teeth

A lot of mothers worry about the day their little one will cut their first teeth. Will they be in pain? Will they suffer much? Will they chew the living daylights out of my nipple?! I know several women personally … Continue reading

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Normalising Breastfeeding in the Western World

It is somewhat hard to understand at first glance why our modern society views breastfeeding as nothing but a slightly icky alternative to formula feeding. Breastfeeding your baby is free, easy once you know how, and it is the nutritionally … Continue reading

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Breastfeeding

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

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