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Monthly Archives: July 2017

  1. Help! My Breasts Are Lopsided.

    Help! My Breasts Are Lopsided.
    When it comes to producing milk, it’s common to have one breast that is a better milk maker than the other. It’s no fun though, when one breast becomes much bigger than the other and your baby favors the ‘good’ side, perpetuating the extreme lopsided look.
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  2. 15 Things NEVER to Say to a Breastfeeding Mother (and how to respond if you cop these)

    15 Things  NEVER to Say to a Breastfeeding Mother  (and how to respond if you cop these)
    How you feed your baby is a hot trigger for unwanted comments from random strangers so maybe you can print this out and share as your own personal FAQ when they offer their unsolicited two cents worth.
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  3. Will a Bed-time Bottle Help Your Breastfed Baby Sleep?

    Will a Bed-time Bottle Help Your Breastfed Baby Sleep?
    How often have you been told, just give your breastfed baby a bottle of formula at bedtime to make him sleep? But really, does this work and what could be the trade-offs?
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  4. Does Your Baby Really Need Night Feeds?

    Does Your Baby Really Need Night Feeds?
    There is so much conflicting advice about when to stop night time breastfeeds: One book says, ‘when your baby weighs ten pounds he will no longer need night feeds’ (Three of my own babies wouldn’t have had night feeds from birth). Another says,’ your baby should sleep 12 hours without a feed at 12 weeks’ (try telling that to a baby who hasn’t read this book!).This advice is fairly extreme, but it’ s common to be told by a health professional, that your baby doesn’t need night feeds after four to six months. In reality, many babies DO need night feeds up to and beyond six months.
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