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Monthly Archives: January 2019

  1. Breastfeeding When You Are Pregnant - How Safe Is It?

    Breastfeeding When You Are Pregnant - How Safe Is It?
    Sophie has just found out she’s pregnant. She’s excited but anxious. You see, she’s still breastfeeding her 14 month old, Mia, and she isn’t ready to wean. However, she’s concerned about how breastfeeding will affect her pregnancy and her unborn baby.
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  2. Holidaying With Kids And a Breastfed Baby ....... Emily's expectations versus reality

    Holidaying With Kids And a Breastfed Baby ....... Emily's expectations versus reality

    Holidaying with kids is…how can I put this? It’s…well, let’s just say it’s different to previous holidays you may have taken with friends or as a couple without kids. And by different, I mean, you may feel like you need a holiday to recover from the ‘holiday’ you just had. Add a breastfed baby into the mix and it’s a whole new ball game where your expectations may be quite different to what really happens!

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  3. Relactation and Induced Lactation, 3 Mums Share Their Journeys

    Relactation and Induced Lactation, 3 Mums Share Their Journeys
    Here, three mums share their journeys of bringing in milk to breastfeed their babies: one who brought back her milk after medical weaning; one who brought in her milk to breastfeed a foster baby and a mum who induced a milk supply without a pregnancy so she could share breastfeeding when her partner birthed their baby.
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  4. Relactation and Induced Lactation - How You Can Build Your Milk Supply to Breastfeed Your Baby

    Relactation and Induced Lactation - How You Can Build Your Milk Supply  to Breastfeed Your Baby
    It is possible to introduce or reintroduce your baby to the breast when breastfeeding was not established from birth, or if you and your baby have had a break from breastfeeding. In fact, our bodies are so amazing that even if a woman did not give birth to her baby, it is possible for her to breastfeed an adopted child or a child born to a surrogate mother.
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  5. Someone to Mother YOU - Stop Putting Yourself Last!

    Someone to Mother YOU - Stop Putting Yourself Last!
    I see many women ( both new and experienced mothers) who set themselves extreme standards of nurturing and housework yet completely neglect their own well-being. It seems to be a reflection of the expectation (either external or self-imposed) that now you have a child, you don’t matter. Of course a helpless baby needs to have his needs met but a hungry mum, affected by low blood sugar and exhaustion isn’t up to making good decisions or meeting her baby’s needs
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