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Monthly Archives: August 2012
I got a text from one of my friends today about her son, who recently started solid foods, being constipated. She wanted some advice about what worked for me when my daughter went through the same thing; hence the motivation … Continue reading
When I say two of everything I am not necessarily referring to the need for two of everything because I have two girls (although I am sure that point will come!), but rather an organizational idea I use for stocking … Continue reading
Aw, the joys of pumping. Not exactly. I have yet to hear any breastfeeding mother say, “I love pumping.” In fact, it is the bane of my existence. Despite this, it does provide my baby with nourishment (from me) in … Continue reading
So many books, doctors, and advice columns warn of the problems of nipple confusion, and highly recommend that you have breastfeeding well established before offering other suckling objects. While I do agree that it is important to establish sound breastfeeding … Continue reading
First you get comfortable nursing and then you have to do it in public, or with guests around! A whole new thing to learn. I loved my nursing cover for those moments. A good one that is large enough and … Continue reading
First of all, breastfeeding is very individual. Every mommy, every baby is different. You can have very different breastfeeding experiences with each child. Kuddos for attempting to breastfeed! Second, I am not a lactation consultant, I am just offering what … Continue reading