Category Archives: Breastfeeding

Women often focus most of their planning on the birth itself, not anticipating the intensity of the learning curve when it comes to breastfeeding. They often assume that this part will come naturally, and can feel surprised or upset if it doesn't. If I could stress anything, it is to be gentle with yourself. We

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It's not everyday that my little world of natural childbirth, homebirthing and breastfeeding mamas makes it to headline news. But every now and then, there seems to be a token celebrity either boasting of her scheduled c-section or, ironically, of her natural childbirth. Now, on one hand, it's pretty silly to take the words of

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Choosing to breastfeed is one of the most beneficial decisions a new mother can make for her baby, herself, and even her family. Breastmilk is the most perfect infant food, sustaining the baby's health and nourishment single-handedly for the first six months of life. The physical and emotional benefits remain with the baby throughout his life.

Breastfeeding is also the best way for mom to help her post-pregnancy body and mind. The breastfeeding relationship is beneficial to her health, her parenting, and her baby. The family unit benefits from breastfeeding as well.

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Nursing is the best way to feed your baby, and the benefits you will both get from this relationship are numerous! But if you think breastfeeding is a piece of cake, don't be discouraged when it proves to be harder than it looks. Educate yourself ahead of time by reading books and talking to other nursing moms. Here are just a few pointers to get you started in the right direction-

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If I had a penny for every time I heard a woman with a new baby say that she didn't have enough milk to breastfeed, or that the baby was too demanding and she couldn't keep up, I'd be rich. Now I'm not saying this is the woman's fault necessarily. We have come to birth

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