The first time I noticed signs of thrush, my daughter was just two weeks old. I tried to assume the cracking was just normal, but the symptoms exceeded. It turns out we were suffering from thrush infection.
If there is one thing that you should know before you begin breastfeeding your baby, it is this- every mother’s breastfeeding journey is different. You know what works well for you and your baby. That is all that matters!
A road trip is not only a fun vacation in and of itself but it’s also prized for the scenery, sights, and spending quality time with loved ones. Traveling with a baby can be stressful and challenging, especially if you’re a breastfeeding mom — but your road trip can still be easy and fun if you plan ahead.
Some mothers feel guilty for not breastfeeding. With campaigns like "breast is best" everywhere, the pressure presses in even further. If you can’t breastfeed for any reason, this article is here to support you!
Giving birth to a baby is one of the most wonderful experiences of life. Right from the early stages of pregnancy, you will receive lots of advice from friends, family, and strangers. Breastfeeding is no different.
In part one of Breastfeeding and Special Needs, we covered how infants are naturally drawn to breastfeeding no matter the circumstances of how they were born. We'll now go over the challenges and solutions to breastfeeding a special needs baby.
Are you currently on maternity leave and planning to return to work? If so, you are probably concerned about how and where to breastfeed your baby while you're in the office. With these breastfeeding guidelines, you can achieve a happy work-life balance.
All newborns need their mother’s loving touch and nurturing support. Infants are born with an instinctive nature to find moms breast and feed, but not every child is the same. Infants are all unique and some babies will need some extra help with feeding.