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Babies can certainly be fussy little creatures at times. Whether you’re attempting to change them, feed them, or put them down to sleep at night, sometimes a child is simply not ready for the task at hand. When your baby refuses feeding time, eventually something has to be done to make sure they get the nourishment they need. Here are some helpful hints for when your child refuses a bottle: Encouragement Try to use encouraging communication with your baby when it comes time to offer up the bottle. A combination...

Even if you have vowed to exclusively feed your baby breast milk, you might have to offer a bottle at some point. Perhaps you’re going back to work, so you pump during the day to supply baby’s caregiver. Or maybe you just want to sleep more than two hours at a time, so you pump during the day so dad can take a shift at night.Introducing the bottle to a breastfed baby can be tricky. Sucking a bottle takes a different motion than sucking a breast. You don’t want baby...

Breastfeeding is one of the most beautiful acts a woman can perform, as it strengthens the bond between mother and child and it provides all the necessary nutrients baby needs to develop into a healthy child. By making the choice to breastfeed, moms are securing a healthy future for baby, and a healthier future for themselves. Moms can also greatly benefit from breastfeeding baby, which adds to the lengthy list of reasons to breastfeed. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that mothers breastfeed their infants exclusively for at least the...

While I think the trend in our culture is turning back to breastfeeding, there’s still work to be done. We can’t outright force women to nurse (as that certainly wouldn’t be right), but we can work to change the perception of breastfeeding and educate women to its benefits. Here are some ways you can be a breastfeeding advocate. 1. Bring it up without judging This is a fine line you have to walk, but it’s tremendously important. It’s alright to express your preference for nursing to others, just be careful that...

Breastfeeding while returning to work can be a challenging experience for moms. If you thought breastfeeding your little one was a tough job, it's about to get tougher. But always keep in mind that you're doing this for your little one. It's not impossible to pump at work, but you'll need some guidance. Use these tips. 1. Create a nursing wardrobe. You’ll need some clothes that facilitate comfortable, easy nursing while at work. Choose loose items, usually two-piece outfits that give you access to your breasts. Dresses will be restrictive. I’ve...

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