Breastfeeding Journey

Does my baby need cereal or water?

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Does my baby need cereal or water?

Breast milk alone will provide all the nutrition your baby needs. Giving the baby cereal may cause your baby to not want as much as breast milk.  This may result in decreasing in your milk supply.

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Working Mom Who Pump At Work | NursElet

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Working Mom Who Pump At Work | NursElet

Prepare as in finding a child care one month before you start to work. 3 weeks before stash up your breast milk. 2 weeks before have baby feel comfortable with bottle 1 week before you start work, test it out with your baby with caregiver and you away as if you are working. Just to know how your baby is doing and to know how much your baby eat without your breasts. Talk to your employer about the lactation room you need to pump for your baby. It’s best to take care of this matter before you start working than...

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Good news for parents. More men’s restrooms getting changing tables!

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Good news for parents. More men’s restrooms getting changing tables!

Pampers installing 5,000 diaper changing tables in men's restrooms.
Musician John Legend is lending his star power to the initiative.

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Chapter 7 Breastfeeding Holds | A First Time Mom's Guide to Motherhood | NursElet

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Chapter 7 Breastfeeding Holds | A First Time Mom's Guide to Motherhood | NursElet

Some mothers find that the following positions are helpful ways to get comfortable and support their babies in finding a good latch.

Many mothers use pillows under arms, elbows, neck or back to give added comfort and support. Keep in mind that something may work well may not work for others. Try different position and see what works for best for you and your baby to make a latch.

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Chapter 6 Benefits of Infant Massage | A First Time Mom's Guide to Motherhood | NursElet

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Chapter 6 Benefits of Infant Massage | A First Time Mom's Guide to Motherhood | NursElet

I remember when my kids were young; my mother told me that how important was to do baby massage. She taught me few basic steps when she visited us. I used her guidance to do baby massage with olive oil. Olive oil is very rich in nutrition and most likely to have in our home! Infant massage is very important for baby’s development and blood circulation. It does not only help to calm down baby but also helps in many different ways.   Benefits of Infant Massage: It eases symptoms of constipation It relieves the symptoms of infant reflux Develops...

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