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We are so glad you’re here! And by choosing to breastfeed your little one, you’ve taken a commendable step. From the first day of nursing your child to the last, we are here to support you! Bookmark this website and visit from time to time, for up-to-date information on breastfeeding & weaning.

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Tips on Stage 2 Weaning

Tips on Stage 2 Weaning

Nursing your baby can be one of the most cherished experiences for a mother. It nourishes the child and also strengthens the bond between the mother and the child. But after a point of time, the mother has to progress onto the process of weaning the baby – which can...

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How to Stop Breast Pumping

How to Stop Breast Pumping

How to Stop Breast Pumping - 3 ways to end the pumping process  Whether you’re looking to decrease your milk supply or wean your baby off breast milk, if you’re pumping, you’ll need to stop eventually. When you’re ready to do so, you must remember that this should be...

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How to Increase Breast Milk

How to Increase Breast Milk

If you’re a breastfeeding mom, you probably worry if you’re producing enough breast milk to sufficiently feed your little one. However, if you're not, you're probably looking for how to increase milk supply tips. Here are some tips on how to keep that milk flowing and...

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Breastfeeding and Weaning News

A Dentist’s Take On Weaning

Myofunctional therapy is a study of the tongue and facial muscles. Dentists are now turning a keen eye on this in relation to breastfed babies who are being weaned. In a nutshell, babies who excessively suck on bottles, pacifiers or fingers develop a habit of allowing...

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Breastfeeding & Multiple Sclerosis Update

Recently JAMA Neurology came out with the results of a study that suggests new mothers with multiple sclerosis should be encouraged to breastfeed their newborns for at least 2 months after birth because it increases their chances to experience a 6 month pain-free...

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Breastfeeding Tips

Eating Organic Foods to Build Up Milk Supply

For most mothers, the amount of milk produced is enough to satisfy their child. However, what happens when the supply becomes lower than what your little bundle of joy needs? We offer that solution by recommending certain organic foods that will make a positive...

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Healthy Organic Foods and Supplements to Stimulate Milk Flow

When you are in suspicion of low breast milk supply, you should consider having foods that increase your milk production to ensure that the baby has enough milk to grow up healthy. There are many foods in regard but choosing the organic ones will have other benefits...

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Parenting Advice

Practical, No-Nonsense Tips for Parenting

Being a parent is a life responsibility and has been described as a roller-coaster ride with multiple ups and downs. At the same time, it is all about managing lives of others while making sure you don’t mess up your own. Here are a few no-nonsense tips on how to...

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Weaning Tips

How tо Wеаn off Brеаѕtfееding at Night

Thеrе are mаnу different reasons раrеntѕ wean thеir baby оff of brеаѕtfееding at night. Sometimes mothers nееd tо ѕtор breastfeeding fоr medical rеаѕоnѕ, оr реrhарѕ уоu wаnt to еnсоurаgе уоur bаbу tо sleep through thе night. Whаtеvеr the rеаѕоn, grаduаllу wеаning your...

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Stages of Weaning

Your baby can start soft food by 6 months of age. This is called “weaning” and it must be done in stages. Two of the issues to watch out for are choking and gagging. These happen when you give too much to the baby or the baby cannot handle the texture or composition...

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