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Breastfeeding Your Baby

Breastfeeding Your Baby

Breastfeeding is not always preferable or possible for every new mom. The decision to breastfeed or bottle feed a baby is based on the lifestyle of the new mom as well as her comfort level with the idea of breastfeeding her baby.

Formula Feeding Your Baby – What You Need to Know

Formula Feeding Your Baby

In my previous article, I talked about the benefits and limitations of breastfeeding your baby. In this article, I will be talking about the benefits and challenges of formula feeding your baby. Hopefully by the end of reading, this you will be able to make an informed decision about whether to breastfeed or formula feed …

Common Problems During Breastfeeding Faced by Mother

Common Problems During Breastfeeding Faced by Mother

Breastfeeding is natural. You don’t need to learn it. but you may face a few challenges along the way which can also compel mom to start with formula feeding. You can see many women who face problems during breastfeeding, but it does not mean that they stop breastfeeding their babies instead they try different positions …

The Pros and Cons of Bottle Feeding

The Pros and Cons of Bottle Feeding

Read and learn more about the pros and cons of both bottle feeding and breast feeding. One of the most debated questions in parenthood techniques is bottle feeding. Many mothers (and fathers!) are wondering if it is better to breast feed or use formula and bottles and the answer is not so black and white. …

Guidelines for Storing Breast Milk

Guidelines for Storing Breast Milk

It is important to know the guidelines for storing breast milk properly so that you always give your baby fresh milk. Any container used to store milk should be clean and sterile. Always try to leave an inch or so from the milk to the top of the container since frozen milk expands. After pumping …

Breastfeeding Made Easier at Home and at Work

Breastfeeding Made Easier at Home and at Work

Breastfeeding is a unique experience for each woman and her baby, and each woman has to find her own routine, setting, and positions that work best. Today, many mothers return to jobs outside of their homes after their babies are born, and the breastfeeding routine that they’ve set up while on maternity leave has to …