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Getting It Together: Working and Breastfeeding Posted By : Sally Michener

Are working and breastfeeding compatible? Yes! It boils down to commitment – how serious you are about giving your baby the best nutritional start. Basically, you have three challenges to consider: how to feed baby while mother is gone, how to keep up mother’s milk supply when she’s away from baby, and how to minimize… Read More »

Nursing Nuisances, Challenges, and Funny Things That Happen On The Way To The Breast Posted By : Sally Michener

Breastfeeding Personalities One evening a group of veteran breastfeeding couples were sharing stories about their babies/ nursing nuisances. Amused by the survivors’ accounts, one father quipped, “Let’s give names to these little suckers.” And here they are. The Marathoner How many times have we heard mothers complain, “All he wants to do is eat”? In… Read More »

Breastfeeding Special Babies In Special Circumstances – Article One Posted By : Sally Michener

Breastfeeding is even more important for babies with special needs and their parents. Breastfeeding gives you a higher level of maternal hormones, which increase your intuition and perseverance to meet the needs of your special baby. Because of its physical, psychological, and medical benefits, breastfeeding is even more important for these babies. A baby has… Read More »