Breastfeeding

A must have for nursing moms, a breast pump makes long term breastfeeding feasible. There will inevitably be times when mother and baby must separate for a while. For those times, pumping and refrigerating or freezing breast milk will not only keep a baby satisfied while his mother is away, it will also help to maintain a mom’s production of the precious liquid while she is away from her baby, a vital factor since her natural supply is based on demand. To meet a variety of needs and preferences, a wide selection of pumps is available, including large hospital grade styles, middle weight automatic pumps, and smaller portable models that are either battery or manually operated.

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The Breastfeeding Guide

Considering the many lifelong health benefits of breastfeeding for both baby and mom, it’s no wonder that new mothers commit to it. But to keep it going for a year…
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How to Soothe Sore Nipples

Breastfeeding shouldn’t hurt! In the early days, you might find yourself sucking your breath in for a few seconds when the baby latches on. But that feeling shouldn’t persist throughout…
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Expert Breastfeeding Secrets

For Mindy Johnson-Plate, 39-year-old new parent to Cooper, 3, and Gavin, 3 months, breastfeeding was everything she’d hoped it would be—and more. “It was easier than expected as well as…
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Milk Truck: A Mobile Breastfeeding Unit

Have you heard about The Milk Truck? This amazing mobile breastfeeding unit combines guerilla theater, activism and a little slapstick humor to allow mothers to feed their babies in public. More on their mission:…
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