Let’s imagine that you already want a nursing top, in order to feel confident while nursing in public. There are many brands and types of nursing openings out there. How will you choose which one is right for you? Here are a few things to look for when you want to buy a nursing top. … Continue reading “5 things to consider before buying a nursing top”
Great news ! Stephanie from Celebrity Baby Blog just published a fresh review of Momzelle nursing tops. Here is what she has to say (or you can read it directly on Celebrity Baby Blog by clicking here): Momzelle Nursing Tops: They’ve Got You Covered TAGS: CBB FAVES, FASHION & GEAR – BREASTFEEDING Sick of having to show your … Continue reading “Momzelle Nursing Tops with the Celebrities”
I love this ad by the Best for Babes foundation and most of all I like the positive message it sends to mothers and mothers to be. It can be found within the pages of Fit Pregnancy magazine this month (June 2009 issue). Here is what the co-founders, Bettina Forbes and Danielle Rigg, of this … Continue reading “Best for Babes : promoting breastfeeding in a trendy way”
This should help breastfeeding too, as we know that more medical intervention does get in the way of breastfeeding ! Healthier moms and happy families, that’s what we want. Read the new recommendations here: http://ow.ly/eEWa
The latest issue of Pediatrics contains an article by M.M. Vennemann, showing that breastfeeding reduced the risk of sudden infant death syndrome by 50% at all ages throughout infancy. In his conclusions, Vennemann recommends including the advice to breastfeed through 6 months of age in sudden infant death syndrome risk-reduction messages. One more reason to feel good about breastfeeding !
Most drugs and medication do pass into the mother’s milk, but only about 1% of it does get to the baby (we are not talking about drugs taken during the labour, which is a whole different story). Most drugs ARE compatible with breastfeeding, only in very rare cases moms need to pump and dump their milk or … Continue reading “Is my Medication compatible with Breastfeeding ?”