Posts Tagged ‘ breastfeeding ’

Not baby blues but weaning woes…

October 3, 2012
By
rosie-wright

Following my blog about when (and how) to stop breastfeeding, once you feel you and your baby are ready, I wanted to write about the challenge that some women face when they do decide to stop, as some find themselves feeling down or even depressed when they stop breastfeeding. I first heard about this phenomenon,...

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From Little Seeds Grow

September 14, 2012
By
Mel Face

Before I had my daughter Lyla (now 2), I was jokingly known as ‘The Fixer’. I ran events of all shapes and sizes all over the world and I always knew a man who knew a man; if I needed something, I knew where to go and got it done. The bigger the challenge,...

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It’s breast to stop, now!

July 25, 2012
By
rosie-wright

I have decided to write about stopping breastfeeding (after 6 months and once it has become firmly established and part of yours and your baby’s routine), and particularly my own experiences, as this is a little talked about issue. Most of the bump out there is about starting breastfeeding, not stopping, and it isn’t...

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The Breastfeeding Quandary

June 22, 2012
By
sarah

There are some topics which cause such a furore that even as an industry professional I’m left staggered by the range of opinions, so goodness only knows what a woman who’s just given birth may feel. Whether you choose to breastfeed or not, everyone has an opinion on how you should be feeding your...

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Is it eww to chew your baby’s food?

June 13, 2012
By
RRWW LOGO 2 (2)

There has been a fair amount of controversy in the world of weaning in the last month after Alicia Silverstone released a video on her website that shows her feeding her eleven month year old son directly from her mouth to his. You can view the video here: http://www.thekindlife.com/post/home-video-breakfast-with-baby-bear If she was looking to...

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Feeding your offspring, from breast to bolognese

May 25, 2012
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Just one example of the mess my boys can make!

Its a strange thing but I think I am amongst many mothers who never minded being woken up in the night by their newborn babies. That total exhaustion when you have just had an hour or two in bed and are woken for another 30 mins breastfeeding whilst sitting up and fighting sleep never...

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