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Call to Action to Support Breastfeeding
On January 20,2011, the U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Regina M. Benjamin announced a "Call to Action to Support Breastfeeding."
Car Travel for Nursing Moms
Travel and safety tips for nursing moms heading out for a car trip with a nursing baby.
Celebrate Nursing on Your Child's Birthday
Celebrate a Nurse-A-Versary on your child's birthday by recognizing the incredible gift you've given yourself and your baby.
Celebrate World Breastfeeding Week
Five ways the average, busy mother, whether currently nursing or not, can celebrate World Breastfeeding Week and spread the word on the importance of breast milk for babies.
Celebrating Special Occasions While Breastfeeding
Celebrating Special Occasions for yourself or others can be challenging for a breastfeeing mom. Here's some tips to make occasions like Valentine's Day, birthdays, anniversaries and other occasions special, and meet the needs of everyone involved.
Choosing a Nursing Position
A summary of the types of nursing positions and tips on when to choose a particular position and the basics of each.
Choosing Extended Breastfeeding
While extended breastfeeding may seem to some like an extreme choice, choosing extended breastfeeding is often less of a conscious choice than simply the culmination of mutually continuing the nursing realtionship one day at a time.
Cluster Feeding Breastfed Babies
It is very common for newborn breastfed babies to have a cranky period of constant feeding known as a cluster feed. Information about cluster feeding and my strategy to deal with this temporary but sometimes trying phenomenon.
Comfort Nursing - Newborns and Infants
Nursing mothers are often worried about, or criticized about, whether their babies should be nursing "just for comfort." But with newborns and infants all nursing is comfort nursing! Information about nursing for comfort with infants and older children.
Comfort Nursing - Older Babies and Toddlers
With older babies and toddlers, it can be confusing whether mothers should nurse "for comfort" in addition to nursing for nutrition. Understand why older babies still need to nurse for comfort, but also how mothers can honor their own needs while meeting the needs of their child.
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