How Breastfeeding Changes Your Brain - The Alpha Parent
‘Motherhood changes you forever’ – the cliché your own mother forewarned you. And she was right. Motherhood, and specifically breastfeeding – the most central physiological act of mothering during infancy, changes you because it literally alters your brain – structurally, functionally, and in many ways, irreversibly. I am about to explain how the act of […]
#Breastfeeding Tip #179 Don’t forget to save your receipts! Nursing moms get a tax break from the IRS for breastpumps and other supplies. The American Academy of Pediatrics and other breastfeeding advocates have fought for this inclusion, citing the many long-lasting health benefits of breast milk. For the complete code, visit: http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-drop/a-11-14.pdf
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Buffalo Plaid Black and White Nursing Poncho - Milkmaid Goods
Nurse confidently in public without worrying about being exposed. This design covers both the front and the back creating a...
Nine reasons my child is not too old to breastfeed | The Milk Meg
Nine reasons my child is not too old to breastfeed - I have written before on my blog about the first time I saw a breastfeeding toddler.
Proper Latch in Breastfeeding
This medical exhibit depicts a proper latch and nursing position for a breast feeding infant shown from a lateral (side) view. This single image features a predominantly lateral view of the infant head and the mother
#Breastfeeding Tip #169 Unlike a bottle, your breasts are never empty. The average baby drains 2/3 of the milk in each breast at each feed. #bfgtips #newmom