What Does It Mean to 'Use Your Breast as a Pacifier?' — Nancy Mohrbacher

What Does It Mean to 'Use Your Breast as a Pacifier?'

Many new mothers feel pressure from advisers not to let their baby spend too much time breastfeeding. What hidden messages are part of this common warning?

What Does It Mean to 'Use Your Breast as a Pacifier?' — Nancy Mohrbacher

What Does It Mean to 'Use Your Breast as a Pacifier?'

What Does It Mean to 'Use Your Breast as a Pacifier?' — Nancy Mohrbacher

Do you ever second-guess your milk production after pumping? Do you compare  it with the volume of milk your friend or neighbor pumps? Do you compare it  with the milk you pumped for a previous baby? Before you start to worry,  you first need to know how much pumped milk is average. Many mothers  discover—to their surprise—that when they compare their own pumping  experience with the norm, they’re doing just fine. Take a deep breath and  read on.  Expect Less Milk in the Early Weeks  If the…

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Nursing mothers are commonly warned: “Don’t let your baby use your breast as a pacifier.” Although often said, this is an incredibly curious statement. After all, which came first, the breast or the pacifier?  The breast, of course, long predates the pacifier (aka “dummy”), a man-made device

What Does It Mean to 'Use Your Breast as a Pacifier?'

' — Nancy Mohrbacher - Great article that shows how one common piece of advice to new moms could be behind the trouble many women experience keeping up their milk supply!

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