One of the most dramatic adjustments you will make as a new parent is a loss of control on your sleep schedule. Gone are the days (at least for now) of staying up as late as you want and sleeping as late as you want. Now the amount of sleep you get will depend on your child.
Newborns don't have a schedule as … [Read More...]
The World Health Organization (WHO) released the results of thier in depth study on when to begin introducing solid foods into the diet of a breastfed or nursing baby. The WHO found that waiting until six months to start your baby on solid foods provides multiple benifits to both mother and child.
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Breastfeeding and premature birth are compatible. If you were preparing to breastfeed your baby, premature birth is no reason to give up that dream. It is natural to feel helpless if your child requires a lot of medical attention. Good communication with your doctor and other members of the hospital staff will allow … [Read More...]