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Will using a baby carrier improve your chance of succeeding with breastfeeding?

In this post, Dr Henrik Norholt writes about how using a baby carrier may help mothers to succeed with breastfeeding.   About Dr Henrik Dr. Henrik Norholt is a member of The World Association of Infant Mental Health, The Marcé Society for Perinatal Mental Health and The Society of Emotion and Attachment Studies. He is…

Let a feeding pillow take the strain, babies do get heavy!

Amanda Peters, Maternity Practitioner believes all babies should feed elevated with their head higher than their tummy, regardless of colic, reflux or any other feeding issues.  Tummy to tummy positioning ensures good bonding and helps with a better latch.  Babies do get heavy whilst feeding and your arms get tired, so whether breast or bottle…

Ask The Expert | Q + A about breastfeeding

In honor of World Breastfeeding Week,  we reached out to one of our expert lactation consultants, Sandra Werlich-Praetze to find out the answer to some of her most frequently asked questions on breastfeeding from new mums. There are many amazing resources (links below article) and support communities out there, and we invite you to get the support you…

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