I’m not a lactation consultant (they were few and far between when my babies were little) but I have breastfed two of my own babies and some of the things they did while feeding were quite astounding! In this blog, you’ll find out why some babies fuss at the breast and what you can do to help them.
This blog is for breastfeeding mums who, like me, just needed someone else to help with the feeding now and again so I could have a break!
Are you curious? Can you overfeed a breastfed baby? Babies are very good at self-regulating their intake, but worrying about feeding is something we new mummy’s all do.
I’ve just found out that I’ve been nominated in three categories for the Weaning Week Awards!
I’m gobsmacked! But also delighted. 🎉
The three categories I’m up for are:
😊Best Instagram Influencer Account
😊Best Online Account
If I’ve helped you and you’d like to vote for me, here’s the link https://weaningweek.co.uk/weaning-awards
Thank you 😊
Paced feeding is a new bottle feeding technique that allows your baby to be in control of how much and how quickly they feed. The technique strengthens the attachment between you and your baby. It mimics the way a baby would feed if breastfeeding and can prevent overfeeding therefore reducing the risk of obesity later in childhood.
Knowing which bottle is best for your baby can be tricky, as there are so many to choose from and you want to avoid nipple confusion. Registered Dietitian, Gabriella Goodchild, takes an in depth look at what’s available and whether there really is a best bottle for a breastfed baby.