New Born Feeding

How to: get a Good Breastfeeding Latch

Breastfeeding is part of a natural bond between mothers and babies – but this doesn’t mean that it comes naturally to everyone. How to get your baby to latch To help create this bond and get into a feeding routine with your baby, try to breastfeed within an hour of delivering. If you’re struggling getting […]

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How to: Hold your baby whilst Breastfeeding

Breastfeeding is one of the most wonderful but worrying parts of being a new mum. A lot of women fear their baby won’t latch or that the position they are in isn’t right. There are many different positions you can use when breastfeeding. There is no one position that is better than the others, so […]

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Essential New Born Care

The early stages in your new born’s life are some of the most important. To help you along the way we’ve narrowed down their essential new born care needs into these 4 categories: Skin Baby’s new born skin is delicate and sensitive so it needs extra care. Even mild stimuli can cause redness and itching […]

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Breastfeeding Styles

Every baby feeds differently from the next. Below are different styles of breastfeeding, observed by experts from Yale University, USA: ‘Barracuda’ type. This is the type of baby that once the breast is shown to them they energetically suck the nipple for 10-20 minutes.  This can result in painful nipples but gradually your child will […]

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Baby Development Month by Month: Month 1

At last, your new baby’s here and you’re starting to get to know the little person you’ve been carrying for 9 months. Here’s what to expect in the first 4 weeks of your newborn’s life.   Growing and developing Your baby will be born with several reflexes: she’ll grip your finger if you put it […]

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Breastfeeding: The Basics

Breastfeeding has unique health benefits for your baby – plus it’s a great way of bonding with him. Read about how to get started. Breast milk is the ideal food for your baby. In fact, it’s so good he won’t need anything else until he’s 6 months old. That’s because breast milk: has all the […]

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