We at GotBreastPump.com recognize that a Mom faces an awesome responsibility for feeding your child, regardless of age. We also know from experience, that as you baby begins weaning from breast or bottle, the battle of wills. It is pretty normal for toddler age children, as early as 18 months or younger, to start exercising [...]
Listed are the posts for June 2008.
When you set nutritious food in front of your toddler, does your toddler pull the trigger of tears or do they stampede out of the room, only to come back 10 minutes later asking for a cookie? Feeding habits of toddlers can vary dramatically. For the busy mom, the challenge of feeding a picky eater [...]
Why is weaning my baby so difficult? Some breast pumping and breastfeeding mothers will get mastitis as they try to wean their babies. Even with the slow approach their milk supply never seems to dwindle. Some women seem to have a harder time with milk reduction than others. This can be an even greater challenge [...]
Breast feeding was going so well, and now I’ve got this painful Mastitiis Breast mastitis infection commonly affects women who are breast-feeding (especially during the first two months after childbirth) but can occur in all women at any time. Mastitis is a benign (non-cancerous) condition that can usually be treated successfully with antibiotics. Symptoms of [...]
I need help and I need it now! Mastitis symptoms usually require treatment. Treatment for mastitis infection may require the following: Antibiotics are usually prescribed by a physician to help clear up the mastitis infection. Women with mastitis symptoms should schedule an appointment with a doctor for treatment for mastitis. Got Breast Pump’s on-line store [...]