When your baby starts to teethe, they may experience flushed cheeks, poor appetite, and disrupted sleep. A few lucky children won’t feel a thing, but for most children, teething isn’t… Read more »
For many new mums, breastfeeding is a nerve-wracking prospect – from tales of tongue-tie to fears of not being a ‘natural mum’, it can feel like breastfeeding isn’t the bonding… Read more »
Whether you’re going back to work, or getting some well-deserved rest and letting your partner feed the little one, for many new mums expressing breast milk is a safe and… Read more »
Rachel Waddilove, maternity nurse to the stars, child-care expert, baby-sleep expert, parental adviser and author, gives us some of her top tips on how to enjoy your baby! Rachel of… Read more »
Our friends at Medela, the breastfeeding specialists, know a thing or two about Mother Nature’s milk. Here they put together 11 intriguing breastfeeding facts you just might not know.
For the first six months of their lives, babies get all their nutrition from milk. Midwives recommend babies are breastfed exclusively during this time, but it’s a personal decision, and… Read more »
Just like breastfeeding, bottle-feeding takes some practice – from sterilising utensils and making up the formula to perfecting your burping technique (well, your baby’s!). But with our guide, you’ll soon… Read more »
Mastering the art of hand expressing may seem tricky but midwife Roberta has all the advice and reassurance you need.
Our friendly midwife and infant feeding specialist Roberta dispenses her words of wisdom on how to cope with common breastfeeding problems.
As breastfeeding peer support workers we are very privileged to meet some amazing mums at what is generally a very emotional time in their lives. These women share some very… Read more »