I’m over at the Right Start Blog today talking about a topic that could make or break my breastfeeding experience this time around. What do you do when your nursing baby gets teeth?
Having all the right equipment when you breastfeeding is very important for success. This becomes especially true when you are pumping your milk for storage. If you have to pump milk so that you can return to work, you will have to pump at regular intervals throughout the day to insure that you keep you milk supply up. This can be a time consuming process, so you really want to be sure that you have a streamlined method to make the most of it. One of the best ways to do that is to utilize a hands-free bustier so that you can multitask while you pump.
Breastfeeding is a topic that is so very close to my heart. I have three boys and a newborn girl that have all been breastfeed within 5 minutes of birth and then for the next year of their lives. While some women have issues that prevent them from nursing, almost all mothers are encouraged to at least give it a try.
Breast milk is known as the “Gold Standard” in infant nutrition. It has been engineered by Mother Nature over millions of years to be the best food your growing baby can consume. It contains the perfect blend of antibodies, protein, fat and thousands of other components to optimize your baby’s rapid growth of body, brain and nervous system. In short- it’s a pretty awesome fluid!