SlingEzee Baby Sling

SlingEzee Baby Sling Babywearing- Support your Child, Protect your back, Lighten Your Load! Hands free baby carrier! The SlingEZee Baby Sling supports your decision to keep your baby in your arms….safe and secure, right where they belong. SlingEZee is sturdy and comfortable for outdoor activities like walking or hiking, yet always attractive and appropriate when the…

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What do the Scriptures Say About Breastfeeding?

What God Says About Breastfeeding Breastfeeding was created by God’s magnificent design for all mammals and he is not silent on the topic of infant feeding.  His children can receive more than food from the breast of their mother. What greater gift can a mother give her child- the gift God has given…………breastfeeding. The biblical…

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101 Benefits of Breastfeeding

Originally Written by Leslie Burby, by ProMoM, Inc. brought to you by Mothering from The Heart.  1. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends it “Human milk is the preferred feeding for all infants, including premature and sick newborns… It is recommended that breastfeeding continue for at least the first 12 months, and thereafter for as…

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Why Is Breastfeeding So Important?

Breastfeeding is one of the most natural and beneficial acts a mother can do for her child.  Dramatic health benefits have been proven to pass from mother to child through breastmilk   From antibodies which protect an infant at birth…to the exclusive nutrients in mother’s milk which have been shown to prevent a number of childhood…

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Medications & Nursing

(Drugs and Breastfeeding) Introduction Over the years, far too many women have been wrongly told they had to stop breastfeeding. The decision about continuing breastfeeding when the mother takes a drug, for example, is far more involved than whether the baby will get any in the milk. It also involves taking into consideration the risks…

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Colic- Jack Newman

  Colic in the Breastfed Baby     Colic is one of the mysteries of nature. Nobody knows what it really is, but everyone has an opinion. In the typical situation, the baby starts to have crying periods about two to three weeks after birth. These occur mainly in the evening, and finally stop when…

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