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Reflux Formulas - What they are and how they work.

There are many levels of Reflux in babies varying from a mild version to a very severe reflux that requires medication. The treatment has to be dictated by the level of Reflux and therefore, it is very important to seek the advice of a medical practitioner before you change any aspect of your baby’s feeding routine. 412 more words


My Breastfeeding Journey with Medela

One of the things that I had the most sleepless nights over before Isla was born was if I was going to be able to successfully breastfeed. 1,215 more words

Adventures With Isla

4 Weeks Postpartum - Feedings

As I mentioned before, I made the decision to bottle feed Cora and not breastfeed.  I have not had any moments of regretting this decision, even after my milk came in and dried up.   316 more words


Breast is NOT always best

Yes, that’s right I said the biggest taboo in mummy world! There is so much stigma attached to formula feeding, that I feel it’s important to post about this subject. 1,310 more words

Baby Health

Breast v Bottle...the great debate

Alright, I had a post that I was going to post before this, but this has really gotten me a bit cranky today, so I have decided to kick off the week with a post about the breast v bottle debate instead. 1,469 more words

How to Formula Feed Safely!

This article is for mums who bottle feed their babies formula.

There is a lot of confusion surrounding the best methods to make up bottles and it’s one of those things which causes convenience to cloud our better judgement.   1,644 more words


10 Questions with a Child Passenger Safety Technician

1) What is a CPST? Doesn’t the fire department check car seats?


CPST stands for Child Passenger Safety Technician. We educate parents and caregivers on the proper installation and use of car seats, boosters. 1,355 more words