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Taking some time for me

After my meltdown last weekend, I actually had a good week. I decided to just go with the flow and not have any big expectations of myself. 563 more words

Afterbirth, and after birth... 

… Two completely different things.

So, there he was, Caleb Spencer Ward. Born at 19:47 on 29th October weighing 7lbs 14oz. That was pretty big considering the size of me. 2,175 more words


My Breastfeeding Experience: The Transition from Nipple to Bottle, What Happened and Didn’t Happen

Before giving birth to my 8-pound, 1-ounce baby girl, I was overly concerned about whether or not I was going to be able to breastfeed. Nursing turned out not to be a problem at all, it came to me with ease. 962 more words

Baby Feeding

Not a whole lot of shaking going on

With one baby, making up a bottle isn’t a huge undertaking. When you multiply that by two, it is like being a bartender…except your customers scream, wear diapers and have no teeth. 417 more words


About Breastfeeding... or not

I recently read a Facebook post about breastfeeding and it prompted me to write this:

When I take a child’s developmental history from the parent, I ask about feeding. 311 more words

Motherhood Journals

Dear Jack,

4 months? Really?

This week has been something that’s for sure. You were waking every hour so we moved you from our bedroom to the one we decorated and filled with little treasures for many months. 525 more words


What about infant formula milk

The topic of infant formula milk is often seen as a taboo topic for healthcare professionals due to the drive to improve breast feeding rates. Of course as a dietitian I think breast milk is the most wonderful “feed” available for babies and as far as possible this should be supported. 669 more words

Birth To 6 Months