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Breastfeeding; 20 Months In...During an Oxytocin Rush!

I am really loving breastfeeding a toddler. If someone had told me in the early days that I’d still be doing this at this stage I’d have day said ‘no chance!’ and probably would have been confused! 224 more words


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New to blogging altogether!

Just a wee intro about why I’m blogging and what about!

I’m Suzy Sioux.

I have a 20 month old delicious little girl called Isabella Maggie. 112 more words


New Moms: Who's On Your Wellness Team???

Are you interested in using natural remedies to seek relief from a medical condition or to simply improve your state of wellness? If so, you are not alone. 607 more words

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Daily Health Tips: Please Help. My Wife's Breast Milk Is Not Enough For Our Baby!

Q: Dear Doctor, please help me. My wife does not do exclusive breast feeding because everytime she finishes breast feeding our baby, he still cries as if hungry. 423 more words

Daily Health Tips: Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

Hello everyone! :D Having a good day? This might interest you.

The baby bottle tooth decay is a condition that occurs when babies’ teeth are exposed to prolonged contact with sugary liquids or substances. 369 more words

A Day in the Life of a 7 week old

At 7 weeks old, Madison is definitely all sass!  Look at this picture!  So much personality and I love her to pieces!  She knows what she wants and she knows how to get it.   712 more words

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Bring Back the Binky? Study Finds Pacifiers Actually Boost Breast-Feeding

The term “nipple confusion” can strike fear into the hearts of new moms bent on breast-feeding. To avoid it, mothers are advised to wait several weeks before introducing pacifiers — or bottles — to infants; that way, babies will become champs at suckling at the breast before getting introduced to the different sucking patterns associated with pacifiers or bottles. 557 more words

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