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5 amazing ways to bond with your baby

When my second child was born, I immediately bonded with him and all of the days we spent together at the hospital were just lovely. Little did I know that it was going to be complicated once I get back home. 683 more words


Impending WHO Breastfeeding Guidelines Are Putting Babies At Risk

The human race puts a huge amount of trust into The World Health Organisation (WHO). When it comes to guidance and advice for living a healthy lifestyle, us mere mortals refer to WHO as the oracle. 2,086 more words


Easy Peasy Mac n Cheesey

  • 7 m+
  • Nut Free
  • Vegetarian

Like most little ones (and this big one) The Monster loves cheese. One of the quickest and easiest meals I make for him is this super simple Mac n Cheese. 153 more words


Heart Rate Variability as a Feeding Intervention Outcome Measure in the Preterm Infant

 Feeding interventions for preterm infants aim to reduce the physiologic stress of feeding to promote growth. Heart rate variability (HRV) is a potential noninvasive measure of physiologic stress that may be useful for evaluating efficacy of feeding interventions. 217 more words

Things We Love #1 Ellyn Satter's Division of Responsibility

As a feeding therapist, I am always on the look-out for things to share with Parents and colleagues.  Ellyn Satter’s Division of Responsibility Model just about sums up everything I believe about children’s competence around food, trusting their instincts and reducing mealtime stress (for everyone). 409 more words

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Through calving - onto AB - Brian Frost

Can you believe that some places are selling for Christmas already – some days I’m sure it still feels like winter!! It is great to see some sunshine, but alas this is amongst some very heavy downpours of rain and so the wet continues to be a real challenge. 447 more words