I saw in various weaning groups that Mothers stopped from attempting to wean because they believe that breastfeeding can help their babies have a better chance of fighting against the virus. But can it really help fight against this pandemic that is gripping the world this 2020? For sure Mothers with newborns or little children … Continue reading Can breastfeeding help fight against Coronavirus?
With the many Nanny problems like nannies hurting the little ones they are taking care of, a Mum recently asked me if Nanny cams can help. Nanny cams, yes help you monitor and if it's a 2-way camera where you can talk directly then the better it is. However, I need to warn you that … Continue reading Nanny cam or no?
It seems as if it was just yesterday that I started breastfeeding my little one. It was a critical moment for me because it can make or break my relationship with breastfeeding. But before I gave birth, I equipped myself with research and breastfeeding moms to help me with the journey. And so, I hope … Continue reading Tips on how to overcome the challenges during the first week of breastfeeding
A new colleague of mine in the office shared that even though she prepared herself for breastfeeding she still was not able to do it. So, I asked her what are her preparations. That's when we both realized that it lacked some things here and there. So, I am sharing with you our lessons learned. … Continue reading Pregnant: How to Prepare for Breastfeeding
As you would have known, I have lived in 3 countries for the past 3.5 years, which is the same age as my little one. But during this period, we have never weaned from breastfeeding, but we indeed stopped using cloth diapers the moment our trip to Canada was finalized. However, there was a land … Continue reading Cloth Diapers and Travelling – can you do it?
Complementary feeding means feeding your child with solid food that is healthy and organic while breastfeeding. This will also help you cope with breastfeeding as it helps your baby become less dependent on your breasts and be more aware of the proper way of eating. My little angel, believe it or not, is more fond … Continue reading Complementary Feeding 6 months to 1 year
A birth plan ensures that your intentions and expectations on how you envision the birth of your baby is going to be. This will also serve as an avenue for your to discuss different options with your health practitioner and birthing team for a more informed decision. It is a document which outlines your preferences … Continue reading Writing a Birth Plan
The Australian Breastfeeding Association is such a great organization that Australia is offering its breastfeeding Moms because it is a portal that provides not just information about breastfeeding but it connects Moms to various lactation experts and breastfeeding consultants located near their homes. Moms can also find local groups in their area by putting your … Continue reading The Australian Breastfeeding Association
We recently had a 28-hour flight from Toronto to Sydney. Breastfeedingmama.ca will soon move to Breastfeedingmama.com. We took the China Southern airline, which meant our lay-over is in Guangzhou, China. So, here are the breastfeeding learning and tips for this very long-haul flight: Toronto Pearson Airport - only found one in Terminal 1 gate D37. … Continue reading Moving to Australia, breastfeeding in Guangzhou and Sydney airports
There are 4 theme parks in Disney World Florida, we did not get the chance to visit the 2 water parks since we only had 4 days and 3 nights vacation. We stayed at Disney Pop Century resort, which is the CHEAPEST Disney Hotel. I have a breastfeeding toddler, and I am listing down below … Continue reading Breastfeeding in Disney World Parks w/ tips for vacationing family