Thinking about breastfeeding? You’re not the only one. Breastfeeding is one of the things that new mothers and mothers-to-be spend a lot of time thinking and worrying about. Also, everyone has their opinion on it too. We’re talking family members, medical professionals and even random people you’ve never met!
Weaning your baby from the breast is an important step in their development, but it’s not always an easy change to make. Try and make it as smooth as possible, it’s important to know when to wean, how best to do it and what to do if your baby refuses.
Of all the challenges facing new parents, a bout of hiccups is one you often don’t expect. And hiccups is a topic that’s rarely talked about in antenatal classes. But babies commonly do have hiccups and they can be long-lasting and look severe. A small baby being wracked by loud hiccups can look distressing.
It’s World Breastfeeding Week, and at Online4Baby we are talking feeding!
Those early months as a new parent can be daunting. Everyone has an opinion on what you should and shouldn’t do. One of the biggest areas of debate is feeding, with many people keen to offer up strong opinions on formula feeding, supplementation, feeding positions, and more!
Read on to discover our impartial guide on all things feeding in those early months.
Otherwise known as, a list of foods that your kids constantly beg you for. Or, a list of the only things your children will eat.
Obviously, there is the balancing act that so many parents have to try and pull off between slipping their charges foods of almost no nutritional value and leaving the children to starve to death in their high chair beside an untouched bowl of porridge. We know when we’re handing our families less than traditional food, especially when it seems the only way to get two minutes’ peace, but what about the brain?