Common Concerns about Breastfeeding. Putting your fears to rest.

The joys of motherhood is one of the greatest gifts in life.  Our children are precious and mean the absolute world to us.  From the first moments in the womb to the fantastic art of breastfeeding it is purely amazing that our bodies create everything our baby needs in order to thrive. If you have chosen to breast feed then you have made the best and most natural choice for your baby! Breastfeeding is no easy feat but with a little determination you and baby can, and will, be proffesionals at it in no time. Like anything in life it is never easy to learn something new but all things can be mastered with a little practice. With that said it is natural to have some fears and concerns. Let’s tackle a few common ones….

 

 

 

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If you have any questions about how to better balance your breastfeeding schedule or would like to offer any insight you have gotten over the years (from your personal experiences), please leave a comment below.  I would love to hear all about it!

Disclaimer: I am not a medical doctor. All of the articles written on this website were written by me for educational purposes, but are not meant to diagnose or treat any medical disorders. If you are concerned about your health, or that of your child, consult with your health care provider regarding your individual situation.

 

2 Replies to “Common Concerns about Breastfeeding. Putting your fears to rest.”

  1. We are getting ready for our 4th to be born in a few months, and bc of my interesting work schedule (home during the day with my kids but teaching Pilates in the evenings) this has me thinking of my plan of attack to make sure I make a plan so my supply doesnt drop off due to my evening schedule (as it has in the past.) I might have to resort to pumping on my drive back home since I wont have enough time in between my classes to do so. Thanks for the tips!

    1. Hi Martina! So glad my article may have given you some ideas and congratulations on your new bundle of joy arriving soon! ! Even pumping one time can make a difference in your supply. …hopefully you will figure something out that works for you!. Thanks so much for stopping by!!!

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