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Eight Ways to make breastfeeding easier

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  • LOL I am not your target audience, but I am sure your very good tips will be of great help to new moms as they settle into breastfeeding.

    Kathleen
    Bloggers Pit Stop

    • Peter E

      Hello Kathleen

      LOL.. am flattered.. every visit counts, every comment counts.. word of thanks for the heads up…

      Peter

  • Shell

    These are great tips for new mamas!

  • Emmanuelle Paquet

    New moms should really like a post like this. When I had my babies I wish I would have had posts like this to refer to every questions I had.

  • this is a informative post.best health blog for pregnant women.

  • Akeh Bernardine

    Useful information for new mothers. Breast feeding has been known to improve the bonding between mother and baby which is essential which helps to form a deep relationship in order for healthy social and emotional development to occur.

  • Shikha pathak

    Great post 😛 Thanks for sharing !!

  • Becca Talbot

    Breast feeding isn’t something I’ve ever had to do, thankfully. The idea of doing it freaks me out A LOT! I’m not a very maternal person – but there’s some good advice for mothers who do want to breast feed here! x

  • Dikla Frances

    Breastfeeding is a big commomtment and the best gift a mother can give her baby! One thing I still working on us to try and hydride ALL THE TIME!!!!

  • Pra Sad

    Very much Informative post for new mothers. Mothers Really Love this Post…..

  • Brittani Douglas

    These are some really great tips for breastfeeding. I didn’t breastfeed for long, but when I did I had a lot of struggles. I think this will really help a lot of Moms.

  • Gideon Akachukwu Okorie

    The Breastfeeding mother should take this seriously cause it goes a long way into ensuring the good health of the infant. Great tips..

  • T-Nicole Johnson

    These are wonderful tips! Starting early and being consistent with my son really helped me a lot.

  • Marlene

    As another reader said, I would for sure add that you should stay hydrated. I was ALWAYS so thirsty when I was bf my babies!

  • Lindsey Andrews

    Such good suggestions for new mothers. Way to go.

  • Jenn Goggin

    My kids are way past breastfeeding but i am def going to share this with my friends who are currently pregnant. Breast feeding is so beneficial so these tips to help a new mama keep going is awesome

  • interNATionalcaty

    These are all great advice and hopefully, I can put it to use one day.

  • Kimberly Caines

    I can go on forever about this. I’m sure pregnant gals will benefit from reading this, because these are some great suggestions.

  • This is an excellent guide for new moms who start breastfeeding. I wish I had this when I had my son. I struggled for a few weeks until we got the hang of it myself.

  • Lisa

    This is great information for breastfeeding moms. I agree that a 2 breast pump is the best. Your tips are really great.

  • My advice is to chill out and relax. If you are stressed out, breastfeeding is way harder because stress hormones inhibit milk production.

  • Faiza Atif

    Being first time mom and breastfeeding both are very different experience of life.These really good tips for new moms, I also tried pumping with my second one and it was great way to save & store milk for baby and easy too.

  • I am not planning to have a baby yet in the next two years but this is a good read for the future. I just hope the baby will get enough milk.

  • Wonderful information for new moms. I was to scared to breastfeed my children back in 1987. Kudos to the moms that do this now.

  • Anosa Malanga VA

    My colleague is having a pumping session during breaks and I am sure this will be a nice read for her. Such a lot of respect with them.

  • There is so much ore to it than meets the eye. My friends keep on telling me about breastfeeding and their experiences with it. Will share this with them! X

  • Adaleta Avdic

    What a great post with great tips for the future.

  • Kristina Wiggins

    Very interesting information! Thank you for sharing these insights with those that are unfamiliar.

  • Frosted Events

    Such a good information and I love to read more about this and so helpful especially for the new moms

  • David Elliott

    I know it’s a funny story but I remember the first day when we had our daughter and her mom was too weak after surgery to hold her. My daughter actually tried to latch on to me right away and tried to suck on my shirt. Was amusing.

  • Darlene Dee

    Great tips! I would add to keep a ‘nursing basket’ full of supplies for YOU. Water, snacks, maybe a book for early days when baby is almost always attached.

  • Son Nguyen

    It’s really informative for mamas, especially about the good night sleep! Gonna save it for later 😀

  • mail4rosey

    I tried to pump. I couldn’t do it, but I had no trouble breastfeeding. It was odd. Wish I’d have known some hacks then. 🙂

  • Practicing to pump is a must if you’re going back to work in an office. You definitely don’t want to put it off until the last minute.

  • Elizabeth Brico

    These are good tips. Breastfeeding is harder than it sounds, and we need to start openly acknowledging that. When mothers feel like they should just be natural pros, they feel ashamed to ask for help. But asking for help is OK, so I’m glad you included that on the list! The start early tip is definitely essential.

  • Lynnette Joselly

    Interesting tips. I know a few friends that it was easy but then for others it was more difficult. Will be sure to pass down these tips.

  • Jackie Sagdiyev

    great tips will forward this onto some friends. Mums will find this post very helpful, so thank you for sharing a helpful hand