To summarize, not only do oligosaccharides in breastmilk block bad bacteria, feed good bacteria, and make the weather inhospitable to bad bacteria in the baby’s gut, they also change to meet the needs of growing babies

Long before books and the Internet, women were breastfeeding their babies. How on earth did they manage without all the instructions about asymmetrical latch, C-hold, cross cradle and football holds and wide gape?! They managed because back then, breastfeeding was … Continue reading →

Alternative uses for breastmilk.

Why bfing is important

Parenting Your Strong-Willed Child.

Mommy Feeds Baby is a new children's book that promotes breastfeeding as the normal, healthy way to feed a child.

for the home...how to raise a happy child... absolutely awesome pic showing what type of child you have and how to meet there needs by the way they express themselves.. soo helpful as another perspective on things

Breastmilk Production Foods http://healthybodyandhealthymind.com/?p=144

This is the most amazing thing, your child draws something, then you send it to this company and they send you back a toy of the child's drawing.

THERAWHEEL ULTRA- deep tissue massage

newspaper clipping and then let the child expand the picture.

Worried about toxins in your breastmilk? Get the facts.

LOTS of money saving tips and helpful information regarding feeding baby

This is FABULOUS!!!! Every child needs to grow up money-smart. This site help guide parents and educators on what age groups should know at their age.

One day: 10 Decisions you will have to make (or will be made for you if you don't know any different) at the birth of your child. interesting! Pin now, read later

CPR on a Child and a Baby. Re-read every 3 months. Never hurts to know this, even if you don't have kids!

The right way to feed babies - The Healthy Home Economist

The Dangerous Game of the Feeding Interval Obsession

Breastfeeding is feeding a baby

Your Kid's Table: Mega List of Table Foods for Your Baby or Toddler--this is a great list based on what we feed our daughter