Post-Partum

The Dark Side of Motherhood: When PPD Takes Over

The Dark Side of Motherhood (When PPD Takes Over)

The Dark Side of Motherhood (When PPD Takes Over) Becoming a parent is hard. It’s a life transition that cannot be truly explained, it needs to be experienced. It affects people differently but it’s still the biggest transition a person experiences in their life, especially a woman. Nothing so fundamentally changes your priorities, interests and …

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Weaning - Its Complicated

Weaning Your Baby and Your Emotions

Weaning Your Baby and Your Emotions There is one other milestone in the breastfeeding journey that produces many different emotions: weaning. Weaning is just as complicated as breastfeeding itself. The AAP (American Academy of Pediatrics) recommends exclusive breastfeeding until at least 6 months of age, followed by combined breastfeeding and complementary foods at least until …

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Guilt-Free Feeding

Guilt-Free Feeding

Guilt-Free Feeding Shame is not an ingredient in your child’s food Shame and guilt. Two words that should have no place in motherhood, yet they plague every mother at one point or another. One of the earliest feelings of guilt or shame are usually around feeding your child. Mothers who choose to breastfeed but have …

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Breastfeeding

Breastfeeding – A personal journey of every mother

Breastfeeding – A personal journey of every mother “This post contains affiliate links, which means we make a small commission from your purchases. This does not cost you anything but helps us run and upkeep our website. Please, click here to view our affiliate disclosure policy. Thank you. “ Breastfeeding – what a unique journey. …

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