Baby

  • New Mom? 4 Tips For Making Sure Your Baby Gets The Nutrients It Needs

      This is a guest post by Kara Masterson. She is a freelance writer from Utah. She enjoys Tennis and spending time with her family.   One of the main concerns of new moms is providing their baby with enough nutrition to ensure that the infant can continue to grow and develop. Those who are breastfeeding may have challenges with feeding and can find it difficult to determine if their baby is healthy. Other mothers may not be aware of how to prepare food properly for little ones. To ensure that your baby gets enough nutrients during the day, there are a few important tips to follow.   Learn How to Breastfeed Although breastfeeding may seem to come easy for some...
  • Is it safe to drink caffeine while breastfeeding?

    It’s a question that keeps coming back in the research and in the head of new parents. Often, the reviews and the results can be misleading. But in almost every source, the answer is yes. You can have caffeine when you’re breastfeeding. You just must control the quantity and don’t overdo it. Even if the caffeine you take end in your breast milk, it’s just a small amount (less than 1%) of it. Sure, if you drink coffee with moderation, there is no risk for the mother or the baby, but always keep in mind that each infant is different and that they might not all react the same way to caffeine stimulation. Many experts say that a moderate amount of caffeine doesn’t cause...
  • 5 Of The Most Comfortable Places For Your To Breastfeed Your Baby

    This is a guest post written by Kara Masterson. She is a freelance writer from Utah. She enjoys Tennis and spending time with her family. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, breastfeeding is extremely beneficial to newborn babies. After all, breastmilk affords them the perfect formula of nutrients and antibodies. In a study noted by breastfeeding advocacy group La Leche League, babies who breastfed were less likely to develop allergies and asthma than those who didn't. As for emotional health, skin-to-skin contact helps develop the bond between mother and child. Many women are determined to breastfeed their babies because of these many benefits. Learning to breastfeed can be a challenge for some women, but finding a comfortable, supportive place to breastfeed can really...

3 Item(s)