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What Are The Benefits Of Breastfeeding By Month?

I swear by breastfeeding, and as much as possible, I try to be an advocate for new and expectant mothers.

However, I’d like to emphasize that though this is my advocacy, I have long made it a point to avoid judging the choices of other parents.

Whether you opted for formula-feeding and why – those are none of my business. So this article won’t be about starting an argument between mothers.

Instead, I’d only be tackling the benefits of breastfeeding by month and other topics related to it – usual problems encountered, prepping, pumping, etc.

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Flipazoo Reviews: Is This The Best Stuffed Animal For Your Child?

I’ve always been frugal where playthings are concerned. I’m not one to spend hundreds of dollars on something that my child will eventually grow out of or get bored easily. I understand if you’re hesitant on buying expensive toys.

So read on because this is not one of those Flipazoo reviews that will only tell you to buy them. Instead, we’ll look whether they’re worth the price.

Fair enough?

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The 5 Best Cats For Kids And Why You Should Get One

No matter what the breed is, cats have a lot to offer your little ones – from companionship to cuddles. And for whatever reason, I noticed that cats might be a bit aloof and cold to adults, but they seem extra affectionate towards little children.

But then again, it depends on which kind. Some kitties are sweet to their owners and even to dogs. So if you’re planning to buy one for your infant or toddler, check out this list for the best cats for kids. Although to be honest, I would get every single one of them if I can.

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How To Achieve Success In Sleep Training 15 Month Old

When people said, “You’re about to have sleepless nights,” I thought that was a bit of a stretch. It can’t possibly be that bad, right? I mean, as far as I knew, newborn babies only do three things: sleep, eat, poop (and pee!).

So, they’ll probably be dozing off most of the time. Then, when my baby was born, just like that, sleep became a thing of the past. My little boy would take two naps a day, sleep at 6 in the evening and wake up at 4 in the morning.

It would have been no big deal if I slept the same time as him BUT mothers are the jack-of-all-trades at home.

In between taking care of the baby includes feeding him, changing diapers, bathing, doing morning and afternoon care, exposing him to the sunshine, and keeping the entire household together.

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