All Discussions Tagged 'breastfeeding' (6)

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Baby & Maternity Store GOING OUT OF BUSINESS!

Hello Mama's!  Our Baby & Maternity Store is GOING OUT OF BUSINESS!  We're offering a 25% Discount on EVERYTHING in the Store with Coup…

Started by Anna Dreyfuss

0 Aug 3, 2011

Breastfeeding and the Adopted Baby

I need advice, please help me figure out how to supplement.   http://anyasgreenbaby.blogspot.com   Anya

Started by Anya Heidenberg

0 Apr 21, 2011

10 Tips for New Breastfeeding Mothers

The first few weeks can be the toughest and rockiest part to developing your breastfeeding relationship with your baby.  I knew it’d be wor…

Started by Darcy Zalewski

0 Mar 3, 2011

Pumping at work

Not sure if you've all seen the recent breastfeeding articles (one about how it can save lives and money, the other about how it's too cost…

Started by Emily Dickey

0 Apr 7, 2010

Transition from bottle to cup.

My son is 9 months old now and he is breastfed with some formula supplement from time to time. We have been trying to use a sippy cup for 3…

Started by Alysha Tarr

3 Mar 24, 2010
Reply by Angela Howard

Breastfeeding and it's Stresses

The first time I breastfed, I did not have a pleasant experience. Sore nipples, hours on the breast, dry nipples, I hated it all. In fact,…

Started by Maria (ConversationswithMoms)

7 Jan 10, 2009
Reply by Maria (ConversationswithMoms)

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