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These are just some of the links to resources with advice and help on all things breastfeeding. I  found them very beneficial in my early days of nursing so hope they can help some mums on their breastfeeding journey too.    Sources of information and support for breastfeeding in the UK  Little Peachhttps://www.littlepeach.orgThis wonderful mama who is a certified breastfeeding specialist offers a wide range of services to include Free Online Breastfeeding Support Session. These online support sessions will cover any questions, worries...

How can I tell that breastfeeding is going well and when to ask your midwife or lactation consultant for help. Even if you are not a first time mum, you will very likely ask your self the question 'Am I doing this right? Is the baby getting enough milk?, Is my baby supposed to feed for this long?', the list goes on. Here are some great tips from NHS plus a few words from me, second time boobing mutha.   Breastfeeding is...

Supercharge your mind, body and soul with this jam-packed green tea that has taste on its side. Main ingredient of our Green Supreme is Also known as Pin Ho Jade, Vietnamese green tea which is a unique tea from the highland Yen Bai region of Vietnam, to the central North of the country. It has been harvested by local tribes and villagers for generations from wild tea trees, rather than cultivated, up to 500 years. The tea is an integral part of...

The dreaded word every parent is hoping not to use in relation to their little ones, the COLIC. What is it and is there any help at all. As young baby’s digestive system isn’t fully developed, they may feel discomfort in their tummy, especially for the first 12 weeks, as this is how long it takes fo baby’s gut and digestive system to mature. This is what most people refer to when they talk about colic. I call them digestive colic...

Big majority of mums will try breastfeeding, some statistics say over 90%, but why does the number of breastfed babies drop so suddenly after week two.  Well, this most natural and without doubt best choice for our babies does not always come all that easy. So a bit about my experience of this wonderful most natural thing ever. Yes, we all know breast is best when it comes to feeding wee ones. But does that mean it is all that easy...

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