Deciding on the best way to feed your child can sometimes be a struggle. There is no best choice, and it’s easier to make decisions based on your work and lifestyle.
All parents can attest to not wanting to cook on some days. Days like those when you feel tired, want to sleep in or go out with a partner, maybe friends. On days as such, you may feel like heating up something stale from the refrigerator and sometimes, the accompanied guilt can be heart wrenching. Times like this are inevitable and no matter how hands-on you are, some days we just tend to drop the ball.
Substituting breast milk for supplements is only adviseable when the mother is unable to produce milk or is too busy to breastfeed. Working mothers or mothers who are uncomfortable with breastfeeding in public can go for feeding baby formula milk. Babies need breastmilk as it is healthier, boosts immunity, and promotes proper growth. Are you wondering what to expect when you formula feed your baby?
Eating a balanced diet Is very important for a mom to be. There is a lot of anxiety and stress that comes with the fact that you are about to be a mother, and adding unhealthy nutrition to it, is going to be a disaster. However, at that point of being pregnant, deciding what is good for your body might be a little challenging, and most times, your body might reject some certain meal.
If you ever thought that delivery means you have signed up for a long time of immunity against another pregnancy, you might have to re-think that thought. It is true that many counsels have said the possibility of getting pregnant is zero but when you see the answers to the questions people are asking, you won't have been in doubt about any possibility.
What’s more beautiful than your body having that super power to satiate your baby’s hunger and help him grow? Well, no doubt mothers are walking miracles. In fact, mothers know how obsessed babies are with breast milk.
My friend once told me - “I expected the labor pain to be the worst, only to realize that it was nothing compared to the pain and fuss that was in store for me while breastfeeding him”. Is breastfeeding as hard as rocket science?