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Maria Griner Mom to Mom

Letters Photos: Maria Griner Mother’s situation: Am I making her clingy? My two-year-old is still breastfeeding happily but is not happy to separate from me. She is fine with daddy and her older siblings if I am away for a couple of hours, but she will not stay at anyone else’s house for any length of time without me, even grandma’s. Everyone tells me that...

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Eating Well during Pregnancy: Pregnancy Weight Gain What's Cooking?

Katja Leccisi, Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, Canada Photos: Steph Willetts Eating well during pregnancy: pregnancy weight gain. Good nutrition means eating a well-balanced and varied diet of foods in as close to their natural state as possible. When you first found out you were pregnant, did you have an idea of how much weight you might gain, and why? Did you ever worry about whether you were gaining too...

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What is D-MER? Features

An interview with Alia Macrina Heise IBCLC and Diane Wiessinger, IBCLC Photos: Suzie Blake D-MER (Dysphoric Milk Ejection Reflex) Alia Macrina Heise is an International Board Certified Lactation Counselor who suffered some intense negative emotions while breastfeeding her third baby. When her milk let down she felt unpleasant and uncomfortable. Breastfeeding Today asked Alia and Diane Wiessinger, IBCLC, some questions to learn something about these...

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Julia Khanbalinova Mothers' Stories

Julia Khanbalinova, Edgewater, New Jersey, USA   My son Luca is now 15 months old and we are still going strong on our breastfeeding journey. These images are from when he was about seven months old. Luca was born slightly prematurely at 35 weeks and weighed 6lb. He spent some time in the neonatal intensive care unit and I didn’t get to hold him in skin-to-skin contact...

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Kimberly Chandler Features

Diana West, BA, IBCLC Photo: Kimberly Chandler Identification and treatment: tongue-tie & the breastfed baby Many new mothers hear horror stories about how painful breastfeeding can be. Of course, it isn’t supposed to hurt. Nipples don’t need to “toughen up” and any pain beyond initial tenderness means something isn’t right. But when those nipples start to really hurt, most mothers think that they are doing something wrong. They...

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