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Should you use herbs or homeopathy to boost milk supply?

Posted by Karen Faulkner on

Many mums experience breast milk supply issues after having a baby. Breast feeding looks like the easiest thing to do but is actually one of the most challenging for a new mum. What are the...

Things you need to know about Fenugreek and increasing milk supply

Posted by Karen Faulkner on

During the early weeks following birth a mum will often have more milk than her baby needs. She may experience leaking and/or breast fullness/engorgement — this is simply a period of adjustment as the mum’s...

Cows Milk Protein Allergy or Intolerance and Formula Feeding

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Preventing Allergies in Infants with a Family History What to Feed Your Allergic Baby Babies can develop food intolerance or food allergy especially if there is a family history of atopic disease e,g. asthma, eczema,...

Safe homemade food for travelling with baby

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I met mum Kellie through a Skype consultation as she lives up in North Queensland. She's done amazingly with her little boy Reece who is baby number three. Kellie was going away on a holiday...

Your Baby has Gone on a Nursing Strike! Yikes, What Should you Do?

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Today's blog is especially for Tyler, who is feeling incredibly anxious that her baby has gone 8 hours and is showing no signs of being hungry or wanting a breastfeed.This is what she sent me:Hello...

Homemade Baby Porridge Oats

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Making your own baby porridge is super easy and it’s a much cheaper way to feed a baby than the packaged variety.  Baby porridge is a favourite food parents are choosing to feed their baby....

Paleo Sweet Potato Fritters a great finger food for 6 months plus

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I'm always on the lookout for supereasy recipes for busy parents and their babies. This great finger food recipe comes courtesy of The Merrymakersisters and it sounds seriously delish.It only takes 10 minutes to prep...

How your newborn baby tells you they need a milk feed?

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A baby will tell you they want a feed by their body language. It's important to properly observe your baby to avoid missing early and mid sleep cues. Once you miss those early cues your...

Breast feeding tragedy on postnatal ward

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The tragedy of a newborn baby This tragic case of a newborn baby being suffocated and crushed whilst being breastfed, on a postnatal ward, is far from an isolated case. As many of you know...

Thai fish cakes for your 8 month plus baby & toddler

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Finger Food for your older baby These Thai fish cakes are superb for lunch or dinner. Feel free to adjust the curry paste – using just a little if cooking for a child, or none...