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Month: May 2017

On the pump

Your baby can still reap the benefits of breastmilk even when breastfeeding isn’t working out for you through the process of expressing milk. Lucia Walker provides helpful tips on how to make breastmilk pumping easier. It’s easy to assume that breastfeeding is the most natural exercise that will occur once a baby is born. It’s common to believe that the new baby, equipped with suckling senses, will latch on immediately and nourish themselves from the mother’s breast without any problems. However, in many cases breastfeeding can be difficult, especially if mom is new at it and if the infant...

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How to do damage control when you fight in front of your kids

Conflict is part of every human relationship. If we live with children, those conflicts will sometimes come up in front of the kids. In the past, most experts reassured parents that there’s no harm in children seeing them fight, as long as the kids also see the parents make up afterwards. However, recent developments in neurological research challenge this view. Not surprisingly, it turns out that when children hear angry yelling, their stress hormones shoot up. In fact, even a sleeping infant registers loud, angry voices and experiences a rush of stress chemicals that takes some time to diminish....

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