This week, we have the amazing Lyndsey from Me, Him, The Dog And A Baby sharing her #bottlefeedingstories I’m Lyndsey, a 30 year old first time mum! I blog over at Me, Him, The Dog and a Baby! Erin was born on New Year’s Day 2016 so she’s just over a year old now. I started breastfeeding… Read More #bottlefeedingstories with Me, Him, The Dog & A Baby
We’re back with #bottlefeedingstories! It’s been a little while, so I do apologise if you’ve been keeping an eye out for them. Now that National Breastfeeding Week is behind us for another year, it’s time to check out some real life stories about the realities of what happens when breastfeeding doesn’t go to plan. This… Read More #bottlefeedingstories with All Things Spliced
This week’s #bottlefeedingstories comes from one of my absolute favourite bloggers – the lovely Kelly-Anne over at MimiRose and Me Hi, my name is Kelly-Anne, I’m a 28 year old mother to one, my cheeky little lady Amelia. I am also a wife to my lovely Tony and we have set up our forever home… Read More #bottlefeedingstories with Mimi Rose and Me
Huffington Post have posted an article today about post natal hospital stays, stating that UK Mums get one of the shortest after birth stays in the world; shorter than Ghana and Bangladesh.
Ah, International Breastfeeding Week. This week, for Mums like me who, for whatever reason, didn’t manage to breastfeed, or not for as long as we intended, it can be a pretty crap week to get through. As I’ve said before, I’m an advocate of feeding your baby the way you want to; but sometimes it doesn’t… Read More The Reluctant Formula Feeding Mummy’s Guide to Surviving International Breastfeeding Week
In light of it being International Breastfeeding Week next week, I thought it might be a good time to discuss our short-lived breastfeeding journey. This isn’t an easy post for me to write. There’s a whole lot of Mummy guilt and heartbreak tied up in the details, and I fear sometimes that it’ll never be… Read More Our Breastfeeding “Journey”
The last few days this new term “bressure” has been popping up on all the motherhood Facebook pages and blogs – meaning the overwhelming pressure on new mothers to breastfeed and the negative impact it is having.