When breastfeeding doesn’t work out Throughout time there have always been mothers who’s bodies cannot produce enough milk for their baby’s needs or for other reasons breastfeeding has just not worked. When experience has failed to meet expectations the situation can result in a grave personal sense of loss for the new mother. Emotions…
Channel 9 interviewed me briefly yesterday about this topic. Perhaps it sounded like I condoned drinking alcohol and breastfeeding, the interview was heavily edited. Have a good look at this link to the ABA website, its got it all there. Alcohol and breastfeeding | Australian Breastfeeding Association.
SENSE-ational Mealtimes. a great new book to help parents deal with their child’s unique sensory preferences and experiences
Here is some really useful information about the “normal breastfeeding relationship”