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Weaning of babies younger than one year old – WEANING TIPS

Weaning of babies younger than one year old – WEANING TIPS

When we have talked about weaning before, we have tended to focus on babies over the age of one year old. In this blog post, we’re going to talk about weaning when babies are younger than a year old or even a few months or days old. As you know, you can consult in the LactApp app for further information about weaning at any age and situation, so that you will have all the information possible in your hands and…

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What I mean by respected childbirth

What I mean by respected childbirth

When we talk about respected childbirth, each person can feel it or live it in a way, and that is that we could see it from many perspectives … the mother, the couple, the baby, the midwife, the assistant, the obstetrician …   Each person could give a different definition of what a respected birth is for her, and in the end although we could, in fact there are protocols with items that advocate for the respected birth, the experience,…

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10 Tips on Weaning a Baby Older than 1 Year

10 Tips on Weaning a Baby Older than 1 Year

Weaning is a star topic in the LactApp’s app, and that’s because it’s still a taboo topic. On the net you can find a lot of information about breastfeeding, especially the first months, but when we cross the barrier of the year, the information becomes scarce and often poor or unrealistic.   It is important to start from the premise that we often only treat as ideal those weanings that are done naturally or very gradually, but let me tell…

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5 expectations vs 5 realities of motherhood

5 expectations vs 5 realities of motherhood

1 Expectations: The baby wants to breastfeed all day because the breast works on demand but do not worry that as the baby grows, the feedings will be spaced out and the baby will claim you less. Reality: Baby feeds do not decrease in number over time, they may even increase. What you may notice is that during the first few days you spend a lot of time breastfeeding because the baby is very small and needs to rest while…

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