Excited to see my first guest post online, over at and Jacob makes three – thanks, Kelly!
Welcome back to the 5th instalment of my breastfeeding guest series. This week Mini Mummi Blogger shares her painful initial experiences of breastfeeding little J, and how she sorted out the problem. Mini Mummy Blogger’s breastfeeding experiences Even before becoming pregnant, I just assumed that I…
So excited to be collaborating with Hannah from The Peaceful Mama and Peaceful Doula Company on my very first guest blogging series!
Hannah is launching her new retreats business and overhauling her coaching packages with amazing offers for our readers coming in October!
Stay tuned for the first post in the series, coming next week!
Being able to express breastmilk can bring you a little bit of freedom when looking after an infant. Whether it is so that you can get someone else to feed your baby so that you can have a break or get stuff done, or to give your boobs some respite during those periods where your little one seems to eat all day, giving your baby expressed breastmilk ensures that they have the best source of nourishment possible.
The other day, as I scrubbed my breast pump and packed the steriliser full of baby bottles for the umpteenth time, I began to wonder how much longer I need to continue sterilising my little man’s bottles. A Google search brought up lots of forum threads about this but not a lot of authoritative sources.
When you have a baby – particularly an infant – you tend to feel like you’re changing nappies nonstop! It can be a challenge if your little one fusses a lot at nappy time.
In the first couple of months, my little man hated nappy time because it meant having a bare bum. He did not like being naked, even in preparation for a warm bath. He’d cry inconsolably, which would stress me out and make me dread nappy time, too.