Breastfeeding research tells us that short-term fasting (not eating) will not decrease milk supply, but that severe dehydration can decrease milk supply. Fasting does affect the biochemical/nutrient content…

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The reasons why some women may have a harder time losing their baby weight while breastfeeding can be diverse. For one, breastfeeding tends to increase hunger. Studies show…

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If you’re breastfeeding, postpartum breast engorgement should diminish within two to three days. After that, it’ll take a few weeks for you and your baby to work out…

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Baby showers last on average 2-3 hours, depending on what’s planned for the celebration. Plan for enough time to enjoy all of the baby shower games and activities…

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Your baby is most likely ready to transition to whole cow’s milk at 12 months old. Up until the one-year mark, she still needs breast milk or formula…

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What can I make with an old baby crib? ENTIRE CRIB: Daybed Style Bench: The Adventures of Elizabeth. Chair: Junk Blossoms. Quilt Rack: Pinterest (source unknown) Potting Bench:…

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Most babies prefer milk that’s as close to body temperature as possible. If you feel no warm sensation on your wrist, the temperature is perfect. If it’s slightly…

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Babies are often more active at certain times of day, such as after you’ve eaten a meal or when you’re lying down in bed. (In contrast, your movement…

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Put the gates up by the time your child is 5 or 6 months old and before they are crawling and walking. Keep the gates up until you…

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On average, a newborn drinks about 1.5-3 ounces (45-90 milliliters) every 2-3 hours. This amount increases as your baby grows and is able to take more at each…

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