If a breastfeeding mother is summonsed to take part in jury service, she can ask for this to be deferred. See our article Breastfeeding and Jury Service However, sometimes a breastfeeding mother is summonsed as a witness in a court case, either because she has previously provided evidence in a … [Read more...] about When a Breastfeeding Mother is called as a Court Witness
Weaning is the process whereby a child learns to take nourishment other than his mother’s milk. It starts when the child is introduced to foods and drinks in addition to breastmilk, and ends when he ﬁnally stops nursing. Introducing a baby to the exciting world of food alongside breastfeeding is … [Read more...] about Thinking of Weaning?
Combining motherhood with paid employment is a challenge—but continuing to breastfeed can make it easier. Stopping breastfeeding increases your baby’s risk of illness, and the effort involved in buying, preparing and storing formula can be a major hassle. Continued nursing can be a comfort to you … [Read more...] about Workday Practicalities
“Mothering through breastfeeding is the most natural and effective way of understanding and satisfying the needs of the baby.” - La Leche League International Nature intended mothers and babies to stay together as much as possible because breastfeeding is the normal way to care for a baby - … [Read more...] about When Mum Can’t Be There
When you and your baby have a satisfying breastfeeding relationship, preparing for any separation can leave you with mixed feelings. This is regardless of whether you’ll be away from your baby for just an hour or two, or longer. You may be concerned about whether your baby will take your expressed … [Read more...] about If You Leave Your Baby