Breastfeeding isn't just best for baby. There are significant medical, emotional and financial benefits for nursing moms. It is also one of the best ways to bond with your baby.

Cluster Feeding
Babies do not come with an instruction manual and they are figuring things out just like you.
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Nursing Strike
Nursing strikes happen when your baby is so distracted by all her new discoveries that she seems disinterested in nursing and may refuse the breast.
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Almost Six Months: Continued Benefits of Breastfeeding
It's hard to believe that your baby is almost six months old!
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Teething and Biting when Breastfeeding
Teething can be very painful for babies. It's normal for your baby to want to bite down or rub her swollen gums on something for relief...
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What's A Nipple Shield and Do I Need One?
A nipple shield is a breastfeeding accessory that can help moms overcome common breastfeeding challenges.
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Weaning from a nipple shield

If you have been successfully breastfeeding your baby with the help of a nipple shield, it can feel scary to think about trying to nurse without it. 

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Breastfeeding Twins at Home with Help
Nursing one baby for the first time is hard enough, but the thought of nursing two babies can feel overwhelming.
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Can I Take Medicine while Breastfeeding?
Whatever a mother puts in her body will find its way into her breastmilk, so it's understandable that moms are concerned about taking medicine - including over-the-counter (OTC) drugs - while breastfeeding.
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8 Things to Tell the Babysitter About Feeding your Breastfed Baby
Whether you need a full-time nanny or your mother-in-law has offered to watch the baby for date night, make sure your caregiver knows the eight basic principles for watching breastfed babies.
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