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  1. Changing Feeding Patterns as Baby Grows

    Changing Feeding Patterns as Baby Grows Because tummies will grow as baby gets bigger, babies will start to go longer between feeding sessions as they get older. Read more...
  2. Homemade Baby Food Recipes

    Homemade Baby Food Recipes Overwhelmed by the thought of making your own baby food? Don't be! In many cases you don't need much more than a basic saucepan and a fork. Worried about time? Invest in a small slow cooker or a blender to make the process even easier. Read more...
  3. Introducing Solids

    Introducing Solids Breastmilk is all baby needs for the first six months of life. Read more...
  4. 5 Ideas for Dealing With Separation Anxiety

    5 Ideas for Dealing With Separation Anxiety Goodbyes are tough! It can be distressing to watch your baby wailing and reaching for you as you say goodbye and head out the door, which is why separation anxiety is such a challenging stage for even the toughest parents. While separation anxiety typically flares up around 8 months, it can come sooner or later depending on the baby's personality. What is universal is that it can appear with no warning and can absolutely break a mom's heart. Knowing that, here are five little things you do can do to help Read more...
  5. Establishing a Routine with Baby

    Establishing a Routine with Baby When baby is new, feeding time will drive the routine and, on many days, it won't feel routine at all. Newborns should be fed every 2-3 hours - often even more frequently than that - and around the clock. As baby gets older, their stomach gets bigger, they'll be able to sleep for longer stretches of time, and the time between feedings will lengthen. By the time baby is six months old, you will have a sense of what their natural routine is and, if you want, you can begin to implement a more structured schedule at home. Read more...
  6. Look Who's Talking - and Walking!

    Look Who's Talking - and Walking! There are few moments more exciting than when baby says his first words or takes her first steps. Read more...
  7. How much TV can my baby safely watch?

    How much TV can my baby safely watch?

    The AAP (American Academy of Pediatrics) has said: “Television and other entertainment media should be avoided for infants and children under age 2.

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  8. Teaching by Talking to your Baby

    Teaching by Talking to your Baby Babies are like little sponges, absorbing everything they see and hear around them. The AAP (American Academy of Pediatrics) “advises parents of young children that reading aloud and talking about pictures and words in age-appropriate books can strengthen language skills, literacy development, and parent-child relationships.” Read Books – Get into the habit now of reading regularly to your baby. But... Read more...
  9. Dressing baby for changing seasons

    Dressing baby for changing seasons When it comes to dressing your baby, the most difficult season to figure out - and the one of most concern to many parents - is summer. Read more...
  10. Low Vitamin D Levels in Babies? There's a Drop for That.

    Low Vitamin D Levels in Babies?  There's a Drop for That. Breastmilk does not always provide babies with enough of one key vitamin, Vitamin D. Learn how to provide this nutrient to your breastfed baby. Read more...
  11. The Importance of Breastmilk Donation

    The Importance of Breastmilk Donation

    If you are pumping more breastmilk than you need for your family, you may want donate it. This is a personal choice, but it’s a wonderful way to help babies in need.

    Lansinoh recommends that women considering breastmilk donation look to the Human Milk Banking Association of North America (HMBANA) for detailed information and donation guidelines. We support HMBANA because they provide SAFE, PASTEURIZED donor milk and have a thorough screening process for their donors.

    We’re excited to share this amazing story from a breastfeeding mom who made an incredible donation to a HMBANA site in North Carolina:

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  12. Communicating With Your Baby Through Sign Language

    Communicating With Your Baby Through Sign Language Teaching your baby sign language can be a fun and rewarding way to start communicating with your little one before they learn to verbally make their requests. And research has shown that learning to sign may actually improve language skills! Read more...

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