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❤❤❤❤❤ Gas and fuss are gone now and she doesn’t overeat like before! She’s like a whole new baby. ~ Christina M.
Overfeeding your baby is one of the most common leading causes of gas, spit-ups and lethargic behavior. It can cause symptoms similar to GER (gastroesophageal reflux). It may cause your baby to lose weight due to the constant vomiting. Or gain too much because of the extra calories. In other words, overfeeding causes a lot…
What is colic in babies? Colic in babies is defined as the intense crying that may seem more like screaming or an expression of pain, according to Mayo Clinic. While most sources unanimously conclude that the cause is unknown, they all agree that is mostly due to pain or discomfort related to the digestive system.
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GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease) symptoms are incredibly painful for babies. Also known as Acid Reflux, GERD is a condition affecting two-thirds of babies according to the U.S. national statistics. The great news is that GERD statistics are much lower in breastfed babies.
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Your baby has GER, How can you tell? Ask your pediatrician!. Paying attention to the symptoms can help you verbalize the problem to your doctor. GER (Gastroesophageal reflux) symptoms may vary greatly depending on the type and degree. The long-term recurrence of GER is called GERD (Gastroesophageal reflux disease). GERD includes irritation to the internal organs….
These breastfeeding secrets from experienced moms are the real deal! Breastfeeding doesn’t always happen easily and intuitively, but it is something you can learn and master.
There are many unexpected reasons your baby can be admitted to the NICU. According to this article on parenting magazine, 10% to 15% of babies enter the NICU each year. While the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)’s primary function is for emergencies, severe conditions, and premature babies, some admissions are highly preventable. For example excessive…
❤❤❤❤❤ Breastfeeding Twins, Twinfeeder, breastfeeding, mom-blogger, and Instagram-sensation Jennifer Mancuso uses Bare® Air-free with her twins!Head over to Instagram and wow yourself with her tandem feeding pictures!!! ~ @jennifer.mancuso
❤❤❤❤❤ Lip tie baby feeds with Bare® Air-free and helps to establish the breastfeeding relationship. “I had a baby with a lip tie and the Bare bottles helped tremendously during the time between birth and clipping of the lip tie.” ~ Anastasia W., The Big Latch On organizer
❤❤❤❤❤ Pace feeding is not just for the breastfed baby. Isaac was bottle fed and feeding at his own pace helped him overcome fuss. “As soon as I fed Isaac with it, he loved it. He was able to drink at his own pace and looked happily satisfied, calmed and comfortable”. ~ Maria Camacho, mom…
Support The Big Latch On this Saturday, August 4, in Dyersburg, TN. We are thrilled to support and promote The Big Latch On events happening all over the world! We interviewed Anastasia Waldron, organizer of The Big Latch On event in Dyersburg, TN. Here’s what she had to say:
❤❤❤❤❤ Stop baby spit-up!. “I got the Bare® Air-free [bottles] as a gift for my friend’s six-week-old baby, who has acid reflux. He is no longer spitting up half of his bottle…” ~ Anna C. from Princeton MN