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Welcome to Stylishmamas' blog! This is where we have our interactive community and are free to express ourselves and share ideas! As we all know, breastfeeding is a wonderful and natural thing but it can also be very hard and challenging. This is where our members are free to ask and share ideas no matter how big or small. Remember we were all once first timers and what may seem obvious to a been-there mum may not be to a first timer so please don't be shy to contribute and also let us be considerate of each other's problems. So, if you are a first time mum or if you just need a little bit of help or encouragement with something - ask away! We are here to help each other out. Welcome to our community! :)

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Working Mothers And Breastfeeding.

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Mothers Who Work 19 Hours or Less Per Week More Likely to Continue Breastfeeding Than Mothers Working Longer Hours.

Breastfeeding fact of the week! May (week 3) 2016.

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Producing breast milk or brain function - Which one consumes more body energy?

Breastfeeding Crisis In The UK.

Open letter on the current crisis on breastfeeding in the UK – mothers are being let down.

Breastmilk Changes.

Did you know that Breastmilk changes to suit the baby's developmental needs?

Must have list when Breastfeeding!

Your Initial must have list when Breastfeeding.

Breastfeeding is a very demanding job and as such, you will need to sit down and think about what you are going to need when you start breastfeeding. I know this can seem daunting especially if it is your first time but just like any else, you will soon be a pro after a little push from been-there-done-that mums and breastfeeding experts out there! Just to start you off, I have put down a small list of things that I did find quite useful in my journey especially in those first few months of breastfeeding. You might find that your needs may be slightly different to mine but generally we all start off with the same things so here we go!

The Joys of Night Time Breastfeeding!

When it comes to night feeds, every parent will tell you that this is one of the most challenging jobs in those first few weeks and months of your little bundle of joy's life. As little as they may be, they will leave you feeling like you just had a serious one-on-one kick boxing match with a truck! (And that is just the fun bit! :)

Breastfeeding fact of the week! April (week 1) 2016.

Did you know that breast milk helps develop your baby's immature digestive system when they are born!

A bright road to normalising breastfeeding?

Breastfeeding is one of nature's most beautiful acts in the sense that a parent is directly providing nourishment for her young ones just as much as she did when she was pregnant.

Food and Drink: Does it really matter when breastfeeding?

Food and drink: What is best when breastfeeding?

While breastfeeding, it is best to lose the extra weight gradually, using healthy eating principles and adding in some extra exercise. A loss of up to about half a kilo per week is safe for breastfeeding mothers. Don't use crash or fad diets, where you lose weight quickly when you are breastfeeding. This can have a major impact on the amount of breast milk you produce and its nutrition as a whole.

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