A nine month old baby is refusing to drink his bottle and instead waking up more often in the middle of the night hungry, right at the developmental stage when his parents were expecting to get more, not less sleep.
An expectant mom has decided that she will not breastfeed and will start formula feeding her baby right after s/he is born. She needs advice on how to handle the potential aggressive and judgey behavior she may encounter at the hospital from doctors, nurses and lactation consultants.
A new mom knows she is unlikely able to breastfeed exclusively and will need to introduce a baby bottle. How soon can you introduce a bottle it to a breastfed baby.
Now that I can pump breastmilk successfully, how do I introduce it to my exclusively-breastfed baby?
Bottles, boobs and sippy cups, oh my!
Our daycare is pressuring us to go against our pediatrician’s advice and transition to cow’s milk early. Is it really a big deal or am I overreacting?
My 14-month-old won’t give up her morning bottle without a fight. How do I get her fully weaned without going fully crazy?
I can’t pump enough milk for my baby and I’m tired of driving myself crazy over it. Can I nurse and use formula…and learn to be okay with that?
How to make the bottle-to-sippy-cup transition as painless as possible.
Breastfeeding didn’t work out for us, but what do I say to all these nosy strangers who want to know why?
Is one really better than the other?
A first-time mom-to-be wonders where all the practical advice on pumping and bottle-feeding is.
Amalah returns from maternity leave with advice for the mother of nine-month-old who will. not. eat. anything. at. all. no.
Soy is lurking in the ingredient list of every major formula brand. Should you avoid it? CAN you avoid it?
I am currently breastfeeding my almost 4 week old son and I am very interested in getting him to take a bottle. A side note–I have a 2 year old daughter who NEVER took a bottle. I breastfed her for 13 months, exclusively. At the time it wasn’t a big deal and I wasn’t that bothered by it. But now…I NEED this little boy to take a bottle.