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Breastfeeding

Breastfeeding

Increase Your Milk Supply

by admin on July 25, 2012

Are you a nursing mother? Do you need to increase your milk supply? I’m going to give you five quick tips to getting that baby nourishment flowing! 1 – Nurse that baby all day and all night! Forget the clock, and nurse your little one whenever they want to. The more they demand, the more [...]

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Breastfeeding Money Savings

by admin on March 5, 2010

One of the biggest natural parenting behaviors I support is breastfeeding.  It is a beautiful, healthy, and natural practice that greatly magnifies the bond I share with my son.  There is nothing else like it. . It’s amazing that mothers are able to nourish and feed their children using their breasts.  We don’t have to warm them, [...]

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Go Raw While Breastfeeding – Chlorella

by admin on February 27, 2010

I watched a video on YouTube earlier about whether or not it was safe to go raw while breastfeeding.  Like many people, my main concern is that the toxins my body gets rid of will be released into my breast milk, which obviously could be harmful to my son.  . Most people I’ve talked to [...]

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We Have A Code Wheat, I Mean White

by admin on February 8, 2010

I was reading a book yesterday, and the author brought up something I had never heard before.  It had to do with assigning color codes to people’s levels of awareness (I think it may have originated in the military).  The codes are as follows: White – Unaware Yellow – Attentive Orange – Focus is directed [...]

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What Is Natural Parenting?

by admin on January 22, 2010

I’ve been thinking about this a lot lately, as I can’t seem to find a definitive answer anywhere that I look.  Not that I really need someone to tell me what being a natural parent is, but it’s still nice to know what people are thinking when I tell them I’m trying to be one. [...]

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