Wednesday , 13 December 2017

Baby & Toddler

The most beautiful photo of skin-to-skin contact

  This gorgeous photo capturing the beauty and benefits of skin-to-skin contact with newborn babies has melted our hearts. The photo shows a tender moment as the babies’ big brother and dad both snuggle in a hospital bed, to give skin-to-skin contact to the latest additions to their family, newborn twin babies. It’s a real celebration of family and the …

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A Mom Is Accidentally Suspended By Facebook After Posting A Breastfeeding Photo

A mother’s breastfeeding photo uploads gets nasty comments and her account was then temporarily barred by Facebook, calling for a larger idea on why breast-feeding is so stigmatized? Breastfeeding just like other physiological and natural processes of a woman’s body has somehow again garnered ill-fated public reactions when posted online. This includes Facebook barring her account, which they later amended …

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This Mom’s Nude Post Will Put the Kibosh on Anyone Who Calls Breastfeeding Sexual

Chantel Quick has a serious PSA for anyone who feels that women should be forced to cover up or feel embarrassed for doing what the female body was made to do: breastfeed. Chantel, who’s a doula, gynecological teaching associate, and blogger at Earth Based Mom, explained in an Instagram post how breastfeeding her little one has truly been a liberating experience. “This feels …

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Kindhearted 5-Year-Old Raises Over $600 So Classmates Can Have Milk Every Day

It’s a rule in 5-year-old Sunshine Oelfke’s house that she has milk with every meal. So it came as a surprise during school one day when one of her classmates didn’t have milk during snack time. Concerned her friend couldn’t buy milk for themselves, Sunshine decided to bring money the next day so her friend could have it. Her generous gesture …

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When Adults Choose Not To Vaccinate Against Measles, Babies Pay The Price

The U.S. has made major progress against measles over the years. But that doesn’t mean we couldn’t backslide. When adults choose not to vaccinate themselves or their children against measles, it’s babies and toddlers who suffer most. In a new analysis of all measles cases from 2001 to 2015, researchers from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that …

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