There’s a picture going around the Internet at the moment of a tweet from Caroline Hirons. This tweet says…”I can’t believe it’s 2018 and we’re still discussing breast vs formula like it really matters at the end of the day.
On Tuesday, new advice from the Royal College of Midwives was released saying that new mothers must be respected if they decide to bottle feed their new baby. As expected, this raised a lot of opinions from parents, one who
Nearly a week ago, Archie had his last breastfeed. It’s the perfect memory. It was about 5am and he’d come into our bed after sleeping all night. He still looked tired so we snuggled down under the warm duvet and
I’ve been exclusively breastfeeding for nearly 14 months now. Archie still won’t take a bottle so all of his liquid intake comes from me. He occasionally takes his brothers fruit shoot or drinks cows milk from a straw but if
I’ve been breastfeeding Archer for almost 7 weeks now. He’s exclusively breastfed, meaning he’s had no formula..just Mummy’s magic milk. For the record, I don’t have anything against formula. I combination fed Henry until he was 9 weeks old and