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I can remember my first attempts at nursing my first baby with great fondness. It was in the hospital with lots of support and other moms to model after. Then I got home….
Breastfeeding is a skill for moms while baby seems to have great instincts about how to nurse. There is so much advice out there I can’t even start to get into who’s opinion rules. Your own opinion counts most really!
I found fantastic support with La Leche League with my first daughter who forgot how to nurse after leaving the hospital and again for my second daughter who didn’t keep up with demand when my milk came in with her. Both consultations were over the phone and helped tremendously – as did my girlfriends who backed her up!
Using a breast pump to extract milk helped me to ease the too full feeling in my breasts as many other women do. I provided milk extracted by a pump for mixing with infant cereal and for my husband to give to my daughter when I went out in the evening (although that didn’t really work, she gave up evening nursing first). It was the best help when engorged and even the comfort of cold cabbage leaves started to fail me.
Changing Ways will be introducing a breastpump from Ameda. This manufacturer offers many resources for women who breastfeed. This company does encourage and advocate for those who are breastfeeding as I investigated their reviews and website. This was an important qualifier for me as I really support those who will try to nurse, just like those who try to cloth diaper.
A mom needs support during the learning stages of caring for a newborn so here’s hoping Changing Ways can lend an extra hand here! The breast pump sold through Ameda has support from World Health Organization which is unique in this market. Contact Andria to find out more!
Check it out!
Did you know? Have you seen? A YouTube channel just for Changing Ways Diaper Service!
Since YouTube has become a major search engine online, I have discovered a wealth of information to share with you there!
Subscribe to the channel or just check out some videos and remark on your favourites!
What if your cloth diaper use was part of a larger community of usage?
What if your city/town/community promoted the use of cloth diapers to lower the cost of waste disposable?
I’m looking to figure out a Peterborough solution for this involving our city council and county council. The city of Toronto is alone in its service of composting disposable diapers because of the lack of economic support. Eastern townships in Ontario have started offering subsidies to parents for purchases towards cloth diapers.
Are you interested in this kind of green advocacy?