Natural breastfeeding shells

Is this the first time you’ve heard of breastfeeding shells, which are actually an edible delicacy, where the mussel shell is reused for a new purpose? Breastfeeding shells are a 100% natural solution and a recycled product for relieving cracks and sore nipples, which can occur for most first-time mothers at the start of breastfeeding, when suddenly you have a …

5 months ago

Why is nursing slimming?

Is it a myth that breastfeeding is slimming? When I was breastfeeding, I heard “someone” say that “it’s slimming to breastfeed”. But is it really true? According to the nurse I consulted, the myth is true! The nurse said that “… when your son have a good suck of your chest it is calories you lose.” And I’ve found another …

6 years ago

Why does nursing hurt?

One of the things that I did not know when I had born my first child and was going to breastfeed was that it HURT. The first days went well, but then after a short time I felt my nipples were like open wounds. I WANTED to breastfeed if any way possible, so I was sitting there with my suddenly …

6 years ago

Why is breastfeeding a good thing?

It is not always that everything is perfect or as you expected, when you are pregnant or during a birth. Many women have a great pregnancy and love to be pregnant, and many women have easy and unproblematic births. And then there are the rest where it did not go well, or the experience did not meet the expectations! Then …

6 years ago

Myths about Breastfeeding vol. 2

There are enough crazy Myths on Breastfeeding to make your head spin. So we have set forth to deliver some facts.😉 If you get Breast inflammation you should stop Nursing? NO, You should do the exact opposite! Keep nursing. This will help empty your mammary glands. And it is important that you completely empty out one breast before moving on …

6 years ago

Myths about Breastfeeding vol. 1

When you become a mother for the first time you can almost be sure to be bombarded with ever more vivid old wives tales on Breastfeeding. But what is up and what is down with these old myths? Myth no 1: ’If you are nursing to often, it is because you do not have enough milk’ – The truth is …

6 years ago

Should you breastfeed during the night?

In the good old days (where they actually?) giving birth often meant spending maybe a week in the hospital. And the babies where taken out at night so that the mothers could get their sleep. When the kid then woke the nurse would come in and wake the mom to have her breastfeed the little one. This is not how …

6 years ago

Get a good start Nursing your first

Let me start by stating the obvious. Also when it comes to Breastfeeding the old saying ’Practice makes perfect’ surely applies. Obviously no one knows how to nurse a baby before they actually start breastfeeding. So use your network of other moms, doctors and nurses that know about nursing. You may even want to ask your mom as she was …

6 years ago

How long does Nursing take?

When you have just given birth and maybe particularly when it is your first Breastfeeding does take time. All-in-all it may take up to one hour with the nursing and a little patting on the back afterwards. When you get a little more experience and as your baby gets just a few weeks older it will be much faster and …

6 years ago

Why should you Nurse your Baby?

It 2018 and it has long be established that Babies are really well served by being breastfed – and if it is at all possible for you – we imagine you are nursing. There may sometimes be reason that some women cannot nurse their baby and luckily there are now quite good solutions for them as well – but we …

6 years ago
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    Hello. My name is Adelaide, and it´s me who writes the blog of Milker. On my blog you will find articles about breast feeding, babies, family life and much more. I'm married and have three wonderful children. I´m the one behind design, production and costumer-contact at Milker.

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