Tag Archives: Family

A Little Luv

I’m a sucker for a good advertising campaign, and I have to admit, when my kids were babies, “I got real and got Luvs.” After diapering child #1 in ultra brand name nappies, I was proud to be the mom … Continue reading

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Choosing Formula at a Baby-Friendly Hospital

A couple days ago I received an email from another employee at our hospital. She wrote to me about a concern I’m sure others have as well. I asked her if I could share our emails with all of you. … Continue reading

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Sweet (Daytime) Dreams

The big buzz I’m hearing about right now from other hospitals working toward Baby-Friendly designation is Nap Time.  Play a lullaby in your mind as you read this … Mid-afternoon your nurse comes in your room with a warm baby … Continue reading

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Chest-Clutching Care

Unless it’s my weight, I love measuring things. Over the years of parenting, our home has been filled with sticker charts, graphs and containers to measure kids’ progress in everything—bed-making, piano-playing, even underwear-changing. (I need another blog for that one!) … Continue reading

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5 Facts for Obstetricians

One of the best things I get to do as part of the Baby-Friendly project is speak to groups of doctors, administrators, nurses and families about what all of us can do to make breastfeeding work for mothers in our community. How … Continue reading

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