Presented by Daniel Toriola Infant bottle feeding or breastfeeding schedules quickly alter as your baby grows. Solid food is introduced during the first year, and breast milk or formula is decreased. Click here to know more Host Unlimited Domains With Our Reseller Plans! Pay fixed rate and Charge Your Clients Whatever You Want! Also available Private Label Hosting with Anonymous name servers, Free Unlimited SiteBuilder Licenses, etc. Click here to know more Breastfeeding Laughs - A Humorous Look At The Benefits Of Breastfeeding By Deanna Mascle More than a few heated discussions have broken out between mothers who breastfeed and those who have chosen the bottle over the breast. While there are documented physical and emotional benefits of breastfeeding, bottle feeding mothers contend that the benefits of breastfeeding can be reproduced during bottle feeding sessions and breastfeeding is not worth the inconveniences and discomfort. A mother's personal choice ultimately decides if her child will be bottle or breast fed. Rather than argue the facts, let's take a humorous look at some of the benefits of breastfeeding your baby. One great perk of breastfeeding is that you get to wear sexy, easy access, nursing clothes. Most nursing clothes are designed to allow your infant easy access to the breast. This feature is a great convenience, but it also can lead to inadvertent breast flashes in public if your nursing clothes are not properly secured after feeding your infant. If you find people following you around while out in public, check your shirt. You get to join the stylish trend of baby wearing. Breast fed infants often nurse more frequently than bottle fed infants. This can lead to the feeling that your child is always attached to your breast. Baby wearing can be seen in malls, grocery stores and parks across the nation. Baby slings, swaths and holsters are sold that encourage a nursing mother to flaunt her baby wearing style. Some even offer anytime access to the breast- a very nice perk for the infant. Another wonderful benefit of breastfeeding is the delightful experience of public breast feeding. Curious onlookers and the not-so-subtle glances of those hoping to catch a glimpse of an exposed breast add to the excitement and tension of trying to nurse your hungry infant in public. Many women cringe at the thought of public breast feeding, choosing instead to nurse their infants in bathroom stalls and the back seats of cars. Public breastfeeding for some is an invitation to be free and let it all hang out. Heaven help the poor soul who makes a snide comment or stares too long at this hormonal, sleep deprived mother. This brings us to the classic sore nipples. There is just no other experience that compares to allowing a hungry infant to chomp, suck, chew and grab a breast that is plagued by bruised, cracked and sore nipples. No amount of prenatal education or coaching by the La Leche League can prepare you properly for sore nipples- it must be experienced to be appreciated. Viewing the unpleasant aspects of breastfeeding with a little humour can help breastfeeding mothers Vert's On-Lign Magazine Horace Pickles Compendium - a Humorous E-Book. Page 1 Presented by Daniel Toriola cope. Breastfeeding is a wonderful experience and has documented health benefits for both mother and baby. The potential pain and humiliation of breastfeeding an infant are endured with a smile by those women who choose to breastfeed their baby for the wonderful physical and emotional benefits of breastfeeding. Learn more about breastfeeding baby at http://www.squidoo.com/breastfeedingbaby That's Comedy! - The Net's #1 Joke eBook Over 460 Pages of Little Snickers, Medium-Sized Chuckles, and Great Big Belly Laughs. Page 2 Presented by Daniel Toriola A Glance at Breastfeeding By Rika Subana So, you want to regain your figure after delivery your baby? Well, it is one of many benefits of breastfeeding. But before we go deeper into breastfeeding stuffs, let’s find out what it is. Breastfeeding is giving human breast milk to infants to meet their nutritional needs. Breastfeeding your baby (directly from your breast) can only be done by you. It can be done exclusively or can be supplemented with bottle feeding. By doing breastfeeding, you provide breast milk which is the best source of nutrition for the first 6 months of life. Breast milk contains appropriate amounts of carbohydrate, protein, and fat, and provides digestive enzymes, minerals, vitamins, and hormones that infants require. Breastfeeding also gives your baby antibodies from you that can help the baby resist infections. Even more, many experts recommend that you should do breastfeeding your baby within the first 30 minutes of life. Here, some benefits of breastfeeding for your baby: •Breastfeeding has all the nutrients that a baby needs. •Breastfeeding can easily be digested by the baby. •Breastfeeding protects the baby from illnesses by providing immunity. •Breastfeeding is readily available for the baby and is always at the right temperature. And, these are some benefits of breastfeeding for you, mother: •Once you master the art of breastfeeding, feeding baby will be very convenient for you. You will not need to worry about washing and sterilizing bottles, preparing feeds, boiling water, etc. •Breastfeeding will help you regain your figure faster than if you were not breast feeding. •Breastfeeding also reduces the risks of breast and ovarian cancer. •Breastfeeding acts as a natural contraceptive (but you should not rely on it) and helps you space your babies by delaying conception. When you do breastfeeding, you must find the perfect position for you and your baby. Try several positions until you find the perfect one for you and your baby. The biggest thing to worry about in feeding baby is getting a proper latch. This will help you avoid sore nipples. This can be related to positioning. by urique - http://www.baby-feeding-guide.com Rika Subana (Urique is her nickname) is an Indonesian, married, and had formal education in Communications. A former reporter and country editor, she is now a freelance writer on parenting and fashion. 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