Feeding your infant provides more than just good nutrition. It also gives you a chance to hold your newborn close, cuddle him, and make eye contact. These are relaxing and enjoyable moments for you both, and they bring you closer together emotionally.

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A Breastfeeding Checklist: Are You Nursing Correctly?
A Message for Dads
Benefits of Breastfeeding for Mom
Birth Control and Breastfeeding
Breastfeeding After Cesarean Delivery
Breastfeeding and Sexuality
Breastfeeding as a Form of Contraception
Breastfeeding Benefits Your Baby's Immune System
Breastfeeding May Reduce Allergies
Breastfeeding Mealtime Milestones
Breastfeeding On Demand
Breastfeeding Positions
Breastfeeding Routine
Breastmilk and Your Diet
Chemicals in Breastmilk: Not a Risk
Clogged Milk Ducts
Colostrum: Your Baby's First Meal
Common Feeding Problems
Common Myths About Breastfeeding
Continuing Breastfeeding Beyond The First Year
Dad's Role in Breastfeeding
Decreased Milk Supply
Discomfort When Breastfeeding
Eating for Two: Your Diet And Breastfeeding
Ensuring Proper Latch On
Establishing a Breastfeeding Routine
Expressing Breastmilk On The Job
Facts For Fathers About Breastfeeding
Family Pressures to Bottle Feed
Feeding Patterns in Nursing
From Breastmilk to Solid Foods
Fruit Juice While Breastfeeding
Getting Out and About With Baby
Hand Expressing Milk
Hiccups, Spit-ups and Burps
How a Healthy Diet Helps You Breastfeed
How Often To Breastfeed
How to Nurse on an Airplane
How to Tell if Baby is Getting Enough Milk
If Your Baby Has Jaundice
If You've Had Surgery
Inducing Lactation: Breastfeeding for Adoptive Moms
Infant Allergies and Food Sensitivities
Information For Vegetarians
Introducing the Bottle
Keeping Up Your Milk Supply
Keeping Your Partner Actively Involved
Making Sure Your Baby is Getting Enough Milk
Managing Older Siblings While Breastfeeding
Medications and Breastfeeding
Milk Supply
Mom's Diet
Monitoring Your Baby's Feeding
Nursing Cramps
Nursing During Pregnancy
Nursing Supplies
Nursing Your Toddler to Sleep
Positions For Breastfeeding
Possible Problems: Inverted, Flat, or Pierced Nipples
Providing Breastmilk for Premature and Ill Newborns
Psychological Benefits of Breastfeeding
Returning To School
Returning To Work
Selecting A Caregiver Who Supports Breastfeeding
Separated Parents and Breastfeeding Baby
Serious Illnesses and Breastfeeding
Settling In: The First Few Weeks of Breastfeeding
Sleep Deprivation and Breastfeeding
Sleeping Through the Night
Storing and Preparing Expressed Breast Milk
Supply and Demand
The First Feeding
Things to Avoid When Breastfeeding
Toddlers and Breastfeeding
Transitional Milk and Mature Milk
Treating Breast Pain
Twins and Other Multiples
Vitamins for Breastfed Babies
Warning Signs of Breastfeeding Problems
Weaning Your Baby
When Babies Fall Asleep During Feedings
When Babies Lose Interest
When Mom Gets Sick: Minor Illnesses and Infections While Breastfeeding
When Not To Wean
When Your Baby Gets Teeth
Where We Stand: Breastfeeding
Why Breastfeed
Working Together: Breastfeeding and Solid Foods

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