I have always had a passion for working with our indigenous mothers and babies. I know they can teach me soooo much about breastfeeding because their culture is very strong and breastfeeding is normal in their society. Sadly its not so normal in Western society now. We need to learn how to make it normal… Read More »
My husband and I are about to jump on a plane to Europe, I’m so excited!! We are going to Holland, Portugal and Sweden (to visit our son and his girlfriend) We had a pretty full on year last year, we got married after 31 years of being together, we had a beautiful camping honeymoon… Read More »
This is a facebook post from one of my totally awesome nieces, Casey!! She now lives in Florida USA. It was on Carry The Future, a facebook page specifically started to collect preloved baby carriers to give to refugees. What a brilliant idea. I’m going to unpack my old one today!!! This is such an… Read More »
I have had a long standing passionate desire to work with our indigenous people. They master breastfeeding so easily compared to the rest of us and I really want to learn from them how they do it so easily and successfully. My sister Debbie also works as a private lactation consultant and has the same… Read More »
The Elizabeth Clinic is officially open!!! The Elizabeth Clinic is a specialist multidisciplinary service supporting the health of mothers, fathers, babies and small children 222 Stirling Highway Claremont, Western Australia 0407 858 393 http://www.elizabethclinic.com.au/ Dr Caroline Zanetti and Dr Julia Feutrill are so pleased to be able to offer an affordable, inclusive comprehensive health service to… Read More »
What a great job I have! It’s pretty special when you get a beautiful hand written thank you card and a homemade chocolate cake for just doing your job! I want to say a big thank you to all the breastfeeding families I have seen over the years for making my job so special. I… Read More »
Milk Profile We lend BabyWeigh scales to mothers who would like to measure their milk profile by weighing their baby before and after each breastfeed or expression from each breast for a period of 24-26 hours, at home, and collecting a small (<1 mL) milk sample each time their baby is weighed. From these data… Read More »
Source: Briefings in Breastfeeding Medicine
I’ll be back in Perth the first week in February for anyone wanting a homevisit. Our indigenous people are wonderful breastfeeders! I’m learning heaps from them.
PRE-ORDER Stripe Wrap / Elki Baby. looking for a great baby carrier? I have it on good advice these are great!