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Free tickets My sister Debbie from Gowiththeflowparenting and I are planning to have a stall at the Perth Baby Expo this year in July/ August. If you follow the link here you will be able to download free tickets. I’m getting in early so you can share this with your friends. We will be there to

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A order of new Spectra S9 plus has arrived. These are very small but powerful little pumps. Ideal for the working mum or for those that like to travel. They can double pump. They have a rechargeable battery so can be used on main power or without once the battery is charged. The complete package

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Isn’t little Minnie fantastic? Babies respond to music and rhythm as soon as they are born. They like to be rocked when they are falling asleep or they enjoy listening to their mobile while lying in their cot — to babies, music can be soothing and calming. Even at a very young age children are

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Here is some really useful information about the “normal breastfeeding relationship”

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Feeling like your upside down ?? Having information you can trust, that is not conflicting is what every new family wants. Here is a list of good websites

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Mothers, breastfeeding infants, families and the community will benefit from the creation of major new research positions in human lactation (breastfeeding) at The University of Western Australia, as a result of a $8.6 million donation provided by The Family Larsson-Rosenquist Foundation.The research team will include an Endowed Chair in Human Lactology (the first in the

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Source: Exclusively breastfed overweight infants are at the same risk of childhood overweight as formula fed overweight infants — van der Willik et al. — Archives of Disease in Childhood

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How and why loving relationships with parents and carers are critical in early child development, and how playing with your child helps development. Source: Child development and relationships | Raising Children Network

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Source: Briefings in Breastfeeding Medicine

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We had this goregous mother kangaroo with a joey in her pouch and another joey at foot feeding in our camp site, how wonderful

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Happy birthday to this now 26 year old baby and happy Mother’s Day to all the beautiful mothers out there. I’m on my camping honeymoon at the moment but still can be contacted for pump sales/hire, scales hire and breastfeeding advice.

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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.

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PRE-ORDER Stripe Wrap / Elki Baby. looking for a great baby carrier? I have it on good advice these are great!

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Hi all, Jigalong have asked me to come back and work for another 3 weeks, so I’m heading back there today. Of course I will not be available to do home visits until February 6th. Please ring if you have any breastfeeding problems you would like to discuss, we can organise FaceTime or Skype consultants

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January 2015 TALK « iMothering. here is a great talk about introducing foods to your baby, its the way to teach your baby healthy eating habits.

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CHOICE – Path to parenthood. I just stumbled across this link, it looks great for new parents

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Happy New Year Enjoying my last few days at Jigalong, I do love the outback life and seeing how the other half live. Here is Mary the nurse I’m working with holding a box containing a “black kite”. The kite was caught by Vonny ( the carer of the elderly) while he was trying to

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  Happy Christmas I hope you are all enjoying the festive season. I’m here in Jigalong working with the Martu people trying to learn from them how they breastfeed. They are the oldest surviving traditional society in the world. It’s a real privilege to be here. I’ll be back in Perth and available for home

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Building Resilience In Children | Raising Resilient In Kids. Some good reading here for parents, grandparents and other child carers.

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