Welcome to the Kiddles hub about nursing! On this page, we’ll share out tips, tricks, and advice with all new moms looking for some advice on breastfeeding and formula feeding. We’ll discuss the benefits of breastfeeding an the details on why formula feeding really isn’t that bad.

Does breastfeeding equal success in motherhood?

It’s late Sunday afternoon as you’re power-walking to the back of the grocery store with your baby in the stroller. You look over your shoulder the whole time. And man, if you were an employee, you’d swear the person pushing that stroller was shoplifting.

But you’re not. You’re in the store to secretly buy formula milk for your baby who is starving. But why should you be ashamed of buying your baby the food he needs to fill his empty stomach?

Why is there a certain kind of shame connected to giving a baby a bottle of formula milk if you were one of those pro-breast moms?

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What are the benefits of extended breastfeeding?

According to the American Association of Pediatrics, babies should be exclusively breastfed until the age of at least six months old. After which solid foods should be supplemented by breastmilk. But a lot of moms push far beyond that point. Why? What are the benefits of extended breastfeeding? Get straight on the facts here.

Are there secrets to breastfeeding success?

You already know that breastfeeding is one of the best ways to feed your baby. And you know that it’s been a heavily debated topic for what seems to be forever. But did you know that even the most well-informed new moms are still in for some surprises when it comes to breastfeeding? Here are some breastfeeding secrets nobody told you about!

Why we should all stop bashing formula feedings:

So you’ve managed to exclusively breastfeed your baby until he started out on solids? Congratulations mom, you’ve done so well, but before you go ahead and rant about how you just don’t endorse bottle feedings and infant formula, here’s something to keep in mind:

Yes, breastfeeding may help protect your baby from obesity, infection, and illnesses, and it has a plethora of benefits for new moms too. But did you know that only 17% of UK-based moms are still breastfeeding exclusively?

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Which infant formula is best for your baby?

As a new parent, it can be a nightmarish task having to decide on which infant formula to use for your baby. With the plethora of products available on the market, it’s not easy to understand what the differences between them are. Not even mentioning how each of them might benefit your baby. This post will help you better understand the different types of infant formula, and essentially, help narrow down your options when it comes to choosing the best for your baby!