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PediMom, Dr. Free N. Hess. Feb 22
A fed baby is a healthy baby, whether that’s by breastmilk or formula. The Baby Friendly Initiative needs an overhaul, it’s risking the physical health of infants & the mental health if mothers.
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Catelynn Baltierra Aug 1
PT2: healthy & able 2 connect & bond w/ baby still!! Stop PUSHING girls 2 feel like that HAVE to breastfeed or they r not just as good of a mother! In my opinion and we need to support moms in whatever they choose... okay rant over 🤗
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Dr. Philippe Chouinard Nov 23
Study shows ‘baby-friendly’ hospitals have worse post-discharge breastfeeding rates than those without the designation. Feeding your child isn’t ‘one size fits all’, individualization is key to success. via
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Tyler Baltierra Jul 28
& Vaeda is the happiest, healthiest little baby I have ever seen! So, a little advice to all of you “Pinterest Perfect Parents”, If that baby didn’t develop in your uterus, you don’t have a right to say what’s best for that baby. PERIOD. 🙏🏻❤️✌🏻
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Dr. Kristen Stuppy Sep 28
I've been saying for years that the "breastfeeding friendly" designation has increased anxiety among breastfeeding moms and hindered successful breastfeeding. Now research supports my position.
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Julie Gunlock Feb 21
This story...just wow! I was just like this as a new mom but its comforting to know even doctors become overwhelmed and guilt-ridden by the breast is best message. Every pregnant or new mom should read this.
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Dr. Zubin Damania Jul 12
It's satire people, but let's be honest... has "Breast is Best" led to shaming and worse? The comments on Facebook suggest a resounding YES. A brand new Medimoji -->Lacy The Lactation Shark
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Dan Freedman Nov 20
This is a horrible & preventable tragedy. Seeing moms cry in clinic bc they struggled to breastfeed & were told that formula would harm their child is when I gave up the nonsense "breast is best" slogan. Weak evidence for my slogan "breast is marginally better" overall
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Forever My Little Moon Aug 1
Here is why I stopped : Don't let pressure force you to continue something just because it's "best" if it's affecting your health and your baby's health.
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U.S. Coast Guard Aug 2
Breastfeeding is a very personal topic and can be very stressful. Our goal this week is to highlight Coast Guard policies that provide support to breastfeeding moms, but ultimately- a fed baby is a happy baby!
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Maggaswag Mar 18
I attended the hospital breastfeeding support group today. I had anxiety about it due to BF struggles with C. B weighed 7 lbs 10 oz at birth, 7 lbs 4 oz on 3/15 discharge day. B gained 9 oz in 3 days, I cried happy tears. Combo feeding is working for us! 💕
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mama Feb 22
Replying to @momminghardmama
Why do people think it’s okay to shame a mom for formula feeding their baby? I didn’t choose this. And even if I did, that’s none of your business.
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J. Veasley Jun 27
Just pumped 10oz. 💪🏾 Today’s gonna be a great damn day but now we nap!!! 🙌🏾
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Non Maternal Mum Apr 21
My own mother is now shaming me for using formula!! Even though I’m not actually using formula yet!! 🤦‍♀️ Even if I was.... 1) Keep your opinions to yourself 2) FED IS BEST
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allie Jul 10
nothing pisses me off more than moms who shame other moms for NOT BREASTFEEDING!! that shit is hard as fuck mentally and physically and why does it matter? my baby is fed and happy!! my baby doesn’t have a “lower IQ” bc of it 😒 my happily formula fed baby:
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Nisha Khot 🇮🇳🇬🇧🇦🇺 Aug 6
On the last day of this picture sums it all up beautifully. ~Breast, bottle, tube ~Days, months, years ~Exclusive, mixed What every woman, baby & family needs is - Support - Information - Freedom from judgement
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Dr. Jenn Peds Aug 11
I have sat and comforted so many mothers who have started sobbing when we talked about adding formula when the baby just needs to eat more. We need to be more open with the actual degree of positive impact of breastfeeding.
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Alexandra de Leon Oct 16
Some pictures are worth 1000 words, but for one Henderson photographer, shes’s happy with just 3: The message and story behind what this photo means on . (📸: Felicia Saunders Photography)
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Grumpy Pediatrician Aug 14
Replying to @SBMPediatrics
I am sick and tired of admitting dehydrated, hypoglycemic, jaundiced, exclusively breast-fed babies to the hospital. “Breast is best” only if it’s good for both mom and baby otherwise . (Good lactation consultants still rock!) Lay off the friggin guilt trips!
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𝔸𝕊𝕡𝕝𝕒𝕤𝕙𝕆𝕗ℍ𝕠𝕥ℂ𝕠ℂ𝕠 ❄️ Dec 31
We’re out to eat a new local sports bar & I fed Easton while we’re here. The manager left this on our ticket along with a discount 😭😍
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