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Description Polly Magic is Chicco new highchair that is ideal for newborn babies at home, and due to the various user functions, right through to when they are 3 years old. For babies from 0 to 6 months of age it... more

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Review of Vitabiotics Pregnacare Breast-feeding

Excellent

“Breastfeeding vitamins”

published 14/03/2012

Good for healthy mother and baby

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...When I was pregnant I was very conscientious about taking my pregnancy vitamins as they help the baby's growth and development and also protect against them developing various illnesses in the womb. I believe they were also good for my body too, replacing all the nutrients that I was losing to the little life inside me. Now that I am breastfeeding I still feel it is important to carry on taking...

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Review of Member Advice on Breastfeeding

Excellent

Free, easy, promotes bonding and is said to be the healthiest feeding choice.

Can be difficult to have the courage to feed baby in public

...BREAST MILK IS FREE! I am completely in favour of breastfeeding and have breast fed all four of my children. However, I in no way, wish to say that it is the right choice for everyone. I breast fed because I wanted to and not because anyone told me to. In fact there weren't many in my family or my circle of friends who chose to breastfeed at this time. I quite simply had never...

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Review of Member Advice on Breastfeeding

Excellent

“Adoptive Breastfeeding”

published 27/10/2002

Physical Benefits For Baby, Emotional Benefits For Mum

May Be Difficult To Initiate, May Require Medication

...titled adoptive breastfeeding, something I had never heard of before, and so I read on. The article described one women’s successful adoption and subsequent breastfeeding of her child, and although not relevant to me, I had not previously considered it possible for a women to breastfeed a child without having given birth herself and I found it interesting. I had often read in novels that yea...

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