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Description The Koo-di Pack-It Seat Harness can be fitted to most dining chairs and is ideal to use when travelling or eating out when a highchair is not available. Features Adjustable straps to fit different siz... more

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“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...

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Review of Vitabiotics Pregnacare Breast-feeding

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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...

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Review of Member Advice on Breastfeeding

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“Adoptive Breastfeeding”

published 27/10/2002

Physical Benefits For Baby, Emotional Benefits For Mum

May Be Difficult To Initiate, May Require Medication

Why would a women want to breast-feed a child she had not given birth to? The answer is because its not just the act of giving birth that makes a mother. In today’s society, some women become mothers by adoption or surrogacy. The act of surrogacy is legal in the UK, although on an expenses...

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