No matter how old you get a mother who loves her child will always do for her child. Yes she is grown and she is a mother herself and a great mom at that, but I'm a great loving mom too and yes I will be there when she is ill doing all the things she does for her children because it's called love, all daughters and moms need a rest, help and love. It helps a woman to continue to be great!
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- Your baby can identify you through the smell of your breastmilk.
- Breastmilk produced for boys contains 25% more calories than for girls.
- Breastmilk influences your baby's immune system.
- And can impact on your baby's lifelong taste preferences.
- Every mother's breastmilk is unique.
- As it nurtures, nourishes and protects.
- It builds the bond between you and your baby.
Create: 12/31/2016 - 04:58
6 things you didn't know about your boobs while you're breastfeeding:
1. Weight, What? Your breasts can again up to 2 pounds each to prep for feeding your baby.
2. Right On! Most moms make more milk in their right breast than their left - and it has nothing to do with being left or right-handed.
Create: 12/20/2016 - 11:25
A woman with a rare form of dwarfism gave birth to a healthy, baby boy. Tiffanie DiDonato had limited space for her baby to grow. "I look like I swallowed a beach ball," DiDonato joked.
She has to use crutches because her bump could cause her to fall. She gets help from her husband Eric. As a teen, she underwent limb lengthening surgery that added 14 inches to her height.
Create: 12/09/2016 - 08:28
25-year-old Collins from Cameroon was rescued by the Dignity I, one of the MSF rescue ships in the Mediterranean. 240 people were rescued that morning( 20 October 2015). In the rubber boat she was travelling in, there were 120 people, with six children among them. She was nine months pregnant.
Create: 12/09/2016 - 07:24
Childbirth photos are always gorgeous and empowering, but a recent set shows a beautiful labor and delivery scene we rarely get to see: a joyful mother welcoming her son into the world via a surrogate mother.
Texas birth photographer Leilani Rogers shared a stunning photo series on Facebook that shows mom Kim Overton watching in tears as her son, Oliver, is born. Overton’s son was carried by her cousin’s daughter, Cydnee, who volunteered to act as a surrogate after hearing about Kim’s struggles to conceive due to fibroid tumors.
Create: 11/23/2016 - 02:04
Making sure that parents get a skin-to-skin connection to their baby not long after birth helps in stabilization in vitals for both mom and baby, and to initiate an early and strong connection in breastfeeding.
Create: 10/14/2016 - 11:56
The whole point of breasts are to feed children and if you can't separate what the breast's actual function is from what you would like them to be, maybe you shouldn't be in public at all.
I would buy bras and one hour they would fit and then the next hour they'd be too small and then the next hour they'd be too big and then the next hour they would fit again. They're changing in size every hour based on how much milk there is and then when they're too full, they just pour milk everywhere.
Create: 07/25/2016 - 11:15
On March 18, 2014, the Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas, Texas welcomed the first set of quintuplets born under their care into the world. The parents, Steven and Michelle Seal, were naturally ecstatic about their newborn set of "Sweet Seals." This pregnancy was Michelle's last attempt at having any more kids, and lo and behold, she got five all at once! It just goes to show, you've got to be careful what you wish for.
Create: 07/18/2016 - 10:07
The umbilical cord is the first tangible connection between a mother and baby. For nine long months, with the placenta it nourishes and supports the baby in the mother’s womb as it grows.
These photos taken by Denver Photographer Monet Nicole capture the beauty of the umbilical cord. The umbilical cord nurtured and kept your baby alive for 9 months and it is truly amazing, yet it is often not celebrated or photographed.