Sunday, June 18, 2017

LLL Mtg--Fussy Babies: Myths and Misconceptions

Have you ever felt like your baby might be colicky? fussy? high needs? Or do you dread the question from well-meaning grannies at the post office: "Is s/he a Good Baby?" Many breastfeeding mothers are surprised by how "needy" our babies are...until we compare notes with other families! 

At next week's meeting we'll talk about how our babies might not match our (or society's) expectations. We'll discuss what kind of myths and misconceptions are floating around about babies and breastfeeding, and how to remain confident in our parenting choices. We'll also share techniques we've found to help our babies and ourselves move through some of the tougher times.

There will also be time to share breastfeeding questions, concerns, and successes!

See you at 10am Tuesday, June 20
Sunnyside Presbyterian Church 
115 S. Francis St. South Bend, IN

The always straight-to-the-point Milk Meg takes on a myriad of ways breastfeeding is used as a scapegoat:

Here's some info about high need babies from the always-supportive and understanding Dr. Sears:

Wondering if and how you need to change your diet as a breastfeeding mother? Not as much as you may have been told!

Quick ideas for fussy times:

Here are some common myths that can dissuade women from breastfeeding:
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