The following is a guest review by Adina Abergal
spent the next few hours learning, laughing and exploring this incredible resource.
teach in an easy and fun way, as well as hundreds of articles covering topics including adding solids, colds and flus, breast infections, twins, triplets and more. It looks like Sara has answered every question a new or seasoned mom might have. There are also lots of pictures that help users recognize and identify a problem so they can use the search feature to find explicit advice on how to find a solution. And for moms who need a little stress release, the videos in the humor section made me laugh out loud.
remedies. As a nursing mother, I wanted
to use alternative medicine but many practitioners are not comfortable giving
advice to breastfeeding moms – so I find myself checking Breastfeeding For Boobs almost daily.
a natural birth and was thrilled when my gorgeous baby girl latched onto my
breast and began suckling. I never
assumed I would have breastfeeding problems.
breastfeed? Isn’t just intuitive for women? Why were my nipples hurting and why was my
baby was not settled?
the thought of breastfeeding my baby and lay in bed crying. Lost and distraught, I called a friend who
begged me to have a visit with her lactation consultant.
At first I was hesitant and a little defensive, certain I already knew everything I needed to know. But when I
entered Sara Chana’s office, she quickly put me at ease and gently took me through the basics of breastfeeding. In about an hour and a half, she guided me on how to breast-feed “pain-free” and answered all the questions that were flowing through my mind.