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Fathers and Breastfeeding

How To Combine Attachment Parenting With A Marriage (or partnership)!

2018-10-07T13:04:14+10:00February 14th, 2014|Attachment Parenting, Fathers and Breastfeeding|

This is a excerpt from my book, "Boobin' All Day...Boobin' All Night. A Gentle Approach To Sleep For Breastfeeding Families"... We have all heard the nay-sayers and negative nellie's in regards to attachment parenting and how to combine it successfully with a marriage or partnership.  "But when do you actually have sex?!...You can't possibly find [...]


Why Dads Don’t Need Bottles To Bond With Their Babies…

2020-09-17T13:03:08+10:00December 11th, 2013|Attachment Parenting, Fathers and Breastfeeding|

One of the most common phrases I hear from new mums and dads is, "I have expressed some breastmilk so my husband can feed the baby sometimes.  So he can bond with the baby." Who came up with this?! Where did this idea come from that the only way to bond with your baby [...]


From Skeptic To Supporter. My Husband’s Journey…

2017-07-24T09:36:30+10:00November 13th, 2013|Attachment Parenting, Breastfeeding Toddlers, Fathers and Breastfeeding, My Husband's Perspective|

Mick with baby #2 My husband Mick and I had our first baby when we were both nearing the end of our studies at University.  I was pregnant at 21.  I had gone over to Australia to study abroad, met Mick, got engaged a year later and then one month after our engagement [...]


Breastfeeding From My Husband’s Perspective…"Man Talk"

2018-10-07T12:49:12+10:00January 14th, 2013|Fathers and Breastfeeding, My Husband's Perspective|

A partner's support during a woman's breastfeeding adventures can be just the thing she needs to get her through, without turning to formula. There has actually been research done which shows the importance of a partner's support, especially if the woman is having difficulties. It is also important for when the breastfeeding relationship continues into [...]



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