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Bottle-Feeding Basics (Sponsored)

When it comes to bottle-feeding, it's all about the nipple. Starting your baby on a bottle can be baffling. Luckily, here are a few tips that will help your newborn begin feeding like a pro. Warm the formula/breastmilk - never microwave! Microwaves kill nutrients in the formula or breastmilk. Introduce
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Formula Feeding 101- Most Common Questions

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By Maria T. PepinOne of the first decisions you will make for your newborn baby is whether to breastfeed or formula feed. Experts agree that breast milk is the ideal form of nutrition for the first six months of life. However, it is every couple’s choice to decide what is best for them. Sometimes a
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Nipple Confusion

It's not until you become a parent that you really understand how frustrating nipple confusion can be. Your new baby won't stop crying, and nothing seems to help. You know she's not sick and you've checked everything else. She won't nurse or take a pacifier or a bottle and is getting more frantic by
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Nipple Confusion

It's not until you become a parent that you really understand how frustrating nipple confusion can be. Your new baby won't stop crying, and nothing seems to help. You know she's not sick and you've checked everything else. She won't nurse or take a pacifier or a bottle and is getting more frantic by
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