Hitting the bottle

October 2006
Australian Parents;Oct/Nov2006, p44
The article offers tips on bottle feeding of babies. Breast is best, but occasionally mothers may need to express their milk. When mothers are planning to return to work, they need to learn to express their breast milk and allow a carer to feed it to their babies via a bottle. The needs of their babies will still be just as spontaneous, but they will not have bottled milk on tap like they did with the breast. INSET: 7 things you need to know.


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