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  • "How can I tell if my baby has a good latch?" is one of the most common questions breastfeeding mothers ask. While getting your baby to latch on well isn't an exact science, there are some simple tips that will help you achieve a good latch. In this baby gooroo video with breastfeeding expert Amy Spangler, a group of new mothers share breastfeeding tips that will help you know whether your baby i...

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  • "Is my baby getting enough to eat?" is a question many mothers new to breastfeeding ask themselves. There are a few easy signs for telling if your baby is eating enough: 1) Is your baby pooping regularly 2) Is the poop the right color (yellow, green and black poop are all healthy colors at different stages) 3) Does your baby seem happy and healthy? In this baby gooroo video with breastfeeding e...

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  • "How can I tell if my baby is hungry?" is a question many breastfeeding mothers ask. There are a few telltale signs that tell you your baby is hungry and ready to eat. The early infant hunger cues are when babies put their hands in their mouths, make sucking noises, and root. Crying is a late sign of hunger, but babies cry for lots of reasons, not only when they're hungry. In this baby gooroo vid...

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  • Breastfeeding in public can be uncomfortable at first for many new mothers. However, for most moms and dads, breastfeeding in public isn't a big deal. In this baby gooroo video with breastfeeding expert Amy Spangler, new mothers and fathers talk about breastfeeding in public and share tips for getting comfortable breastfeeding anytime, anyplace. For more information about breastfeeding in public...

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  • There is no need to stop breastfeeding just because your baby has teeth! If biting does occur, it's usually at the end of a feeding when a baby is no longer sucking and swallowing. Fortunately, biting can be easily managed and seldom leads to weaning. In this baby gooroo video with breastfeeding expert Amy Spangler, new moms talk about how to handle biting while breastfeeding and share a few sim...

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  • When is your baby ready for solid foods? There's no single answer for every baby, but around 6 months most babies are ready to start solid foods. However, even when your baby is eating solid foods you should continue to breastfeed since breast milk is a vital part of your baby's diet for at least the first year or two. In this baby gooroo video with breastfeeding expert Amy Spangler, new moms and...

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  • When you first start breastfeeding, it's normal to have some questions and concerns. In this baby gooroo video with breastfeeding expert Amy Spangler, new moms give breastfeeding advice to help get you through the early days and weeks. The advice in this video helps to reassure and remind all parents that breastfeeding is the normal way to feed your baby and has countless benefits for you and you...

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  • Every parent has something they find difficult about breastfeeding, whether it's trouble latching, lifestyle changes, low milk production or any number of other common problems. However, this is completely normal and the overall benefits of breastfeeding make the problems seem small. In this baby gooroo video with breastfeeding expert Amy Spangler, new moms and dads talk about the problems they ...

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  • When you first get started, you will probably have a lot of breastfeeding questions. Luckily, there's no shortage of resources you can tap into for help, ranging from state and federal programs to international board certified lactation consultants (IBCLCs). There are also a wide variety of resources available online to help answer your breastfeeding questions including: La Leche Leauge - http://...

baby gooroo
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  • Deciding which breastfeeding position is best can be difficult since there's no set rules for how to hold your baby. Ultimately, the best breastfeeding position is the position that works best for you and your baby. However, there are a few standard breastfeeding positions you might want to try. 1) Football 2) Cradle 3) Crosscradle 4) Sidelying In this baby gooroo video with breastfeeding expert...

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  • Welcome to the new baby gooroo breastfeeding video series! Moderated by breastfeeding expert and lactation consultant Amy Spangler, these short videos feature real moms and dads candidly discussing the breastfeeding questions parents ask most often: 1) Is it going to hurt? 2) Will my baby latch on? 3) How do I know it's a good latch? 4) What position is best? 5) Is my baby getting enough to eat? ...

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  • Breastfeeding isn't just mom's job. Dads play an important role when it comes to taking care of a new baby. In this baby gooroo video with breastfeeding expert Amy Spangler, dads talk candidly about how they can get involved with breastfeeding.
 For more information about the role dads play in parenting breastfed babies visit http://www.babygooroo.com. Director - Matt Spangler Producer - Yvonn...

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  • Breastfeeding And Dad | How Can Dad Help? | baby gooroo

    Breastfeeding isn't just mom's job. Dads play an important role when it comes to taking care of a new baby. In this baby gooroo video with breastfeeding expert Amy Spangler, dads talk candidly about how they can get involved with breastfeeding.
 For more information about the role dads play in parenting breastfed babies visit http://www.babygooroo.com. Director - Matt Spangler Producer - Yvonn...

  • How To Tell If Your Breastfed Baby Has A Good Latch | baby gooroo

    "How can I tell if my baby has a good latch?" is one of the most common questions breastfeeding mothers ask. While getting your baby to latch on well isn't an exact science, there are some simple tips that will help you achieve a good latch. In this baby gooroo video with breastfeeding expert Amy Spangler, a group of new mothers share breastfeeding tips that will help you know whether your baby i...

  • Is My Baby Getting Enough To Eat? | Healthy Baby Poop Colors | baby gooroo

    "Is my baby getting enough to eat?" is a question many mothers new to breastfeeding ask themselves. There are a few easy signs for telling if your baby is eating enough: 1) Is your baby pooping regularly 2) Is the poop the right color (yellow, green and black poop are all healthy colors at different stages) 3) Does your baby seem happy and healthy? In this baby gooroo video with breastfeeding e...

  • Signs That Your Baby Is Hungry | baby gooroo

    "How can I tell if my baby is hungry?" is a question many breastfeeding mothers ask. There are a few telltale signs that tell you your baby is hungry and ready to eat. The early infant hunger cues are when babies put their hands in their mouths, make sucking noises, and root. Crying is a late sign of hunger, but babies cry for lots of reasons, not only when they're hungry. In this baby gooroo vid...

  • Breastfeeding In Public | baby gooroo

    Breastfeeding in public can be uncomfortable at first for many new mothers. However, for most moms and dads, breastfeeding in public isn't a big deal. In this baby gooroo video with breastfeeding expert Amy Spangler, new mothers and fathers talk about breastfeeding in public and share tips for getting comfortable breastfeeding anytime, anyplace. For more information about breastfeeding in public...

  • Baby Biting During Breastfeeding | What To Do | baby gooroo

    There is no need to stop breastfeeding just because your baby has teeth! If biting does occur, it's usually at the end of a feeding when a baby is no longer sucking and swallowing. Fortunately, biting can be easily managed and seldom leads to weaning. In this baby gooroo video with breastfeeding expert Amy Spangler, new moms talk about how to handle biting while breastfeeding and share a few sim...

  • Babies And Solid Foods | When To Start Feeding Solid Foods | baby gooroo

    When is your baby ready for solid foods? There's no single answer for every baby, but around 6 months most babies are ready to start solid foods. However, even when your baby is eating solid foods you should continue to breastfeed since breast milk is a vital part of your baby's diet for at least the first year or two. In this baby gooroo video with breastfeeding expert Amy Spangler, new moms and...

  • Breastfeeding Advice | Parent To Parent | baby gooroo

    When you first start breastfeeding, it's normal to have some questions and concerns. In this baby gooroo video with breastfeeding expert Amy Spangler, new moms give breastfeeding advice to help get you through the early days and weeks. The advice in this video helps to reassure and remind all parents that breastfeeding is the normal way to feed your baby and has countless benefits for you and you...

  • Breastfeeding Problems and Help | Parent To Parent | baby gooroo

    Every parent has something they find difficult about breastfeeding, whether it's trouble latching, lifestyle changes, low milk production or any number of other common problems. However, this is completely normal and the overall benefits of breastfeeding make the problems seem small. In this baby gooroo video with breastfeeding expert Amy Spangler, new moms and dads talk about the problems they ...

  • Finding Help With Breastfeeding | baby gooroo

    When you first get started, you will probably have a lot of breastfeeding questions. Luckily, there's no shortage of resources you can tap into for help, ranging from state and federal programs to international board certified lactation consultants (IBCLCs). There are also a wide variety of resources available online to help answer your breastfeeding questions including: La Leche Leauge - http://...

  • Best Breastfeeding Positions | What are they? | baby gooroo

    Deciding which breastfeeding position is best can be difficult since there's no set rules for how to hold your baby. Ultimately, the best breastfeeding position is the position that works best for you and your baby. However, there are a few standard breastfeeding positions you might want to try. 1) Football 2) Cradle 3) Crosscradle 4) Sidelying In this baby gooroo video with breastfeeding expert...

  • Breastfeeding Video Series from baby gooroo

    Welcome to the new baby gooroo breastfeeding video series! Moderated by breastfeeding expert and lactation consultant Amy Spangler, these short videos feature real moms and dads candidly discussing the breastfeeding questions parents ask most often: 1) Is it going to hurt? 2) Will my baby latch on? 3) How do I know it's a good latch? 4) What position is best? 5) Is my baby getting enough to eat? ...

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