The Baby Care - Recent Questions, Troubleshooting & Support
Can i bring food and baby bottles with me on the plane
I recently flew with my daughter and 13 month old grandson. At at least one of the airports (maybe both, can't remember) they were directed to a separate "family" security line - which was faster than the regular line. Milk, juice, formula, baby food, etc. is allowed in quantities greater than the 3 oz limit for other liquids. Also, they allow ice packs for keeping these products cold. Be sure to take plenty. They generally don't have milk available on the airplanes, we wished we had brought more. Also, take plenty of bottles/cups with you because there is no convenient way to wash them while traveling. I also suggest some empty plastic bags, for discarding dirty diapers or enclosing used bottles/cups that may have some liquid left in them. Good luck with your travels and you can also see this link for excellent information from TSA about traveling with children https://www.tsa.gov/travel/special-procedures/traveling-children
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on Aug 11, 2017
Can anyone recommend a comfortable nursing bra?
I suggest wearing a fly bra because it is an invisible bra, perfect for you if you want an enviable shape and look for your bust.
I also wear a fly bra
. It will comfort in all dresses. Fly Bra will enhance your natural beauty making you more attractive and beautiful. For buy, this bra goes to the theflybra site or click the above link.
on Nov 29, 2017
Is it dangerous to wear the wrong size of nursing bras?
Usually a woman's breasts engorge very quickly after giving birth and take a few weeks to gain a stable size, usually one size bigger than what she had before giving birth.
Because of the quick and unpredictable extent of ****** growth some women end up wearing the wrong bra size, and while wearing a bigger size may just turn out to be uncomfortable, wearing a smaller bra size while breastfeeding may reduce their milk supply and cause a painful infections called mastitis.
on Oct 26, 2017
How do they work
The basic loop is simple:
Get to sleep
Then you need to work in a "change clothes" subroutine, which runs once/day, or when the outfit is filthy.
But while that loop is running, you need to frequently:
Maintain eye contact
Talk (content not important; babies hear high pitches better)
Play (Peek-a-boo works with a wide range of ages, but basically any repetitive action delivered with a smile will amuse a baby)
And snuggling. Lots and lots of snuggling.
on Oct 22, 2017
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