Tag Archives: infant nutrition

Goodbye, breastfeeding guilt.

I destroyed the structural integrity of my boobs–what little there was–with an expensive, rented hospital grade breast pump in order to collect 500 ounces of milk that Stella would never drink. It sucked in every way. Worse was the guilt … Continue reading

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Support and community for parents of tube-fed children

Trying to wean your child off of a tube? Bravo! You’ll find comfort, resources, and encouragement in this online support group: Tube Fed Children Deserve to Eat It’s a social network powered by Ning Grouply, with the purpose of “Connecting … Continue reading

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Well nourished

Sometimes I worry (shocking, I know) that Stella and I don’t venture out often enough for grand adventures. You know, to the Woodland Park Zoo or Pike Place Market. But then I turn on the vacuum or open the refrigerator … Continue reading

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Behold: Tube weaning research and guidelines

When is the last time a research paper made you cry? Around the time of Stella’s wean, and since then, I’ve come across information that moved me on many levels. I’d like to pass along these sought-after papers to as … Continue reading

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