In breastfeeding support and advocacy pictures are one of my favourite tools. The more we see the better we learn. I need your breastfeeding photos to help me. A picture says it all. If you have a beautiful snapshot of you breastfeeding your baby, or you have tried out unconventional breastfeeding positions, or you used any breastfeeding … Continue reading Show your breastfeeding photos
This Christmas I am giving away 2 manual breastpumps. The give away contest works as follows: Look through this website: http://www.katinkabreastfeeding.com Share with us which section of the website you like best and why. You can comment right here or on facebook @katinkabreastfeeding Tag a friend and share the facebook post for additional chances to … Continue reading Giving away 2 breastpumps this Christmas!
Gift Voucher Give peace of mind to your friend or loved one. A gift voucher is a great way to support breastfeeding and ensure your loved one gets the best start in their breastfeeding relationship.
Pumpshop What do I need for breastfeeding a baby? I’d say one baby and one mother should do the trick. But often enough there are situations when a mother and her baby may be separated, be it through work commitments or when one of the two is not feeling well. Then having a breastpump … Continue reading Pumpshop – caring for your breastfed baby in special circumstances
Local Services for Local Families The local-resources directory contains more than 75 service providers in and around Harare who are providing all types of services for pregnant families and families with young children. This list is based on my contacts, internet research as well as information from families I work with. It does not … Continue reading Local Resources Directory
Lactation Consultant Services Breastfeeding a baby is glorious, with mothers dressed in white dresses and babies who are always smiling and content. Breastfeeding is the most natural thing in the world and surely must not be difficult. But then why do I show you this photo of myself with my newborn a few years … Continue reading Getting breastfeeding guidance