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  1. Articles & Information Feeding Feed refusers – strategies and options

    Reflux Infants Support Association

    Managing a feed refuser can be a tough assignment and quite exhausting work.

  2. Feeding

    Miracle Babies Foundation

    Before your baby was born, you may have spent time imagining their birth and how you would care for them. You may have even spent time thinking about how you planned to feed after their arrival. When your baby is born premature or sick and admitted to a NICU or SCN, you may find yourself needing to adjust your dreams and expectations.

  3. Caregiver's guide to the breastfed baby

    Australian Breastfeeding Association (ABA)

    This article gives helpful information for the caregiver of a breastfed baby. It will help you confidently manage expressed breastmilk feeds and has guides for the storage and handling of breastmilk.

  4. Feeding your baby

    Mental Health Association NSW

    One of the most stressful things for a new mum after the birth is learning how to feed your baby.

  5. Feeding babies and toddlers - finger foods

    Women's and Children's Health Network

    As babies start to have new foods, from the age of 6 months, they quite quickly want to start holding pieces of food themselves.

  6. Breastfeeding premature babies in the NICU

    Raising Children Network

    This guide has all you need to know about breastfeeding, expressing and supplementing breastmilk, and formula-feeding for premature babies in the NICU.

  7. Breastfeeding a sleepy or unsettled baby

    Queensland Health

    This factsheet provides information for breastfeeding mothers about the common concern of trying to feed a sleepy or unsettled baby.

  8. Feeding your baby

    Women's and Children's Health Network

    Babies need the right foods to grow, to learn to eat and to help them learn to talk. Breastmilk is the best food for babies.

  9. Baby feeding - myDr.com.au

    myDr

    Breastfeeding is best for baby feeding. Breast milk is easily digested, economical, safe and the right temperature. Find out what products are available for baby feeding.

  10. Bottle feeding - drinks for babies

    Women's and Children's Health Network

    When can I stop using formula and change to cow's milk as my baby's main milk drink? Use formula as your baby's main drink until 12 months of age. After this age, you may offer full cream cow's milk from a cup.

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