Roadmap to Breastfeeding Success: Teaching child development to extend breastfeeding duration.

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Description: 

Misunderstanding a baby’s normal behavior cause many women to add formula, prematurely begin solids or abandon breastfeeding. Commonly misunderstood behavior include: newborn avoiding mother’s gaze, increased crying at 2 weeks, “restless” sleep at one month, distractibility at 4 months, fretful teething at 6 months, frequent awakenings at 9 months when stranger anxiety sets in or when baby begins to walk.

This online course: helps you understand WHY and WHEN babies have predictable changes in their behavior (often misinterpreted as a breastfeeding problem), provides strategies and resources to problem-solve around these changes & utilizes multicultural videos, memorable graphics and instructive case studies.

AVAILABLE IN ENGLISH AND SPANISH (See Spanish info here: http://hugyourbaby.org/este-curso-online-de-hug-your-baby-finish/ )

Type: 
Online study module
Contact Info
Contact: 
Jan Tedder
Telephone: 
1 919-923-6609
CERPS
L-CERPS: 
2
Affiliation
Institutional Affiliation: 
HUG Your Baby
Cost: 
$ 42

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