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Infant Behaviour, Parenting methods and Infant Reflux

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lucky 2

Hi everyone :),

 

Parenting practices vary, advice can be confusing.

This thread is for members looking for parenting information within and outside of the mainstream.

 

Please note that EB is unable to verify any claims in reference to any link or resource that may be posted.

 

Thank you for reading. :)

 

Infant Reflux Support-

RISA (Reflux Infant Support Association)

http://www.reflux.org.au

 

Understanding Infant Behaviour

http://www.rch.org.a...settled_babies/

"A new way to understand your baby's crying"

http://www.purplecrying.info/

 

Australian Association for Infant Mental Health Inc:

https://www.aaimhi.org/

 

SIDS and Kids

http://www.sidsandki.../safe-sleeping/

 

Alternative Reading - Books

"Helping Your Baby to Sleep: Why gentle techniques work best" by Anni Gethin and Beth MacGregor

"Why Love matter: how affection shapes a baby's brain" by Sue Gerhardt

"Sleeping Like A Baby"

"100 Ways to Calm the Crying"and other books by Pinky Mckay

"Nighttime Parenting: How to Get Your Baby and Child to Sleep"and other books by Dr William Sears

"The No-Cry Sleep Solution for Babies"

"The No-Cry Sleep Solution for Toddlers"and other books by Elizabeth Pantley

"Heart to Heart Parenting" by Robin Grille

 

Please feel free to add resources and links that you have found helpful in parenting your new baby. :)

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Emily33-

Just updating to include these links at McKenna's new website:

 

"Safe Cosleeping Guidelines

Guidelines to Sleeping Safe with Infants:

 

Maximizing the chances of Safe Infant Sleep in the Solitary and Cosleeping (Specifically, Bed-sharing) Contexts, by James J. McKenna, Ph.D. Professor of Biological Anthropology, Director, Mother-Baby Sleep Laboratory, University of Notre Dame."

http://cosleeping.nd.edu/safe-co-sleeping-guidelines/

 

 

"Extensive video interview on cosleeping, bedsharing, and breastfeeding in relationship to SIDS/SUDI controversies."

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Emily33-

I also wanted to highlight this link from James McKenna's website (further to my PP). The answers are helpful and detailed for anyone wanting to nut out similar questions.

 

Frequently Asked Questions on Infant Sleep, SIDS Risks, Cosleeping, and Breastfeeding

http://cosleeping.nd.edu/frequently-asked-questions/

 

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Emily33-

I've just heard about this website:

 

Infant Sleep Information Source

http://www.isisonline.org.uk/

 

 

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r/o cut and paste information from website

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Emily33-

Given the recent controversy, caused by Kochie's comment, here are some articles which I hope encourages others to keep on breastfeeding their infants where and when they need.

 

Feeding frenzy: Public breastfeeding is good for us all

http://theconversation.edu.au/feeding-fren...or-us-all-11707

by Yvette Miller, senior lecturer in public health

 

Breastfeeding in public - Your legal rights

Australian Breastfeeding Association

https://www.breastfeeding.asn.au/bf-info/br...-law/legalright

 

 

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