Pumping The things you should know to help you make your decision. One of the biggest is deciding how to feed your baby. This guide is for moms who have decided they want to feed their baby breast milk. There are two ways to do that — breastfeed directly or pump and serve.
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This is a burning question on the minds of many mothers these days. There are pros and cons to both breastfeeding and bottle-feeding, and you might not be completely aware of them all. I hope that this guide will help you come to a well-informed decision on this important subject. You can also use a breast pump to pump and store your breast milk in baby bottles for feeding at a later time.
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Are There Differences Between Breastfeeding Directly and Bottle-feeding Expressed Milk?
URL of this page: One is to choose whether to breastfeed your baby or bottle feed using infant formula. Health experts agree that breastfeeding is the healthiest option for both mom and baby. They recommend that babies feed only on breast milk for the first 6 months, and then continue to have breast milk as a main part of their diet until they are at least 1to 2 years old. There are very few health problems that make breastfeeding not possible.
Both have pros and cons. Over the years, the issue has been controversial, often leading to moms feeling judged for choosing bottle-fed formula over breast milk. According to AAP, babies should be fed exclusively by breast-feeding for the first 6 months of life, and breast-fed in combination with solid foods until age 1.