breast feeding or raise on milk

@dandan07 (1908)
China
September 11, 2011 5:16am CST
It is a hard choice now. One of my senior has a baby four months ago, now she has to go back work. That makes her impossible to feed her baby by breast. some one has suggested to keep her milk in the bottle and feed the baby when it needs. But the baby does not want to accept the nipple. If weaning the breast feeding and turning to the milk powder, the cost of life and baby's health may become a problem. How to solve that problem?
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@emjay86 (640)
• Philippines
12 Sep 11
Raise the kid on milk from mommy. Guarantee of health is high and sickliness is rare. The baby has to accept the nipple one way or another. IT's getting hungry. The only means to get fed is thru the nipple. Go for feeding.
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@dandan07 (1908)
• China
13 Sep 11
The environment of the mother's work place is not good, so it is impossible to take baby to the work place and feed it when it needs. So the only way is feed through the nipple, but the baby does not like that way, and refused to cooperate. As the baby si only four month old, it is impossible for adults to communicate with it by language. How to make it?
@youless (90906)
• Guangzhou, China
12 Sep 11
This is a very difficult situation. Since your senior has to work and it is really not possible to feed her baby when she is working. And one choice is to keep the milk into the bottle and feed the baby whenever in need. I know the baby doesn't want to accept the nipple at first, but when the baby is very hungry, it may change. The mother's milk is always better than the milk powder. I love China
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@huilichan8 (1379)
• Singapore
12 Sep 11
Your senior could keep her milk in a bottle and put it in a fridge. Then when it's time for her baby to have milk, just ask the nanny or whoever is looking after her to feed her. It is atill the best, because it contains all the nutrients that a baby needs. Furthermore, it helps to boost a baby's immunity. In addition, it is cost-free. So, your senior need not worry about having to incur additional expenses or worry about her baby's health.
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