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Why Some Babies Never Take a Bottle

May 25, 2017
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Family.de tests the mimijumi bottle.

May 25, 2017


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Mother's Intuition

May 04, 2017

 My sister and I are only 14.5 months apart, and really only 11 months if you consider her corrected age at the time, as she was born 3.5 months premature. Only since becoming a parent do I look at early family photos and realize my mother had two babies at once!

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Motherhood, Finding Balance

April 28, 2017

I can all but guarantee that if you work your way through motherhood doing only what is best for your child, you will risk burning out. One of the hardest parts of the journey is finding balance between what is best for your baby and what is best for you, or at least not harming yourself in the process.

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New Mom, Same Me

April 21, 2017

Your first Mother’s Day is kind of a Big Deal.  Your life has been flipped upside-down and you should celebrate and be celebrated.  As I know, life as a new mom is amazing, but it is also a huge transition. Finding you and your baby's own rhythm can be challenging and sometimes tiresome, but once you become synchronized, every day you will fall in love with being a new mom all over again.

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Feeding Your Baby: What's the Norm?

March 31, 2017

There is a lot of talk about how much you should be feeding your baby. It’s all about The Goldie Locks Complex- not too much, not too little, but just right. But all babies are different, so how much is too much or too little for your baby? Cue the dreaded response: It depends. 

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March 10, 2017


Becoming a mom is an overwhelming life event that has many, many rewards but many moms feel like they lose a piece of their former themselves in the process. You are not alone. Losing oneself in motherhood can be scary.  It can feel like you will never see the old you again.  We have spokent to many mimijumi moms and here are a few tips for staying connected to your former self while embracing your new role as mother.

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Breastfeeding and Transitioning Back to Work

March 01, 2017


Three weeks ago, at 3 months old, my daughter started daycare. Two weeks prior to starting, my husband and I began offering her a bottle and we quickly realized we were in for a struggle. She'd mostly play with the nipple of the bottles, let the milk dribble in her mouth and then she'd spit it out.

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The Surprise Milestone - Bottle Refusal

February 09, 2017


Up until now, your 2-month old was feeding perfectly on both breast and bottle. But all of a sudden he/she has completely lost interest in the bottle and will even scream if it’s brought too close. You’re starting to panic and wonder if your baby will ever be able to drink from a bottle again! Sound familiar? If so, there is a likely chance your newborn is going through a very normal and expected behavioral reflex change called the “two-month mark”. Understanding the developmental reasons behind this seemingly spontaneous behavior will reassure moms like you that you aren’t alone and bottle-feeding can still be successful.

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Donating to Baby2Baby

January 13, 2017


Imagine you’re a new mom who can’t afford to miss even one shift at work.  

Imagine you’re a mom who must choose between buying food or clean diapers for your child.  

When you leave for work, you need a bottle you know your baby will accept. If you are breastfeeding, you need a bottle that will allow your baby to go back and forth from breast to bottle to breast.

For you, baby refusing the bottle or going on hunger strike are not just stressful anecdotes, they are full-blown crises.

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