6 months plus:
Continuing your breastfeeding journey
Breast milk still has an important role in your baby’s life after he reaches six months
and you start introducing solids, no matter what other people may say.
Breast milk still has an important role in your baby’s life after he reaches six months and you start introducing solids, no matter what other people may say. Find out how breast milk is still a key part of his diet and the health benefits that will protect you both throughout your lives, along with tips on pumping to help you continue breastfeeding for as long as you both like.
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Nipple shapes and sizes can vary a lot from woman to woman. Read our practical tips to help make breastfeeding a little easier – whatever type of nipples you have
When can you start feeding your baby expressed breast milk? What’s the best way to do it? And should you be concerned about ‘nipple confusion’? We answer your questions about expressed milk feeding
If you’re breastfeeding and have to travel without your baby, you’ll need to pump to keep up your supply. Here’s how to express on the move and transport your expressed milk safely
When your baby starts solids, you may think he no longer needs breast milk. However, breastfeeding after six months has numerous benefits for you both