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  • Teething and Biting

    Many mothers wonder if they will have to stop breastfeeding once their baby's teeth come in. There is no need to stop breastfeeding. Read tips on how to manage teething and biting.

  • Starting Solids

    Your baby only needs breastmilk for the first six months. Keep breastfeeding, but also begin offering iron rich, nutritious solid foods. For information about starting solid foods, click here.

  • Breastfeeding a Toddler

    Health experts recommend that you breastfeed for two years or longer. Breastfeeding your toddler has many wonderful benefits for both you and your child. Learn more about breastfeeding a toddler here.

  • Returning to work

    In BC, employers must make reasonable efforts to allow you to breastfeed or express milk at work. There are steps you can take to get ready to return to work and successfully breastfeed after you are back at work. Learn more about breastfeeding and returning to work.

  • Baby-led Weaning

    As your toddler grows, she or he will learn to eat solid foods more and more independently. When ready, your toddler will wean from breastfeeding. It occurs naturally at their own pace. Learn more here.