Preparing to breastfeedWritten by Laura King
So, you've decided to breastfeed - wonderful! We're here to help you get prepared, and to supply you with resources for help if you need it. Breastfeeding is such a natural thing; you would think that mother and baby should just instinctively know how to do it. While there is truth to that statement, there are a number of reasons why breastfeeding might get off to a rough start. Mom might have flat or inverted nipples, be tired and sore from a difficult birth or recovering from a c-section, or be unaware of how to watch for a good latch. Baby might be groggy from medications given during labor or have difficulty learning to latch on properly if (s)he received a pacifier or a bottle in hospital. Your best bet for breastfeeding success is to arm yourself with knowledge beforehand, to have a few necessary supplies on hand, and to be aware of resources that are available for help if you need them.
There are lots of books available on breastfeeding; some provide better information than others. Current research supports feeding one cue (whenever baby is hungry) as best approach, so be wary of any book that encourages you to feed your baby on a predetermined schedule. Some good books to start with are The Womanly Art of Breastfeeding by La Leche League International, The Breastfeeding Book by William and Martha Sears, and The Nursing Mother's Companion by Kathleen Huggins. If you plan to return to work after birth of your baby, Nursing Mother, Working Mother by Gale Pryor would be a valuable addition to your library. Motherwear's Essential Breastfeeding Guide also an excellent resource that can be downloaded and printed for free.
Very little is needed in way of supplies to breastfeed successfully - as a mother you're already possess most important "equipment"! But there are few things that are good to have on hand to make process go more smoothly. The first is 3-4 good nursing bras. Motherwear offers most extensive selection of high-quality and stylish nursing bras available in sizes 32A to 50J. Be sure to choose carefully to ensure a proper fit. In early weeks, you will probably want to use breast pads as well to help with any milk leakage. You may also want to have some Lansinoh Cream or other nipple cream on hand in case you have any problems with soreness. In addition, there are nice breastfeeding support kits available that would make a nice gift for any nursing mother.
How Do Work Boots Protect YouWritten by Diana Claire
It should be an obligation for worker to wear work boots when they are in field or in dangerous zone. Preventing is better than to cure when unexpected happen to those workers.
You too! Donít forget to wear your work boots when you work outside! You have to protect your feet. You donít want to face any trouble while working, right? Your work boots will protect you from mud, water, electricity hazard or other unwanted stuffs which you might step on to.
Donít worry; you are safe working outside because your work boots have been designed for a wide range of conditions. The simple waterproof boots are made in different length of uppers and, in extreme cases, thigh-boots called "waders" by anglers end at waist-level of wearer.
Who are wearing work boots and what boots are they wearing? Well, these boots are made to protect steelworkers if they get caught in pools of molten metal. And this goes also for chemical workers. Meanwhile, workers in Antarctic continent are wearing boots designed for walking in Antarctic continent which are more insulated and inflatable. You might want to find information in MyBootsGuide.com.
Most workers are suggested to wear work boots to protect themselves. A bit different with other boots in general, most work boots are "laceups" made from leather and shod with hobnails and heal -and toe- plates.