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Why hire a breastfeeding writer?

Breastfeeding is a vital process in the growth and development of a newborn. Additionally, it is a natural process that regulates the bodily functions of a new mother, which strengthens health and the bond between mother and child. A breastfeeding writer should be fully aware of the scientific processes involved in the breastfeeding cycle. The expert should be able to make abstract terms and processes accessible to mothers from all walks of life to offer practical assistance.

The ideal individual should possess some level of experience as breastfeeding mothers, medical doctors, or cross-nursing experts. Writers should be well-acquainted in the most sanitary approach to breastfeeding, the safest methods of handling the baby, as well as recognizing the needs and distress of a breastfed child.

Additionally, writers should recognize the common problems associated with breastfeeding and the most effective means of solving them. Content should be typically written in a friendly and concise manner as quick read remedies for mothers who might be desperate for support.

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Joseph F

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A graduate of Mercer University School of Pharmacy I had an exciting career in Pharmacy where I helped many people and learned about people and our world. I have traveled to seven countries. I homeschooled my three daughters, and through this process, I found one thing that I am really passionate about-- writing. Writing started as a hobby that grew into blogs about religious life, and history. I tutor children and I write children's material for our church. Telling a story is what I do best!

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Jennifer C

Usk, Washington, United States • Last online 6 minutes

Jennifer (J Lynn) Cameron is a full-time freelance writer and editor enjoying life in the Pacific Northwest. She's written online and hardcopy content since 2010 and enjoys helping brands find their voice. She's written for various niches, but her specialties are sales, marketing, accounting, and finance. When she's not capturing a brand's voice (or dreaming about Machu Picchu), she enjoys design and reading. And coffee.

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Venus L

Rochester, New York, United States • Last online 28 minutes

A multifaceted freelance writer with 9+ years of varied experience. Skilled in the areas of article generation, biography writing, resume writing, listicles, jingle/ songwriting, press release generation, blogs, web copy, social media management, and much more. Loves to write on an array of topics including business, politics, entertainment, relationships, interpersonal communication, philosophy, psychology, women's issues, and many others.

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Joanne T

Los Angeles, California, United States • Last online about 2 hours

A writer of diverse interests, Joanne Thomas has penned pieces about road trips for Hyundai, children's craft projects for Disney and wine cocktails for Robert Mondavi. She has lived on three continents and currently resides in the western United States. Thomas holds a BSc in politics from the University of Bristol, England.

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Chicago, Illinois, United States • Last online about 1 hour

Sasha is a professional writer and content strategist in Chicago. She helps businesses ranging in size from solopreneurs to global enterprises with projects in innovation, new ventures and startup culture.

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How to Teach Your Child to Play Independently

As a devoted parent, it is only natural to want to spend time with your child. Spending time with interacting with your child is how you build a bond. Building a bond and fostering dependence are two separate things, however. If you encourage your child to be dependent on you to meet their physical needs and entertain you, you will never get anything done. Parenting is the slow procession of working yourself out of a job. Teaching your child to play independently is part of building the confidence he needs to begin meeting his own needs. It will also give...

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4 Single-Parent Problems

Parenting has never been touted as the easiest job on the planet, but single parents face unique obstacles that make the day-to-day of raising children even more difficult. Sure there's less money to go around, and you'd give your right eye for someone else to handle the tantrums just once, but here are four single-parent problems you may not have thought of yet. 1. "Quick" Trips to the Grocery Store When you're a single parent, there's no running into the store for just one or two things. At the very least, you have to bring everyone in with you (lest...

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Parenting: The Hardest Thing You've Ever Done

What's the hardest thing you've ever done as a parent? It's not an easy question, is it? Your mind races back through so many snapshots; a fast-flipping Rolodex of moments and memories. I remember my first (but far from only) hard parenting moment as if it was yesterday, and not already 13 years behind me. We'd just brought home our firstborn, a nearly ten-pound boy who emotionally enlarged my heart and physically exhausted my spirit. The staff at the hospital had intently focused on nursing and diapering to, I'd discover, the detriment of other little, important parenting things. Such as...

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