How to manage with work and yournew born baby feeding?

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How to manage with work and yournew born baby feeding?

Postby adrianozumbo » Tue Jul 19, 2016 9:29 pm

Hello guys i am single woman , but I am a hard worker and never give up easily . I am working in It COMPANY and blessed with new born baby . Is there any process so that i can mange both work and baby?
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Re: How to manage with work and yournew born baby feeding?

Postby Esther » Tue Jul 19, 2016 10:13 pm

Hello,

Welcome to the forum and congrats on your new baby.

It sounds like you have some questions about how to juggle feeding a newborn and working. May I suggest contacting the ABA helpline for a chat? One of the trained counsellors there can go through what's happening for you and help you work out a plan. The phone number is at the top right hand corner of every forum screen. The helpline is open 24/7.

Good luck!
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Re: How to manage with work and yournew born baby feeding?

Postby adrianozumbo » Thu Jul 21, 2016 10:14 pm

Thank you so much . Actually i am searching for this . I got so many tips from many sites . But i am just looking for how i connect with my new born baby while working?
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Re: How to manage with work and yournew born baby feeding?

Postby Nedsmum » Sun Jul 24, 2016 5:43 pm

Are you in Australia ? In Australia the mother is protected for the first 6 weeks by law, and with maternity leave up to 12 months. You should not be required to work for at least the 'newborn' period... Are you with your baby or is someone else looking after the baby for you ? If you are struggling you should be able to access sick leave or parental leave, talk to your doctor.
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