It is common these days as many celebrity mom’s around the world want to normalise the idea of not breastfeeding their babies. This article seeks give the names of few these celebrities that have come to the spotlight so far and other facts. Below are a list of them;
- Bethenny Frankel
- Beyoncé Knowles
- Giuliana Rancic
- Christina Applegate
- Brooke Shields
- Molly Sims
- Rachel Zoe
- Jennifer Lopez
- Coco Rocha
- Tamera Mowry
- Kristin Cavallari
Was breastfeeding popular in the 60s?
According reports published by “La Leche League”, the rate breastfeeding declined heavily in the 1950s and 1960s. In the year 1956, the rate of breastfeeding was only 20%. The rate stayed low during the 1960s and didn’t resurge until the 1970s.
What did Bette Midler tweet about formula?
When the MSNBC host, Stephanie Ruhle tweeted about the formula shortage and her dissatisfaction about the number of the American companies that produce the formulas, Bette Midler, an American actress, comedian, singer, and author, commented on Ruhle’s tweet that “TRY BREASTFEEDING! It’s free and available on demand.”
What is behind the baby formula shortage?
The formula shortage was primarily due to unsanitary conditions and contaminated products used by Abbott Nutrition facility in Michigan which led the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to temporarily shut down the facility.
What is wet baby nursing?
Wet baby nursing is the process by which a woman breastfeeds and cares for another’s child. The wet nurses are employed if the biological mother dies or if she is unable to or chooses not to nurse the child herself.
What should I feed my baby if no formula or breastmilk?
If a baby mother has ran out of formula and has no breastmilk at at time, she can give an oral rehydration solution (such as Pedialyte, Enfalyte, or a store brand) for some days. If the child is older than 4 to 6 months, the mother can also feed such children with puréed (finely ground) foods.